Wise Sayings: Letter F

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    Wise Sayings


    Fine words butter no parsnips.
    Author: John Clarke
    Fine words do not produce food.

    Source: Nigerian
    Fine words without deeds go not far.

    Source: Danish
    Fingers were made before forks.

    Source: Danish
    Fir and water are good servants, but bad masters.

    Source: German
    Fire and faggot are but sad reformers.

    Source: German
    Fire and gunpowder do not sleep together.

    Source: Ghanaian
    Fire and love do not say "Go to your work."

    Source: Spanish
    Fire and straw soon make a flame.

    Source: Danish
    Fire and water are good servants but bad masters.

    Source: Danish
    Fire drives the wasp out of its nest.

    Source: Italian
    Fire in the heart sends smoke into the head.

    Source: German
    Fire in the heart sends smoke into the head.
    Source: German Proverb
    Fire is a good servant but a poor master.

    Category: Philosophical Source: Darkovan
    Fire is next akin to smoke.

    Source: Latin
    Fire is not quenched with fire.

    Source: Italian
    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
    Firelight will not let you read fine stories but it's warm and you won't see the dust on the floor.

    Source: Irish
    First a turnip, then a sheep; next a cow, and then the gallows.

    Source: Dutch
    First catch your hare, then cook it.

    Source: Dutch
    First catch your hare.

    Source: Dutch
    First cobwebs, then chains.

    Source: Spanish
    First come to the mill, first grind.

    Source: Spanish
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