Woe unto him that gives his neighbor drink, that presses your wineskin to him, and makes him drunk also, that you may look on his nakedness!
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George Leo Haydock
Wo. All this may refer to the king of Egypt, who deceived Joakim, Sedecias (Calmet)
Septuagint, "O, he who giveth drink to his neighbour, a cruel overthrow, and who maketh "
Nakedness. Septuagint, "caverns "deluding him, so that his places of retreat become useless. (Haydock)
The Jews relate that Sedecias was intoxicated, and then acted with indecency. (St. Jerome)
But these accounts deserve little credit.