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Fool in his Sleeve

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Every man hath a fool in his sleeve. No one is always wise. The allusion is to the tricks of jugglers.

The wisest fool in Christendom. James I, was so called by Henri IV., but he learnt the phrase of Sully.

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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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Fond
Fons et Origo (Latin)
Font
Fontarabia
Food
Food for Powder
Foods and Wines
Fool
Fool [a food]
Fool Thinks
Fool in his Sleeve
Fool or Physician at Forty
Fools
Fool’s Bolt
Fool’s Paradise
Foolscap
Foot
Foot-breadth
Foot-lights
Foot Monsters
Foot-notes