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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Flesh, thorn in the, 1038.
weariness of the, 1024.
will not out of the, 19.
will quiver, the, 312.
Fleshed thy maiden sword, 87.
Fleshpots, when we sat by the, 1005.
Flies an eagle flight, 109.
close mouth catches no, 973.
in amber, 168.
of estate and sunneshine, 204.
preyed on half-starved, 413.
the higher pitch, 93.
Flight, attained by sudden, 643.
brighten as they take their, 307.
confused alarms of struggle and, 753.
flies an eagle, 109.
of ages, once in the, 496.
of common souls, above the, 393.
of future days, 227.
of years, unmeasured by the, 497.
put old cares to, 794.
selfsame, the selfsame way, 60.
Flighty purpose never is o’ertook, 123.
Fling away ambition, 100.
but a stone the giant dies, 354.
it back upon an earlier time, 622.
its ancient splendors, 695.
Flings it a bone, 780.
Flint, everlasting, 107.
weariness can snore upon the, 160.
Flinty and steel couch of war, 151.
Flirtation depraves the appetite, 774.
that significant word, 353.
Flit across the narrow beach, 792.
Float along the moonlit floor, 613.
between earth and heaven, glories, 631.
double swan and shadow, 474.
Floats above the wrecks of time, 810.
Floating bulwark of our island, 392.
hair, 781, 832.
Flock however watched, no, 641.
just to drive a, to feed, 611.
tainted wether of the, 64.
Flocks, my father feeds his, 392.
of them come, 799.
Flogging in schools, 372.
Flood and field, accidents by, 150.
bridge that arched the, 615.
far murmur of the breaking, 824.
leap into this angry, 110.
of mortal ills prevailing, 956.
seems motionless as ice, yon, 473.
taken at the, 115.
Floods, bathe in fiery, 48.
my heart with delight, 857.
passions are likened best to, 25.
Flooding in the main, comes silent, 727.
Floor, float along the moonlit, 613.
modest front of this small, 259.
nicely sanded, 397.
of heaven is thick inlaid, 65.
shadow lies floating on the, 656.
wrought its ghost upon the, 655.
Floored with gemlike plains, 841.
Florence, ungrateful, 545.
Flounder, squat as a, 957.
Flourish in immortal youth, 299.
princes and lords may, 396.
Flourished, whilst bloody treason, 114.
Flourisheth in every soil, it, 695.
Flout the sky, banners, 115.
Flow, aids in the ebb-tide or, 718.
gently sweet Afton, 449.
how well so e’er it, 327.
in one down eternity’s river, 714.
like thee, could I, 257.
of soul, feast of reason and, 328.
Flows all that charms, 502.
in fit words, sense, 268.
the stream, 821.
where each, on unmingling, 761.
Flowed and opened new fountains, numbers, 597.
the tide, ebbed and, 646.
Flower, alike they’re needful to the, 630.
amaranthine, 482.
and bee, summer cometh with, 571.
born to blush unseen, 385.
bright consummate, 235.
bright golden, 245.
crimson, of battle blooms, 748.
dear common, 733.
death lurks in every, 535.
every, enjoys the air, 466.
every leaf and every, 235.
every opening, 302.
first, of the earth, 522.
gives scent to every, 414.
glistering with dew, 233.
herself a fairer, 232.
if life’s a, I choose my own, 611.
it fell upon a little western, 58.
lightly like a, 677.
look like the innocent, 117.
lovely little, is free, 487.
man a, he dies, 366.
meanest, that blows, 478.
near the lark’s nest, every, 486.
never loved a tree or, 778.
no daintie, or herbe, 28.
no sooner blown but blasted, 251.
no stronger than a, 162.
O fairest, 251.
of floures, 6.
of glorious beauty, 276.
of olden sanctities, 757.
of sweetest smell, 485.
of the field, as a, 1015.
of wickedness, 712.
of wifly patience, 4.
offered in the bud, 301.
passing all wisdom or its fairest, 622.
pleasure like the midnight, 520.
proved a beauteous, 106.
safety, pluck this, 84.
that sad embroidery wears, 248.
that smiles to-day, 202.
the sculptured, 573.
the splendid, 797.
tip-tilted like the petal of a, 678.
’t is but a little faded, 766.
up there came a, 771.
will bloom another year, 577.
 

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