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"There are two ways we can go here - bark or bite."
"He won't bite, but he carries with him a large repository of judgements."
"His bark is worse than his bite."
"My bark is worse than my bite, and my bark is a sort of a yap."
'I think you'll find I said 'his bite is worse than his bark' actually.'
"He's fond of garlic, so his bark is much worse than his bite."
'We don't take any chances with visitors over. He's bark is pretty darn nasty.'
'His bark is worse than his bite, but it's pretty scary that he barks at all!'
"Take no notice of what people say - Your bark is NOT worse than your bite."