do not go out to argue your dispute too hastily;
otherwise, what will you do in the end
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“do not go out.” This phrase goes with the last stanza in Proverbs 25:7. The full verse is: “What your eyes have seen, do not go out to argue about too hastily.”

“in the end.” The “end” is the end of the dispute, after you have lost your case. This is not referring to the eschatological end, the Day of the Lord.

Commentary for: Proverbs 25:8