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976 Dutch Proverbs

Better reap two day too soon than one too late.

Better reap two days early than one day late.

Better return half way than lose yourself.

Better ride a good horse for a year, than an ass all your life.

Better squinting than blind.

Better stretch your hand than your neck.

Better twice remembered than once forgotten.

Better when birds sing than where irons ring.

Beware of a white Spaniard and a black Englishman.

Beware of an oak, it draws the stroke; avoid an ash, it counts the flash; creep under the thorn, it can save you from harm.

Beware of the man of two faces.

Biding makes thriving.

Big fish devour the little ones.

Big fish eat little fish.

Big fish spring out of the kettle.

Big fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite them, and little fleas have lesser fleas, and so ad infinitum.

Bird never flew so high but it had to come to the ground for food.

Bite me not, my name is little grizzle; had I a little tail I should be a little lion.

Black hens lays white eggs.

Black will take no other hue.

Blossoms are not fruits.

Blow first, and sip afterwards.

Borrowing brings care.

By falling we earn to go safely.

By falling we learn to go safely.