What does 'A fool and his money are soon parted' mean?
Meaning: This idiom means that people who aren't careful with their money spend it quickly. 'A fool and his money are easily parted' is an alternative form of the idiom.
- Category: Money
Idioms similar to 'A fool and his money are soon parted'
- Money pit
- On the money
- Money for jam
- For my money
- Pin money
- Give someone a run for their money
- Rolling in money
- Money to burn
- Made of money
- Money talks
- Money for old rope
- Show me the money
- Money laundering
- License to print money
- Money makes many things
- Money burns a hole in your pocket
- Money doesn`t grow on trees
- Make money hand over fist
- You pays your money and you takes your chances
- You pays your money and you takes your choice
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