|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Mastered whatever was not worth knowing, 734.|
|Masterly inactivity, 457.|
|Master-passion in the breast, 317.|
|Masterpiece, made his, 120.
natures chief, 279.
of nature, a friend is the, 619.|
|Master-spirit embalmed, 254.|
|Master-spirits of this age, 112.|
|Master-stroke is natures part, the, 617.|
|Mastery, strive here for, 229.|
|Mastiff dog may love a puppy, a, 684.
|Mat half hung, 322.|
|Match the sorrow, little fun to, 789.|
|Matches are made in heaven, 192.|
|Mate, choose not alone a proper, 417.
of the Nancy brig, 800.|
|Mated by the lion, the hind, 73.
has such longing to be, 750.|
|Mater ait natæ, 874.|
|Materia medica could be sunk, whole, 693.|
|Material comes before the work, 792.|
|Materials of action, 931.|
|Mathematics, angling like, 206.
makes men subtile, 168.|
|Matin bell, each, 500.
the glow-worm shows the, 132.|
|Matins hung over, larks at their, 749.|
|Matrimony, begin with aversion in, 440.
say of courtship love and, 720.|
|Matrons bones, mutine in a, 140.|
|Matter, a little fire kindleth, 1041.
Berkeley said there was no, 560.
book containing such vile, 107.
conclusion of the whole, 1024.
for a May morning, 76.
for virtuous deeds, 36.
half knows a, 899.
he that repeateth a, 1019.
lost in the mass of, 342.
love doth mince this, 152.
mince the, 152, 784, 1049.
more german to the, 145.
more, with less art, 133.
no, Berkeley said, 560.
root of the, found in me, 1009.
so they ended the, 1007.
success in the smallest, 942.
trifling handful of magic, 765.
what is, never mind, 560.
will make a Star-chamber, 44.
will re-word, I the, 141.
wrecks of, the, 299.|
|Matters, amplifying petty, 922.
I am no judge of such, 609.
men may read strange, 117.
not how a man dies, it, 371.
of importance, pay attention to, 943.
small to greater, 157.
will go swimmingly, 977.|
|Matter-o-money, quoth echo plainly, 720.|
|Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, 870.
Prior, here lies, 288.|
|Mattock and the grave, 308.|
|Maturest counsels, dash, 226.|
|Maturity, credit requires time to arrive at, 625.
excellence to, 899.|
|Maud, come into the garden, 677.|
|Maudlin poetess, a, 326.|
|Maunder and mumble, let her, 583.|
|Mavis singing its love-song, 637.|
|Maxim in the schools, an old, 290.
nothing is so useless as a general, 600.
this great, be my virtues guide, 350.|
|Maxims, little hoard of, 669.|
|May although I care not, 25.
as flush as, 139.
before the thing we, 760.
bring us there to be, 700.
call my own, that I, 689.
flowers, clouds that shed, 233.
flowery meads in, 199.
full of spirit as the month of, 86.
he that will not when he, 9.
heres to day when it is, 844.
I be there to see, 417.
I join the choir invisible, oh, 730.
in the merry month of, 175.
is thine, sweet, 779.
it was the month of, 795.
maids are, when they are maids, 71.
morning, more matter for a, 76.
not, I dare and yet I, 25.
Queen o the, 667.
there be no moaning, 685.
what potent blood hath modest, 616.
winter chills the lap of, 394.
wol have no slogardie a-night, 2.|
|Mays new-fangled mirth, 54.|
|May-blossom and a brow, 678.|
|Mayde, meke as is a, 1.|
|Maying, of that we two were, 728.|
|Maypole in the Strand, wheres the, 352.|
|May-time and cheerful Dawn, 474.|
|Maze, mighty, not without a plan, 314.
through the mirthful, 395.
wandered long in fancys, 328.|
|Mazes, in wandering, lost, 228.|
|Mazy progress, 382.|
|Me, as comes to, or cloud or sun, 630.
pinguem et nitidum, 393.
swear to, that ye will, 579.|
|Mead, floures in the, 6.|
|Meads in May, flowery, 199.
naiads through the dewy, 414.
of Asphodel, ever-flowing, 347.|
|Meadow of margin, 442.
seek thee in vain by the, 596.
sweets of Burn-mill, 474.
white with snow, fairest, 691.|
|Meadows brown and sear, 573.
do paint the, with delight, 56.
trim with daisies pied, 248.|
|Meadow-flower its bloom unfold, 487.|
|Meagre were his looks, 108.|
|Meal in a barrel, handful of, 1007.|
|Meals, make no long, 398.|