|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Stern and distant shore, 856.
and rock-bound coast, 569.
god of sea, 253.
ruins ploughshare, 448.
|Sterner stuff, made of, 113.|
|Sternst good-night, gives the, 119.|
|Sterte out of his slepe to, 2.|
|Sterten to, but on hole for to, 4.|
|Stick, beat with fist instead of a, 209.
close to your desks, 801.
fell like the, 431.
on conversations burrs, 689.|
|Sticking-place, screw your courage to the, 118.|
|Stiff in opinions, 268.
thwack, with many a, 211.
upper lip, keep a, 758.|
|Stiffen the sinews, 91.|
|Stile, Im sitting on the, 637.|
|Still achieving still pursuing, 639.
an angel appear, 305.
and bright, the days are, 613.
and quiet conscience, 99.
and serious thought, 471.
as I mused the naked room, 725.
as night, attention, 227.
beginning never ending, 272.
beneath the waves, 819.
celestial beam, 832.
destroying fighting still, 272.
from out yon clouded sky, 613.
God is living working, 717.
golden silence bid our souls be, 764.
govern thou my song, 236.
harping on my daughter, 133.
looking back for it, 686.
prayer of devotion, 524.
sad music of humanity, 467.
sech nights all white and, 736.
seeds of godlike power are in us, 754.
should I love thee, 791.
small voice, 383, 1007.
small voice in autumns, 650.
small voice spake unto me, 666.
so gently oer me stealing, 875.
soliciting eye, 146.
sow eats up all the draffe, 13.
the fields grow greener, 750.
the fitting word He speeds, 650.
the same, its flash is, 610.
the wonder grew, 397.
their strength is to sit, 1026.
to be neat still to be drest, 178.
water is calm and, below, 580.
waters, beside the, 1011.
we see thee lie, how, 791.|
|Stilled at even, 769.|
|Stillness and the night, 65.
everywhere, there is, 831.
modest, and humility, 91.
reigneth evermore, peaceful, 700.
there is in, oft a magic, 607.|
|Still-vexed Bermoothes, 42.|
|Stilly night, oft in the, 523.
sounds, the hum of either army, 91.|
|Sting, death where is thy, 335, 1038.
no more, yearning of soul, 756.|
|Sting, poison and, of things too sweet, 760.
that bids not sit nor stand, 710.
thee twice, have a serpent, 64.|
|Stings, a cruel bee that, 809.
and motions of the sense, 47.
disturb it, it, 780.
never feels the wanton, 47.
you for your pains, 313.|
|Stinger, t is a, 173.|
|Stingeth like an adder, 1020.|
|Stinks, well defined, 503.|
|Stir, all hell for this shall, 93.
as life were in t, 125.
fretful, unprofitable, 467.
it, the more thou, 972.
of the great Babel, 420.
of this dim spot, smoke and, 243.
the fire with a sword, 951.
things that make the greatest, 839.
without great argument, 142.|
|Stirs the blood, for it, 6.|
|Stirred at the whisper, the sap, 811.
my heart is idly, 471.
our hearts in youth, 819.|
|Stirring, man fond of, 593.|
|Stirrup and the ground, 870.|
|Stitch stitch stitch, 594.|
|Stithy, as foul as Vulcans, 138.|
|Stock of harmless pleasure, 369.
of history, 486.|
|Stocks and stones, worshipped, 252.|
|Stocking all the day, 401.|
|Stockings hung by the chimney, 527.|
|Stoic fur, doctors of the, 246.
of the woods, 516.|
|Stoics boast, let, 317.|
|Stoicism, the Romans call it, 298.|
|Stole, and he d starve before he, 853.|
|Stolen, not wanting what is, 154.
out of holy writ, 96.
sweets are best, 297.
waters are sweet, 1017.
when the steed is, 13.|
|Stomach for them all, 156.
goes against my, 70.
mutinied against the, 910.
my, is not good, 22.
of unbounded, 100.|
|Stomachs sake, wine for thy, 1040.|
|Stone, a gift is as a precious, 1019.
at his heels, 405.
beneath the churchyard, 608.
cold as any, 91.
continual dropping wears away a, 892.
fling but a, the giant dies, 354.
I only want a hut of, 689.
in one hand bread in the other, 887.
leave no, unturned, 1001.
many a rich, laid up, 182.
mark with a white, 975.
of the corner, head, 1015.
on stone, dig and heap lay, 753.
rolling, gathers no moss, 14, 897.
rolling his, up the mountain, 644.
set in the silver sea, 81.
tell where I lie, not a, 334.|