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pride goeth before the fall

Having too much pride or confidence will cause one to make mistakes that lead to a setback or failure. The phrase is adapted from a verse in the book of Proverbs in the Bible: "Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall." A: "He's so unwilling to delegate any responsibility to anyone else that I'm sure he's going to end up crumbling beneath all the pressure." B: "Well, pride goeth before the fall."
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pride goeth before a fall

Having too much pride or confidence will cause one to make mistakes that lead to a setback or failure. The phrase is adapted from a verse in the book of Proverbs in the Bible: "Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall." A: "He's so unwilling to delegate any responsibility to anyone else that I'm sure he's going to end up crumbling beneath all the pressure." B: "Well, pride goeth before a fall."
See also: before, fall, goeth, pride

pride goes before a fall

Having too much pride or confidence will cause one to make mistakes that lead to a setback or failure. The phrase is adapted from a verse in the book of Proverbs in the Bible: "Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall." A: "He's so unwilling to delegate any responsibility to anyone else that I'm sure he's going to end up crumbling beneath all the pressure." B: "Well, pride goes before a fall."
See also: before, fall, goes, pride

Pride goes before a fall.

 and Pride goeth before a fall.
Prov. If you are too proud and overconfident, you will make mistakes leading to your defeat. (Biblical.) Sue: I'm the best student in my history class. I'm sure I can pass the exam without studying very hard. Sam: Be careful. Pride goes before a fall, you know.
See also: before, fall, goes, pride

pride goes (or comes) before a fall

if you're too conceited or self-important, something will happen to make you look foolish.
This phrase is adapted from Proverbs 16:18: ‘Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall’. Goes before here means ‘precedes’.
See also: before, fall, goes, pride
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Schindler uses his money to bribe Goeth and other SS guards in the hope that he can save his Jewish workforce from Auschwitz.
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Donna Rodgers Dillahunty: Pride goeth before a fall...
Dengys y ddawn storiol gelfydd, y cymeriadu cyflawn a'r darnau swreal hyn feistrolaeth yr awdur ar iaith goeth a theithi iaith addas ac amrywiol.
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Hubris is sometimes defined as o'erweening pride; and pride, we know, goeth before a fall.
"Pride goeth before a fail" (Proverbs 16:18) is one of the Bible verses I learned before I could understand it.
When Teege was 38, however, she discovered that her biological mother was the child of Amon Goeth, the Nazi commandant of PAaszow concentration campthe sadistic SS man portrayed by Ralph Fiennes in Schindler's List; Teege's grandmother had been Goeth's mistress during the war.
It was hubris, the kind of pride that goeth before a fall.
The Weakest Goeth to the Wall, published in 1600 and attributed to the Earl of Oxford's company of boys, contains another example of mimetic skill.