No one knows a son better than the father.

No one knows a son better than the father.  — The moral of this proverb, or a meaning could be Having spent decades with each other, family members know what type of persons each other are like. “Sons” and “fathers” also apply to the female equivalents. Used for character witness in a trial. Despite his/her denial, an honest parent can tell if their children are capable of heinous crimes, like murder. (This is a rough translation from a Chinese proverb)

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