|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Times were not hard and money scarce, 621.
when the mirth of others saddens, 632.
when the world is ancient, 169.
wherein we now live, 169.
wise men say nothing in dangerous, 196.|
|Times corrosive dewdrop eats, 762.
devouring hand, 352.
furrows on anothers brow, 309.
horses gallop down the lessening hill, 850.
infinite sea, 781.
iron feet can print, 635.
noblest offspring is the last, 312.|
|Time-honoured Lancaster, 80.|
|Timelessly, primrose fading, 251.|
|Timely dew of sleep, 233.
inn, to gain the, 121.|
|Timoleons arms, 391.|
|Timothy learnt sin to fly, 873.|
|Tinct with cinnamon, 575.|
|Tinged by the rising sun, 578.|
|Tinkling cymbal, 1037.|
|Tintinnabulation that so musically wells, 655.|
|Tints of woe, sabler, 386.|
|Tip of his subduing tongue, 163.|
|Tips his tongue, persuasion, 297.
with silver, 106.|
|Tipple in the deep, fishes that, 259.|
|Tipsy always blind and often, 609.
dance and jolity, 243.|
|Tip-tilted like the petal of a flower, 678.|
|Tiptoe, jocund day stands, 108.
religion stands on, 205.
when this day is named stand, 92.|
|Tire of all creation, 692.|
|Tires in a mile-a, 77.|
|Tired and faint and worn, 783.
and lone, unmated creature, 717.
he sleeps, till, 318.
natures sweet restorer, 306.
waves vainly breaking, while the, 727.|
|T is but a little faded flower, 766.|
|Titanic, through an alley, of cypress, 656.|
|Titans down, Jove strikes the, 704.|
|Tithe of mint and anise, 1032.
or toll, no Italian priest shall, 79.|
|Title and profit I resign, 349.
gained no, lost no friend, 323.
knave that wears a, 310.
long and dark successive, 268.
please thine ear, whatever, 330.
weigh the man not his, 282.
when I can read my, clear, 303.|
|Titles are marks of honest men, 310.
decider of dusty and old, 199.
high though his, 488.
power and pelf, 488.|
|Titus with uncommon sense, 352.|
|Titwillow titwillow, 801.|
|To all to each a fair good night, 490.|
|To be or not to be, 135.
horse away, 296.|
|Toad, I had rather be a, 154.
rose-water on a, 612.
squat like a, 234.
ugly and venomous, 67.|
|Toad-eater, Pulteneys, 389.|
|Toast pass, let the, 442.|
|Tobacco, anything for thy sake, 509.
|Tocsin of the soul, 559.|
|To-day and for ever, the same, 696.
be, and joy again, 845.
falsehoods which we spurn, 651.
his own, who can call, 273.
I have lived, 273.
in, already walks to-morrow, 504.
my soul, is far away, 751.
nor care beyond, 381.
our youth we can have but, 312.
pleasure to be drunk, 362.
speed, to be put back to-morrow, 29.
thats eight times, 590.
the road all runners come, 842.
to-morrow be, 647.
to-morrow cheerful as, 321.
whatever may annoy, 845.|
|Toe, from top to, 632.
light fantastic, 248.
of frog, eye of newt, 123.
of the peasant, 143.|
|Together, and as brothers live, 645.
and the loved one all, 714.
by the waters of Life we sat, 599.
we have been friends, 653.
we shall be again, 804.|
|Toil and care, fond of, 991.
and fare, 822.
and not attain, some shall, 489.
and of tears, weary of, 783.
and trouble, 123.
and trouble, war is, 272.
and trouble, why all this, 466.
be done, ere the, 717.
days long, is past, 594.
does not come to help the idle, 893.
envy want the jail, 365.
govern those that, 395.
he wins his spirits light from, 387.
he won, what with his, 267.
honor lies in honest, 804.
horny hands of, 732.
is lost, or all the, 416.
is the law of life, 786.
is the sire of fame, 885.
is the true knights pastime, 728.
morn of, nor night of waking, 491.
not neither do they spin, 1030.
oer books, 348.
of dropping buckets into wells, 419.
on poor heart unceasingly, 719.
patient of, 428.
shall have its wage, 798.
the blessing of earth is, 834.
those that think govern those that 395.
true leisure one with true, 716.
verse sweetens, 393.|