Proverb Source Dutch



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    Wise Sayings


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    Wishes are the echo of a lazy will.

    Source: Dutch
    With a good name one may easily sin.

    Source: Dutch
    With honour and store, what would you more.

    Source: Dutch
    With the good we become good.

    Source: Dutch
    Woods have ears and fields have eyes.

    Source: Dutch
    Worldly good is ebb and flood.

    Source: Dutch
    You never know how a cow catches a rabbit.

    Source: Dutch
    You never know what you can do till you try.

    Source: Dutch
    You've got to stare the cat down out of the tree.

    Source: Dutch
    Young cats will mouse, young apes will louse.

    Source: Dutch
    Young folk, silly folk; old folk, cold folk.

    Source: Dutch
    Young folks think old folks to be fools, but old folks know young folks to be fools.

    Source: Dutch
    Young fools think that the old are dotards, but the old have forgotten more than the young fools know.

    Source: Dutch
    Young twigs may be bent, but not old trees.

    Source: Dutch
    Your friend lends and your enemy asks payment.

    Source: Dutch
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