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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Made light of it, 1032.
man knows not for what he was, 941.
me, don’t think nobody never, 700.
no more bones, 970.
our nation free, thy hand hath, 689.
the world, some lesser god had, 681.
to be fashioned as the artist, 691.
to fade and fall away, 653.
us, the eye of Him who, 691.
Madmen know, none but, 277.
Madness, despondency and, 470.
genius has a tincture of, 900.
go you may call it, 456.
great wits allied to, 267.
in the brain, work like, 500.
lies, that way, 147.
melancholy, of poetry, 874.
method in, 133.
midsummer, this is very, 76.
moody, laughing wild, 381.
moon-struck, 240.
of many for gain of a few, 336.
risen from hell, 805.
still he did retain that fine, 40.
to defer, 306.
to live like a wretch and die rich, 188.
would gambol from, 141.
Madonnas, Rafael of the dear, 706.
Madrigals, melodious birds sing, 41.
that whisper softness, 254.
Maenad of Massachusetts, rampant, 808.
Mæonian star, light of the, 325.
Magic casements, 575.
in the distance, 854.
matter, trifling handful of, 765.
numbers and persuasive sound, 294.
of a face, 200.
of a name, 513.
of the mind, the, 551.
of the tongue most dangerous spell, 632.
potent over sun and star, 482.
power to calm, a, 607.
Shakespeare’s, 275.
shall solve us the secret, 850.
Magister artis, 305.
Magistracy is a great trust, 411.
Magistrate, invent a shovel and be a, 263.
of his country’s good, 571.
Magna Charta will have no sovereign, 24.
Magna est veritas, 1028.
Magnificence, fuel of, 619.
Magnificent and awful cause, 418.
but it is not war, 1000.
spectacle of human happiness, 462.
three-tailed Bashaw, 454.
Magnificently stern array, 543.
Magnitude, thou liar of the first, 294.
Mahogany tree, sheltered about the, 697.
Mahomet and the mountain, 165.
moon of, 566.
Mahometans, pleasures of the, 387.
Maid, be good sweet, 727.
dancing in the shade, 248.
it was an Abyssinian, 500.
lover to listening, 573.
maiden passion for a, 681.
meek as is a, 1.
music heavenly, 390.
of Athens ere we part, 540.
snatched from the sidelong, 356.
some captive, 333.
sphere-descended, 390.
sweetest garland to the sweetest, 314.
the chariest, 129.
when King Cophetua loved the beggar, 105.
who modestly conceals, 378.
whom there were none to praise, 469.
widowed wife and wedded, 494.
Maids are May when they are maids, 71.
malady most incident to, 78.
must be wives and mothers, 686.
of thirteen talk of puppy dogs, 78.
that weave thread with bones, 75.
who love the moon, 520.
Maiden fair to see, I know a, 648.
lived with no other thought, 655.
meditation fancy-free, 58.
of bashful fifteen, 442.
passion for a maid, the, 681.
presence, scanter of your, 130.
shame, blush of, 573.
showers, like those, 202.
sings, the village, 393.
sword, bravely fleshed thy, 87.
true betrayed for gold, 489.
will steal after her heart, the, 521.
with white fire laden, 565.
young heart of a, 521.
Maidens, as many, be, 586.
call it love-in-idleness, 58.
caught by glare, like moths, 540.
fair are commonly fortunate, 33.
smiles of other, 586.
withering on the stalk, 477.
Maiden’s cheek, 810.
Maimed among, the spent and, 729.
Main, Belerium to the northern, 333.
beyond the western, 395.
Camilla scours along the, 324.
chance, 33, 93, 214, 972.
comes silent flooding in the, 727.
do with might and, 620.
far amid the melancholy, 357.
from out the azure, 358.
Mainly right, wise world is, 678.
use and skill are winners, 680.
Maintain no ill opinions, 398.
their rights, dare, 438.
Majestic head, some less, 547.
in decay, 347.
silence, 535.
though in ruin, 227.
world, get the start of the, 110.
Majesty, attribute to awe and, 64.
in rayless, 306.
next in, 270.
 

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