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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Sidelong looks of love, 396.
maid, hasty from the, 356.
Sidmouth, great storm at, 462.
Sidney shone, thus immortal, 859.
warbler of poetic prose, 421.
Sidney’s sister Pembroke’s mother, 179.
Siege to scorn, laugh a, 125.
Sieges fortunes, battles, 150.
Sieve, they went to sea in a, 702.
Sifted a whole nation, God, 266.
three kingdoms, God had, 646.
Sigh a sob a storm a, 783.
beadle to a humorous, 55.
but roar, he did not only, 283.
from Indus to the Pole, 333.
midnight wind doth, 587.
no more ladies, 51, 405.
passing tribute of a, 385.
perhaps ’t will cost a, 433.
prayer is the burden of a, 497.
that rends thy heart, 402.
the lack of many a thing, 161.
the same desire, 769.
to think he still has found, 379.
to those who love me, 553.
too deep or a kiss too long, 759.
which prompts the eternal, 318.
yet feel no pain, to, 525.
yet not recede, 444.
Sighs and prayers, 782.
avail, naught my, 869.
before the dawn, 785.
chartered by sorrow and freighted with, 623.
I’m growing deeper in my, 719.
in Venice on the bridge of, 544.
more persuasive, 339.
night of memories of, 511.
painful noise of, 791.
sovereign of, 55.
to find them in the wood, 573.
world of, for my pains, 150.
Sighed and looked, 272, 356.
at the sound of a knell, 416.
for his country he, 515.
from all her caves, hell, 229.
no sooner, but asked the reason, 71.
no sooner loved but they, 71.
till woman smiled, man, 513.
to many, loved but one, 540.
to measure, often have I, 470.
to think I read a book, 470.
we wept we, 262.
Sighing, a plague of, 85.
farewell goes out, 102.
like furnace, the lover, 69.
nought but a lovely, of the wind, 577.
sound, the, 769.
through all her works, nature, 239.
under a sycamore tree, 406.
why thus forever, 731.
Sight, became a part of, 549.
because it is not yet in, 441.
charms or ear or, 502.
charms strike the, 326.
faints into dimness, 549.
Sight full fayre, a, 404.
gleamed upon my, 474.
hideous, a naked human heart, 308.
I see beyond the range of, 722.
keen discriminating, 464.
lose friends out of, 569.
lost to, to memory dear, 596.
loved not at first, 35, 40.
my blindness is my, 748.
of all men, honest in the, 1036.
of human ties, at, 333.
of means to do ill deeds, 80.
of that immortal sea, 478.
of vernal bloom, 230.
out of blindness, 818.
out of, out of mind, 7, 35.
passed in music out of, 669.
sensible to feeling as to, 119.
spare my aching, 383.
swim before my, 333.
tho’ thy smile be lost to, 597.
thousand years in thy, 1014.
’t is a shameful, 302.
to delight in, 506.
to dream of not to tell, 499.
to see, a goodly, 540.
to see, a splendid, 540 truth will come to, 62.
understood her by her, 177.
walk by faith not by, 1038.
we lose friends out of, 569.
yet sometimes glimpses on my, 649.
Sights as youthful poets dream, 249.
of death, what ugly, 96.
of ghastly dreams and ugly, 96.
pleasant, salute the eyes, 723.
rural, alone, 417.
Sightless couriers of the air, 118.
Milton with his hair, 483.
Sign brings customers, 983.
dies and makes no, 94.
for him to retire, 628.
for me to leave, 112.
hearts that break and give no, 690.
of gratulation, earth gave, 238.
outward and visible, 1042.
to know the gentle blood, 29.
without a, 339.
Signs, nature speaks in symbols and in, 650.
of the times, 1032.
of woe, gave, 239.
which come before events, 891.
Signal shown and a distant voice, 644.
Signet sage, pressed its, 491.
Significance of life, 996.
Significant and budge, 415.
Signifies love, 45.
Signifying nothing, 125.
Signiors, grave and reverend, 149.
Silence accompanied, 233.
all the airs and madrigals, 254.
and desolation and dim night, 655.
and slow time, 576.
and tears, in secret in, 869.
and tears, parted in, 539.
and the wakeful stars, 775.
deep as death, 515.
 

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