A fresh mind keeps the body fresh. Take in the ideas of the day, drain off those of yesterday. Bulwer-Lytton
A fresher Gale Begins to wave the wood, and stir the stream, Sweeping with shadowy gust the fields of corn; While the Quail clamors for his running mate. Thomson
A fretful fancy is constantly flinging its possessor into gratuitous tophets. W. R. Alger
A frettolosa domanda, tarda riposta.
A freylekhe tate-mame, un a gringe hodevaniye. (Yiddish)
A friar who asks alms for God's sake begs for two. Calderon
A Friday face.
A Friday's feast.
A friend 's ne'er kenn'd till he 's needed. Scotland
A friend - one soul, two bodies.
A friend advises in his interest, not yours.
A friend at court is better than a penny in the purse.
A friend at hand is better than a relative at a distance.
A friend at one's back is a safe bridge.
A friend at one?s back is a safe bridge.
A friend by thee is better than a brother far off.
A friend by you is better than a brother far off.
A friend called on me when I was ill, to settle some business. My head was too much confused by my indisposition to understand fully what he said, but I had such unlimited confidence in him that I did whatever he bid me, in the fullest assurance that it was right. How simply I can trust in man, and how little in God! How unreasonable is a pure act of faith in one like ourselves, if we cannot repose the same faith in God. Cecil
A friend exaggerates a man's virtues; an enemy inflames his crimes. Addison
A friend gives himself to his beloved, and the higher his excellence the richer the gift. Channing
A friend in a corner.
A friend in a way is better than a penny in the purse.
A friend in court is better than a penny in purse.
A friend in court is worth a penny in purse.
A friend in court makes the process short.
A friend in need is a friend indeed
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. Scotland
A friend in the court, is worth a penny in the purse. Scotland
A friend in the market is better than money in the chest.
A friend in the way is better than a penny in the purse.
A friend in time of need is a friend indeed.
A friend is a poem.
A friend is a second self. Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics
A friend is another me', originally in Greek by either Zeno or Plato, see also 'Alter ipse amicus.
A friend is another self.', see also 'Alter ego est amicus.
A friend is best found in adversity.
A friend is better than money in the purse.
A friend is easier lost than found.
A friend is he who sets his heart upon us, is happy with us and delights in us; does for us what we want, is willing and fully engaged to do all he can for us, on whom we can rely in all cases. Channing
A friend is known in time of need.
A friend is known when needed.
A friend is like a poem.
A friend is like a source of water during a long voyage.
A friend is like a water source for a long journey.
A friend is need is a friend indeed. / A friend is neves known till needed.