Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Make use of the sun while it shines.

    Source: Danish
    Many a cow stands in the meadow and looks wistfully at the common.

    Source: Danish
    Many a fool might pass for a wise man if he would only keep his mouth shut.

    Source: Danish
    Many a man is a good friend but a bad neighbour.

    Source: Danish
    Many a mickle makes a muckle.

    Source: Danish
    Many a one would like to lay his own shame on another man's back.

    Source: Danish
    Many a sheep goes out woolly and comes home shorn.

    Source: Danish
    Many a thing whispered into one ear is heard over the whole town.

    Source: Danish
    Many dogs are the death of the hare.

    Source: Danish
    Many grains of sand will sink a ship.

    Source: Danish
    Many have too much, but none have enough.

    Source: Danish
    Many kiss the child for the nurse's sake.

    Source: Danish
    Many little rivulets make a great river.

    Source: Danish
    Many love to praise right and do wrong.

    Source: Danish
    Meddle with dirt and some of it will stick to you.

    Source: Danish
    Might and courage require wit in their suite.

    Source: Danish
    Might have gone further and have fared worse.

    Source: Danish
    Mischief comes soon enough.

    Source: Danish
    Misfortune seldom comes alone to the house.

    Source: Danish
    Money is more eloquent that a dozen members of parliament.

    Source: Danish
    Money saved is as good as money gained.

    Source: Danish
    More flies are caught with a drop of honey than with a barrel of vinegar.

    Source: Danish
    More people are slain by supper than by the sword.

    Source: Danish
    More people know Tom Fool than Tom Fool knows.

    Source: Danish
    More than enough is too much.

    Source: Danish
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