Wise Sayings: Letter F


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    Fair, good, rich, and wise, is a woman four stories high.

    Source: French
    Faith in a lord, a cap for the fool.

    Source: Italian
    Faith is confirmed by the heart, confessed by the tongue, and acted upon by the body.

    Source: Suyin
    Faith is the ability to not panic.
    Author: Unknown
    Falcons don't fly after cage-birds.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Darkovan
    Fall seven times, stand up eight.

    Source: Japanese
    Fall sick, and you will see who is your friend and who not.

    Source: Spanish
    Falling hurts least those who fly low.

    Source: Chinese
    Falling is easier than rising.

    Source: Irish
    Falling is easier than rising.
    Category: Fame Source: Irish
    False ambition serves the neck.
    Category: Philosophical Source: Egyptian
    False friends leave you in times of trouble.
    Category: Friendship Author: Aesop
    False in one respect, never trustworthy.

    Source: Latin
    Falsehood is the Devil's daughter, and speaks her father's tongue.

    Source: Danish
    Falsehood never tires of going round about.

    Source: Danish
    Falsehood travels and grows.

    Source: Danish
    Falsehood, like a nettle, stings those who meddle with it.

    Source: Danish
    Falseness often lurks beneath fair hair.

    Source: Danish
    Fame and repute follow a man to the door.

    Source: Danish
    Fame is a magnifying glass.

    Source: English Proverb
    Familiarity breeds contempt.

    Source: English Proverb
    Familiarity breeds contempt.
    Author: Aesop
    Fancy passes beauty.

    Source: English Proverb
    Fancy requires much, necessity but little.

    Source: German
    Fancy surpasses beauty.

    Source: Spanish
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