The one silver lining for Democrats is that defections were lower than expected.
The silver lining to the Daschle mess is that maybe Democrats will now embrace tax simplification as change they can believe in.
If there was a silver lining, I think the non-decision revealed that people do deeply care about literary fiction.
Had Carter governed more successfully, the Goldwater disaster would have been just a disaster, with no silver lining.
Thanks to the Delaware outcome, he may be deprived of that opportunity, which is enough of a silver lining for me.
If a dark cloud at present hangs over the Bombay Army, here at least is the "silver lining" amid the general gloom.
Was there a silver lining to the cloud that was floating around him?
Was I deceived, or did a sable cloud Turn forth her silver lining on the night?
The cloud had no silver lining, but I trust that it will be all silver in heaven.
I have never been one to take the more melancholy point of view when there's a silver lining to the cloud.
a "bright side" which proverbially accompanies even the darkest trouble; by 1843, apparently from oft-quoted lines from Milton's "Comus," where the silver lining is the light of the moon shining from behind the cloud.
Was I deceived? or did a sable cloudTo which Thomas Warton added the commentary: "When all succour ſeems to be lost, Heaven unexpectedly presents the ſilver lining oſ a ſable cloud to the virtuous."
Turn forth her silver lining on the night?
I did not err, there does a sable cloud,
Turn out her silver lining on the night
And casts a gleam over this tufted grove.