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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Modern instances, wise saws and, 69.
life, this strange disease of, 753.
Modest doubt, 102.
men are dumb, 454.
pride and coy submission, 232.
stillness and humility, 91.
the quip, 72.
to be simple, manly true, 738.
zealous yet, 428.
Modesty, bounds of, 108.
downcast, concealed, 356.
grace and blush of, 140.
is a candle to thy merit, 362.
of nature, o’erstep not the, 137.
pure and vestal, 108.
Modification, bad plan that admits, no, 896.
Mohammed’s truth lay in a holy, 665.
Mole-hill, mountain of, 863.
Moles and to the bats, 1024.
Molly, was true to his, 436.
Mome raths outgrabe, 782.
Moment, face some awful, 476.
give to God each, 359.
improve each, as it flies, 366.
is a day, each, 627.
little chimney heated hot in a, 646.
loyal and neutral in a, 120.
of sweet peril, 780.
on moment there rushes, 631.
pith and, enterprises of, 136.
psychological, 836.
show, how little can a, 486.
then in a, presto pass, 609.
to decide, 732.
work of a, 971.
yet the actor stops, a, 697.
Moments make the year, 311.
quick to haste, the golden, 696.
Moment’s ornament, to be a, 474.
Momentary bliss, bestow, a, 381.
Monarch, does not misbecome a, 389.
hears assumes the god, 271.
love could teach a, 387.
morsel for a, 157.
of all I survey, 416.
of mountains, 553.
of the vine, 158.
once uncovered sat, 352.
scandalous and poor, 279.
the throned, 64.
Monarchs, change perplexes, 225.
fate of mighty, 356.
scion of chiefs and, 547.
seldom sigh in vain, 489.
Monarchies, mightiest, 227.
Monarchy, trappings of a, 369.
Monastic aisles fall like sweet strains, 614.
brotherhood, 480.
Monday, betwixt Saturday and, 285.
hanging his cat on, 1048.
Money and books placed for show, 215.
cannot buy, blessing that, 208.
comes withal, 72.
full of comfort built with, 743.
how pleasant it is to have, 726.
in thy purse, put, 151.
Money in trust, but put your, 692.
makes the man, 943.
man that wants, 919.
means and content, that wants, 70.
much, as ’t will bring, 213.
no one shall work for, 854.
not scarce, times not hard and, 621.
of fools, words the, 200.
perish with thee, thy, 1035.
possessed by their, 188.
put not your trust in, 692.
sets the world in motion, 712.
still get, boy, 177.
the love of, root of all evil, 1040.
time is, 361.
to a starving man at sea, 972.
too, we’ve got the, 867.
Monger, shall the iron reason with the, 847.
Mongrel mastiff, 148.
puppy whelp and hound, 400.
Monie a blunder free us, 448.
Monitions, time’s, 815.
Monk, the devil a, would be, 958.
who shook the world, 635.
Monks of old, I envy those, 866.
Monkeys, men were developed from, 605.
Monmouth, river at, 92.
Monopoly of fame, 189.
Monster custom who all sense doth eat, 141.
faultless, 279.
green-eyed, it is the, 153.
London, 261.
many-headed, 194.
of so frightful mien, 317.
Monstrous, every fault seeming, 70.
little voice, 57.
tail our cat has got, 285.
Mont Blane is the monarch, 553.
Month, a little, 128.
in town, 777.
it was the, of May, 795.
laughter for a, 84.
march stout once a, 273.
more than he will stand to in a, 107.
of June, leafy, 499.
of leaves and roses, 723.
of May, in the merry, 175.
Months without an R, 1049.
Monument, enduring, 565.
my gentle verse, your, 162.
patience on a, 76.
slab of marble cold, 660.
Monuments, hung up for, 95.
shall last when Egypt’s fall, 309.
upon my breast, 571.
Monumental alabaster, smooth as, 156.
pomp of age, 479.
Mood, Dorian, of flutes, 225.
fantastic as a woman’s, 492.
in any shape in any, 552.
in listening, she stood, 490.
jar on our own quiet, 632.
sweet, when pleasant thoughts, 466.
that blessed, 467.
unused to the melting, 157.
 

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