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    Experience purchased by suffering teaches wisdom.

    Source: Latin
    Experience without learning is better than learning without experience.

    Source: Latin
    Explaining what is obscure by what is still more obscure. [Making confusion worse confounded.]

    Source: Latin
    Fain would the cat fish eat, But she is loth to wet her feet.

    Source: Latin
    False in one respect, never trustworthy.

    Source: Latin
    Far from Jupiter, far from his thunder.

    Source: Latin
    Fashion is more powerful than any tyrant.

    Source: Latin
    Favours should never be forced upon others against their will.

    Source: Latin
    Fear increasing age, for it does not come without companions.

    Source: Latin
    Fear not a jest. If one throws salt at you, you will not be harmed unless you have sore places.

    Source: Latin
    Feigned love is worse than hatred.

    Source: Latin
    Fetters of gold are still fetters, and silken cords pinch.

    Source: Latin
    Fight with silver spears, and you will overcome everything.

    Source: Latin
    Figs he calls figs, a spade a spade. [Said of a man who speaks with sincerity and means what he says.]

    Source: Latin
    Fill your garners, harvest lasts not for ever.

    Source: Latin
    Find a cruel man and you see a coward.

    Source: Latin
    Find words butter no parsnips.

    Source: Latin
    Find you without an excuse, and find a hare without a meuse.

    Source: Latin
    Finders keepers losers weepers.

    Source: Latin
    Findings keepings.

    Source: Latin
    Fire will not put out fire. Anger is not appeased by anger.

    Source: Latin
    Fire, the sea, and woman; these are three ills.

    Source: Latin
    Fire, water, and government know nothing of mercy.

    Source: Latin
    Flies, dogs. and mimics are the first to rush to the dish.

    Source: Latin
    Flight towards preferment will be but slow without some golden feathers.

    Source: Latin
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