Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    He that lies down with the dogs, will get up with fleas.

    Source: Danish
    He that lives in hope dances to an ill tune.

    Source: Danish
    He that lives on hope has but a slender diet.

    Source: Danish
    He that lives upon hope will die fasting.

    Source: Danish
    He that performs his own errand saves the messenger's hire.

    Source: Danish
    He that says what he should not, will hear what he would not.

    Source: Danish
    He that sings himself is the best pleased.

    Source: Danish
    He that touches pitch defiles himself.

    Source: Danish
    He that touches pitch shall be defiled.

    Source: Danish
    He that wants to hang a dog, is sure to find a rope.

    Source: Danish
    He that wants to hang a dog, says that it bites the sheep.

    Source: Danish
    He that was born under a three-halfpenny planet shall never be worth twopence.

    Source: Danish
    He that you seat upon your shoulder will often try to get upon your head.

    Source: Danish
    He who abuses others must not be particular about the answer he gets.

    Source: Danish
    He who builds according to every man's advise will have a crooked house.

    Source: Danish
    He who can sit upon a stone and feed himself should not move.

    Source: Danish
    He who can't get bacon, must be content with cabbage.

    Source: Danish
    He who comes first to the mill is first served.

    Source: Danish
    He who despises small things seldom grows rich.

    Source: Danish
    He who does look before him, must take misfortune for his earnings.

    Source: Danish
    He who feeds a wolf, strengthens his enemy.

    Source: Danish
    He who feeds the hen out to have the egg.

    Source: Danish
    He who feels himself scabby, let him scratch.

    Source: Danish
    He who flees, proves himself guilty.

    Source: Danish
    He who has a glass roof on his own house, must not throw stones at others.

    Source: Danish
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