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Better Safe Than Sorry ( it is better to be careful than to risk making a big mistake ... )

"Better Safe Than Sorry"

"Better safe than sorry" (proverb) says that it is better to do something carefully ("safe") than to be careless and make a mistake that you are sad ("sorry") about later.

Example: "Should I bring my umbrella?" Reply: "Better safe than sorry." Answer: "Okay. I'll go get it."

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