Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    A small cloud may hide both sun and moon.

    Source: Danish
    A small fire that warms you, is better than a large one that burns you.

    Source: Danish
    A smooth tongue is better than smooth locks.

    Source: Danish
    A sow may find an acorn as well as a hog.

    Source: Danish
    A sow may whistle, though it has an ill mouth for it.

    Source: Danish
    A sparrow suffers as much when it breaks its leg as does a Flanders horse.

    Source: Danish
    A stepmother has a hard hand.

    Source: Danish
    A stern chase is a long chase.

    Source: Danish
    A thankless man never does a thankful deed.

    Source: Danish
    A thief does not willingly see another carry a basket.

    Source: Danish
    A thief thinks every man steals.

    Source: Danish
    A threatened man lives long, if he can get bread.

    Source: Danish
    A timid man has little chance.

    Source: Danish
    A tottering man must lean upon a staff.

    Source: Danish
    A truth-teller finds the doors closed against him.

    Source: Danish
    A truth-telling woman has few friends.

    Source: Danish
    A willing helper does not wait until he is asked.

    Source: Danish
    A wise falcon hides his talons.

    Source: Danish
    A wise head hath a close mouth to it.

    Source: Danish
    A wise head makes a close mouth.

    Source: Danish
    A wise lawyer never goes to law himself.

    Source: Danish
    A woman may be ever so old, if she take fire she will jump.

    Source: Danish
    A woman's first counsel is the best.

    Source: Danish
    A wound never heals so well that the scar cannot be seen.

    Source: Danish
    A young foal and an old horse draw not well together.

    Source: Danish
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