it's basically a metaphore. The tongue is a 'weapon' used to hurt people wit words but it doesn't physically hurt them it emotionally hurts them, which is where the "though it draws no blood" comes in. Ya see what I mean?
Words can hurt although they do not draw blood by physical harm.
It means that although your words cause no physical harm to someone, insults and mean remarks can hurt someone just as painfully.
It Means You Can Hurt A Person With Your Words Without Physically Hurting Them
meaning you can be hurtful with your words
It basically refers to the tongue or the mouth which represents someone wit or verbal skills as a weapon that can cause severe damage, but that damage is done to the other parties mind and spirit, not there body which is represented by the blood.
In simple terms... words can hurt someones feelings.
It means that words can be hurtful just as a knife can.
It's simply a metaphor relating hurtful words we say to the sharpness of a blade.
People can say things that hurt others mentally.
Blades hurt people physically.
I hope this makes since.
to be careful about what u r talking about
well, the mouth is an evil thing you know, so if you are using it improperly you might hurt someone unconcsiously..
it means that words can hurt a person immensely.but in this war of words there is no bloodshed.did u no that things u speak are remembered more than the actios u do??
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