Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    That's but an empty purse which is full of other men's money.

    Source: Danish
    Thaw reveals what has been hidden by snow.

    Source: Danish
    The absent are always to blame.

    Source: Danish
    The aged in council--the young in action.

    Source: Danish
    The anvil does not fear a good sledge-hammer.

    Source: Danish
    The belly gives no credit.

    Source: Danish
    The best advice is found on the pillow.

    Source: Danish
    The best manure is under the farmer's shoe.

    Source: Danish
    The bird once out of hand is hard to recover.

    Source: Danish
    The bow may be bent until it breaks.

    Source: Danish
    The branch is seldom better than the stem.

    Source: Danish
    The branch must be bent early that is to make a good crook.

    Source: Danish
    The child who gets a stepmother also gets a stepfather.

    Source: Danish
    The cock often crows without a victory.

    Source: Danish
    The corn that is taken to a bad mill. will be badly ground.

    Source: Danish
    The cow is milked, not the ox; the sheep is shorn, not the horse.

    Source: Danish
    The cow knows not what her tail is worth until she has lost it.

    Source: Danish
    The crow will find its mate.

    Source: Danish
    The curse on the hearth wounds the deepest.

    Source: Danish
    The customer is always right.

    Source: Danish
    The day is never so holy that the pot refuses to boil.

    Source: Danish
    The day is sure to come when the cow will want her tail.

    Source: Danish
    The dearer the child, the sharper must be the rod.

    Source: Danish
    The dog that is forced into the woods will not hunt many deer.

    Source: Danish
    The dog will not get free by biting his chain.

    Source: Danish
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