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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Play, pleasure when I, not, 25.
rather hear a discourse than see a, 191.
run, they will not let my, 282.
the devil, seem a saint and, 96.
the fools with the time, 89.
the man, 871.
the woman with mine eyes, 124.
to you is death to us, 858.
who goes to an American, 462.
with similes, 473.
work or healthful, 302.
wouldst have me sing and, 525.
your part, authors essayist, 683.
Plays his part, so he, 69.
many parts, one man, 69.
round the head, 319.
such fantastic tricks, 48.
Playbill of Hamlet, 494.
Played and sung, as once I, 525.
at bo-peep, 202.
familiar with his hoary locks, 598.
in fancy we, 653.
on the banks of the Yuba, 636.
upon a stage, if this were, 76.
Player, life ’s a poor, 125.
ought to accept his throws, 883.
shuffles off the buskin, 690.
Players, men and women merely, 69.
Playful, when I’m, 796.
Playing holidays, all the year were, 83.
Playmates, I have had, 509.
Playmates’ glad symphony, 848.
Plaything, elephant man’s, 925.
some livelier, 318.
Playwright may show in some fifth, our, 683.
Plea, necessity the tyrant’s, 232.
shall beauty hold a, 162.
so tainted, in law what, 63.
though justice be thy, 65.
Plead lament and sue, 489.
like angels, his virtues will, 118.
their cause I, 387.
with human men I will, 634.
Pleasant and cloudy weather, 433.
bless me this is, 720.
bread eaten in secret is, 1017.
country’s earth, 82.
duty, 766.
fellow, touchy testy, 300.
for brethren to dwell together, 1016.
how, it is to have money, 726.
in man, all that was, 399.
in their lives, 1007.
institution, 802.
is thy morning, life how, 447.
land of counterpane, 829.
life to lead, ’t were a, 611.
places, lines in, 1010.
road, that life may be a, 760.
scents salute the noses, 723.
sights salute the eyes, 723.
thought, we meet thee like a, 473.
thoughts bring sad thoughts, 466.
to behold the sun, 1023.
to see one’s name in print, 539.
to severe, grave to light, 273, 985.
Pleasant to think on, 256.
vices, our, 149.
way, all along the, 795.
Pleasantness, ways of, 1017.
Please, books cannot always, 444.
certainty to, 455.
everybody, hard to, 898.
live to, must please to live, 366.
natural in him to, 267.
studious to, 366.
surest to, 399.
uncertain coy and hard to, 490.
you so if not why so, 44.
Pleases all the world, he, 986.
Pleased, I would do what I, 974.
not the million, 134.
the ear is, 421.
they please are, 395.
to the last, 315.
with a rattle, 318.
with novelty, 417.
with the danger, 267.
with this bauble, 318.
Pleasing anxious being, 385.
dreadful thought, 299.
dreams and slumbers light, 490.
hope, whence this, 298.
illusions of youth, 791.
less, when possest, 381.
memory of all he stole, 331.
of a lute, the lascivious, 95.
punishment that women bear, 50.
shade, ah happy hills, 381.
shape, power to assume a, 135.
Pleasure after pain, sweet is, 271.
all hope, 276.
arrivals and departures of, 776.
at the helm, 383.
by myself a lonely, 470.
chords that vibrate sweetest, 452.
comes, 794.
dissipation without, 431.
drown the brim, 73.
drowns in, 357.
ease content, 318.
eternally new, a, 822.
friend of, 390.
full of, void of strife, 209.
give a shock of, 579.
has ceased to please, 368.
howe’er disguised by art, 403.
I fly from, 368.
in poetic pains, 419.
in the pathless woods, 547.
in trim gardens, takes his, 249.
laugh of, grows less gay, 608.
like the midnight flower, 520.
little, in the house, 427.
live in, when I live to thee, 359.
loiter in, or toilfully spin, 660.
lost, the just, 163.
love sweeter than all other, 276.
man of, is a man of pains, 309.
mixed reason with, 399.
never to blend our, 472.
no, is comparable, 164.
no profit grows where is no, 72.
of being cheated, 214.
 

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