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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Fittest place man can die, 716.
survival of the, 663, 773.
Fitting, done well and as is, 1029.
of self, rest is the, 716.
season is best, 880.
word He speeds, still the, 650.
Five fathom deep, healths, 105.
fathom under the Rialto, 554.
hundred friends, 419.
reasons why men drink, 979.
Five-words-long, jewels, 672.
Fixed fate free will, 228.
figure for the time, 155.
like a plant, 317.
my heart is, 1013.
star, name to every, 54.
Flag, death’s pale, 109.
freedom waves the fustian, 518.
has braved a thousand years, 514.
is known in every sea, 629.
nail to the mast her holy, 688.
of England, the meteor, 515.
of our stately battles, the, 748.
of our union forever, 609.
of the free heart’s hope, 574.
one land one heart, one, 690.
the sceptre all who meet obey, our, 550.
to haul down the American, 865.
unfurled, seemed to see our, 650.
Flame, adding fuel to the, 242.
freedom’s holy, 382.
if you nurse a, 516.
love’s devoted, 523.
love’s holy, 508.
nor public nor private, 332.
that lit the battle’s wreck, 570.
vital spark of heavenly, 334.
words so full of subtile, 196.
Flames, like thin, 769.
throng their paly, 92.
yet from those, no light, 223.
Flame-white secret forever, a, 837.
Flaming meteor, harmless, 261.
youth, 140.
Flanders received our yoke, 220.
swore terribly in, 378.
Flare of dreams, out of a red, 848.
the windy lights of autumn, 822.
Flash and outbreak of a fiery mind, 133.
is still the same, its, 610.
of the lightning, 561.
Flashes of merriment, 144.
of silence, occasional, 461.
Flashing brine, oh give me the, 714.
Flat and unprofitable, 128.
as pancakes, 173.
burglary as ever was committed, 53.
despair, our final hope is, 226.
sea sunk, in the, 244.
that’s, 86.
Flatter knaves, to, 290.
Neptune for his trident, 103.
Flattered, being then most, 111.
kings that, teach your, 683.
to tears this aged man, 575.
whom all the world hath, 26.
Flatterers besieged, by, 327.
he hates, 111.
Flattering painter, a, 399.
tale, hope told a, 869.
unction to your soul, 141.
word, with a, 836.
Flatteries without winking, dam treacherous, 730.
Flattery, I come not to hear such, 101.
imitation is the sincerest, 86.
is the food of fools, 290.
never lost on poet’s ear, 487.
soothe the cold ear of death, 384.
to name a coward, 463.
Flaunting extravagant quean, 442.
Flavour of mild decay, general, 691.
Flaw, it has no kind of, 801.
Flax, smoking, 1026.
Flaxen was his poll, 142.
Flea has smaller fleas, 290.
in his ear, 184, 957.
that’s a valiant, 91.
Fleas, great, have little, 290.
little fleas have lesser, 290.
that on him prey, 290.
Flecked the streets of Baltimore, 813.
Fled Him, I, 841.
I waked she, 252.
like a passing thought, 447.
murmuring, 234.
seven long years come and, 868.
Flee when no man pursueth, 1021.
Flees on feathered foot, 829.
Fleeing to ocean after its life, 716.
Fleet, all in the Downs the, 348.
is a glance of the mind, 416.
that such sweet things should be, 807.
Fleets beyond this iron world, 685.
ten thousand, 547.
Fleetest, brightest still the, 522.
Fleeting as bubbles, as gay and, 633.
as ’t is fair, 535.
breath, this life is a, 795.
is the estate of man, 939.
show, the world is all a, 524.
some, good, 394.
Flesh and blood can’t bear it, 351.
and blood, strong as, 477.
and blood, to ears of, 131.
and the devil, the world, 1042.
collop of thy own, 14.
fair and unpolluted, 144.
going the way of all, 181.
his virgin sword, 346.
how art thou fishified, 107.
is grass, all, 1026.
is heir to, the shocks that, 135.
is weak, but the, 1033.
little breath little, 935.
nor good red herring, 13.
of mine, this, 805.
of my flesh, 1004.
of thy flesh, 970.
one of the, 731.
service to the, 940.
take off my, 461.
that this too solid, would melt, 127.
 

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