Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    There is help for everything, except death.

    Source: Danish
    There is honor among thieves.

    Source: Danish
    There is no cure against a slanderer's bite.

    Source: Danish
    There is no fire without smoke.

    Source: Danish
    There is no fishing for trout in dry breeches.

    Source: Danish
    There is no need to blow what does not burn you.

    Source: Danish
    There is no need to fasten a bell to a fool, he is sure to tell his own tale.

    Source: Danish
    There is no use in blowing a fire that burns well.

    Source: Danish
    There is no virtue in a promise unless it be kept.

    Source: Danish
    There were never fewer nobles than when all would be so.

    Source: Danish
    There's many a knave concealed under a surplice.

    Source: Danish
    There\'s many a slip \'twixt cut and lip.

    Source: Danish
    There\'s many a slip, \'Twixt the cup and the lip.

    Source: Danish
    They brag most of their ancestors who are unworthy of them.

    Source: Danish
    They who do not wash well, do not bleach well.

    Source: Danish
    Those who climb high, often have a fall.

    Source: Danish
    Though the ass may carry a sack of gold, it nevertheless feeds on thistles.

    Source: Danish
    Though the bird may fly over your head, let it not make its nest in your hair.

    Source: Danish
    Though the bird's in the net It may get away yet.

    Source: Danish
    Though you teach a wolf the paternoster, he will say "Lamb! Lamb!"

    Source: Danish
    Though your enemy is the size of an ant, regard him as an elephant.

    Source: Danish
    Throw no stones at a sleeping dog.

    Source: Danish
    Throw not the child out with the bath.

    Source: Danish
    Throw not thy hatchet at the Lord, He will turn the sharp edge against thee.

    Source: Danish
    Thundershowers and great men's favour are always partial.

    Source: Danish
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