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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Speaker, but I am truest, 160.
no other, of my living actions, 101.
Speaketh not and yet there lies, he, 647.
Speaking, eloquent man not, the truth, 585.
heard for their much, 1030.
things they ought not, 1040.
thought him still, 237.
tongue, the, 619.
Spear, freedom leaning on her, 690.
Ithuriel with his, 234.
snatched the, 443, 489.
to equal the tallest pine, 224.
Spears into pruning-hooks, 1024.
Special, loved gold in, 2.
providence, 145.
wonder, without our, 122.
Spectacle of human happiness, 462.
so ridiculous, no, 601.
Spectacles of books, 277.
on nose and pouch on side, 69.
Spectators, pleasure to the, 604.
Spectre-bark, off shot the, 498.
Spectre-doubts, dispel, ye, 513.
Speculation in those eyes, 122.
Speech abroad, there is a, 166.
be alway with grace, let your, 1039.
better than silence, 886.
day unto day uttereth, 1011.
discretion of, 167.
dishonourable, for a general, 919.
gentle of, 343.
his, is a burning fire, 805.
is a mirror of the soul, 900.
is of time, 584.
is shallow as time, 582.
is silvern silence is golden, 584.
is truth, 489.
made to open man to man, 310.
men polished by act and, 767.
mend your, a little, 146.
my shell hath, 793.
of love, silence is the, 763.
often regretted my, 900.
persuasive sighs and, 339.
plainness of, 1038.
poetry of, 545.
propriety of, 169.
rude am I in my, 149.
rude in, though I be, 1038.
said to be the, of angels, 582.
silence more eloquence than, 696.
silence sweeter is than, 765.
the image of actions, 943.
the whole sea’s, 769.
thought deeper than, 715.
thought wed itself with, 674.
to conceal thoughts, 986.
true use of, 403.
was given to disguise thoughts, 310.
was like to tapestry, 909.
when thought is, 489.
Speeches compared to cypress trees, 920.
men’s charitable, 170.
which have produced an electrical effect, 827.
Speechless, wait like a ghost that is, 646.
Speed, add wings to thy, 229.
be wise with, 311.
down dark aisles on shining feet, 821.
he started with, he had lost the, 851.
in doing a thing, 910.
on lonely paths, away they, 775.
over thin ice our safety is our, 621.
the going guest, 328.
the parting guest, 346.
the soft intercourse, 333.
thousands at his bidding, 252.
to-day put back to-morrow, 29.
Speeds, still the fitting word He, 650.
Spell better than they pronounce, 796.
it Vinci, 796.
kindled by the master’s, 455.
of its silence, voice dissolves the, 646.
on one foot fust, he stood a, 736.
trance or breathed, 251.
Spells, aggressive fancy working, 816.
lime-twigs of his, 245.
magic of tongue most dangerous of, 632.
talismans and, 422.
Spence, Sir Patrick, ballad of, 502.
Spend another such a night, 96.
or to lend or to give in, 279.
to give to want to, 30.
Spending, getting and, 476.
Spenser, lie a little nearer, 179.
lodge thee by Chaucer, or, 179.
Spent and maimed among, the, 729.
dayes that might be better, 29.
them not in toys, 260.
under the devil’s belly, 959.
what we, we have, 988.
Sperit, never drink no, 735.
Sphere all quit their, 315.
fitting of self to one’s, 716.
I return to the celestial, 742.
of our sorrow, from the, 567.
or pain in every peopled, 683.
she just began to move in, 409.
two stars in one, 87.
Spheres above, silence music of the, 763.
music of the, 218.
pleasures of the, 526.
seems to shake the, 271.
stars shot madly from their, 57.
start from their, 131.
with one breath attunes the, 722.
Sphere-descended maid, 390.
Spice of life, variety is the, 419.
Spices grow, hills where, 302.
Spick and span new, 172, 212, 978.
Spicy nut-brown ale, 249.
shore of Arabie the blest, 232.
Spider, much like a subtle, 175.
to the fly, said a, 629.
Spiders, half-starved, 413.
lately had two, 296.
Spider’s touch how exquisitely fine, 316.
 

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