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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Mean and small, 767.
golden, 345, 424, 900.
yes an’ say no, mebby to, 736.
Means and appliances, 89.
and content, he that wants, 70.
and leisure, increased, 625.
end must justify the, 287.
get wealth by any, 177.
if we borrow, live within our, 787.
most good, when fortune, 79.
no matter by what, 177.
not, but ends, 502.
of evil out of good, 223.
of preserving peace, 425.
ravin up thine own life’s, 120.
the, of sovereignty, 579.
to be of note, youth that, 158.
to do ill deeds, 80.
to live, save, 43.
unto an end, life’s but a, 721.
what this wild drama, 683.
whereby I live, 65.
Meander, as streams, 635.
proper, 987.
Meaner beauties of the night, 174.
creatures kings, 97.
part, it is the, 791.
Meanest flower that blows, 478.
floweret of the vale, 386.
of mankind, wisest brightest, 319.
pity it is to slay the, 594.
thing that feels, 472.
Meaning bear, no more of, 790.
blunders round about a, 327.
Meanings, hell is full of good, 205.
our fantasies have two, 731.
Meant, more, than meets the ear, 250.
Measels, did you ever have the, 787.
Measure for law, we have a, 194.
God gives wind by, 206.
of a man’s height, 905.
of a man’s life, 922.
of an unmade grave, 108.
of my days what it is, 1012.
of my wrath, 44.
often have I sighed to, 470.
three with a new song’s, 820.
to tread a, with you, 56.
Measures, delightful, 95.
Dundee’s wild warbling, 447.
life in short, may perfect be, 180.
Lydian, softly sweet in, 272.
not men, 401, 408.
Measured by deeds not years, 443.
by my soul, 303.
many a mile to tread a measure, 56.
phrase and choice word, 470.
Measureless content, shut up in, 119.
grossness and slag, amid, 742.
to man, caverns, 500.
Meat, after, comes mustard, 972.
and cannot eat, some have, 452.
and drink to me, 71.
as an egg is full of, 107.
fire and clothes, 322.
God sendeth both mouth and, 20.
heaven sends us good, 388.
I cannot eat but little, 22.
Meat is too good for any but anglers, 208.
it feeds on, mock the, 153.
never to say grace to his, 291.
or drink, is another’s, 199.
outdid the, 203.
strong, for age, 1040.
upon what, doth Cæsar feed, 110.
Meats, funeral baked, 128.
Mebby to mean yes an’ say no, 736.
Mecca saddens at the delay, 356.
Meccas of the mind, 562.
Mechanic art, made poetry a mere, 414.
lawyer without literature, a, 493.
operation, poetry a mere, 215.
pacings to and fro, 668.
slaves, 159.
Mechanized automaton, 567.
Mechanizes it, Watt, 620.
Meddles with cold iron, 211.
Meddling, every fool will be, 1019.
paternal or, government, 603.
Mede, all the floures in the, 6.
Medes and Persians, law of the, 1027.
Medicinable, some griefs are, 159.
Medicinal gum, 157.
Medicine, doeth good like a, 1019.
for the soul, 1001.
miserable have no other, 48.
thee to that sweet sleep, 154.
worse than the malady, 184.
Medicines at the outset, use, 899.
to make me love, 84.
Medio de fonte leporum, 540.
Meditate the thankless muse, 247.
Meditation, let us all to, 94.
maiden, fancy-free, 58.
Meditations, thy testimonies are my, 1015.
Meditative spleen, 480.
Medium, knows no cold, 339.
Meed of some melodious tear, 247.
sweat for duty not for, 67.
Meek and gentle, I am, 113.
and lowly pure and holy, 637.
and quiet spirit, 1041.
as is a mayde, 1.
borne his faculties so, 118.
brave and, 810.
nature’s evening comment, 483.
patient humble spirit, 182.
soe’er he seem, how, 679.
than fierce, safer being, 711.
Meek-eyed morn, 355.
Meet again, if we do, 115.
it is I set it down, 132.
me by moonlight alone, 605.
mortality, how gladly would I, 239.
neath the sounding rafter, 756.
no more, 775.
nurse for a poetic child, 489.
parted to, nevermore, 613.
that part and, 807.
the like a pleasant thought, 473.
thee at thy coming, 1025.
when shall we three, 115.
you and them, 804.
 

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