Fool : Proverbs

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Fool :

  • A fool and his money are soon parted.

  • A fool at forty is a fool indeed.

  • A fool brings a staff to beat his own head.

  • A fool can dance without a fiddle.

  • A fool fights with his own shadow.

  • A fool if he holds his tongue passes for wise.

  • A fool's bolt is soon hot.

  • A madman and a fool are no witnesses.

  • A pointless saying is a fool's doing.

  • A wise man thinks all that he says : A fool says all that he thinks.

  • Advice to a fool goes in one ear and out of the other.

  • All the fools are not dead yet.

  • An ass let him be who brays at an ass.

  • An easy fool is a knave's tool.

  • Better to weep with a wise man than laugh with the fool.

  • Children and fools tell the truth.

  • Empty vessels make the most noise.

  • Fools for luck.

  • Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

  • Forbid a fool a thing and that he'll do.

  • Knaves and fools divide the world.

  • None but a fool distasteful truth will tell.

  • Send fool to market and a fool he will return.

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