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    Wise Sayings


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    He invites future injuries who rewards past ones.

    Source: Dutch
    He is a man as a book.

    Source: Dutch
    He is an aristocrat in folio.

    Source: Dutch
    He is an essence of scoundrels.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as easily caught as a hare with drums.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as good a Catholic as Duke Alva's dog; who ate flesh in Lent.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as good a divine as Judas was an apostle.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as poor as Job.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as sharp as a leaden dagger.

    Source: Dutch
    He is as welcome as the first day in Lent. (Alluding to fastday.)

    Source: Dutch
    He is no merchant who always gains.

    Source: Dutch
    He is noble who performs noble deeds.

    Source: Dutch
    He is nobody's enemy but his own.

    Source: Dutch
    He is of the race of Johnny Van Cleeve; who would always much rather have than give.

    Source: Dutch
    He is so wise, that he goes upon the ice three days before it freezes.

    Source: Dutch
    He is too idle to fetch his breath.

    Source: Dutch
    He is too stupid to be trusted alone by the fire.

    Source: Dutch
    He is too stupid to be trusted alone by the fire.

    Source: Dutch
    He keeps his word, as the sun keeps butter.

    Source: Dutch
    He lays his eggs beside his nest.

    Source: Dutch
    He lives in the land of promise.

    Source: Dutch
    He lives long who lives well.

    Source: Dutch
    He lords it (or swaggers) like an eel in a tub.

    Source: Dutch
    He means well, but has a bad way of showing it.

    Source: Dutch
    He measures others by his own standard.

    Source: Dutch
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