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Do Not Judge A Book By its Cover

Do Not Judge A Book By its Cover - don't judge someone or something by the way it looks

  • I told my mother. I don't like the children in my class. She told me “don't judge a book by its cover”.
  • People are afraid of my dog. I told them "don't judge a book by its cover". My dog is very friendly.
  • Bears look so cute, but don't judge a book by its cover. Bears might look cute, but they don't act cute.
  • That doesn't look like a good place to eat. My friend told me "don't judge a book by its cover, that is the best place to eat in the city".
  • It is not good to judge the book by its cover.

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