Proverb Source Dutch



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    Wise Sayings


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    It's hard to catch hawks with empty hands.

    Source: Dutch
    It's ill jesting with edged tools.

    Source: Dutch
    It's ill speaking between a full man and a fasting.

    Source: Dutch
    It's ill waiting for dead men's shoes.

    Source: Dutch
    It's never too late.

    Source: Dutch
    It's no crime to steal from a thief.

    Source: Dutch
    It's pleasant to look on the rain, when one stands dry.

    Source: Dutch
    It's the empty can that makes the most noise.

    Source: Dutch
    It's the little things in life that count.

    Source: Dutch
    Labour warms, sloth harms.

    Source: Dutch
    Learn thou of learned men, th' unlearned of thee; for thus must knowledge propagated be.

    Source: Dutch
    Learn to creep before you run.

    Source: Dutch
    Let every one look to himself, and no one will be lost.

    Source: Dutch
    Let God's waters run over God's acres.

    Source: Dutch
    Let it roll; it will right itself.

    Source: Dutch
    Let lie what is too heavy to lift.

    Source: Dutch
    Let me get over the lake, and I have no fear of the brook.

    Source: Dutch
    Light gains make a heavy purse.

    Source: Dutch
    Like pot, like cover.

    Source: Dutch
    Like to like, Jack to Gill, a penny a pair.

    Source: Dutch
    Like will to like, be they poor or rich.

    Source: Dutch
    Little is done where many command.

    Source: Dutch
    Little leaks sink the ship.

    Source: Dutch
    Little pitchers have large ears.

    Source: Dutch
    Little strokes fell great oaks.

    Source: Dutch
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