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Hungry Dogs

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Hungry dogs will eat dirty puddings.

“To the hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet.” (Prov. xxvii. 7.)

“When bread is wanting oaten cakes are excellent.”

Latin:

“Jejunus raro stomachus vulgaria temnit.” (Horace.)

French:


“A la faim il nʹy a point de mauvais pain.”

“A ventre affamé tout est bon.”

“Ventre affamé nʹa point dʹoreilles.”

Italian:


“Lʹasino chi a fame mangia dʹogni strame.”

German:


“Wem kase und brod nicht schmeckt, der ist nicht hungrig.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hundred-eyed (The)
Hundred-handed (The)
Hundred Miles (A)
Hundred Years War (The)
Hungarian
Hungary Water
Hunger seasons Food
Hungr (hunger)
Hungry
Hungry Dogs
Huniades, Hunniades, or Hunyady
Hunks
Hunt
Hunter
Hunter’s Moon (The)
Hunters and Runners
Hunting of the Hare
Hunting the Gowk
Hunting the Snark
Hunting two Hares