Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Every light hath its shadow.

    Source: Danish
    Every little fish expects to become a whale.

    Source: Danish
    Every little helps, said the sow, when she snapped at a gnat.

    Source: Danish
    Every man carries an enemy in his own bosom.

    Source: Danish
    Every man has his liking.

    Source: Danish
    Every man has his lot, and a wide world before him.

    Source: Danish
    Every man is the architect of his own fortune.

    Source: Danish
    Every man likes his own praise best.

    Source: Danish
    Every man must carry his own sack to the mill.

    Source: Danish
    Every man must go to the mill with his own sack.

    Source: Danish
    Every one finds sin sweet and repentance bitter.

    Source: Danish
    Every one rakes the fire under his own pot.

    Source: Danish
    Every one sees his smart coat, no one sees his shrunken belly.

    Source: Danish
    Every one tries to cross the fence where it is lowest.

    Source: Danish
    Every tub must stand on its own bottom.

    Source: Danish
    Every wind is against a leaky ship.

    Source: Danish
    Everything has an end--except a sausage, which has two.

    Source: Danish
    Everything has an end.

    Source: Danish
    Evil is soon done, but slowly mended.

    Source: Danish
    Evil must be driven out by evil.

    Source: Danish
    Evil wastes itself.

    Source: Danish
    Eye-service is the courtier's art.

    Source: Danish
    Faint praise is akin to abuse.

    Source: Danish
    Fair words please the fool, and sometimes the wise.

    Source: Danish
    Falsehood is the Devil's daughter, and speaks her father's tongue.

    Source: Danish
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