A face which is always serene possesses a mysterious and powerful attraction: sad hearts come to it as to the sun to warm themselves again. Joseph Roux
A face with gladness overspread! Soft smiles, by human kindness bred! Wordsworth
A face without a heart. Shakespeare
A facendado crego, dala Deus, o lévala o demo.
A faculdade de granjear amizades é de longe a mais eminente entre todas aquelas que contribuem para a sabedoria da felicidade. (Epicuro)
A fadiga é a melhor almofada.
A fährt auf wie der Furz im Bade. Von auffahrenden, leicht zu reizenden Menschen. Elle est glorieuse comme un pet. Glorieux comme un pet, parcequ'il n'a respect d'aucun.
A fährt nei, wie der Bauer in die Stiefeln. Schlesien Hij valt erin, als een boer in de kousen.
A fährt rim, wie der Furz ei der Laterne. Der Unstete, der nicht weiß wohin.
A failure establishes only this, that our determination to succeed was not strong enough. Bovee
A faint blush melting through the light of thy transparent cheek like a rose-leaf bathed in dew. Whittier
A faint cold fear thrills through my veins
A faint heart never won a fair lady.
A faint heart never won a fair lady. Scotland
A fair booty makes a fair thief.
A fair booty makes many a thief.
A fair bride is soon buskt, and a short horse is soon wispt.
A fair countenance is the key of closed doors. Sadi, Gulistan, 3, 28
A fair daughter's father has no ears.
A fair day in winter is the mother of a storm.
A fair day in winter is the mother of a storme. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A fair death honors the whole life.
A fair death honors the whole life. (Jonathan Swift)
A fair exchange brings no quarrel.
A fair exchange is no robbery.
A fair exterior is a silent recommendation. Publius Syrus
A fair face and a foul bargain. Scotland
A fair face and a foul heart.
A fair face cannot have a crabbed heart. Passionate Morrice p. 92
A fair face is half a fortune. Scotland
A fair face is half a portion.
A fair face may be a foul bargain.
A fair face may hide a foul bargain.
A fair face may hide a foul heart.
A fair face may hide a foul heart. (Fair face, foul heart.)
A fair face will get its praise, though the owner keep silent.
A fair face will not keep the pot boiling.
A fair face, and a foul bargain (o. heart).
A fair face, foul heart.
A fair field and no favour.
A fair fire makes a room flet.
A fair fire maks a room flit. Scotland
A fair gamester among rooks must be beat.
A fair maiden tocherless, will get mae wooers than husbands. Scotland
A fair offer is nae feud.
A fair pawn never shamed his master.
A fair promise binds a fool.
A fair promise makes a fool merry.
A fair reputation is a plant, delicate in its nature, and by no means rapid in its growth. It will not shoot up in a night like the gourd of the prophet; but, like that gourd, it may perish in a night. Jeremy Taylor