Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    He is most cheated who cheats himself.

    Source: Danish
    He is most likely to spill who holds the vessel in his hand.

    Source: Danish
    He is my friend that grindeth at my mill.

    Source: Danish
    He is my friend that succoureth me, not he that pitieth me.

    Source: Danish
    He is nearest a thing, who has it in his hands.

    Source: Danish
    He is nearest to God who has the fewest wants.

    Source: Danish
    He is never likely to have a good thing cheap that is afraid to ask a price.

    Source: Danish
    He is no small knave who knows a great one.

    Source: Danish
    He is not a bad driver who knows how to turn.

    Source: Danish
    He is not yet born who can please everybody.

    Source: Danish
    He is young enough who has health, and he is rich enough who has no debts.

    Source: Danish
    He knocks boldly at the door who brings a welcome message.

    Source: Danish
    He knows best where the shoe pinches who wears it.

    Source: Danish
    He knows the water best who has waded through it.

    Source: Danish
    He loses least in a quarrel who keeps his tongue in cheek.

    Source: Danish
    He loves me as the devil loves holy water.

    Source: Danish
    He must be a clever host that would take the devil into his hostelry.

    Source: Danish
    He must be ill-favoured who scares the devil.

    Source: Danish
    He must be pure who would blame another.

    Source: Danish
    He must cry aloud who would scare the devil.

    Source: Danish
    He must have clean fingers who would blow another's nose.

    Source: Danish
    He must have iron fingers who would flay the devil.

    Source: Danish
    He must have much meal who would stop all mouths.

    Source: Danish
    He must have plenty of butter, who would stop everybody's mouth.

    Source: Danish
    He must keep a sharp look-out who would speak the truth.

    Source: Danish
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