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|Crossword Clue||What catches more flies than vinegar in a saying|
|Crossword Clue Explanation||In a saying, the phrase “you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar” means that being kind and gentle is more effective in persuading others than being harsh or aggressive. Honey is a sweet substance produced by bees and is often used as a natural sweetener and condiment.|
|Clue Category||Food and Drink|
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