Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Power often goes before talent.

    Source: Danish
    Praise a fair day in the evening.

    Source: Danish
    Praise a fool, and you may make him useful.

    Source: Danish
    Praise borrowed from ancestors is but very sorry praise.

    Source: Danish
    Praise is not pudding.

    Source: Danish
    Praise is the hire of virtue.

    Source: Danish
    Praise paves the way to friendship.

    Source: Danish
    Praise the child, and you make love to the mother.

    Source: Danish
    Precipitate counsel--perilous deed.

    Source: Danish
    Pretty children sing pretty songs.

    Source: Danish
    Profit is better than fame.

    Source: Danish
    Promises and undressed cloth are apt to shrink.

    Source: Danish
    Put your hand quickly to your hat, and slowly in your purse, and you will take no harm.

    Source: Danish
    Quick and well seldom go together.

    Source: Danish
    Rain comes oft after sunshine, and after a dark cloud a clear sky.

    Source: Danish
    Rather the egg to-day than the hen to-morrow.

    Source: Danish
    Rats and conquerors must expect no mercy in misfortune.

    Source: Danish
    Reconciled friendship is like a badly healed wound.

    Source: Danish
    Relatives are the worst friends, said the fox as the dogs took after him.

    Source: Danish
    Rest is good after the work is done.

    Source: Danish
    Riches and favour go before wisdom and art.

    Source: Danish
    Riches are often abused, but never refused.

    Source: Danish
    Riches breed care, poverty is safe.

    Source: Danish
    Rust consumes iron, and envy consumes itself.

    Source: Danish
    Sail while the breeze blows, wind and tide wait for no man.

    Source: Danish
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