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we will all laugh at gilded butterflies


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(Expression) Expression from Shakespeare's "King Lear"; as gilded (meaning gold-coated) butterflies are unable to fly, their beauty and wealth are useless; a metaphor for royalty who are trapped within the royal court, or the wealthy who are trapped within their own lifestyle

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