Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Speech is silver, but silence is golden.

    Source: Danish
    Speedy execution is the mother of good fortune.

    Source: Danish
    Stoop, and let it pass; the storm will have its way.

    Source: Danish
    Stop and smell the roses.

    Source: Danish
    Stop, look and listen.

    Source: Danish
    Strangers' meat is the greatest treat.

    Source: Danish
    Straws tell which way the wind blows.

    Source: Danish
    Suffering and patience, obedience and application, help the lowly born to honour.

    Source: Danish
    Take advice of a red-bearded man, and be gone.

    Source: Danish
    Take care of your geese when the fox preaches.

    Source: Danish
    Take help of many, advice of few.

    Source: Danish
    Take not your sickle to another man's corn.

    Source: Danish
    Tell nothing to thy friend which why enemy may not know.

    Source: Danish
    Ten noes are better then one lie.

    Source: Danish
    That bench is well adorned that is filled with virtuous women.

    Source: Danish
    That is poor help that helps you from the feather-bed to the straw.

    Source: Danish
    That is true which all men say.

    Source: Danish
    That may be soon done, which brings long repentance.

    Source: Danish
    That which comes with sin, goes with sorrow.

    Source: Danish
    That which has been eaten out of the pot cannot be put into the dish.

    Source: Danish
    That which has been thrown away has often to be begged for again.

    Source: Danish
    That which is stamped a penny will never be a pound.

    Source: Danish
    That which is unsaid, may be spoken; that which is said, cannot be unsaid.

    Source: Danish
    That which must be, will be.

    Source: Danish
    That which one most forehets soonest comes to pass.

    Source: Danish
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