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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Lead to an enchanted land, 798.
’t were a pleasant life to, 611.
Leads me on forever, 767.
take to following where He, 788.
to bewilder, 428.
Leader, there lives no greater, 679.
Leadeth me beside the still waters, 1011.
Leading, men of light and, 410.
public man of light and, 628.
Leaf, all do fade as a, 1027.
also shall not wither, 1011.
falls with the, 184.
impearls on every, and flower, 235.
is lost, not a beam or, 544.
is on the tree, the, 637.
my days are in the yellow, 555.
of pity writ, 109.
perished in the green, 675.
right as an aspen, 5.
sere the yellow, 124.
shall not wither, his, 1010.
sorrow and scarlet, 741.
that falls, there’s not a, 865.
turn over a new, 174, 182.
upon the stream, vain as the, 491.
was darkish and had prickles, 245.
Leafless desert of the mind, 549.
trees, sober realm of, 751.
Leafy month of June, 499.
Leagues apart descried, scarce long, 727.
Leal, in the land o’ the, 458.
Lean and hungry look, 111.
and low ability, 77.
and slippered pantaloon, 69.
books, lard their, 185.
earth, lards the, 84.
fellow beats all conquerors, 181.
hungry savage anti-everythings, 690.
upon the thought that chance, 754.
Leans upon his hoe, 833.
Leaned to virtue’s side, 396.
Lean-faced villain, hungry, 50.
Leap into the dark, 956.
into this angry flood, 110.
leashed thunders gathering for their, 739.
look before you, 9, 214.
to light, 767.
to pluck bright honour, 84.
Leaps the live thunder, 544.
Leapt to life a god, 564.
Learn and inwardly digest, 1042.
craft so long to, 6.
gladly would he, 2.
late than never, better, 899.
live and, 976.
men from books, we can not, 626.
not so old but she may, 64.
of the little nautilus, 318.
to labour and to wait, 639.
to read slow, 265.
what is necessary for boys to, 946.
while you’re young, 786.
wise to, God-like to create, 720.
Learned about women from ’er, 853.
Learned and all drunk, 420.
and authentic fellows, 73.
and conned by rote, 115.
and fair and good as she, 179.
and wise, Babylon, 483.
Chaucer, 179.
doctors’ spite, 564.
dust, much, 419.
length, words of, 397.
lumber in his head, 325.
reflect on what they knew, 325.
roast an egg, the, 330.
smile, make the, 324.
sock, Jonson’s, 249.
to dance, who have, 324.
Learning, become mad out of too much, 193.
branches of, 62.
breast where, lies, 336.
cast into the mire, 410.
dote on scraps of, 310.
find time to be, 935.
fraught with all, 399.
has its value, 983.
hath gained most by those books which printers have lost, 222.
in the freshness of its youth, 881.
is but an adjunct to ourself, 55.
is it a time to be, 947.
laws and, die, 726.
little, is a dangerous thing, 323.
love he bore to, 397.
men of polite, 284.
more, than appears on the scroll, 785.
no man wiser for his, 195.
progeny of, 440.
somewhat good, 935.
study of, 254.
to misquote, just enough, 539.
university should be place of, 625.
weight of, 677.
whence is thy, 348.
wiser grow without books, 422.
Leashed thunders gathering for their leap, 739.
Least alone in solitude, 544.
although the last not, 146.
expected generally happens, what we, 628.
of two evils, 7.
though last not, 113.
Leather, feet through faithless, 311.
or prunello, 319.
Spanish or neat’s, 213.
trod upon neat’s, 110.
Leave all in order, embrace thy friends, 745.
all meaner things, 314.
but never takes his, 720.
her to heaven, 132.
my character behind me, 442.
no stone unturned, 1001.
not a rack behind, 43.
often took, 288.
the gates unguarded, 798.
thee, must I thus, 239.
to die, freedom or, 756.
 

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