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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Wide, a world too, 69.
and starry sky, 830.
as a church door, ’t is not so, 107.
as his will extends, 342.
as the waters be, 484.
enough for thee and me, 378.
is the gate, 1031.
open stand our gates, 798.
sea, alone on a, 498.
sea-marshes of Glynn, 817.
the villains march, 87.
was his parish, 2.
wide world, 821.
Widening, ever, slowly silence all, 679.
Wide-waving wings, 424.
Widow and his orphan, for his, 662.
of doubtful age will marry, 698.
of fifty, here’s to the, 442.
some undone, 194.
weeds appears, in, 449.
woman, 1007.
Widows, thousands of undone, 172.
Widow’s heart to sing, 1009.
Widowed wife and wedded maid, 494.
Wielded at will, 241.
Wields a mighty scepter, he, 731.
Wife, all the world and his, 293.
and children hostages to fortune, 165.
and children impediments to great enterprises, 165.
Cæsar’s, free from suspicion, 913.
dearer than the bride, 377.
giving honour unto the, 1041.
love your neighbour’s, 601.
man who tells his, all he knows, 222.
mirror of an honest, 463.
my particular plague is my, 916.
not so much as suspected, 913.
of mine, sweet wee, 450.
of thy bosom, 1005.
sympathetic, 884.
than my sonne’s, Elizabeth, 749.
the shoemaker’s, 15.
the weaker vessel, 1041.
true and honourable, 112.
what would you with my, 977.
who preaches in her gown, 594.
whoso findeth a, 1019.
widowed, and wedded maid, 494.
with nine small children, 873.
Wifly patience, flour of, 4.
Wight borne to disastrous end, 30.
if ever such, were, 151.
O base Hungarian, 45.
of high renown, 406.
Wild and willowed shore, 487.
but brings, no night so, 715.
by starts ’t was, 390.
commotion, far down beneath the, 700.
contend with angry, billows, 700.
drama means, what this, 683.
emerald cucumber-tree, 635.
in their attire, so, 116.
in woods, when, 275.
moor-sheep feeding everywhere, 725.
on this world’s shore, beat, 654.
Wild passion-waves lulled to rest, 562.
sea roars and lashes, the, 629.
the garden was a, 513.
thyme blows, bank where the, 58.
waves saying, what are the, 715.
with all regret, 673.
words of doom, but colder those, 613.
Wild-blazing grog-shop appears, 591.
Wildered eyes, 771.
Wilderness, choice grain into this, 266.
had they been in the, 700.
lodge in some vast, 418.
lodging-place in the, 1025.
love in such a, 516.
of fools, better than a, 747.
of single instances, 670.
of sweets, 235.
of warning, 739.
Wildernesses, desert, 243.
Wild-fowl, concerning, 77.
Wild-goose chase, 972.
Wild-raging, far on the, sea, 590.
Wild-warbling measures, 447.
Wile, children with endearing, 397.
Wiles, cranks and wanton, 248.
transient sorrows simple, 474.
Will, a boundless beneficent, 785.
and fate fix’d fate, 228.
based upon her people’s, 665.
be there a, 444.
boy’s will is the wind’s, 646.
can neither when we, enjoy, 753.
complies against his, 215.
craft of, 163.
current of a woman’s, 858.
executes a freeman’s, 538.
father thy, not mine be done, 630.
for if she, she will, 313.
for intellect or, 797.
for the deed, 292, 297, 958.
for the wicked, 809.
glideth at his own sweet, 470.
go where he, the wise man, 617.
gods are we heroes if we, 754.
good or evil, save in the, 932.
good or ill lies in the, 930.
good, toward men, 1030.
had tongue at, 151.
Honeycomb, 297.
I laid me down with a, 830.
I should have my, 974.
is free strong is the soul, 754.
it ever late or soon, 683.
left free the human, 334.
men who possess opinions and a, 730.
my poverty but not my, 108.
nor when we, resign, 753.
not believe a man repents, 678.
not look the same by day, 658.
not when he may, 9.
one man’s, to live by, 31.
or won’t, a woman, 313.
pay thy poverty not thy, 108.
puzzles the, 136.
reason firm the temperate, 475.
reason panders, 140.
serveth not another’s, 174.
star of the unconquered, 639.
 

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