Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Time is not tied to a post, like a horse to the manger.

    Source: Danish
    Time waits for no man.

    Source: Danish
    Time will tell.

    Source: Danish
    Time works wonders.

    Source: Danish
    To a friend\'s house the road is never long.

    Source: Danish
    To bait and to grease does not retard a journey.

    Source: Danish
    To be a fool at the right time is also an art.

    Source: Danish
    To circumstances and custom the law must yield.

    Source: Danish
    To cut into another's man's ear is like cutting into a felt hat.

    Source: Danish
    To give counsel to a fool is like throwing water on a goose.

    Source: Danish
    To God's council-chamber there is no key.

    Source: Danish
    To know the law and do the right are two things.

    Source: Danish
    To live long is to suffer long.

    Source: Danish
    To promise is easy, to keep is troublesome.

    Source: Danish
    To wait and be patient soothes many a pang.

    Source: Danish
    To withhold truth is to bury gold.

    Source: Danish
    To-day in gold, to-morrow in the mould.

    Source: Danish
    Too little and too much spoils everything.

    Source: Danish
    Too little, too late.

    Source: Danish
    Too many captains will sink the ship.

    Source: Danish
    Treachery and slander are long lived.

    Source: Danish
    Treachery lurks in honeyed words.

    Source: Danish
    Trust everybody, but thyself most.

    Source: Danish
    Trust not a skittish horse, nor a great lord, when they shake their heads.

    Source: Danish
    Trust not still water nor a silent man.

    Source: Danish
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