Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    He must stand high that would see the end of his own destiny.

    Source: Danish
    He needs a long spoon that would eat out of the same dish with the devil.

    Source: Danish
    He runs heavily who is forced to run.

    Source: Danish
    He scolds most that can hurt the least.

    Source: Danish
    He sits well who can rise without help.

    Source: Danish
    He that bears the cross, blesses himself first.

    Source: Danish
    He that boasteth of himself affronteth his company.

    Source: Danish
    He that courts injury will obtain it.

    Source: Danish
    He that cuts above himself, will get splinters in his eye.

    Source: Danish
    He that dallies with his enemy gives him leave to kill him.

    Source: Danish
    He that dares not venture must not complain of ill luck.

    Source: Danish
    He that deals in dirt has ay foul fingers.

    Source: Danish
    He that desires but little has no need of much.

    Source: Danish
    He that does not save pennies, will never have pounds.

    Source: Danish
    He that does you a very ill turn will never forgive you.

    Source: Danish
    He that doth most at once doth least.

    Source: Danish
    He that drinks beer, thinks beer.

    Source: Danish
    He that has no money in his purse, should have fair words on his lips.

    Source: Danish
    He that hides is no better than he that steals.

    Source: Danish
    He that hires one garden eats birds; he that hires more than one will be eaten by the birds.

    Source: Danish
    He that holds is no better than he that scourges.

    Source: Danish
    He that inquires much, learns much.

    Source: Danish
    He that is once at sea, must either sail or sink.

    Source: Danish
    He that keeps out of harm's way will gather goodly riches.

    Source: Danish
    He that laughs at his ain joke spoils the sport o't.

    Source: Danish
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