Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Chop, and you will have splinters.

    Source: Danish
    Correction is good when administered in time.

    Source: Danish
    Counsel after action is like rain after harvest.

    Source: Danish
    Crooked iron may be straightened with a hammer.

    Source: Danish
    Cunning has little honour.

    Source: Danish
    Damage suffered makes you knowing, but seldom rich.

    Source: Danish
    Daylight will come, though the cock do not crow.

    Source: Danish
    Death does not blow a trumpet.

    Source: Danish
    Deceit and treachery make no man rich.

    Source: Danish
    Deceit is in haste, but honesty can wait a fair leisure.

    Source: Danish
    Deep draughts, and long morning slumbers, soon make a man poor.

    Source: Danish
    Deep rivers move with silent majesty, shallow brooks are noisy.

    Source: Danish
    Despise not a small wound, a poor kinsman, or an humble enemy.

    Source: Danish
    Diligent work makes a skilful workman.

    Source: Danish
    Distrust is poison to friendship.

    Source: Danish
    Do as others do, and few will mock you.

    Source: Danish
    Do as you would be done by.

    Source: Danish
    Do good to a knave, and pray God he may not do the same to thee.

    Source: Danish
    Do not judge the dog by his hairs.

    Source: Danish
    Do not judge your friend until you stand in his place.

    Source: Danish
    Do not put in more warp than you can weave.

    Source: Danish
    Do not wade where you see no bottom.

    Source: Danish
    Don't sell the skin till you have caught the fox.

    Source: Danish
    Drive not away what never came near you.

    Source: Danish
    Drive not too many ploughs at once, some will make foul work.

    Source: Danish
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