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If they say, Come with us; let us make designs against the good, waiting secretly for the upright, without cause;

Make your ear attentive to wisdom, Incline your heart to understanding;

Do not make evil designs against your neighbour, when he is living with you without fear.

Do not give her up, and she will keep you; give her your love, and she will make you safe.

Make much of her and she shall promote thee: Yea, if thou embracest her, she shall bring thee unto honour.

She shall make thee a gracious head, and garnish thee with the crown of glory."

Lest she should make level the path leading to life, her paths are unstable but she does not know it.

For before the eyes of Jehovah are the ways of man, and he makes level all his tracks.

Do this now, my son, and deliver thyself, when thou art come into the hand of thy friend; go, humble thyself, and make sure thy friend.

Make yourself free, like the roe from the hand of the archer, and the bird from him who puts a net for her.

He winks with his eyes, he speaks by shuffling or tapping with his feet, he makes signs [to mislead and deceive] and teaches with his fingers.

A proud look [the spirit that makes one overestimate himself and underestimate others], a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,

He will not take any payment; and he will not make peace with you though your money offerings are increased.

That they may keep you from the loose woman, from the adventuress who flatters with and makes smooth her words.

Proceeding down the street near her corner, he makes his way toward her house

Look! A woman makes her way to meet him, dressed as a prostitute and intending to entrap him.

Come, let's make love until dawn; let's comfort ourselves with love,

Doesn’t Wisdom call out?
Doesn’t Understanding make her voice heard?

I, Wisdom [from God], make prudence my dwelling, and I find out knowledge and discretion.

As for the round compass of his world, I make it joyful: for my delight is to be among the children of men.

Do not say sharp words to a man of pride, or he will have hate for you; make them clear to a wise man, and you will be dear to him.

He who winks with the eye [craftily and with malice] causes sorrow; the foolish of lips will fall headlong but he who boldly reproves makes peace.

The righteousness of the blameless shall rectify and make plain their way and keep it straight, but the wicked shall fall by their own wickedness.

He who makes himself responsible for a strange man will undergo much loss; but the hater of such undertakings will be safe.

No man will make himself safe through evil-doing; but the root of upright men will never be moved.

There are those that make themselves rich, yet have nothing: there are those that make themselves poor, yet have great riches.

He who makes sport of the word will come to destruction, but the respecter of the law will be rewarded.

A sharp man does everything with knowledge, but a foolish man makes clear his foolish thoughts.

A man taking false news is a cause of trouble, but he who gives news rightly makes things well.

Foolish behaviour is joy to the unwise; but a man of good sense makes his way straight.

He whose eyes are shut is a man of twisted purposes, and he who keeps his lips shut tight makes evil come about.

A rebuke makes a greater impression on a discerning person than a hundred blows on a fool.

A man without sense gives his hand in an agreement, and makes himself responsible before his neighbour.

Great numbers will make attempts to get the approval of a ruler: and every man is the special friend of him who has something to give.

That which makes a man to be desired is his kindness. A poor man is better than a liar.

A good-for-nothing witness makes sport of the judge's decision: and the mouth of evil-doers sends out evil like a stream.

The wrath of a king is like the loud cry of a lion: he who makes him angry does wrong against himself.