tempus fugit is a Latin phrase frequently met with in English.
The oldest of them consists of drawing a line through the tempus sign .
The author of the famous saying tempus fugit (you understand Latin, of course) was, I take leave to think, an idle man.
The first starts with an allusion to the Horatian tempus edax rerum.
The covetous man reasons with himselfe in his bed: where wee should bonum omissum, malum commissum, tempus amissum, deflere.
tempus may fugit, but Miss Eliza's disposition stands perfectly still.
tempus edax rerum, Time has an appetite as good as that of a boy at his first club dinner.
Satis edisti, satis bipisti, satis lusisti, tempus est tibi abire—what am I raving about?
At vero hoc audiens Colcius tempus et horam in tabula describens.
We have here the common travelling dress in use at the commencement of the 12th century, tempus Henry I. and Stephen.