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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Loveliest, the, ever was seen, 605.
village of the plain, 395.
when love was, 794.
Love-light in your eye, and the, 637.
Loveliness, clothed in so pure a, 680.
dream of, descending, 759.
I never knew her, 586.
increases, its, 574.
is enough, 816.
lay down in her, 499.
made up of, alone, 608.
majesty of, 550.
needs not ornament, 356.
Lovely all her life long, 686.
and a fearful thing, 557.
and pleasant in their lives, 1007.
and soothing death, come, 744.
apparition sent, 474.
as a Lapland night, 475.
fair, who art so, 155.
floating hair, 781.
I say the world is, 816.
in death the beauteous ruin lay, 308.
in her husband’s eye, 463.
in your strength, 544.
in youthful comeliness, 686.
is the rose, 477.
more, than Pandora, 234.
organ of her life, every, 53.
she’s, she’s divine, 868.
Thais sits beside thee, 272.
the brave deserve the, 759.
whatsoever things are, 1039.
woman stoops to folly, 403.
Lover all as frantic, 59.
all mankind love a, 618.
and the poet, the lunatic, 59.
beauty grows familiar to the, 298.
give repentance to her, 403.
happy as a, 476.
in the husband lost, 377.
is beloved, and the, 485.
never owl more blind than a, 765.
of life, 829.
of the autumn-days, 824.
rooted stays, the, 618.
see a, in that anchorite, 741.
sighing like furnace, 69.
some banished, 333.
still an angel appear to each, 305.
to listening maid, 573.
why so pale and wan, 256.
without indiscretion, 816.
woman loves her, 557.
Lovers cannot see their pretty follies, 62.
eloped in the dark, 822.
happy, and make two, 330.
love the western star, 487.
meeting, journeys end in, 75.
never tired of each other, 982.
of virtue, all that are, 208.
old, are soundest, 181.
pace timidly, 817.
quarrels of, 888.
Romans countrymen and, 113.
swear more performance than they are able, 102.
Lovers, whispering, 395.
women love their, 982.
Lover’s loss, voice of woe for a, 725.
Lovers’ hell, injured, 235.
perjuries, Jove laughs at, 106.
perjury, Jove but laughs at, 272.
songs turned to holy psalms, 25.
tongues by night, 106.
vows seem sweet, 551.
Love-rhymes, regent of, 55.
Lovesick, the winds were, 159.
Lovesome thing, 777.
Love-song to the morn, 637.
Loving, a, heart is the beginning, 583.
and serving, ’t is, 716.
are the daring, the, 761.
hearts divide, 820.
is the Lord God, how, 847.
lady moon whom are you, 665.
to my mother, so, 128.
youth large lusty, 743.
Low ambition and the pride, 314.
and humble, hymn of the, 746.
bend, 794.
death makes equal high and, 9.
foreheads villanous, 43.
in his seemed musical and, 732.
it is not that I deem them, 778.
laid in my grave, that I were, 78.
lone song, hear but their, 715.
man never falls so, 694.
speak, if you speak love, 51.
support and raise what is, 223.
till nature high and, 685.
to Him no high no, 316.
to whisper, 803.
too, they build, 309.
Low-backed, looked after the, car, 590.
she sat in the, car, 590.
Lower, bright suns scorch and dark clouds, 610.
can fall no, 212.
to the higher, 737.
when struggling passions, 607.
Lowers between this time and that, 686.
the morning, 297.
Lowering element scowls, 227.
Lowest deep a lower, in the, 231.
of your throng, 234.
Lowing herd winds slowly, 384.
Lowliest cot, better to love in the, 750.
Lowliness ambition’s ladder, 111.
Lowly born, better to be, 98.
earth to vaulted skies, from, 730.
haunts, for love hath, 611.
laid, high ambition, 487.
lives, 797.
taught and highly fed, 73.
wise, be, 237.
Lown, called the tailor, 152.
Loyal and neutral in a moment, 120.
hope survives, 797.
nature and of noble mind, 681.
Lubricates business, dinner, 437.
Lucent syrops, 575.
Lucid interval, 1049.
Lucifer, falls like, 99.
 

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