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there’s no smoke without fire

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere’s no smoke without firethere’s no smoke without fire (also where there’s smoke there’s fire) spokenTRUERUMOUR/RUMOR used to say that if something bad is being said about someone, it is probably partly true smoke
Examples from the Corpus
there’s no smoke without fireAnd if you believe there's no smoke without fire, Sean Young must be a towering inferno.But there's no smoke without fire.
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