fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

  • 1fools rush in (where angels fear to tread) — spoken phrase used for saying that people who are not sensible do things without thinking carefully about what may happen as a result Thesaurus: not showing careful thought or good judgmentsynonym Main entry: fool * * * fools rush ˈin (where… …

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  • 2Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. — Fools rush in (where angels fear to tread). something that you say which means that stupid people do things without thinking about them enough. Alan volunteered to be chairman and now he regrets it. Fools rush in, is all I can say …

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  • 3fools rush in where angels fear to tread — This idiom is used where people who are inexperienced or lack knowledge do something that more informed people would avoid …

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  • 4fools rush in where angels fear to tread — ► fools rush in where angels fear to tread proverb people without good sense or judgement will have no hesitation in tackling a situation that even the wisest would avoid. Main Entry: ↑fool …

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  • 5Fools Rush In Where Angels Fear to Tread — The line For fools rush in where angels fear to tread. was first written by Alexander Pope in his poem An Essay on Criticism .It has since been used as follows:the full line* Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread) , a 1940 song covered by… …

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  • 6fools rush in where angels fear to tread — 1711 POPE Essay on Criticism 1. 625 No Place so Sacred from such Fops is barr’d, Nor is Paul’s Church more safe than Paul’s Church yard: Nay, fly to Altars; there they’ll talk you dead; For Fools rush in where Angels fear to tread. 1858 G. J.… …

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  • 7Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread) — Fools Rush In (1940) is a popular song. The lyrics were written by Johnny Mercer with music by Rube Bloom. [cite book first= Phillip.Glenn MIller also did a version of this song last= Furia authorlink= coauthors= year= 1990 title= The Poets of… …

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  • 8fools rush in where angels fear to tread —    This idiom is used where people who are inexperienced or lack knowledge do something that more informed people would avoid.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …

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  • 9fools rush in where angels fear to tread — unwise people are often reckless and imprudent …

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  • 10fools rush in where angels fear to tread — proverb people without good sense or judgment will have no hesitation in tackling a situation that even the wisest would avoid …

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  • 11Where Angels Fear to Tread — Infobox Book name = Where Angels Fear to Tread title orig = translator = image caption = author = E. M. Forster illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Novel publisher = William Blackwood and Sons …

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  • 12Where Angels Fear to Tread (Mink DeVille album) — Infobox Album Name = Where Angels Fear to Tread (Mink DeVille album) Type = studio Artist = Willy DeVille Mink DeVille Released = 1983 Recorded = Criteria Recording Studios, Miami Genre = Rock, Soul, Latin Length = 31:43 Label = Atlantic Producer …

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  • 13Fools Rush In — (Where Angels Fear to Tread) ist der Titel eines Jazzstandards, der 1940 erstmals in der Fassung von Bob Crosby erschien. Entstehungsgeschichte Bob Crosby Fools Rush In …

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  • 14Fools rush in. — (where angels fear to tread). something that you say which means that stupid people do things without thinking about them enough. Alan volunteered to be chairman and now he regrets it. Fools rush in, is all I can say …

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  • 15Fools Rush In — Infobox Film name = Fools Rush In director = Andy Tennant producer = Michael McDonnell Steven P. Saeta writer = Katherine Reback starring = Matthew Perry Salma Hayek music = Alan Silvestri cinematography = Robbie Greenberg editing = Roger… …

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  • 16Tread — Tread, v. i. [imp. {Trod}; p. p. {Trodden}, {Trod}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Treading}.] [OE. treden, AS. tredan; akin to OFries. treda, OS. tredan, D. & LG. treden, G. treten, OHG. tretan, Icel. tro?a, Sw. tr[*a]da, tr[ a]da, Dan. tr[ae]de, Goth. trudan …

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  • 17tread — 01. The [tread] of the stairs has been covered with rubber to keep people from slipping. 02. The large dog [trod] heavily across the wet grass. 03. There were [tread] marks on the grass where the car had backed up. 04. My new bicycle tires have a …

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  • 18fear — see fear the Greeks bearing gifts the man who has once been bitten by the snake fears every piece of rope do right and fear no man fools rush in where angels fear to tread man fears time, but time fears the pyramids …

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  • 19tread — see fools rush in where angels fear to tread …

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  • 20rush — see fools rush in where angels fear to tread …

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