Proverb Source Danish



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    It is as bad to spit out the fire and be shamed, as it is to swallow it and be burnt.

    Source: Danish
    It is as cheap sitting as standing.

    Source: Danish
    It is as much intemperance to weep too much, as to laugh too much.

    Source: Danish
    It is as well to be naked as to have no covering.

    Source: Danish
    It is bad for puppies to play with bear-cubs.

    Source: Danish
    It is bad iron in which there is no steel.

    Source: Danish
    It is bad to be between two fires.

    Source: Danish
    It is bad to lean against a falling wall.

    Source: Danish
    It is best to be off with the old love before you are on with the new.

    Source: Danish
    It is best to be on the safe side.

    Source: Danish
    It is best to play with equals.

    Source: Danish
    It is best to trust to two anchors. [Have two strings to your bow.]

    Source: Danish
    It is better to buy dearly than to hunger direly.

    Source: Danish
    It is better to make conditions in the bush than in prison.

    Source: Danish
    It is better to scrape the cheese than to peel it.

    Source: Danish
    It is bitter fare to eat one's own words.

    Source: Danish
    It is dangerous to eat cherries with the great, they throw the stones at your head.

    Source: Danish
    It is dear-bought butter that is licked off a woolcomb.

    Source: Danish
    It is difficult to get many heads under one hat.

    Source: Danish
    It is difficult to hide what everybody knows.

    Source: Danish
    It is difficult to spit honey out of a mouth full of gall.

    Source: Danish
    It is difficult to tie an unborn horse to the manger.

    Source: Danish
    It is difficult to trap an old fox.

    Source: Danish
    It is discreditable to fly from a living enemy, or to abuse a dead one.

    Source: Danish
    It is easier to fill a rogue's belly than his eye.

    Source: Danish
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