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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Giants in the earth, 1004.
Giant’s strength, excellent to have a, 48.
unchained strength, 572.
Giant-dwarf Dan Cupid, 55.
Gibber, squeak and, 126.
Gibbets for the man, than cells and, 724.
keep in awe, 311.
unloaded all the, 86.
Gibes, where be your, 144.
Giddy and unfirm, our fancies are more, 75.
and unseen, 89.
paced times, 75.
with clover, crowds of bees, 749.
Gift for my fair, found out a, 380.
heaven’s last best, 235.
horse in the mouth, 11, 211, 957.
is as a precious stone, 1019.
of beauty, the fatal, 545.
of fortune, well-favoured man is a, 51.
of heaven, good sense the, 322.
of heaven, moderation the, 884.
of noble origin, 474.
of poesy, heavenly, 270.
of tears, 804.
that no philosophy can lift, 486.
to fools avail, what, 344.
to know it, they have the, 68.
which God has given, 488.
Gifts and dispensations, 212.
await no, from chance, 754.
death craves not only, 882.
of a bad man, 884.
of freedom, to waste the, 798.
of the world, 66.
rich, wax poor, 136.
seven hundred pounds is good, 45.
take all the, 790.
that took all eyes, 616.
Gifted poet, this the most, 726.
with egotistical imagination, 625.
Giftie gie us, 488.
Gig, crew of the captain’s, 800.
Gigantically down, death looks, 654.
Gild refined gold paint the lily, 79.
the vernal morn, 424.
Gilded fool, thinks better of a, 181.
Gilead, balm in, 1027.
Gill shall dance, 199.
Gilpin long live he, 417.
Gilt, dust that is a little, 102.
o’erdusted, more laud than, 102.
Gineral C. is a dreffle smart man, 735.
Ginger shall be hot in the mouth, 75.
Gingerly, as, 1044.
Gipsy, Dame Fortune is a fickle, 609.
Gird thee up anew, soul, 829.
Girdeth on his harness, 1008.
Girdle of the year, starry, 513.
round about the earth, 58.
round about the world, 36.
Girl, then spoke I to my, 201.
unschooled unpractised, 64.
Girls, be courted in your, 406.
between two, 93.
Girls, golden lads and, 160.
rosebud garden of, 677.
that are so smart, of all the, 285.
to deck our, for gay delights, 748.
un-idea’d, 369.
Girl-graduates, sweet, 629.
Girt with golden wings, 243.
Git-Thare, the land of, 839.
Give a cup of water, to, 579.
ample room and verge enough, 383.
an inch he’ll take an ell, 20.
back the lost delight, 794.
crowns and pounds and guineas, 842.
every man thy ear, 130.
give, crying, 1021.
him a little earth for charity, 100.
his little senate laws, 327, 336.
it a slight toss over ambient, 765.
it an understanding, 129.
lawyers take what they would, 691.
me a cigar, 555.
me a look give me a face, 178.
me again my hollow tree, 328.
me another horse, 97.
me back my heart, 540.
me liberty or death, 430.
me my childhood again, 783.
me neither poverty per riches, 1021.
me that man, 138.
me the flashing brine, oh, 714.
me the ocular proof, 154.
me the splendid silent sun, 743.
me to die, 785.
me to live with love alone, 611.
me what this riband bound, 226.
more blessed to, 1035.
my spirit rest, 794.
no inconsiderable sum, 778.
no quarter, to tyrants I will, 634.
said the little stream, 750.
sorrow words, 124.
that death and life may, 790.
the devil his due, 83.
the soul fit nourishment, to, 630.
the world the lie, 25.
thee all I can no more, 525.
thee sixpence, I, 464.
thy thoughts no tongue, 129.
to get esteem, they, 395.
to, her features deathless fame, 763.
us men time demands, God, 730.
what they would take, doctors, 691.
what thou canst, 421.
Gives, blesseth him that, 64.
much receives but nothing, 860.
not till judgment guide, 102.
the nod, 337.
what he has, he, 102.
Given, and kindly stars have, 608.
in vain, true love tho’, 680.
of God, grace is, 727.
them the slip, 284.
to him that hath shall be, 1033.
to hospitality, 1036.
to redeem the human mind, 645.
unsought is better, love, 76.
 

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