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    Wise Sayings


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    Fie upon a cloak in fair weather!

    Source: French
    Fine and fine make but a slender doublet.

    Source: French
    Fine birds are commonly plucked.

    Source: French
    Fine dressing is a foul house, swept before the windows.

    Source: French
    Fine feathers make find birds.

    Source: French
    Flies are easier caught with honey than with vinegar.

    Source: French
    Flies will not light on a boiling pot.

    Source: French
    Follow the river and you will reach the sea.

    Source: French
    Fools go in throngs.

    Source: French
    For a stubborn ass a hard goad.

    Source: French
    For one pleasure a thousand pains.

    Source: French
    For overbuying there's no help but selling again.

    Source: French
    For sake of the knight the lady kisses the squire.

    Source: French
    For the last-comer the bones.

    Source: French
    For wolf's flesh dog sauce.

    Source: French
    Fortune can take from us only what she has given us.

    Source: French
    Fortune is a woman; if you neglect her to-day, expect not to regain her to-morrow.

    Source: French
    Foul linen should be washed at home.

    Source: French
    Fouls invent fashions and wise men follow them.

    Source: French
    Foxes come at last to the furrier's.

    Source: French
    Frae saving comes having.

    Source: French
    From bishop to turn miller.

    Source: French
    From confessors, doctors, and lawyers, do not conceal the truth of your case.

    Source: French
    From short pleasure long repentance.

    Source: French
    From to-morrow till to-morrow time goes a long journey.

    Source: French
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