A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted :
A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted. :
This idiom means that people who are not careful with their money spend it quickly.
A Fool at 40 is a Fool Forever :
If someone has not matured by the time they reach forty, they never will.
After All :
Nevertheless when all things are considered
After One’s Heart :
Exactly what one likes or admires.
After Your Own Heart :
A person after your own heart thinks the same way as you.
Against The Clock :
If you do something against the clock, you are rushed and have very little time to do it.
Against The Grain :
If doing something goes against the grain, you’re unwilling to do it. Because it contradicts what you believe in. But you have no real choice.
Age Before Beauty :
When this idiom is used, it is a way of allowing an older person to do something first, though often in a slightly sarcastic way.
Agony Aunt :
An agony aunt is a newspaper columnist who gives advice to people having problems especially personal ones.
A Good Day for Ducks :
The expression is used to describe a rainy day.
Ahead of The Pack :
This means you have made more progress than your rivals.
Ahead of Time :
If something happens ahead of time, it happens early or before the set time.
A Fool and His Money are Soon Parted
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