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|a fool always finds a greater fool to admire him 133 134 135 136 Spanish: Italian: |
Polish: English: French: Polish: Czech: English: German: Dutch: Czech: English:
German: Latin: French: Italian: English: c) il n'y a pas (point) de sans feu d) flux ...
|Billings, Josh Every fool finds a greater one to admire them. - Bioleau A fool sees |
not the same tree that a wise man sees. - Blake, William However big the fool,
there is always a bigger fool to admire him. - Boileau, Nicholas Greatest fools are
Bartlett Jere Whiting - 1977 - 555 pages
|1787 Tyler Contrast 113: Young folks think old folks to be fools; but old folks know |
young folks to be fools. ... F220 A Fool always finds a greater fool to admire him
1797 Cobbett Porcupine 5.92: His admiration of which is easily accounted for, ...
Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 pages
|FOOLS. There is not the least flower but seems to hold up its head, and to look |
pleasantly, in the secret sense of the ... of themselves, unless they have no
relations to blush for them. ... A fool always finds some greater fool to admire him.
|(Poor Richard) Never challenge a fool to do wrong. (French) No one is a fool |
always, everyone sometimes. (Roman) On the first ofApril you can send a fool
wherever you will. (German) One fool always finds a greater fool to admire him.
|wo viel chaque no no Eng: afool always rushes to the fore fools ask what«s o«|
clock; wise men know their time Ger: der Mensch ... Eng: a fool always finds a
greater fool to admire him fools go in crowds Fr: à la presse vontles fous un sot
|FOOLS. FORBEARANCE. A fool always finds a greater fool to admire him. — |
Boileau. A man of wit would often be much embarrassed without the company of
fools. — Rochefoucauld. As I do live by food, I met a fool, who laid him down, and
|Chaque sot trouve toujours un plus sot qui l'admire (A fool always finds an even |
greater fool to admire him), says an old ... a model fool, a 24-carat fool bearing
the official stamp and seal, and the fools of Byeltsy, being even greater fools, had
Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|A fool always finds a bigger fool to praise him. Vars. ... A fool always finds a |
greater fool to admire. Rec. dist.: Ind. 1st cit.: US1797Cobbett, Porcupine's Works.
20c. coll.: Whiting 160. 3. A fool always talks most when he has the least to say.
|toujours un plus sot qui l'admire" — a fool always finds a bigger fool to admire |
him — and that, too, must be very comforting.* As writer and reader alike happily
feel beyond any uncomfortable misgiving that these various proverbs refer to