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The attractive external appearance of something is not a reliable indication of its true nature.
- ‘But in show business, all that glitters is not gold.’
- ‘It may be fake because all that glitters is not gold.’
- ‘Some of the actions of the party administration are beginning to show that all that glitters is not gold.’
- ‘But all that glitters is not gold and even as the models flash the latest trends, scratch the surface and ‘the glamour, gloss and glaze’ is replaced by hard-core business and hard work.’
- ‘Yet, in many cases, all that glitters is not gold.’
- ‘He is still young and the opportunities might look lucrative, but he should be reminded that all that glitters is not gold.’
- ‘Celluloid dreams, heroes and heroines, get real with compassionate message, as who else know best that all that glitters is not gold.’
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