Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Drive the nail that will go.

    Source: Danish
    Dry wood makes a quick fire.

    Source: Danish
    Dull scissors make crooked-mouthed tailors.

    Source: Danish
    Earnestness and sport go well together.

    Source: Danish
    Eggs and oaths are easily broken.

    Source: Danish
    Empty barrels give the most sound.

    Source: Danish
    Empty waggons make most noise.

    Source: Danish
    Enough is great riches.

    Source: Danish
    Envy does not enter an empty house.

    Source: Danish
    Envy is its own torturer.

    Source: Danish
    Envy was never a good spokesman.

    Source: Danish
    Even a small star shines in the darkness.

    Source: Danish
    Even clever hens sometimes lay their eggs among nettles.

    Source: Danish
    Even crumbs are bread.

    Source: Danish
    Even doubtful accusations leave a stain behind them.

    Source: Danish
    Even he gets on who is drawn by oxen.

    Source: Danish
    Even that fish may be caught that strives the hardest against it.

    Source: Danish
    Every bird needs its own feathers.

    Source: Danish
    Every day has its evening.

    Source: Danish
    Every day hath its night, every weal its woe.

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    Every foal is not like its sire.

    Source: Danish
    Every fool can find faults that a great many wise men can't remedy.

    Source: Danish
    Every fool thinks he is clever enough.

    Source: Danish
    Every fox looks after his own skin.

    Source: Danish
    Every life has its joy, every joy its law.

    Source: Danish
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