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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Suit of sables, 138.
the action to the word, 137.
Suits of solemn black, 127.
of woe, trappings and the, 121.
out of, with fortune, 66.
rogues in buckram, 84.
Sullein mind, musing in his, 28.
Sullen dame, our sulky, 451.
roar, 856.
Sullenness against nature, 254.
Sulphur, land of oat-cakes and, 459.
Sultans, poets are, 258.
Sum, no inconsiderable, 778.
of all villanies, 359.
of earthly bliss, 238.
of human things, 437.
of living, makes up the, 763.
of more, giving thy, 67.
of Shakespeare’s wit, 616.
Summer air, saddening the, 790.
beautiful early, weather, 599.
bird-cage, 180.
comes with flower and bee, 571.
day was spoiled, 792.
dream, sprite begotten of, 865.
dust, dry as, 479.
eternal, gilds them yet, 557.
eves by haunted stream, 249.
friends, like 204.
in, quite the other way, 829.
in, whole flocks come, 799.
last rose of, 521.
life ’s a short, 366.
made glorious, 95.
night, sound loves to revel in a, 654.
nights, dews of, 426.
of her age, in the, 276.
of your youth, 378.
one swallow maketh not, 17.
pale in her bowers, stands, 763.
redundant blueness abundant, 713.
skies are darkly blue, 613.
splendid, of its noiseless might, 846.
surely ’t is better when, 588.
sweet as, 101.
thou that bring’st the, 790.
thy eternal, shall not fade, 161.
’t is, 810.
with flowers that fell, 805.
Summers dead, wind wails in winter for, 729.
in a sea of glory, 99.
raw inclement, 291.
some nineteen short, ago, 750.
Summer’s cloud, like a, 122.
day, as one shall see in a, 51.
day, hath a, 259.
day, the end of a, 770.
eve, one, 622.
golden languor, 829.
heat, fantastic, 81.
morn, like a, 502.
noontide air, 227.
queen, would grace a, 492.
ripening breath, 106.
rose or vernal bloom, 230.
wonder-land, 854.
Summer-time, thou spirit of the, 770.
Summit, from the eastern, 861.
linger and play on its, 529.
of art, 995.
round by round, mount to its, 730.
Summon from the shadowy past, 641.
up remembrance, 161.
up the blood, 91.
Summons, thee to heaven or to hell, 119.
upon a fearful, 126.
when thy, comes, 572.
Summum nec metuas diem, 240.
Sumptuous variety, 796.
wreaths to the dead, 843.
Sun, a blind spinner in the, 779.
a duty to worship, 812.
all except their, is set, 557.
and shade, through, 670.
as comes to me or cloud or, 630.
as the, drew the morning dew, 270.
aweary of the, ’gin to be, 126.
bales unopened to the, 307.
before the worshipped, 104.
behold for the last time the, 533.
benighted under the midday, 244.
between the sundawn and the, 805.
but brings the constant, 715.
cannot be looked at with a steady eye, 980.
can not feel the, 717.
candle to the, 191, 263, 311.
children of the, 311.
clouds around the setting, 478.
clouds which seem pavilions of the, 631.
common, the air the skies, 386.
courses even with the, 178.
crimsoned by the setting, 802.
declines, our wishes lengthen as our, 309.
dedicate his beauty to the, 104.
dewdrop from the, 486.
doth pale his light, the, 722.
doubt the, doth move, 133.
dropp’d from the zenith, 225.
dry, dry wind, 21.
early rising, 202.
fruit I bore was the, 926.
give me the splendid silent, 743.
go down upon your wrath, 347.
goes round, take all the rest the, 220.
gorgeous as the midsummer, 86.
grow dim with age, 299.
grows cold, till the, 761.
had risen to hear him crow, thought, 730.
half in, half in shade, 523.
has a right to set, 787.
has left the lea, the, 494.
he sendeth, he sendeth shower, 630.
hills ancient as the, 572.
himself will pass, and the, 683.
hooting at the glorious, 501.
impearls on every leaf, 235.
in all his state, 694.
in his coming, meet the, 529.
in my dominions never sets, 990.
 

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