Fame is what you have taken, Character's what you give; When to this truth you waken, Then you begin to live. Bayard Taylor
Fame lives on after death.
Fame lulls the fever of the soul, and makes Us feel that we have grasp'd an immortality. Joaquin Miller
Fame may be compared to a scold; the best way to silence her is to let her alone, and she will at last be out of breath in blowing her own trumpet. Thomas Fuller
Fame must necessarily be the portion of but few. Robert Hall
Fame often rests at first upon something accidental, and often, too, is swept away, or for a time removed; but neither genius nor glory is conferred at once, nor do they glimmer and fall, like drops in a grotto, at a shout. Landor
Familiarity is a magician that is cruel to beauty, but kind to ugliness. Ouida
Familiarity is a suspension of almost all the laws of civility, which libertinism has introduced into society under the notion of ease. La Rochefoucauld
Familiarity is like the sea that kills the fisherman.
Familiarity is the most destructive of all iconoclasts. Madame de Genlis
Familiarity so dulls the edge of perception as to make us least acquainted with things forming part of our daily life. Julia Ward Howe
Familie, du bist die Heimstatt aller sozialen Laster, die Versorgungseinrichtung aller bequemen Frauen, die Ankerschmiede des Familienversorgers und die Hölle der Kinder! August Strindberg (1849-1912), Der Sohn der Magd
Familismo amorale. frase idiomatica/fatta
Famille tuyau de poêle.
Family is the worst.
Family pride entertains many unsocial opinions. Zimmermann
Famine hides under the granary.
Famine is in thy cheeks, Need and oppression starveth in thine eyes, Contempt and beggary hang upon thy back; The world is not thy friend, nor the world's law. Shakespeare
Famine prévue peut être évitée. Carestia prevista, non viene mai.
Famished people must be slowly nursed, And fed by spoonfuls, else they always burst. Byron