1614 American Proverbs / Page 3
41. A farmer on his knees is higher than a gentleman on his legs.
42. A fault confessed is half redressed.
43. A fault confessed is half-redressed.
44. A favor to come is better than a hundred received.
45. A fellow can do anything if he lists.
46. A field becomes exhausted by constant tillage.
47. A flow of words is no proof of being easy enough.
48. A flow will have an ebb.
49. A fool and his words are soon parted.
50. A fool can ask more questions in a minute than a wise man can answer in an hour.
51. A fool has few friends.
52. A fool is like other men as long as he is silent.
53. A fool might be counted wise if he kept his mouth shut.
54. A fool should never see unfinished work.
55. A fool talks most when he has the least to say.
56. A fool talks with his ears stuffed up.
57. A fool's mouth is his destruction.
58. A fool's name is seen in many places.
59. A foolish man despises his mother.
60. A forced kindness deserves no thanks.