Devil (126-150)

The devil loves all colliers.
— English

The devil often lurks behind the cross.
— French

The devil makes pots and not lids.
— Maltese

The devil lurks behind the cross.
— English

The devil is good to his own.
— English

The devil lies brooding in the miser's chest.
— English

The devil laughs when one thief robs another.
— English

The devil knows his Lord, but still practices evil.
— African (Egypt)

The devil is the root of all evil.
— American

The devil is seldom outshot in his own bow.
— English

The devil often sits at the foot of the cross.
— Polish

The devil rebukes sin.
— English

The devil is not so ugly as he is painted.
— Italian

The devil is not so black as he is painted.
— English

The devil is not always at one door.
— English

The devil is not always at a poor man's door.
— French

The devil is no match for a woman.
— Polish

The devil is never so black as he is painted.
— German

The devil is in the dice.
— English

The devil is good when he is pleased.
— English

The devil cannot go as far as a woman can.
— Polish

There is a devil in every berry of the grape.
— English

They that worship God merely for fear,
would worship the devil too, if he appear.
— English

Those that eat black pudding will dream of the devil.
— English

Though the devil is up early, God is up before him.
— American

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