Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Falsehood never tires of going round about.

    Source: Danish
    Falsehood travels and grows.

    Source: Danish
    Falsehood, like a nettle, stings those who meddle with it.

    Source: Danish
    Falseness often lurks beneath fair hair.

    Source: Danish
    Fame and repute follow a man to the door.

    Source: Danish
    Father and mother are kind, but God is kinder.

    Source: Danish
    Faults are thick where love is thin.

    Source: Danish
    Favour and gifts disturb justice.

    Source: Danish
    Few have luck, all have death.

    Source: Danish
    Few there are that will endure a true friend.

    Source: Danish
    Few women turn grey because their husband dies.

    Source: Danish
    Few words are best.

    Source: Danish
    "Fie upon thee, how black thou art!" said the kettle to the saucepan.

    Source: Danish
    Fields have eyes and woods have ears.

    Source: Danish
    Fine linen often conceals scabby skin.

    Source: Danish
    Fine words butter no parsnips.

    Source: Danish
    Fine words without deeds go not far.

    Source: Danish
    Fingers were made before forks.

    Source: Danish
    Fire and straw soon make a flame.

    Source: Danish
    Fire and water are good servants but bad masters.

    Source: Danish
    Fish and guests smell at three days old.

    Source: Danish
    Fish and guests stink after three days.

    Source: Danish
    Flattery is sweet food for those who can swallow it.

    Source: Danish
    Flowers are the pledges of fruit.

    Source: Danish
    Follow the customs, or fly the country.

    Source: Danish
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