Wise Sayings: Letter F

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    Wise Sayings


    Fear an ignorant man more than a lion.

    Source: Kurdish
    Fear has big eyes.

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

    Source: Latin
    Fear is a fine spur; so is rage.

    Source: Irish
    Fear is a great inventor.

    Source: French
    Fear is no obstacle to death.

    Source: West African
    Fear less, hope more, eat less, chew more, whine less, breathe more, talk less, say more, hate less, love more, and all good things will be yours.

    Source: Swedish
    Fear makes the wolf bigger than he is.
    Source: German Proverb
    Fear may force a man to cast beyond the moon.

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

    Source: Latin
    Fear not the man who fears God.
    Category: God Source: Arabian Proverb
    Fear the goat from the front, the horse from the rear, and man from all sides.

    Source: Russian
    Fear the Greeks bearing gifts.

    Source: Russian
    Fear the person who fears you.
    Category: Courage and fear Source: Middle Eastern
    Fear to let fall a drop and you will spill a lot.

    Source: Malaysian
    Feasting is the physician's harvest.

    Source: Malaysian
    Feather by feather the goose can be plucked.

    Source: French
    Feather by feather the goose is plucked.

    Source: Italian
    February fill dyke, be it black or be it white.

    Source: Italian
    Feed a cold and starve a fever.
    Author: C Morley
    Feed a cold, starve a fever.
    Source: American Proverb
    Feed sparingly and defy the physician.
    Source: American Proverb
    Feet accustomed to go cannot be still.

    Source: Portuguese
    Feet that are used to move cannot remain quiet.

    Source: Spanish
    Feign death and the bull will leave you.

    Source: Portuguese
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