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Proverbs 20:17 CSB

17 Food gained by fraud is sweet to a man, but afterwards his mouth is full of gravel.

Study tools for Proverbs 20:17

  • a 20:2 - Pr 19:12; 28:15
  • b 20:3 - Pr 15:18; 18:6; 22:10
  • c 20:4 - Lit plow in winter
  • d 20:4 - Lit inquires
  • e 20:4 - Pr 24:30-34
  • f 20:5 - Pr 18:4
  • g 20:6 - Pr 28:20; Ps 53:2-3
  • h 20:7 - Pr 2:7,20-21; 10:9; 13:6
  • i 20:7 - Lit sons
  • j 20:8 - Pr 20:26
  • k 20:9 - Jb 15:15-16; Ps 14:2-3; Rm 3:9-12
  • l 20:10 - Lit Stone and stone, measure and measure
  • m 20:10 - Pr 11:1; 20:23; Dt 25:14-15; Mc 6:10-11
  • n 20:11 - Pr 21:8
  • o 20:12 - Pr 22:2; 29:13
  • p 20:13 - Pr 6:10-11; 24:33-34
  • q 20:15 - Pr 3:15; 8:11
  • r 20:16 - A debtor's outer garment held as collateral; Dt 24:12-13,17; Jb 22:6
  • s 20:16 - Pr 6:1-5; 11:15; 27:13
  • t 20:18 - Pr 11:14; 15:22; 24:6
  • u 20:19 - Pr 11:13; Lv 19:16
  • v 20:20 - Pr 24:20; Ex 21:17
  • w 20:21 - Pr 21:5; 23:5; 28:22
  • x 20:22 - Ps 37:7-9
  • y 20:23 - Lit A stone and a stone
  • z 20:23 - Pr 11:1; 20:10; Mc 6:11
  • { 20:24 - Pr 16:9,33; 19:21
  • | 20:25 - Nm 30:2; Dt 23:21; Ec 5:4-6
  • } 20:27 - Lit the chambers of the belly
  • ~ 20:27 - Pr 20:30; Ps 139:23
  •  20:29 - Pr 16:31; Lv 19:32
  • € 20:30 - Lit beatings the chambers of the belly