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|Fair and softly, as lawyers go to heaven. (B.) Fair and softly goes far in a day. Soft |
and fair goes far. □ (O. H.) Fair and softly wins the race. Pas a pas, on va bien
loin. — Step by step, one goes a long way. — (Fr.) Chi va piano, va sano ; chi va
|(See "Beautyandfolly,"p. 700; also "With a red man." Fair and softly, as lawyers go |
to heaven. (,1V. ) Fair and softly goes far in a day. Soft and fair goes far. (G. H.)
Fair and softly wins the race. Pas a pas, on va bien loin.— Step by step, one goes
|Equivalent Proverbs Teodor Flonta. Sim. They have most bread who have least |
teeth. 598 He that GOES softly goes safely. Cine merge încet departe ajunge.
Sim. Fair and softly goes far. Cf. Soft pace GOES far / SLOWbut sure. 599 Soft
|957 Hethat GOES softly goes safely. Chi va piano, va sano e va lontano. Sim.Fair |
and softly goes far. Cf.Soft pace GOES far / SLOW but sure. 958 Softpace GOES
far. Pian piano si va lontano. Passo a passo si va lontano. Sim.Fair and softly ...
Jennifer Speake - 2008 - 400 pages
|... attempt, but this is no worse genetically speaking than sitting around and dying |
childless; they might, by risking all, do very well indeed. Faint heart never won fair
lady. boldness; love FAIR and softly goes far in a day c1350Douce MS 52 no.
|(16) (S(NP(NA) (s,AA far behind)) (vp(M must) (V follow) (NP the faster))) Fair and |
softly goes far, the fourth proverb of this type listed above, causes additional
problems due to the adverb softly in its compound subject adjectival.
|fair (far), n. A gathering of buyers and sellers at a place •f* a fixed season ; CT11 I |
Fancy , faith (fath), n. 1. Confidence ' ... was struck fair between the eyes ; (itst^tw ;
It? I Fair and softly— Honestly and courteously ; I Fair and softly goes far in a ...
|21 Í gweniatth. Fiar words butter no parsnips, [Prov.J Ni lenwlr cylla gwag a ïi'iri.ui |
ten. Fair, or fairly, ad. Yn cleg, yn Ian, l(e. Sec. Adj. 1Î Fair and softly, Vn arafdeg,
»an bwyll. iViir and softly goes far, Gan bwyll a gy rraedd ym mlifll. Fair-spoken ...
Wolfgang Mieder, Stewart A. Kingsbury, Kelsie B. Harder - 1992 - 710 pages
|FRIDAY is the fairest or foulest day. / Fairest GEMS lie deepest. / LADIES young |
and fair have the gift to know it. / In fair WEATHER prepare for foul. fair (just) 1. Be
fair, be good, and be loved. Rec. dist.: N.Mex. 2. Fair and softly go far in a day.
Tessa Kale - 2002 - 2219 pages
|Fair and Fair. George Peele. OBEV Fr. Arraignment of Paris. The. Fair and |
Scornful. Unknown. OBCoV Fair and Softly goes far or, The Wary Physician.
Laetitia Pilkington. PEW Fair and Unfair. Robert Francis. VGW Fair Annie.
Unknown. ESPB ...