|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Said it, as well as if I had, 292.
little, is soonest mended, 200.
nothing but what has been, 185.
on both sides, much may be, 300, 363.
only dreamer dream no more, 758.
that ever were sung or, 647.
the greatest of the great, 682.
when this is, 792.|
|Sail, bark attendant, 320.
breath of heaven swell the, 416.
is as a noiseless wing, this, 543.
learn of the little Nautilus to, 318.
like my pinnace, 45.
on even keel, 354.
on lifes ocean diversely we, 317.
on O ship of state, 641.
on O Union strong and great, 641.
set every threadbare, 688.
swan spreads his snowy, 580.
the sea, as now we, 767.
two towers of, at dawn, 727.
upon the sea, t is good to, 845.
what avail the plough or, 617.
wherever billows roll, ships will, 550.
white and rustling, 537.
white, upon the ocean verge, 802.|
|Sails filled and streamers waving, 242.
filled with a lusty wind, 37.
it, Columbus, 620.
over-weathered ribs and ragged, 62.
purple the, 157.
the moonlit, 822.|
|Sailed away for a year and a, 703.
by and ceased to be, years, 646.
for sunny isles, 623.
off in a wooden shoe, 831.
the great admiral, 748.
with me before, you never, 458.|
|Sailing like a stately ship, 242.
on obscene wings, 501.
the Vesuvian Bay, far away, 751.|
|Sailor, home is the, 830.
messmates hear a brother, 860.
on a mast, a drunken, 97.
thy endless cruise old, 745.|
|Sailors are but men, 61.
of Bristol city, three, 800.|
|Sail-yards tremble, the, 37.|
|Saint Augustine well hast thou said, 643.
George and the dragon, 78.
he were nt no, 811.
John, awake my, 314.
John mingle with my friendly bowl, 328.
in crape and lawn, 320.
in wisdoms school, 181.
it, sinner it or, 321.
it would provoke a, 321.
Marys lake, swan on still, 474.
my late espoused, 26.
Nicholas would soon be there, 527.
no true, allows, 215.
Pauls, ruins of, 602.
savage and by sage, by, 334.
seem a, when I play the devil, 96.|
|Saint sustaind it but the woman died, 335.
to corrupt a, 83.
upon his knees, 422.|
|Saints above, men below and, 487.
bards, heroes if we will, 754.
death of his, 1015.
elect, all hearts confess the, 651.
his soul is with the, 502.
immortal reign, where, 303.
vices of the, virtues of society, 620.
who taught, 313.
will aid if men will call, 499.|
|Sainted, a thing enskyed and, 47.|
|Saintly chastity, so dear is, 245.
shew, falsehood under, 232.
|Saint-seducing gold, 104.|
|Saintship of an anchorite, 540.|
|Sairey little do we know, oh, 702.|
|Sake, earth and stars for religions, 741.|
|Salad days, my, 157.|
|Sally, theres none like pretty, 285.|
|Salmons in both, there is, 92.|
|Salmons height, sunshine dreaming upon, 757.|
|Salt have lost his savour, 1030.
of our youth, we have some, 45.
of the earth, ye are the, 1030.
peck of, 971.
pillar of, 1005.
seasoned with, 1039.
upon the tails of sparrows, 291.
who neer knew, 344.|
|Salt-fish on his hook, 158.|
|Saltness of time, 88.
oil vinegar sugar and, 399.|
|Saltpetre, this villanous, 83.|
|Salutary influence of example, 369.
neglect, wise and, 408.|
|Salutation to the morn, 97.|
|Salvation, no relish of, 139.
none of us should see, 65.
tools of working our, 215.|
|Samarcand, all the gems of, 437.|
|Samaritan, acts like a, 632.
without the oil and twopence, 460.|
|Same again, life is never the, 759.
another and the, 331.
another yet the, 331.
as on the land, just the, 724.
by day, will not look the, 658.
heart beats in every breast, 754.
its flash is still the, 610.
to-day and for ever, the, 696.|
|Samphire, one that gathers, 148.|
|Sampler, ply the, 246.|
|Sanat santificat et ditat, 360.|
|Sancho Panza is my own self, 976.
Panza said and so say I, 720.|
|Sanctified the crime, numbers, 425.|
|Sanction of the god, 337.|
|Sanctities, flower of olden, 757.|
|Sanctity of reason, indud with, 236.|
|Sanctum supercilious, my, 595.|
|Sand an ginger when alive, 851.
and the wild uproar, 614.
leaves or driving, 337.|