A forest is full of beautiful trees for the beholding, but when one becomes so ...
When wandering through a forest, sometimes we can't help but to get caught up
Can't see the forest for the trees definition at Dictionary.com, a free online ... This
expression was already a proverb in John Heywood's 1546 collection.
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can't see the forest for the trees. It means that if you look at things one at a time,
you might not realize that a branch of separate "trees" go togehter to make a ...
My wife and I were discussing this saying. I was adamant that it is 'for' and not '
through'. Obviously my wife disagrees because 'through' makes ...
Jan 9, 2003 ... 'Forest' is the American saying. In the UK we actually say 'Can't see the wood for
the trees' Saying it to someone means that they are so ...
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Definition of can't see the forest for the trees in the Idioms Dictionary. can't see the
... This expression was already a proverb in John Heywood's 1546 collection.
Meaning: If you can't see the forest for the trees, you can't see the whole situation
clearly because you're looking too closely at small details, or because you're ...
Smith is good at detail, but can't see the forest for the trees. ... This is almost
always used in negative constructions, often starting with can't, as it is a negative
Surely this the wrong way round: to be "unable to see the forest for the trees" ... "
see the trees for the forest": 57K; "see the trees for the forest" -"can't see the trees
for ... The saying gets twisted somewhere in the souther states at some point in ...
Feb 9, 2015 ... I believe everyone has heard the proverb, "He can't see the forest for the trees." It
has been around since before 1546. March up to any forest ...