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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Knew more, no man spoke less and, 924.
that before you were born, 902.
that one small head could carry all he, 397.
thee but to love thee, 562.
we should both forget, 806.
what’s what, 8.
Knife, blood will follow the, 312.
carved upon it with a, 90.
to thy throat, put a, 1020.
war even to the, 541.
Knight, a prince can make a belted, 452.
because thou strikest as a, 678.
parfit gentil, a veray, 1.
pricking on the plain, 27.
Knights, accomplishing the, 92.
barons kings can invest, 189.
carpet, 187.
Knight’s bones are dust, 502.
pastime, toil is the true, 728.
Knightly counsel, 456.
love is blent with reverence, 729.
Knit brow with purpose, 739.
Knitters in the sun, spinsters and, 75.
Knives, hands made before, 293.
Knock and it shall be opened, 1031.
as you please, 336, 415.
at my ribs, make my heart, 116.
it never is at home, 415.
the breast, nothing to, 242.
Knocks, apostolic blows and, 210.
open locks whoever, 123.
Knock-down argument, 277.
Knocker, tie up the, 326.
Knolled to church, bells have, 68.
Knot in a bulrush, 887.
of roots, man is a, 618.
unloose the Gordian, 91.
Knotted and combined locks, 131.
oak, to bend a, 294.
Know, a path that I do not, 795.
a star in the sky, does not, 618.
a subject ourselves, 372.
a thing is nothing, to, 866.
a trick worth two of that, 84.
again, would that I could, 662.
all words are faint, 437.
all ye need to, 576.
does both act and, 263.
enough for man to, 319.
enough to trust, we, 715.
enough you, 792.
everything except myself, 955.
’gainst tyrants its symbols, 748.
happier than I, 237.
her own, so well to, 238.
her was to love her, 455.
him no more, shall, 1008.
how first he met her, 697.
how frail I am, 1012.
how little can be known, 319.
how sublime a thing it is, 639.
I am small I, but wherever, 750.
it is not safe to, 217.
knowledge is ourselves to, 320.
me, not to, 234.
me, when it came to, 526.
Know men who their duties, 438.
mine end, make me to, 1012.
myself, not if I, 509.
never prophesy onless ye, 737.
not for what he was made, 941.
not I ask not, 522.
not if I know what, 680.
not well the subtle ways, 617.
not what’s resisted, 448.
not what, to be we, 276.
not what we may be, 142.
nothing really, we, 952.
old age may come after you, 743.
one’s self, difficult to, 943.
only the constant, 611.
or dream or fear all we, 562.
reason but from what we, 315.
right well how meek, 679.
than all, I better, 651.
that deformed, I, 52.
that he who finds himself, 757.
that I love thee, 522.
the table round, I, 679.
thee not, who, 437.
their own good, how few, 274.
their rights, men who, 438.
then if, but if I, 680.
then thyself, 317.
there is none other, I, 680.
thought so once now I, 350.
thyself, 977.
thyself and nothing too much, 922.
to esteem to love, 502.
too well the poison and sting, 760.
unless others, you know it, 866.
we believe what we least, 961.
we loved in vain, 539.
well I am not great, 679.
what lays before us, little we, 702.
what true love is, if I, 680.
what Virgil sings, you, 684.
what we are, 142.
what were good to do, 60.
whatever there is to, 769.
where to find information, 372.
where’er I go, yet I, 477.
ye the land of cypress and myrtle, 549.
Knows and knows no more, 414.
no man distinctly, 952.
not till he tries, 899.
where God, and love knows where, 805.
Knowed the Lord was nigher, she, 736.
Knoweth of such an one, none, 805.
Knowing dare maintain, 438.
mastered what was not worth, 734.
that they know nothing, 888.
thee for such, 791.
when to have done, 583.
Knowledge, ample page of, 384.
and timber, 692.
be innocent of the, 121.
book of, 230.
by suffering entereth, 657.
comes but wisdom lingers, 669.
curious and for love, for, 744.
diffused, immortalizes itself, 457.
 

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