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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Angels trumpet-tongued, 118.
unawares, entertained, 1040.
visits like those of, 355.
wake thee, all, 367.
weep, make the, 48.
weep, tears such as, 225.
with us unawares, 771.
would be gods, 316.
Angel’s face shyned bright, 27.
tear, passage of an, 576.
wing, dropped from an, 484.
wing, feather pluckt from an, 484.
wings, clip an, 574.
Angels’ keeping, 779.
ken, far as, 223.
lips, might tempt, 807.
music, ’t is, 205.
visits short and bright, 281.
whisper, accent of an, 814.
Angelic songs are swelling, 717.
Angelical, fiend, 107.
Anger, biting for, 222.
he that is slow to, 1019.
is like a full-hot horse, 98.
is one of the sinews of the soul, 222.
more in sorrow than, 128.
of his lip, contempt and, 76.
of lovers, 894.
Angle, a brother of the, 207.
Angler, if he be an honest, 208.
no man is born an, 206.
now with God, excellent, 208.
Anglers or very honest men, 208.
Angling, be quiet and go a, 208.
deserves commendations, 207.
innocent recreation, 208.
is somewhat like poetry, 207.
like mathematics, 206.
like virtue, 207.
wagered on your, 158.
Angling-rod, a sturdy oak his, 217.
Angry, be ye, and sin not, 1039.
flood, into this, 110.
heaven is not always, 289.
passions rise, never let your, 302.
reckon the days you have not been, 931.
repeat the four-and-twenty letters when, 921.
roar, contend with, 700.
Anguish, another’s, 104.
calmly bear, can every, 665.
here tell your, 524.
hopeless, poured his groan, 366.
keeps the heavy gate, 836.
wring the brow, 490.
Angularity of facts, 618.
Animal, happiness of the rational, 941.
man is a noble, 219.
man is a two-legged, 949.
self-preservation of an, 950.
Animals is justifiable, experiment on, 663.
Animated bust or storied urn, 384.
only by faith and hope, 369.
torrid-zone, thou, 617.
Animosity, intoxicated with, 603.
Anise and cumin, 1032.
Ann Hathaway hath a way, 876.
Ann’s suitor, think you are, 838.
Anna whom three realms obey, 326.
Annals are not written, whose, 584.
of the poor, 384.
writ your, true, 103.
Anne, yes by Saint, 75.
Annihilate space and time, 330.
Annihilating all that’s made, 263.
die, cannot but by, 236.
Annihilation, man not doomed to complete, 663.
Announce a life that shall be copious, 745.
the great individual, I, 745.
Annoy, to-day whatever may, 845.
Annual expenditure nineteen nineteen, 701.
income twenty pounds, 701.
Anointed king, balm from an, 81.
rail on the Lord’s, 97.
sovereign of sighs and groans, 55.
Another and a better world, 991.
and the same, 481.
horse, give me, 97.
I’m an owl you’re, 723.
if it enrich not the heart of, 643.
man’s doxy, 1050.
man’s ground, built on, 45.
rock would crown the work, 704.
setteth up, 1013.
story, 853.
yet the same, 331.
Another’s and another’s, 514.
eyes, to choose love by, 57.
face commend, 377.
sword laid him low, 514.
woe, to feel, 334.
Answer a fool, 1020.
a wise man with silence, 916.
all things faithfully, 66.
echoes answer, 672.
him ye owls, 331.
me in one word, 70.
not every question, 897.
soft, turneth away wrath, 1018.
the better, 52.
ye evening tapers, 689.
Answers till a husband cools, never, 321.
Answered you last night, yes I, 658.
Ant, go to the, thou sluggard, 1017.
Ants entombed, 168.
Antagonist is our helper, our, 411.
Antagoras boiling a conger, 918.
Ante-room of hell, God-forsaken, 728.
Ant-heap, one small, 843.
Anthem, the pealing, 384.
Anthems, singing of, 88.
Anthosmial divine, sweet apples, 635.
Anthropophagi, the, 150.
Antic, old father, the law, 82.
round, while you perform your, 123.
Anticipate the past, 440.
seldom occurs, what we, 628.
Antidote, bane and, 299.
some sweet oblivious, 125.
 

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