Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    As the man is, so is his speech.

    Source: Danish
    As the master is, so are his men.

    Source: Danish
    As the old ones sing, the young ones twitter.

    Source: Danish
    As the saying goes.

    Source: Danish
    As the virtue in the tree, such is the fruit.

    Source: Danish
    As water runs towards the sword money towards the rich man's hand.

    Source: Danish
    Ask advice of your equals, help of your superiors.

    Source: Danish
    At court they sell a good deal of smoke without fire.

    Source: Danish
    Bad is never good until worse happens.

    Source: Danish
    Beauty carries its dower in its face.

    Source: Danish
    Beauty draws with a single hair.

    Source: Danish
    Beauty is a fading flower.

    Source: Danish
    Beauty without virtue is like a rose without scent.

    Source: Danish
    Before a man learns to hang he is half dead.

    Source: Danish
    Better a friend's bite than an enemy's caress.

    Source: Danish
    Better a little furniture than an empty house.

    Source: Danish
    Better a little in peace and with right, than much with anxiety and strife.

    Source: Danish
    Better a poor horse than an empty stall.

    Source: Danish
    Better a salt herring on your own table, than a fresh pike on another man's.

    Source: Danish
    Better an open enemy than a false friend.

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    Better ask twice than lose your way once.

    Source: Danish
    Better be convinced by words than by blows.

    Source: Danish
    Better blow hard than burn yourself.

    Source: Danish
    Better coarse cloth than naked thighs.

    Source: Danish
    Better come late to church than never.

    Source: Danish
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