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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Miseries, in shallows and in, 115.
Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows, 43.
and man from birth, 343.
became the cause of all men’s, 31.
child of, baptized in tears, 427.
cold to distant, 430.
companions in, 900.
company in, 192.
had worn him to the bones, 108.
half our, from our foibles, 437.
happy time in, 648.
he gave to, all he had, 386.
is at hand, 955.
poets in their, dead, 470.
power naught but, brings, 588.
sacred to gods is, 343.
steeped to the lips in, 640.
thou art so full of, 666.
twenty ought and six result, 701.
vow an eternal, together, 280.
who finds himself loses, 757.
Misery’s darkest cavern, 366.
Misfortune, delight in another’s, 896.
made the throne her seat, 301.
Misfortunes, bear another’s, 336.
delight in others’, 407.
hardest to bear, 741.
ignorance of one’s, 884.
laid in one heap, 922.
occasioned by man, 904.
of mankind, 430.
of others, to endure the, 980.
Misfortune’s book, writ in sour, 108.
Misgivings, blank, 478.
Mishaps, wisdom from another’s, 899.
Misled by fancy’s meteor ray, 447.
Mislike me not for my complexion, 62.
Misquote, enough learning to, 539.
Miss, nature cannot, 272.
not the discourse of the elders, 1029.
the blow, is oft to, 684.
Missed it lost it forever, we, 711.
who never would be, 801.
Misshaping vision of the powers, our, 682.
Mississippi of falsehood, vast, 755.
Mist and a weeping rain, comes a, 759.
and cloud and foam, 775.
and cloud will turn to rain, 647.
in my face, to feel the, 711.
is dispelled when a woman appears, 348.
obscures, no, 507.
of light from which they, 664.
of years, dim with the, 541.
resembles rain, as, 641.
Mists, churches and creeds lost in, 765.
to-day clear seas anon, 845.
Mistake, man is nature’s sole, 802.
never made, never made discovery, 721.
there is no, 463.
you lie under a, 292, 567.
Mistakes, pride at bottom of great, 746.
Mistaken, fools who fancy Christ, 728.
Mistletoe hung in the castle hall, 589.
Mistress in my own house, 853.
is a hallowed thing, poet’s, 665.
of her art, 446.
of herself, 322.
such, such Nan, 21.
Mistresses, wives are young men’s, 165.
Mistress’ eyebrow, 69.
Mistrust, hate and, 840.
Misty islets the strong tempests, round the, 629.
light, 833.
mountain-tops, 108.
old Autumn in the, morn, 594.
Misunderstood, to be great is to be, 618.
Misused wine, poison of, 243.
Mithridates, half, 603.
Mixture of earth’s mould, 243.
Mixtures of more happy days, 554.
Moab, a vale in the land of, 726.
Moan, a sigh a sob, a, 783.
for rest, 783.
of doves, 673.
on its desolate sands eternal, 717.
Moaning, and the harbor bar is, 727.
of the bar, be no, 685.
Moat defensive to a house, 81.
Moated grange, at the, 49.
Mob of gentlemen, 329.
Mock a broken charm, 500.
at fate and care, thou dost, 617.
at sin, fools make a, 1018.
our own, time whose verdicts, 741.
sit in the clouds and, 89.
the air with idle state, 383.
the meat it feeds on, 153.
thee, nor will we, 790.
Turtle replied, 782.
your own grinning, 144.
Mocks married men, the cuckoo, 56.
me with the view, 394.
Mocked forever, God is not, 811.
himself, smiles as if he, 111.
Mocker, wine is a, 1019.
Mockery and a snare, 527.
hence unreal, 122.
king of snow, 82.
of woe, bear about the, 335.
over slaves, in, 518.
Mocking the air with colours idly spread, 80.
Mockings or arguments, I have no, 742.
Mode of the lyre, each, 519.
Modes of faith, 318.
of life, ring in the nobler, 676.
Model of the barren earth, 82.
then draw the, 88.
Models for the mass, live as, 709.
Moderate haste, one with, 129.
the rancour of your tongue, 860.
Moderation even in excess, there is, 626.
is the silken string, 182.
observe, 880.
the gift of heaven, 884.
Moderator of passions, 207.
Modern, classics are always, 632.
 

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