Give the devil his due

This page is about the saying "Give the devil his due".

Possible interpretation: We should admit the good qualities of even a bad or undeserving person.

Note: devil (noun) = (in Jewish and Christian belief, usually "the Devil") the chief evil spirit or Satan; an evil or cruel person; a trouble-maker or self-willed person | due (noun) = what is deserved (by someone); what is owed (to someone)

Quick Quiz:

If we should "give the devil his due", we should praise even our enemy

a. when payment is overdue

b. when he does something praiseworthy

c. under no circumstances

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Contributor: Josef Essberger