Vs. 26 She speaks with wisdom , and faithful instruction is on her tongue.
Old English idelnes "frivolity, vanity, emptiness; vain existence;" see idle + -ness . Old English expressed the idea we attach to in vain by in idelnisse . Spenser, Scott, and others use idlesse to mean the same thing in a positive, pleasant sense.
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View all books of the Bible CHAPTER 31 1 The words of Lemuel, king of Massa, * the instruction his mother taught him:
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