Proverb Source Danish



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    Wise Sayings


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    Better cross an angry man than a fasting man.

    Source: Danish
    Better half a loaf than none at all.

    Source: Danish
    Better in an old carriage than in a new ship.

    Source: Danish
    Better is the branch that bends, than the branch that breaks.

    Source: Danish
    Better is the evil known than the good which is yet to know.

    Source: Danish
    Better lose the anchor than the whole ship.

    Source: Danish
    Better make a short circuit than to wet your hose.

    Source: Danish
    Better no law, than law not enforced.

    Source: Danish
    Better one cow in peace than seven in trouble.

    Source: Danish
    Better something on the arm than all in the stomach.

    Source: Danish
    Better spare at the brim that at the bottom.

    Source: Danish
    Better suffer for truth, than prosper by falsehood.

    Source: Danish
    Better the child cry than the old man.

    Source: Danish
    Better the child cry, than the mother sigh.

    Source: Danish
    Better the world should know you as a sinner than God know you as a hypocrite.

    Source: Danish
    Better to ask twice than to lose your way once.

    Source: Danish
    Better to be a free bird than a captive king.

    Source: Danish
    Better to deny at once, than to promise long.

    Source: Danish
    Better to have something yourself, than to beg of your sister.

    Source: Danish
    Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.

    Source: Danish
    Better twice measured than once wrong.

    Source: Danish
    Better walk on wooden legs, than be carried on a wooden bier.

    Source: Danish
    Better walk unshackled in a green meadow, than be bound to a thorn-brush.

    Source: Danish
    Better weak beer than an empty cask.

    Source: Danish
    Better whole than patched in gold.

    Source: Danish
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