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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Armed thus am I doubly, 299.
with more than complete steel, 40.
with resolution, 295.
without, he is, 329.
Armies clad in iron, 242.
clash by night, where ignorant, 753.
disbanding hired, 584.
swore terribly, our, 378.
whole have sunk, where, 228.
Arminian clergy, an, 365.
Armory, all wisdom’s, 771.
Armour against fate, no, 209.
clashing, brayed, 236.
is his honest thought, 174.
of a righteous cause, 843.
Armourers accomplishing knights, 92.
Army, hum of either, stilly sounds, 91.
of martyrs, the noble, 1042.
with banners, terrible as an, 1024.
Aromatic pain, die of a rose in, 316.
plants bestow no fragrance while they grow, 398.
Around thee thou no ray of light, if, 731.
to say farewell, and looks, 697.
us here, for why is all, 681.
us like a cloud, lies, 700.
Arrant, thankless, 25.
thief, the moon is an, 109.
traitor as any is, 93.
Array, battle’s stern, 543.
sorrow’s dark, 988.
Arrays our battalions, field-marshal who, 727.
Arrayed in his beauty, king all, 587.
Arrears of pain and darkness, 711.
Arrest, death is strict in his, 145.
Arrivals of pleasure, 776.
Arrogant brass, braying of, 840.
Arrow for the heart, 560.
from a well-experienced archer, 161.
o’er the house, shot mine, 145.
Arrows, of light, swift-winged, 416.
of outrageous fortune, 135.
of the early frost, slain by, 763.
quiver bow and, 31.
some Cupid kills with, 51.
taunts are not so sharp as, 645.
Arrowy Rhone, rushing of the, 543.
Ars longa, vita brevis, 6.
Arsenal, shook the, 241.
Arsenals and forts, no need of, 645.
Art, adorning thee with so much, 261.
adulteries of, than all the, 178.
all loved, in a seemly way, 827.
all nature is but, 316.
all the gloss of, 398.
and part, 1044.
beyond the reach of, 323.
can wash her guilt away, what, 403.
concealed by, 310.
contemplates certain things, 930.
cookery is become an, 187.
ease in writing comes from, 324.
elder days of, 642.
every walk of, 457.
failed in literature and, 629.
first professor of our, 274.
Art, glib and oily, 146.
glory and good of, 712.
had invented the, of printing, 584.
he tried each, 396.
her guilt to cover, the only, 403.
imitates nature, 305.
in the vaunted works of, 617.
is a human activity, 996.
is long, life short, 886, 989.
is long time is fleeting, 638.
is man’s nature, 721.
is nature made by man, 780.
is too precise, 201.
it’s clever but is it, 852.
last and greatest, 329.
laughter oft is but an, 585.
made tongue-tied, 162.
may err Nature cannot miss, 272.
mistress of her, 446.
more matter with less, 133.
nature is above, in that respect, 148.
nature is but, 316.
nature is God’s, 721.
nature lost in, 390.
nature not inferior to, 942.
nearly allied to invention, 441.
not strength obtains the prize, 341.
of artisans, 438.
of God, nature is the, 218, 310.
of scratch, engraving is, 747.
pleasure disguised by, 403.
poetry a mere mechanic, 414.
preservative of all arts, 1044.
so vast is, 323.
subdues the strong, 344.
summit, 995.
than force, more by, 341.
that in which hand head heart, 747.
thou here again, 790.
to blot, 329.
to find the mind’s construction, 117.
war’s glorious, 311.
we can realize perfection through, 836.
we may live without, 779.
with curious, 413.
with the living hues of, 683.
Arts and sciences not in the same mould, 962.
fashion’s brightest, 398.
Greece mother of, 241.
hunger is the teacher of the, 305.
imitate natural forms, 942.
in which the wise excel, 279.
of peace, inglorious, 263.
remote from common use, 556.
taught the wheedling, 348.
the academes, 56.
the fine, once divorcing themselves, 584.
well fitted in, 55.
which I loved, 260.
with lenient, 328.
Artaxerxes’ throne, 241.
Artery, each petty, 131.
Arthur first in court, when, 406.
Article of luxury, do without any, 586.
snuffed out by an, 560.
 

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