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|Doing evil is fun, but it costs less to be good. Rec. dist.: Ill. 11.Evil is brought on by |
oneself. Rec. dist.: N.Y. 12.Evil is wrought for want of thought. Rec. dist.: Ohio. 13.
Evil seldom goes alone. Rec. dist.: Ill. 14.Evil to him who evil thinks. Vars.
|We have a proverb.. that evil doers are aye evil-dreaders. conscience; wrong-|
doers EVIL to him who evil thinks Medieval Fr. honi soit qui maly pense is the
motto of the Order of the Garter, originated in 1348 or 1349 by King Edward III of ...
|Evil be to him who evil thinks. 4430. Evil bird, evil egg. 4429. Evil |
communications corrupt good manners. 5224. 6942. Evil gotten, evil spent. 6390.
7239. 8066. Evil is soon done, but slowly mended. 4432. Evil thinks who evil
does. 4431. 1440.
|EVIL. None are all evil. Evil be to him who evil thinks. Byron. Edward TIL Evil is |
more frail than nonentity. Zoroaster. Evil counsel is swift in its march. Plutarch. In
evil counsel women exceed men. Syrus. Evil is evil because it is unnatural.
|... we soinewhat assuage them ; no scene of mortal life but teems with woe ; |
better suffer a great evil than do a small one ; evil be to him who evil thinks ;
depart from evil and do good; evil communications corrupt good manners ; etril
conduct is ...
|436 Evil to him who evil thinks. We say, emphatically, that this is not the case— |
that they differ with respect to events that occurthat men of the same intellectual
power may dif- red nearly two thousand years ago? - fer widely. Every sect can ...
|Evil be to him who evil thinks" is a wish that is always fulfilled. It is a law in |
constant operation. The consequence of pursuing evil in the form of evil thinking
is evil thinking, the consequence of evil feeling is evil feeling, the consequence of
|Instead of "Evil be to him who evil thinks," Demuth fashions "Evil sees everything |
evil." "Evil sees everything evil," with its shifting of moral responsibility for
representation from the artist to the viewer, might be the perfect epigraph for the
|Better suffer a great evil than do a little one. — 5. Better to suffer a known evil |
than to change for uncertain good. Sp. 6. Depart from evil and do good. Bible. 7.
Do not stir up an evil that has been fairly buried. Latin. 8. Evil to him who evil