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BIBLE VERSIONS / Bible Wycliffe / Old Testament / Proverbs

Bible Wycliffe - Wycliffe Version, 1395

Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes

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1 As snow in somer, and reyn in heruest; so glorie is vnsemeli to a fool.

2 For whi as a brid fliynge ouer to hiy thingis, and a sparowe goynge in to vncerteyn; so cursing brouyt forth with out resonable cause schal come aboue in to sum man.

3 Beting to an hors, and a bernacle to an asse; and a yerde in the bak of vnprudent men.

4 Answere thou not to a fool bi his foli, lest thou be maad lijk hym.

5 Answere thou a fool bi his fooli, lest he seme to him silf to be wijs.

6 An haltinge man in feet, and drinkinge wickidnesse, he that sendith wordis by a fonned messanger.

7 As an haltinge man hath faire leggis in veyn; so a parable is vnsemeli in the mouth of foolis.

8 As he that casteth a stoon in to an heep of mercurie; so he that yyueth onour to an vnwijs man.

9 As if a thorn growith in the hond of a drunkun man; so a parable in the mouth of foolis.

10 Doom determyneth causis; and he that settith silence to a fool, swagith iris.

11 As a dogge that turneth ayen to his spuyng; so is an vnprudent man, that rehersith his fooli.

12 Thou hast seyn a man seme wijs to hym silf; an vnkunnyng man schal haue hope more than he.

13 A slow man seith, A lioun is in the weie, a liounnesse is in the foot pathis.

14 As a dore is turned in his hengis; so a slow man in his bed.

15 A slow man hidith hise hondis vndur his armpit; and he trauelith, if he turneth tho to his mouth.

16 A slow man semeth wysere to hym silf, than seuene men spekynge sentensis.

17 As he that takith a dogge bi the eeris; so he that passith, and is vnpacient, and is meddlid with the chiding of anothir man.

18 As he is gilti, that sendith speris and arowis in to deth;

19 so a man that anoieth gilefuli his frend, and whanne he is takun, he schal seie, Y dide pleiynge.

20 Whanne trees failen, the fier schal be quenchid; and whanne a priuy bacbitere is withdrawun, stryues resten.

21 As deed coolis at quic coolis, and trees at the fier; so a wrathful man reisith chidyngis.

22 The wordis of a pryuei bacbitere ben as symple; and tho comen til to the ynneste thingis of the herte.

23 As if thou wolt ourne a vessel of erthe with foul siluer; so ben bolnynge lippis felouschipid with `the werste herte.

24 An enemy is vndirstondun bi hise lippis, whanne he tretith giles in the herte.

25 Whanne he `makith low his vois, bileue thou not to hym; for seuene wickidnessis ben in his herte.

26 The malice of hym that hilith hatrede gilefuli, schal be schewid in a counsel.

27 He that delueth a diche, schal falle in to it; and if a man walewith a stoon, it schal turne ayen to hym.

28 A fals tunge loueth not treuth; and a slidir mouth worchith fallyngis.

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