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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Wailing cry, 784.
winds and naked woods, 573.
Wain, wheels of Phœbus’, 243.
Waist for an arm, what a, 751.
lover’s arm round her, 670.
round the slight, 548.
Wait a century for a reader, 858.
a little longer, 718.
for what will be exhibited by death, 745.
I witness and, 742.
like a ghost that is speechless, 646.
thou child of hope, 696.
till you come to forty year, 697.
to him who will but, 644.
who only stand and, 252.
with longing eyes I, 696.
Waits, but labors and endures and, 647.
unformed, society, 745.
Waiting for some one to come, of, 648.
in his place, our champion, 650.
Wake and call me early, 667.
and sleep, still did, 163.
and weep, here must I, 450.
dream in joy and, in love, 578.
dream of those who, 907.
from my slumber, I, 715.
if I should die before I, 873.
in our breast the living, 689.
or we sleep, whether we, 664.
soldier wake thy war-horse, 623.
thee, till angels, 367.
to perish never, 478.
tremble when I, 418.
Wakes, at country, 274.
the bitter memory, 231.
Waked by the circling hours, 235.
me too soon, you have, 302.
she fled, I, 252.
Wakeful nightingale, 233.
stars, 775.
Wakefulness, fail with, 600.
Wakens the slumbering ages, 606.
Waking bliss, certainly of, 244.
man, dream of a, 947.
morn of toil nor night of, 491.
Wales a portion, 447.
Walk about, foolery does, 76.
beneath it steadfastly, 686.
beneath the stars, 842.
beyond the common, 307.
by faith not by sight, 1038.
by moon or glittering starlight, 234.
free and own no superior, soul, 744.
in fear and dread, 499.
in silk attire, 861.
into my parlour, 629.
milky way or solar, 315.
none durst, but he, 275.
of art, every, 457.
of virtuous life, 307.
on wings, seem to, 339.
our unchained feet, freely, 580.
the earth unseen, 234.
the public ways, 845.
under his huge legs, 110.
while ye have the light, 1035.
Walk with God in the dark, 808.
with, pretty to, 256.
with stretched-forth necks, 1025.
with you talk with you, 61.
Walks abroad, take my, 301.
among his peers unread, he, 749.
and shades, these happy, 239.
benighted under midday sun, 244.
echoing, between, 239.
eye nature’s, 315.
happy, and shades, 239.
in beauty like the night, 551.
in King’s Bench, 297.
in us, 996.
o’er the dew, 127.
onward in the way, 686.
the waters like a thing of life, 550.
to-morrow, already, 504.
unavenged amongst us, 298.
up and down with me, 19.
Walked away with their clothes, 624.
beside the evening sea, I, 758.
in glory, him who, 470.
in paradise, 694.
in Thebes’s streets, 517.
round and regarded his critic, 723.
straight out of the ark, 460.
Walketh in darkness, 1014.
Walking and mincing as they go, 1025.
apart forever, two are, 749.
in an air of glory, 263.
shadow, life’s but a, 125.
Wall, bores through his castle, 82.
close the, up with our English dead, 91.
feather bed betwixt a, 211.
giant shadow on the, 767.
in the office of a, 81.
of partition, middle, 1039.
the, is strong, 836.
weakest goes to the, 104.
whitewashed, 397.
Walls around are bare, and the, 756.
banners on the outward, 125.
have ears, 2.
have ears, woods have tongues as, 678.
I have my own four, 585.
of Paradise, spirit lies under, 751.
of time, working in these, 647.
peace be within thy, 1016.
stone, do not a prison make, 260.
theatres porches, 438.
these narrow, 776.
wooden, of England, 1053.
Wallace bled, Scots wha hae wi’, 450.
Waller was smooth, 329.
Wallets for our vices, 902.
Wallnuts and the wine, 666.
Walton’s heavenly memory, 484.
Wand, bright gold ring on her, 520.
he walked with, 224.
Wander away with death, 795.
by the shore, 842.
through eternity, 227.
with me, come, 637.
Wanders heaven-directed, 321.
the wind that, 807.
 

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