5There be three things that mine heart feareth; and for the fourth I was sore afraid: the slander of a city, the gathering together of an unruly multitude, and a false accusation: all these are worse than death. 6But a grief of heart and sorrow is a woman that is jealous over another woman, and a scourge of the tongue which communicateth with all. 7An evil wife is a yoke shaken to and fro: he that hath hold of her is as though he held a scorpion. 8A drunken woman and a gadder abroad causeth great anger, and she will not cover her own shame.9The whoredom of a woman may be known in her haughty looks and eyelids. 10If thy daughter be shameless, keep her in straitly, lest she abuse herself through overmuch liberty. 11Watch over an impudent eye: and marvel not if she trespass against thee.