All That Glitters Is Not Gold

all that glitters is not gold

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[Today’s Quote Or Phrase]
William Shakespeare

Thoughtful Or Funny Variations
“All That Glitters Ain’t Gold”
The Spinners

“All That Shines Is Not Gold”
The Windjammers

(1) “Real Gold Is Not Afraid Of The Melting Pot”
(2) “Real Gold Does Not Fear The Furnace”
Chinese Proverbs

The History Or Definition Of Today’s Quote Or Phrase
The proverb “all that glitters is not gold” is believed to have been first used by William Shakespeare in
his popular play, [The Merchant of Venice]. It was published in 1595. Since it is a proverb, this phrase
is not typically used in everyday, spoken English. That said, this proverb is commonly used in writing,
and has been universally recognized… In other words, the proverb means that something may not be
as beneficial, profitable, or as valuable as it seems. It applies to business ventures, and everyday life.

all that glitters william shakespeare

PS: Panning for gold often results in finding pyrite, nicknamed fool’s gold, which reflects
much more light than real gold does. Gold in its raw form appears as dull and lusterless.

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