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(0.28)Job 16:3

Will 1  there be an end to your 2  windy words? 3  Or what provokes 4  you that you answer? 5 

(0.28)Psa 5:5

Arrogant people cannot stand in your presence; 1  you hate 2  all who behave wickedly. 3 

(0.28)Pro 1:32

For the waywardness 1  of the simpletons will kill 2  them, and the careless ease 3  of fools will destroy them.

(0.28)Pro 10:10

The one who winks 1  his 2  eye causes 3  trouble, and the one who speaks foolishness 4  will come to ruin.

(0.28)Pro 10:18

The one who conceals hatred utters lies, 1  and the one who spreads 2  slander 3  is certainly 4  a fool.

(0.28)Pro 10:23

Carrying out a wicked scheme 1  is enjoyable 2  to a fool, and so is wisdom for the one who has discernment. 3 

(0.28)Pro 12:15

The way of a fool 1  is right 2  in his own opinion, 3  but the one who listens to advice is wise. 4 

(0.28)Pro 13:19

A desire fulfilled is sweet to the soul, but fools abhor 1  turning away from evil.

(0.28)Pro 13:20

The one who associates 1  with the wise grows wise, but a companion of fools suffers harm. 2 

(0.28)Pro 14:8

The wisdom of the shrewd person 1  is to discern 2  his way, but the folly of fools is deception. 3 

(0.28)Pro 14:16

A wise person is cautious 1  and turns from evil, but a fool throws off restraint 2  and is overconfident. 3 

(0.28)Pro 14:29

The one who is slow to anger has great understanding, but the one who has a quick temper 1  exalts 2  folly.

(0.28)Pro 14:33

Wisdom rests in the heart of the discerning; it is known 1  even in the heart 2  of fools.

(0.28)Pro 15:14

The discerning heart seeks knowledge, but the mouth of fools feeds on folly. 1 

(0.28)Pro 15:21

Folly is a joy to one who lacks sense, 1  but one who has understanding 2  follows an upright course. 3 

(0.28)Pro 17:7

Excessive 1  speech 2  is not becoming for a fool; 3  how much less are lies 4  for a ruler! 5 

(0.28)Pro 17:10

A rebuke makes a greater impression on 1  a discerning person than a hundred blows on a fool. 2 

(0.28)Pro 17:12

It is better for a person to meet 1  a mother bear being robbed of her cubs, than 2  to encounter 3  a fool in his folly. 4 

(0.28)Pro 17:24

Wisdom is directly in front of 1  the discerning person, but the eyes of a fool run 2  to the ends of the earth. 3 

(0.28)Pro 17:28

Even a fool who remains silent is considered 1  wise, and the one who holds his tongue is deemed discerning. 2 



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