English version

butter wouldn’t melt in somebody’s mouth

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbutter wouldn’t melt in somebody’s mouthbutter wouldn’t melt in somebody’s mouthPRETENDused to say that someone seems to be very kind and sincere but is not really butter
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