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    Wise Sayings


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    Death keeps no almanack.

    Source: Dutch
    Deep swimmers and high climbers seldom die in their beds.

    Source: Dutch
    Do you speak English? (Meaning, Have you got any money?)

    Source: Dutch
    Dogs have teeth in all countries.

    Source: Dutch
    Dogs that bark at a distance bite not at hand.

    Source: Dutch
    Dominies come for your wine, and officers for your daughters.

    Source: Dutch
    Don't buy a pig in a poke.

    Source: Dutch
    Don't cry herrings till they are in the net.

    Source: Dutch
    Don't cry holloa! till you're out of the bush.

    Source: Dutch
    Don\'t cry holloa! till you\'re over the bridge.

    Source: Dutch
    Don\'t sell the bearskin before the bear is dead.

    Source: Dutch
    Don\'t sell the skin till you\'ve caught the bear.

    Source: Dutch
    Don\'t throw away your own shoes till you have got new ones.

    Source: Dutch
    Don't throw the handle after the bill.

    Source: Dutch
    Don't yoke the plough before the horses.

    Source: Dutch
    Don\'t yoke the plough before the horses.

    Source: Dutch
    Eat bread that's light, and cheese by weight.

    Source: Dutch
    Empty vessels make the most sound.

    Source: Dutch
    Envy crieth of spite where honour rideth.

    Source: Dutch
    Escaping from the smoke he falls into the fire.

    Source: Dutch
    Even hares pull a lion by the beard when he is dead.

    Source: Dutch
    Every bird sings as it is beaked.

    Source: Dutch
    Every day a thread makes a skein in the year.

    Source: Dutch
    Every flood has it ebb.

    Source: Dutch
    Every house has its cross.

    Source: Dutch
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