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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Falsehoods which we spurn to-day, 651.
Falsely luxurious man, 355.
Falstaff sweats to death, 84.
Falter not for sin, 686.
to, would be sin, 717.
Falters, insanity of noble minds that never, 647.
Faltering as falls the dew, 833.
feet, 834.
Fame, above all Roman, 329.
and love of truth, desire of, 681.
and name and great men’s praise, 834.
blush to find it, 329.
church to God not to, 322.
damned to, 354.
damned to everlasting, 319.
death-bed of, 514.
earth sounds my, 344.
elates thee, while, 519.
family of, 501.
fool to, nor yet a, 327.
for a pot of ale, 91.
from the field of his, 563.
gives immortal, 311.
grant an honest, 333.
great heir of, 251.
hard to climb the steep of, 428.
hath created something of nothing, 222.
I slight, nor, 333.
I won a noble, 793.
is but a slow decay, 794.
is ephemeral, 938.
is no plant, 247.
is the scentless sunflower, 691.
is the spur, 247.
man who never knew taste of, 632.
martyrdom of, 552.
most infamous are fond of, 413.
no one shall work for, 854.
no, that wit could win, 834.
nor yet a fool to, 327.
nothing can cover his high, 198.
on lesser ruins built, 258.
over his living head, 565.
rich in barren, 344.
shade that follows wealth or, 402.
that comes after life, 936.
the pious fool outlives in, 296.
the rolls of, 345.
then was cheap, 275.
to give her features deathless, 763.
to patch up his, 412.
too fond of, 933.
too mighty such monopoly of, 189.
unknown to, 339.
unknown to fortune and to, 386.
what is, 794.
what is the end of, 556.
what rage for, 431.
Fame’s eternal bead-roll, 28.
eternal camping ground, 866.
illusive light, 767.
ladder, ascended, 723.
proud temple, 428.
Familiar as his garter, 91.
as household words, 92.
Familiar as the rose in spring, 938.
be thou, but not vulgar, 129.
beast to man and signifies love, 45.
beauty soon grows, 298.
but not coarse, 369.
clothing the palpable and, 504.
creature, good wine is a, 152.
faces, the old, 509.
friend, mine own, 1043.
with her face, 317.
with his hoary locks, 598.
Familiarity breeds contempt, 898.
contempt upon, 45.
Familiarly talks of roaring lions, 78.
Families, accidents occur in best regulated, 701.
but two, in the world, 975.
most ancient, 190.
of fame, all the, 501.
of yesterday, 286.
Family, children of one, 302.
father of a, 934.
Famine, his, should be filled, 229.
is in thy cheeks, 108.
philanthropists in time of, 612.
they that die by, 283.
thirst, bereavement, 783.
Famous by my pen, 257.
by my sword, 257.
found myself, 560.
founders of civilization, 531.
orators repair, thence to the, 241.
to all ages, 254.
victory, it was a, 507.
Famoused for fight, 161.
Fan, brain him with his lady’s, 84.
me while I sleep, 418.
Fanatic faith wedded fast, 525.
Fancied that Deity ever vindictively, 657.
Fancies do we affect, sad, 483.
men’s more giddy, 75.
thick-coming, 125.
Fancy bred, where is, 63.
bright-eyed, 382.
by hopeless, feigned, 673.
Christ mistaken, fools who, 728.
chuckle, make one’s, 266.
deemed was only truth, my, 662.
draws, gives a glimpse and, 378.
fed, hope is theirs by, 381.
food of sweet and bitter, 71.
free, maiden meditation, 58.
his imperial, 457.
home-bound, 606.
in, we played, 653.
like the finger of a clock, 420.
most excellent, 144.
motives of more, 74.
not expressed in, 130.
painted her, all my, 868.
reason virtue, 357.
warless men, who can, 683.
whispers of, 367.
working spells, aggressive, 816.
young man’s, 668.
youthful poet’s, 301.
Fancy’s child, Shakespeare, 249.
 

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