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Fly in the Face of Providence (To)

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To act rashly, and throw away good opportunities; to court danger.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Flutter
Flutter the Devecotes (To)
Fly (plural flys)
Fly (plural flies)
Fly-boy
Fly a Kite (To)
Fly-by-night (A)
Fly in One’s Face (To)
Fly in the Face of Danger (To)
Fly in the Face of Providence (To)
Fly Open (To)
Fly Out at (To)
Flying Colours (To come off with)
Flying Dutchman
Flying without Wings (No)
Flyman’s Plot (The)
Fog-eater
Fogie or Fogey
Fo-hi or Foë
Foil