What Does Every Dog Has Its Day Mean?


The old saying 'every dog has its day' is believed to mean that when someone does something wrong that one day something bad will fall upon them. It is said that this saying came from the old Greek days when Euripides was mauled by a pack of dogs.
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EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY - "According to the medieval Dutch scholar Erasmus, the saying came about as a result of the death of the Greek playwright Euripides, who in 405 B.C. was
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