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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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More you drink more you thirst, 685.
Morn and cold indifference came, 301.
and liquid dew of youth, 129.
and with the, those angel faces, 607.
blushing like the, 237.
came peeping in at, 592.
cheerful at, he wakes, 394.
fair laughs the, 383.
furthers a man on his road, 880.
genial, appears, 513.
golden light of, 592.
her rosy steps, 234.
in russet mantle clad, 127.
incense-breathing, 384.
lights that do mislead the, 49.
like a lobster boiled, the, 213.
like a summer’s, 502.
love-song to the, 637.
meek-eyed, appears, 355.
no, no noon no dawn, 595.
not waking till she sings, 32.
of toil nor night of waking, 491.
old Autumn in the misty, 594.
on the Indian steep, 243.
one, I missed him, 386.
opening eyelids of the, 247.
risen on mid-noon, 235, 476.
salutation to the, 97.
shall come to me, 849.
suns that gild the vernal, 424.
sweet approach of even or, 230.
sweet is the breath of, 233.
till night he sung from, 427.
to noon he fell, from, 225.
tresses like the, 246.
waked by the circling hours, 235.
was fair the skies were clear, 636.
with rosy hand, 235.
with the dawning of, 515.
Morns, in the music of the, 636.
Morning air, scent the, 132.
all in the, betime, 142.
as this that drowning, a, 701.
at odds with, 123.
best of the sons of the, 535.
bid me good, 433.
birds, like those of, 608.
birds were mad with glee, 795.
brightly breaks the, 864.
clock wound up every, 762.
come in the, 714.
dew, as the sun the, 270.
dew, chaste as, 308.
dew, faded like the, 513.
dew, washed with, 491.
dew, womb of, 28.
dews, drawn up like, 749.
dewy as, colored like dawn, 751.
drum-beat, 533.
earliest light of the, 529.
ever break, when did, 520.
face, disasters in his, 397.
face, schoolboy with his shining, 69.
fair came forth, 241.
found myself famous one, 560.
full many a glorious, 161.
I thought that, cloud, 579.
in the, thou shalt hear, 302.
Morning, life how pleasant is thy, 447.
like the spirit of a youth, 158.
lowers, the dawn is overcast the, 297.
Lucifer son of the, 1025.
more matter for a May, 76.
nap, thought to clip his, 720.
never, wore to evening, 674.
night and, Hannah’s at window, 765.
no this, sir I say, 658.
of the times, in the, 670.
of the world, in the, 705.
reflection came with the, 301, 494.
saw two clouds at, 578.
shows the day, as, 241.
sky, forehead of the, 248.
sky, opens to the, 865.
somewhere, ’t is always, 622.
song of the lark, the, 681.
song the stars of, sung, 651.
sow thy seed in the, 1023.
stars of, dewdrops, 235.
stars sang together, 1009.
when will the, break, 802.
wings of the, 1016.
womb of the, 1015, 1043.
Morning’s march, in life’s, 515.
Morning-gate, through glory’s, 694.
Morning-star, glittering like the, 409.
of memory, 549.
to the full round of truth, 682.
Morose, disposed to take a, view, 603.
Morrow, desire of the night for the, 567.
good night till it be, 106.
no part of their good, 258.
take no thought for the, 1030.
watching for the, 989.
windy night a rainy, 162.
Morsel for a monarch, 157.
under his tongue, 283.
Mortal cares, far from, 534.
coil, shuffled off this, 135.
crisis doth portend, 212.
ever dreamed before, dreams, 656.
frame, quit this, 334.
frame, stirs this, 501.
hopes defeated, 482.
how to die, immortality teach, 765.
ills prevailing, flood of, 956.
instruments, 111.
life, as the wind is, so is, 783.
men think all men, 307.
mixture of earth’s mould, 243.
murders, twenty, 122.
passions, necessity of, 926.
resting-place so fair, no, 546.
shame of nature, paint the, 683.
spirit of, be proud, 561.
taste brought death, 223.
thing, laugh at any, 558.
through a crown’s disguise, 391.
to the skies, he raised a, 272.
Mortals, are gods more ruthless than 728.
call the moon, whom, 565.
given, some feelings to, 491.
human, 57.
 

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