"Better to remain silent and . . ."
Posted by R. Berg on August 22, 2001
In Reply to: Looking for Source posted by Don G. on August 22, 2001
: Does anyone know who said "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool that to speak and remove all doubt." I love that quote, but I don't know where it originated.
Often attributed to Mark Twain. Sometimes attributed to Socrates, George Eliot, Lincoln, and Confucius.