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The Bard or the Bible? III

Many common phrases are based on the Bible. Others are well-known because they appear in the works of the bard, Shakespeare. Can you tell them apart?


 

Quiz ID:#13997
Fun:*** (2.92)
Difficulty:* (1.09)
Category:Literature
Created By:MarcM1098Aca*****

 

 

 



#1   "No rest for the wicked." This phrase has its origins with:




#2   "Something wicked this way comes." This phrase appears in:




#3   Where can you find this phrase? "The powers that be."




#4   "To every thing there is a season." This phrase appears in:




#5   "Too much of a good thing." This phrase appears in:




#6   Where can you find this phrase? "All's well that ends well."




#7   "Tell truth and shame the Devil." This phrase appears in:




#8   "Get thee behind me, Satan." This phrase has its origins with:




#9   Where can you find this phrase? "He will give the Devil his due."




#10   "The Devil incarnate." This phrase has its origins with:




#11   "A wolf in sheep's clothing." This phrase has its origins with:




#12   Where does the idea of a "scapegoat" come from?




 

 


   



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