Beware of a silent man and a dog that does not bark.
Beware of a silent man and still water.
Beware of a white Spaniard and a black Englishman.
Beware of a woman before, of a horse behind, of a cart sideways, of a priest every way.
Beware of after-claps.
Beware of an oak, it draws the stroke; avoid an ash, it counts the flash; creep under the thorn, it can save you from harm.
Beware of biting jests; the more truth they carry with them, the greater wounds they give, the greater smarts they cause, and the greater scars they leave behind them. Lavater
Beware of desperate steps. The darkest day, Live till to-morrow, will have pass'd away. William Cowper, Needless Alarm (l. 132)
Beware of dissipating your powers; strive constantly to concentrate them. Genius thinks it can do whatever it sees others doing, but it is sure to repent of every ill-judged outlay. Goethe
Beware of drunkenness, lest all good men beware of thee; where drunkenness reigns, there reason is an exile, virtue a stranger, God an enemy; blasphemy is wit, oaths are rhetoric, and secrets are proclamations. Quarles
Beware of entrance to a quarrel; but, being in, bear it, that the opposer may beware of thee. Shakespeare
Beware of false friends with wagging tongues.
Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. New Testament, Matthew 7:15
Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
Beware of false prophets.
Beware of fatiguing them by ill-judged exactness. If virtue offer itself to a child under a melancholy and constrained aspect, if liberty and license present themselves under an agreeable form, all is lost, your labor is in vain. Fénelon
Beware of fixing habits in a child. Robert Hall
Beware of french people who pretend to quarrel with each other: they will join together to fight you.
Beware of gifts that God never gave.
Beware of Greeks bearing gifts
Beware of he whose goodness you can?t ask for for and whose evil you can?t be protected from.
Beware of her fair hair, for she excels All women in the magic of her locks; And when she winds them round a young man's neck, She will not ever set him free again. Goethe
Beware of him who gives you advice according to his own interests.
Beware of him who has nothing to lose.
Beware of him whom God hath marked.
Beware of laughing hosts and weeping priests.
Beware of little expense.
Beware of little expenses; a small leak will sink a great ship. Franklin
Beware of men who flourish hereditary honors.
Beware of no man more than of yourself; we carry our worst enemies within us. Spurgeon
Beware of no man more than thyself.
Beware of one says 'I will not eat' and another who says 'I will not sit.'
Beware of one who flatters unduly; he will also censure unjustly.
Beware of one who has nothing to lose.
Beware of one with a honeyed tongue and a sword in the belly.
Beware of parting! The true sadness is not in the pain of the parting; it is in the when and the how you are to meet again with the face about to vanish from your view. Bulwer-Lytton
Beware of people who dislike cats.
Beware of silent dogs and still waters.
Beware of still water, a still dog, and a still enemy.
Beware of suretyship for thy best friend. He that payeth another man's debt seeketh his own decay. But if thou canst not otherwise choose, rather lend thy money thyself upon good bonds, although thou borrow it; so shalt thou secure thyself, and pleasure thy friend. Lord Burleigh
Beware of the anger of a patient man.
Beware of the Bear when he tucks in his shirt.
Beware of the beginnings of vice. Do not delude yourself with the belief that it can be argued against in the presence of the exciting cause. Nothing but actual flight can save you. B. R. Haydon
Beware of the camel going to seek horns, he lost his ears.
Beware of the cat that licks from the front but claws from behind.
Beware of the dog himself, his shadow does not bite.
Beware of the dog that does not bark.
Beware of the dog.
Beware of the door with too many keys.
Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, and inwardly are ravening wolves. (Matthew; bible quote).