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    Wise Sayings


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    Beware of the person with two faces.
    Category: Hypocrisy Source: Dutch
    Froth is not beer.
    Category: Appearance and reality Source: Dutch
    A beggar's estate lies in all lands.

    Source: Dutch
    A beggar's hand is a bottomless basket.

    Source: Dutch
    A blind man may sometimes shoot a crow.

    Source: Dutch
    A brilliant daughter make a brittle wife.

    Source: Dutch
    A cat that meweth much catcheth but few mice.

    Source: Dutch
    A cock is valiant on his own dunghill.

    Source: Dutch
    A cow-year, a sad year; a bull-year, a glad year.

    Source: Dutch
    A daily guest is a great thief in the kitchen.

    Source: Dutch
    A dog with a bone knows no friends.

    Source: Dutch
    A flying crow always catches something.

    Source: Dutch
    A fool and his money are soon parted.

    Source: Dutch
    A fool may chance to say a wise thing.

    Source: Dutch
    A fool may give a wise man counsel.

    Source: Dutch
    A friend at one's back is a safe bridge.

    Source: Dutch
    A friend is better than money in the purse.

    Source: Dutch
    A friend's dinner is soon dressed.

    Source: Dutch
    A good fire makes a quick cook.

    Source: Dutch
    A good friend is better than silver and gold.

    Source: Dutch
    A good horse is worth his fodder.

    Source: Dutch
    A good name is better than oil (i.e. riches).

    Source: Dutch
    A great book is a great evil.

    Source: Dutch
    A guest, like a fish, stinks the third day.

    Source: Dutch
    A guilty conscience needs no accuser.

    Source: Dutch
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