there is an exception to every rule

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Proverb[edit]

there is an exception to every rule

  1. Usually said in a situation when the rule is incorrect and unusable.

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  • Gregory Y. Titelman, Random House Dictionary of Popular Proverbs and Sayings, 1996, →ISBN, p. 322.