Quotes about Cunning

O fool, fool! the pains which thou takest to hide what thou art,

We should do by our cunning as we do by our courage, always have

Watchfulness is the only guard against cunning. Be intent on his

Cunning is the natural and universal defense of the weak against

Foxes are so cunning Because they are not strong.

The fox puts off all with a jest.

Cunning leads to knavery. It is but a step from one to the other,

Cunning has effect from the credulity of others. It requires no e

The very cunning conceal their cunning; the indifferently shrew b

Knowledge without justice ought to be called cunning rather than