he that lieth with dogs riseth with fleas

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he that lieth with dogs riseth with fleas

If one spends time with bad people, one will suffer in some way (often by becoming like said associates). I worry about my brother hanging out with all those troublemakers—he that lieth with dogs riseth with fleas.
See also: dog, flea, he, that
References in classic literature ?
BY a route obscure and lonely, Haunted by ill angels only, Where an Eidolon, named NIGHT, On a black throne reigns upright, I have reached these lands but newly From an ultimate dim Thule - From a wild weird clime that lieth, sublime, Out of SPACE - out of TIME.
Thou-shalt," lieth in its path, sparkling with gold--a scale-covered beast; and on every scale glittereth golden, "Thou shalt
Saith he, If it be well weighed, to say that a man lieth, is as much to say, as that he is brave towards God, and a coward towards men.
Oh, as to that, it is great, and strong, and well beseen, and lieth in a far country.
And they say the people of the isles call her the lady of the country, and she lieth in an old castle and sheweth herself thrice a year.
Assumption of sponsorship for the open all-day school and the half-day care at the elementary school auf der lieth for the school years 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 with optional extension option for up to two further school years.
Barber AJ, Lieth E, Khin SA, Antonetti DA, Buchanan AG, Gardner T W.
Also the timber lieth as it were upon a ladder, which is brought by little and little to the saw with another device.
von der Lieth, Theoretical Study of Gas-Phase Acidity, pKa, Lipophilicity, and Solubility of some Biologically Active Sulfonamides, Bioorg.
Lieth Gattiek who lives at the UN site witnessed the incident.
Now on a day while he was riding over the plain that lieth beneath the city of Assisi, he met a certain leper, and this unforeseen meeting filled him with loathing.
Since the publication of, information has been updated (Menzel & Lieth, 2003) and nowdays it is available as a webpage which is continuously growing (Santos & al.
Lieth and Upatnieks reached a key milestone with the off-axis transmission hologram.
The opening "It lieth," as more or less all commentators on the poem remark, is clearly a pun: what we see and hear is a representation, an illusion, a lie.