Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Much broth is sometimes made with little meat.

    Source: Danish
    Much noise and little wool, said the devil, when he was shearing the sow.

    Source: Danish
    Much water runs by while the miller sleeps.

    Source: Danish
    National customs are national honours.

    Source: Danish
    Never let fools see half-finished work.

    Source: Danish
    Never repent a good action.

    Source: Danish
    New comers are always welcome.

    Source: Danish
    New dishes beget new appetites.

    Source: Danish
    New songs are liked the best.

    Source: Danish
    New things are most looked at.

    Source: Danish
    No and yes cause long disputes.

    Source: Danish
    No answer is also an answer.

    Source: Danish
    No is a good answer when given in time.

    Source: Danish
    No man is so tall that he need never stretch, and none so small that he need never stoop.

    Source: Danish
    No man limps because another is hurt.

    Source: Danish
    No man looks for another in a sack, unless he has been there him himself.

    Source: Danish
    No man sees his shadow who faces the sun.

    Source: Danish
    No one can be caught in places he does not visit.

    Source: Danish
    No one can see into another further than his teeth.

    Source: Danish
    No one falls low unless he attempt to climb high.

    Source: Danish
    No one gets into trouble without his own help.

    Source: Danish
    No one is rich enough to do without his neighbour.

    Source: Danish
    No one knows the parson better than the clerk.

    Source: Danish
    No one knows what a day may bring forth.

    Source: Danish
    No one knows what the dinner was after the plates have been washed.

    Source: Danish
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