Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    If you play with the fool at home, he will play with you abroad.

    Source: Danish
    If you will stir up the mire, you must bear the smell.

    Source: Danish
    If you wish a thing done, go; if not, send.

    Source: Danish
    If you would catch a fox you must hunt with geese.

    Source: Danish
    Ill weeds grow the fastest and last the longest.

    Source: Danish
    In still water are the largest fish.

    Source: Danish
    In still water the worms are worst.

    Source: Danish
    In taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy; but in passing it over, he is superior.

    Source: Danish
    In the ant's house, the dew is a flood.

    Source: Danish
    In war it is best to tie your horse to a strange manger.

    Source: Danish
    It does not become the sparrow to mix in the dance of the cranes.

    Source: Danish
    It does not depend upon the dog when the horse shall die.

    Source: Danish
    It has been blowing hard--the dirt has been blown into high places.

    Source: Danish
    It is a bad hand that refuses to guard the head.

    Source: Danish
    It is a bad hen that lays her eggs away from the farm.

    Source: Danish
    It is a bad sheep that is too lazy to carry its own fleece.

    Source: Danish
    It is a bad well that need water to be carried to it.

    Source: Danish
    It is a base thing to tear a dead lion's beard off.

    Source: Danish
    It is a bold mouse that makes her nest in the cat's ear.

    Source: Danish
    It is a great art to laugh at you own misfortune.

    Source: Danish
    It is a lazy bird that will not build its own nest.

    Source: Danish
    It is a poor horse that is not worth his oats.

    Source: Danish
    It is a poor roast that gives no dripping.

    Source: Danish
    It is an ill turn that does no good to any one.

    Source: Danish
    It is an ill wind that blows nobody good.

    Source: Danish
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