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Dressed but naked

Proverb in the local language
عريان و لابس صديري
Proverb's direct translation
Naked, yet is wearing a waistcoat.
Proverb's meaning
A pretentious person who through his appearance attempts to give an impression of grandeur and importance.
Equivalent proverb
Fur coat and no knickers.
From: Sudan

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Africa Proverbs