Proverb Source Dutch



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    Wise Sayings


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    Every little helps to lighten the freight, said the captain, as he threw his wife overboard.

    Source: Dutch
    Every little helps.

    Source: Dutch
    Every man his own is not too much.

    Source: Dutch
    Every man is master in his own house.

    Source: Dutch
    Every man thinks his own owl a falcon.

    Source: Dutch
    Every one is a preacher under the gallows.

    Source: Dutch
    Every one is a thief in his own craft.

    Source: Dutch
    Every one must row with the oars he has.

    Source: Dutch
    Every shot does not bring down a bird.

    Source: Dutch
    Every why has its wherefore.

    Source: Dutch
    Everything has a wherefore.

    Source: Dutch
    Everything has an end except God.

    Source: Dutch
    Everything has two handles (or two sides).

    Source: Dutch
    Evil words corrupt good manners.

    Source: Dutch
    Fair money can cover mush that's foul.

    Source: Dutch
    Fair play's a jewel.

    Source: Dutch
    Far fetched and dear bought is meat for ladies.

    Source: Dutch
    First a turnip, then a sheep; next a cow, and then the gallows.

    Source: Dutch
    First catch your hare, then cook it.

    Source: Dutch
    First catch your hare.

    Source: Dutch
    Folly hath eagle's wings, but the eyes of an owl.

    Source: Dutch
    Fools are free all the world over.

    Source: Dutch
    Fools ask questions that wise men cannot answer.

    Source: Dutch
    Fools ask what's o'clock, but wise men know their time.

    Source: Dutch
    Fools build house and wise men live in them.

    Source: Dutch
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