43 French Proverbs about DevilAll French Proverbs | Proverbs about Devil
1. A young angel, an old devil.
2. Do not make two devils of one.
3. Happy the child whose father goes to the devil.
4. He is not so much of a devil as he is black.
5. He is the devil's valet, he does more that he is ordered.
6. In borrowing an angel, in repaying a devil.
7. One candle for St. Michael, and another for his devil.
8. Parsley seed goes nine times to the Devil.
9. Pulling the devil by the tail does not lead far young or old.
10. Religious contention is the devil's harvest.
11. Slanderers are the devil's bellows, to blow up contention.
12. The devil is not always at a poor man's door.
13. The devil leads him by the nose who the dice too often throws.
14. The devil may die without my inheriting his horns.
15. The devil often lurks behind the cross.
16. The devil rebukes sin.
17. The devil was handsome when he was young.
18. The devil was sick, the Devil a saint would be; the Devil was well, the devil a saint was he.
19. The devil was so fond of his children that he plucked out their eyes.
20. The devil's meal turns half to bran.
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