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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Lucifer son of the morning, 1025.
Luck about the house, nae, 426.
in odd numbers, 46.
old shoe for, 12.
shallow men believe in, 621.
would have it, as good, 46.
Luckless hour, from that, 2.
Lucky chance, 356.
Lucre, not greedy of filthy, 1039.
Lucullus sups with Lucullus, 911.
Lucy ceased to be, when, 469.
Luke’s iron crown, 395.
Lulling murmur, 792.
Lulls to sleep, not such as, 739.
Lumber, learned, in his head, 325.
Luminous cloud, joy the, 502.
Lump, little leaven leaveneth the, 1038.
Lunatic lover and the poet, 59.
Lunes, in his old, 46.
Lungs began to crow, 68.
receive our air, 418.
Lurch, a wink and a sly normal, 723.
Lurks a cruel bee, 809.
Luscious as locusts, 151.
woodbine, 58.
Lust, because they have no law, no, 680.
in man, there is a, 858.
of gold, the narrowing, 676.
of office does not kill, 730.
Lusts or wine, not in toys or, 260.
Lustre, ne’er could any, see, 442.
purpled with rosy, 342.
shine with such, 422, 424.
Lusty loving, youth large, 743.
winter, 67.
Lute, heart and, 525.
listened to a, 622.
little rift within the, 679.
musical as Apollo’s, 56, 245.
my heart and, 525.
Orpheus with his, 98.
pleasing of a, 95.
this time-worn, 525.
Luther preaches it, wisdom, 620.
sang, sing as Martin, 697.
Luve is like a red red rose, my, 451.
is like the melodie, 451.
Luvit ilk ither weel, we, 587.
Luxuries, most of the, positive hindrances, 722.
of life, 692.
Luxurious by restraint, 238.
man falsely, 355.
Luxury, blesses his stars and thinks it, 297.
curst by heaven, 398.
do without any article of, 586.
in self-dispraise, there is a, 480.
of disrespect, 483.
of doing good, 295, 394, 444.
of woe, I’ll taste the, 518.
to be, it was a, 501.
Lycurgus brought long hair into fashion, 920.
Lydian airs, lap me in soft, 249.
measures, softly sweet in, 272.
Lyfe so short the craft so long, 6.
Lying, as easy as, 138.
beneath the churchyard sod, 728.
brown and bare, fields are, 751.
getting up not so easy as, 593.
with houris, 387.
without having tasted of, 941.
words, filled her mouth with, 598.
world is given to, 88.
Lyke as one pease is to another, 33.
Lym, spaniel brach or, 148.
Lyons looms, weave no more silks ye, 748.
Lyre, each mode of the, 519.
heaven-taught, 377.
Milton’s golden, 391.
smote ’is blooming, 853.
the living, 384.
Lyric, splendid ecclesiastical, 629.
Ma, a, if what I’m told is true, 799.
Mab, Queen, hath been with you, 104.
Macassar, incomparable oil, 555.
Macaulay is a book in breeches, 461.
out of literature, 461.
Macbeth does murder sleep, 119.
Macduff, lay on, 126.
Macedon, fulmined over Greece to, 241.
there is a river in, 92.
MacGregor, my name is, 493.
where sits, 976.
Machiavel had ne’er a trick, 215.
Mad as a March hare, 18, 976.
finger’s breadth of being, 949.
fust gits, ’s ’most ollers wrong, 737.
if I am Sophocles I am not, 883.
it drives you, 685.
it is fitter being sane than, 711.
it was, how sad and bad and, 711.
maketh young men, 791.
out of too much learning become, 193.
pleasure in being, 277.
prose run, 327.
quite certain to fall, 584.
the dog went, and bit the man, 400.
’t is true he’s, 133.
undevout astronomer is, 310.
whom fortune makes, 899.
with glee, morning birds were, 795.
with life, 857.
Madam Blaize, lament for, 400.
me no madam, 1054.
Madden it, made a mannikin to, 657.
round the land, 326.
to crime, now, 549.
Maddest merriest day, 667.
Madding crowd, far from the, 385.
Made a foe, makes no friend who never, 680.
a world, to be lost, 790.
annihilating all that’s, 263.
better by their presence, minds, 730.
fearfully and wonderfully, 1016.
glorious summer, 95.
his eldest son slave, 779.
it, and touches him who, 685.
 

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