"Make no little plans"
Joan Houston Hall
jdhall at FACSTAFF.WISC.EDU
Thu May 9 15:26:45 UTC 2002
DARE has it as a reflexive verb. "Don't fash yourself" means 'Don't
trouble yourself, don't put yourself out.' It's from Scots and English
At 11:08 AM 5/9/02 -0400, you wrote:
>At 10:48 AM -0400 5/9/02, Beverly Flanigan wrote:
>>Thanks, Sal, for calming the usual riled waters. But "nothing to fash
>>about"--new to me: meaning and source?
>I noticed that too, assumed it must be from Fr. "se facher", but had
>never heard it.
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