Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.

    Source: Danish
    Hope is an egg of which one man gets the yolk, another the white, and a third the shell.

    Source: Danish
    Hope is the dream of the waking.

    Source: Danish
    Hope springs eternal.

    Source: Danish
    However high a bird may soar, it seeks its food on earth.

    Source: Danish
    Human blood is all of one colour.

    Source: Danish
    "I am a judge of cresses," said the peasant, as he was eating hemlock.

    Source: Danish
    I would rather see smoke from my own chimney than the fire on another's hearth.

    Source: Danish
    "I'll go myself," and "I'll see to it," are two good servants on a farm.

    Source: Danish
    Idleness is the devil's bolster.

    Source: Danish
    If a beard were all, the goat would be the winner.

    Source: Danish
    If a man has folly in his sleeve, it will be sure to peep out.

    Source: Danish
    If envy were a fever, all the world would be ill.

    Source: Danish
    If God bids thee draw, he will find thee a rope; if he bids thee ride, he will find thee a horse.

    Source: Danish
    If God give not bushelfuls, he gives spoonfuls.

    Source: Danish
    If it is to be luck, the bull may as well calve as the cow.

    Source: Danish
    If lies are to find credence, they must be patched with truth.

    Source: Danish
    If lies were Latin, there would be many learned men.

    Source: Danish
    If the beard were all, the goat might preach.

    Source: Danish
    If the best man's faults were written on his forehead, it would make him pull his hat over his eyes.

    Source: Danish
    If the hen did not cackle no one would know what she had been about.

    Source: Danish
    If thoughts were legal witnesses, many an honest man would be proved a rogue.

    Source: Danish
    If you cannot get the bird, get one of its feathers.

    Source: Danish
    If you cannot heal the wound, do not tear it open.

    Source: Danish
    If you have learnt to wait, you may be Queen of Sweden.

    Source: Danish
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