A fond old man is often as full of words as a woman. A fond old man is often as full of words as a woman. Sir Thomas More, English Works, p. 1169
A fondo perduto.
a fonte do saber.
A fonte puro pura defluit aqua. en] Pure water flows from a pure spring.
A fool admires himself most when he has done foolish things.
A fool always comes short of his reckoning.
A fool always finds a bigger fool to praise him.
A fool always finds a greater fool than himself.
A fool always finds a greater fool to admire him.
A fool and a wise man are alike both in the starting-place - their birth, and at the post - their death; only they differ in the race of their lives. Thomas Fuller
A fool and his head are soon parted.
A fool and his money are easily parted.
A fool and his money are soon parted
A fool and his money are soon parted.
A fool and his money are soon parted. Scotland
A fool and his money is one big party.
A fool and his words are soon parted.
A fool and water will go the way they are directed.
A fool and water will go the way they are diverted.
A fool at forty is a fool indeed.
A fool at forty is a fool indeed. Young
A fool at forty will never be wise, appears to be the Irish form.
A fool at forty will never be wise. Scotland
A fool beat a drum, the clever ones danced, (don?t disregard other peoples abilities)
A fool believes everything.
A fool boasts of his horse, a madman of his wife, the ski 11 fulness of his children.
A fool bolts a door with a boiled carrot.
A fool brings the rope himself with which he will be bound.
A fool bull will look only for the green grass without looking the danger of toppling over the steep valley.
A fool by chance may say a wise thing.
A fool can ask more questions in a minute than a wise man can answer in an hour.
A fool can ask more questions in an hour than a wise man can answer in a year. Yiddish] A nar ken fregen mer frages in a sho vi a kluger ken entferen in a yor.
A fool can ask more questions in an hour than a wise man can answer in seven years.
A fool can ask more questions than seven wise men can answer.
A fool can dance without a fiddle.
A fool can no more see his own folly than he can see his ears. Thackeray
A fool can tell only foolish things.
A Fool can throw a Stone into a Pool, but twenty WISE Men cannot get it out. de] Ein Narr wirft den Stein in den Brunnen und zehn Vemunftige konnen ihn nicht herausholen. it] Un pazzo getta una pietra nel pozzo, e vi voglion cento aavii a cavamela. ro] Un nebun aruncă o piatră in fontână, şi dece inteleptî nu pot s'o scótă.
A fool cannot be an actor, though an actor may act a fool's part. Sophocles
A fool cannot be silent.
A fool cannot look, nor stand, nor walk like a man of sense. La Bruyère
A fool carveth a piece of his heart to every one that sits near him.
A fool cut down the oak to plant a thistle.
A fool demands much, but he is a greater one that gives it.
A fool demands much, but he's a greater that gives it.
A fool despiseth bis father's instruction. Old Testament, Proverbs 15:5Old Testament, Proverbs 15:5
A fool digs a well by the river.
A fool does a lot of work, a wise man gets off easier.
A fool doesn't age and cold water doesn't spoil. Yiddish] A nar vert nit elter un kalteh vasser vert nit kalyeh.
A fool doing what he knows is better than a hundred wise men doing what they don?t know.