Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Truth and folly dwell in the wine-cask.

    Source: Danish
    Truth is bitter food.

    Source: Danish
    Truth is God's daughter.

    Source: Danish
    Truth must be seasoned to make it palatable.

    Source: Danish
    Truth's cloak is often lined with lies.

    Source: Danish
    Two are the masters of one.

    Source: Danish
    Two may lie so as to hang a third.

    Source: Danish
    Under white ashes lie often glowing embers.

    Source: Danish
    Unwilling service earns no thanks.

    Source: Danish
    Unworthy offspring brag the most of their worthy descent.

    Source: Danish
    Vice is learnt without a schoolmaster.

    Source: Danish
    Vice is most dangerous when it puts on the garb of virtue.

    Source: Danish
    Vipers breed vipers.

    Source: Danish
    Virtue in the middle, said the Devil, when seated between two lawyers.

    Source: Danish
    Want and necessity break faith and oaths.

    Source: Danish
    Want of variety leads to satiety.

    Source: Danish
    Wanton kittens make sober cats.

    Source: Danish
    We are all well placed, said the cat, when she was seated on the bacon.

    Source: Danish
    We must bear our cross with patience, said the man when he took his wife on his back.

    Source: Danish
    We must eat a peck of dirt before we die.

    Source: Danish
    We must sow even after a bad harvest.

    Source: Danish
    We must suffer much, or die young.

    Source: Danish
    Weeds never die out.

    Source: Danish
    Weighty work must be done with few words.

    Source: Danish
    Welcome is the best cheer.

    Source: Danish
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