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    Wise Sayings


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    A fool's head never whitens.

    Source: French
    A fool's heart dances on his lips.

    Source: French
    A fool's speech is a bubble of air.

    Source: French
    A fool's tongue is long enough to cut his own throat.

    Source: French
    A fool's voice is known by a multitude of words.

    Source: French
    A foolish judge passes brief sentence.
    Source: French
    A foolish woman is known by her finery.

    Source: French
    A full belly sets a man jigging.

    Source: French
    A galled horse does not care to be curried.

    Source: French
    A galled horse will not endure the comb.

    Source: French
    A gaunt brute bites sore.

    Source: French
    A gentlemen of Beauce who stays in bed till his breeches are mended.

    Source: French
    A giant among the pigmies.

    Source: French
    A gilt bridle for an old mule.

    Source: French
    A girl unemployed is thinking of mischief.

    Source: French
    A glaring sunny morning, a woman that talks Latin, and a child reared on wine, never come to a good end.

    Source: French
    A good advice is as good as an eye in the hand.

    Source: French
    A good beast heats with eating.

    Source: French
    A good bone does not always come to a good dog.

    Source: French
    A good cause needs help.

    Source: French
    A good dog hunts by instinct.

    Source: French
    A good dog never barks at fault.

    Source: French
    A good dog never gets a good bone.

    Source: French
    A good driver turns in a small space.

    Source: French
    A good fox does not eat his neighbour's fowls.

    Source: French
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