In his sane moments he did not care a fig for anybody's birthday.
A fig for Macbeth's philosophy that "blood will have blood."
Let them boast of their Moorish gallantry and their infidel marriages—a fig for them!
But Gervaise ended by not caring a fig for these thwacks, not more than she did for anything else.
If he be a slave who has gathered, he shall receive a stroke for every grape or fig.
It doesn't matter a fig to me whether you go bankrupt or not.
At first it amused me; then enraged me; I don't care a fig now.
The Dean, no doubt, would have his own lawyer, who would not care a fig for the Marquis.
"A fig for all the hussars in Europe," cries Molly, with indomitable courage.
I will send up your cloak, which is barely bigger than a fig leaf, when I can.