|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Searches to the bottom, 102.|
|Sea-sand, brown as the ribbed, 498.|
|Sea-shell, the hollow, 824.|
|Sea-shells, pink, 807.|
|Sea-shore, boy playing on the, 278.|
|Season, each thing that grows in, 54.
ever gainst that, 127.
everything at its proper, 906.
from that time unto this, 30.
priketh every gentil herte, 2.
shock of corn in his, 1008.
the silent, thro, 611.
things seasoned by, 66.
through every dearest, 596.
to everything there is a, 1022.
when I have convenient, 1035.
word spoken in, 637.
word spoken in due, 1018.
your admiration for a while, 128.|
|Seasons and their change, 233.
death thou hast all, 570.
justice, when mercy, 65.
return with the year, 230.
roll as the swift, 690.
vernal, of the year, 254.
who knew the, 665.|
|Seasoned life of man, 254.
timber never gives, 204.
with a gracious voice, 63.
with salt, 1039.|
|Seat, a prostrate city is thy, 610.
his favourite, be womans feeble breast, 482.
in some poetic nook, 536.
is the bosom of God, her, 31.
misfortune made the throne her, 301.
nature from her, 239.
of Mars, this, 81.
this castle hath a pleasant, 117.
up to our native, 226.
vaulted with ease into his, 86.
while memory holds a, 132.|
|Seats beneath the shade, 395.
fill the, of justice, 579.|
|Seated heart knock at my ribs, 116.
one day at the organ, 761.|
|Sech nights all white and still, 736.|
|Second childishness and mere oblivion, 69.
Daniel, a, 65.
each, stood heir to the first, 149.
in Rome, 913.
nature, custom is, 921.
thought, the sober, 283.
thoughts are best, 277.
thoughts, to their own, 283.|
|Secret and self-contained and solitary, 701.
as the grave, 978.
black and midnight hags, 123.
bread eaten in, 1017.
dread and inward horror, 298.
in silence and tears, in, 869.
inwardly, in, to be great, 738.
lords of birth, 846.
of a weeds plain heart, 731.
of nature, death is a, 937.
of success is constancy, 625.|
|Secret of success, self-trust is the first, 621.
of the sea, longing for the, 640.
soul to show, 551.
sympathy, it is the, 488.
the, of your power, 846.
things are the Lords, 1006.
trusted to a woman, 911.
wish, now obey thy cherished, 745.|
|Secrets of my prison-house, 131.
of the nether world, 935.
reveal no, 398.|
|Secretary of nature, 208.|
|Sect, melt not in an acid, 651.
slave to no, 320.|
|Sects, vicissitudes of, and religions, 168.|
|Secure amidst a falling world, 300.
the past at least is, 532.|
|Security for the future, 364.
public honour is, 875.|
|Sedge, giving a kiss to every, 44.|
|Seduces all mankind, woman, 348.|
|Seductive, literature the most, of professions, 812.|
|See a hand you cannot see, 314.
a world to, 33.
a world we do not, 700.
all things, light to, 30.
and be seen, 893.
and eek for to be seie, 3.
beyond the range of sight, I, 722.
but all I, is mine, 765.
her is to love her, to, 452.
Hermes unsuspected dying, 742.
I do not ask to, 607.
I know a maiden fair to, 648.
is this a dagger which I, 119.
it, I dont, 297.
may I be there to, 417.
naught but vanity in beauty, 730.
none so blind as those that will not, 283, 293.
not for all his faith can, 614.
nothing higher than himself, 694.
or seem, all that we, 654.
oursels as others see us, 448.
soft unfolding, and, 587.
that I am to wait for what will be, 745.
the conquering hero comes, 281.
the flowers sprang up to, 795.
the right and approve it, 295.
the shadow of thy pinions, 613.
thee again, then I shall, 115.
thee at Philippi, 115.
thee damned first, I will, 464.
thee still, I have thee not yet, 119.
thou in thy lake dost, thyself, 756.
through a glass darkly, 1037.
thy face, ere I, 686.
t is but a part we, 315.
to, my bright ones disappear, 749.
what I see, to have seen what I have seen, 136.
what is not to be seen, 439.
what you, yet can not see, 584.
where the wild-blazing, 591.|