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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Meets the ear, more than, 250.
Meetest for death, 64.
Meeting, break on the lips when, 633.
broke the good, 122.
journeys end in lovers, 75.
of gentle lights, 256.
Meetings, changed to merry, 95.
Melancholic distracted man, 180.
Melancholy as a battle won, 463.
bait, fish not with this, 60.
boughs, under the shade of, 68.
but only, sweetest melancholy, 184.
chord in, 592.
days are come, 573.
disposition, he is of a very, 50.
gold, bathe the hills in, 613.
grace, elysian beauty, 482.
green and yellow, 76.
hardships prevent, 373.
joy of evils past, 346.
main, amid the, 357.
marked him for her own, 386.
men are most witty, 189.
moping, and moon-struck madness, 240.
most musical most, 249.
naught so sweet as, 185.
of mine own, it is a, 70.
slow, remote unfriended, 394.
there’s such a charm in, 456.
train, forced from their homes a, 395.
veil’d, has her sovran, 577.
waste, ocean’s gray and, 572.
what charm can soothe her, 403.
Mellifluous milking of the cow, 839.
Mellow cydonian suckets sweet apples, 635.
goes to bed, 184.
rich and ripe, 555.
time, 770.
too, for me, 350.
wedding bells, hear the, 655.
whether grave or, 300.
Mellows the spirit, 768.
Mellowed long, fruit that, 276.
to that tender light, 551.
Mellowing grain, whisper of her, 788.
of occasion, 55.
year, before the, 246.
Melodie, foules maken, 1.
my luve’s like the, 451.
Melodies, heard, are sweet, 576.
sweetest, are those, 477.
the echoes of that voice, 502.
thousand, unheard before, 455.
Melodious birds sing madrigals, 41.
sound eftsoones they heard, 28.
strains, heaven’s 695.
tear, meed of some, 247.
Melody, ah well-a-day the sweetest, 605.
and something more than, 608.
blundering kind of, 269.
crack the voice of, 688.
falling in, back, 504.
of every grace, 259.
some sweet plaintive, 587.
Melrose by the pale moonlight, 487.
Melt and dispel ye spectre-doubts, 513.
at others’ woe, 335, 346.
in her mouth, butter would not, 13, 292.
in her own fire, 140.
into sorrow, 549.
not in an acid sect, 651.
the dead leaves fall and, 770.
too solid flesh would, 127.
Melts the mind to love, pity, 272.
Melted into air into thin air, 43.
Melting airs or martial, 422.
both but makes the union sure, 827.
charity, open as day for, 90.
heaven with earth, 653.
mood, unused to the, 157.
Member, comfortable feel in any, 595.
joint or limb, 228.
tongue an unruly, 1041.
Members of the crew, unmarried, 799.
Memnonium was in all its glory, 517.
Memorable epocha, 429.
Memorial, the world is turned, 844.
Memories and sighs, a night of, 511.
liars ought to have good, 264.
no pyramids set off his, 198.
of eld, vastness and age and, 655.
Memory, at the expense of his, 986.
be green, 127.
begot in the ventricle of, 55.
blushes at the sneer, 690.
clings, 823.
dear, lost to sight to, 596.
dear son of, 251.
dear, thoughts to, 492.
does not make, a great, 607.
fond, brings the light, 523.
graves of, 497.
great man’s, 138.
green in our souls, 519.
holds a seat, while, 132.
how sweet their, 422.
illiterate him from your, 440.
indebted to his, for his jests, 443.
leaves of, 641.
lends her light no more, 492.
liar should have a good, 907.
made such a sinner of his, 42.
meek Walton’s heavenly, 484.
morning-star of, 549.
my name and, 170.
no less than hope owes its, 631.
of a wrong, no room to hold, 621.
of all he stole, pleasing, 331.
of earth’s bitter leaven, 473.
of her name, nor, 763.
of the just is blessed, 1017.
of the past will stay, 518.
place in thy, dearest, 611.
plays an old tune, 724.
pluck from, a rooted sorrow, 125.
runneth not to the contrary, 392.
silent shore of, 481.
table of my, 132.
takes them to her caverns, 588.
thou art dear, to, 597.
throng into my, 243.
 

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