Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    What is got by begging is dearly bought.

    Source: Danish
    What is gotten over the devil's back is spent under his belly.

    Source: Danish
    What is play to the cat is death to the mouse.

    Source: Danish
    What is play to the strong is death to the weak.

    Source: Danish
    What is sweet in the mouth is not always good in the stomach.

    Source: Danish
    What you do yourself is well done.

    Source: Danish
    What you learn to your cost you remember long.

    Source: Danish
    What youth learns, age does not forget.

    Source: Danish
    What! give the lettuce in charge to the geese!

    Source: Danish
    When a man is in a sack, he must get out at the mouth or at the bottom.

    Source: Danish
    When a man is not liked, whatever he doth is amiss.

    Source: Danish
    When anger blinds the eyes, truth disappears.

    Source: Danish
    When cat and mouse agree, the farmer has no chance.

    Source: Danish
    When dirt comes to honour it know not what to be.

    Source: Danish
    When every man gets his own the devil gets nothing.

    Source: Danish
    When every one minds his own business the work is done.

    Source: Danish
    When fools go to market the huckster gets money.

    Source: Danish
    When fortune's chariot rolls easily, envy and shame cling to the wheels.

    Source: Danish
    When friends ask, there is no tomorrow.

    Source: Danish
    When I have money in my purse, I have food in my mouth.

    Source: Danish
    When it pours upon the parson, it drops upon the clerk.

    Source: Danish
    When it rains porridge the beggar has no spoon.

    Source: Danish
    When joy is in the parlour, sorrow is in the passage.

    Source: Danish
    When lazy horses begin to start, old women to dance, and white clouds to rain, there is no stopping them.

    Source: Danish
    When mistrust enters, love departs.

    Source: Danish
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