Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    You can judge a man by the company he keeps.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot drink and whistle at the same time.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot have peace longer than your neighbour chooses.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot have your cake and eat it.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot make a good archbishop out of a rogue.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot make a good hunting-horn of a pig\'s tail.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot pull hard with a broken rope.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot sail as you would, but as the wind blows.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot serve God and mammon.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot shear the sheep closer than the skin.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot shift an old tree without it dying.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot take a cow from a man who has none.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot take a shirt from a naked man.

    Source: Danish
    You may always find an opportunity in your sleeve, if you like.

    Source: Danish
    You may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb.

    Source: Danish
    You may call that your own which no one can take from you.

    Source: Danish
    You may cook in small pots aw well as in large ones.

    Source: Danish
    You may force a horse to the water, but you cannot make him drink.

    Source: Danish
    You may force a man to shut his eyes, but not to sleep.

    Source: Danish
    You may force an ox to the water, but you cannot make him drink.

    Source: Danish
    You may gain by fair words what may fail you by angry ones.

    Source: Danish
    You may get something off a bone, but nothing off a stone.

    Source: Danish
    You may light another\'s candle at your own without loss.

    Source: Danish
    You may often feel that heavily on your back which you took lightly on your conscience.

    Source: Danish
    You may preach ever so long to the wolf, he will nevertheless call for the lamb before night.

    Source: Danish
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