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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Pins it with a star, 591.
Pin’s fee, do not set my life at a, 131.
Pincers tear, where the, 312.
Pinch, a lean-faced villain, 50.
necessity’s sharp, 146.
Pinches, where the shoe, 910.
Pindarus, house of, 252.
Pine, dwindle peak and, 116.
for thee, then most I, 631.
I live they lack I have they, 22.
immovable infixed, 228.
land of palm and southern, 672.
like an eagle caged I, 714.
than, in a palace alone, 750.
to equal which the tallest, 224.
with fear and sorrow, 29.
Pines, silent sea of, 501.
the solemn, 784.
thunder-harp of, 775.
tops of the eastern, 81.
under the yaller, 737.
Pine-apple of politeness, 440.
Pined and wanted food, 465.
in thought, 76.
Pining hideth his sharp ribs, labor, 696.
what is passion but, 780.
Pinion, with paddle or fin or, 767.
Pinions, oft I hear thy dusky, 613.
shadow of thy, float along, 613.
Pink and the pansy, 248.
eyne, Bacchus with, 158.
of courtesy, the very, 107.
of perfection, 401.
sea-shells, 807.
trip slip, 796.
Pinks that grow, the, 184.
Pinnace, sail like my, 45.
Pinned with a single star, 591.
Pinto, Ferdinand Mendez, 294.
Piny mountain, 504.
Pious action we do sugar o’er, 135.
frauds and holy shifts, 212.
gentlemen, some, 811.
impiety of the, 773.
not the less a man though, 983.
seem when only bilious, 595.
thoughts, she sent, 221.
Pipe and viol, 786.
but as the linnets sing, 674.
easier to be played on than a, 139.
for fortune’s finger, 138.
Gill shall dance and Jack shall, 199.
glorious in a, 555.
tipped with amber, 555.
to smoke in cold weather, 861.
to the spirit ditties, 576.
Pipes and whistles in his sound, 69.
soft, play on, 576.
Piping, at the, of all hands, 578.
time of peace, 96.
Pippins, old, toothsomest, 181.
Pirate, merchant and, 997.
Piratical morality, 997.
Pit, black as the, 828.
man will go down into the, 828.
monster of the, 329.
they’ll fill a, as well as better, 87.
Pit, whoso diggeth a, 1021.
Pitch, dark as, 265.
he that toucheth, 1029.
my moving tent, nightly, 497.
out of tune above the, 957.
which flies the higher, 93.
Pitched, as the mind is, 421.
Pitcher broken at the fountain, 1023.
Pitchers have ears, 17.
Pitchfork, clothes thrown on with a, 292.
Piteous chase, 67.
Pith and moment, enterprises of, 136.
seven years’, these arms had, 149.
Pitied men whose views of Christian, 730.
Pitiful ’t was wondrous pitiful, 150.
Pitiless storm, pelting of this, 147.
Pity, challenge double, 25.
drops of sacred, 69.
gave ere charity began, 396.
he hath a tear for, 90.
I learn to, them, 402.
in his tenderness, found, 803.
infinite, 791.
is akin to love, 282.
is the straightest path to love, 198.
it is to slay the meanest, 594.
like a new-born babe, 118.
melts the mind to love, 272.
of it Iago the pity of it, 155.
swells the tide of love, 308.
that it was great, so it was, 83.
the sorrows of a poor old man, 433.
then embrace, endure then, 317.
’t is ’t is true, 133.
upon the poor, he that hath, 1019.
writ, within the leaf of, 109.
Pity’s self be dead, till, 390.
Pity-pat, his heart kep’ goin’, 736.
Pity-Zekle, but hern went, 736.
Pixes and rosaries, 215.
Place, a little one-eyed blinking sort of, 816.
all other things give, 349.
and time, bounds of, 382.
and wealth, get, 329.
as a nail in a sure, 1026.
at home in a better, 67.
below the skies, 538.
but the fate of, 98.
creep home and take your, 729.
did then adhere, nor time nor, 118.
dignified by the doer’s deed, 73.
ear in many a secret, 469.
everywhere his, 260.
first in glory first in, 344.
fittest, where man can die, 716.
get wealth and, 329.
in many a solitary, 468.
in thy memory dearest, 611.
jolly, in times of old, 472.
to change the place, but keep the pain 305.
, kiss the, to make it well, 535.
know him any more, 1008.
men are servants in great, 165.
mind is its own, 224.
never the time and the, 714.
 

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