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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Words are but empty thanks, 296.
are faint, all, 437.
are few and often funny, 720.
are like leaves, 323.
are men’s daughters, 368.
are no deeds, 98.
are the daughters of earth, 368.
are the physician of a mind diseased, 881.
are things, 558.
are wise men’s counters, 200.
are women deeds are men, 206.
as in fashions, in, 324.
at random flung, 437.
be few, let thy, 1022.
be not confused in, 941.
bethumped with, 78.
brave Raleigh spoke, 330.
charm agony with, 53.
congealed by cold, 924.
could never utter, such as, 697.
darkeneth counsel by, 1009.
deceiving, in, 251.
deeds are better things than, are, 645.
deeds not, 185.
do not smite like war-clubs, 645.
dwells ever in her, 608.
Emerson whose rich, 734.
fair, never hurt the tongue, 38.
familiar as household, 92.
filled her mouth with lying, 598.
finden, newe, 2.
fine, wonder where you stole ’em, 290.
flows in fit, 268.
fly up, my, 140.
forcible are right, 1008.
give sorrow, 124.
have suffered corruption, 174.
he multiplieth, 1009.
I understand a fury in your, 155.
immodest, admit of no defence, 278.
in their best order, 505.
intellectual power through, 480.
joys of sense lie in three, 319.
large divine and comfortable, 677.
like airy servitors, 253.
like perfect music unto nobler, 685.
long-tailed, in osity, 462.
men of few, are the best men, 91.
move slow, the, 324.
multitude of, 944.
Narcissa’s last, 321.
no, can paint, 437.
no, suffice the secret soul, 551.
of all sad, of tongue or pen, 649.
of doom, colder those wild, 613.
of learned length, 397.
of love, sweet are the, 793.
of love then spoken, 523.
of Marmion, the last, 490.
of Mercury are harsh, 57.
of the wise as goads, 1024.
of truth and soberness, 1035.
repeats his, 79.
report thy, how he may, 242.
rhapsody of, 140.
smell of the apron, 918.
Words smelt of the lamp, 914.
smoother than butter, 1013.
sounding on through, 465.
spareth his, 1019.
sweet as honey, 337.
ten low, in one dull line, 324.
that Bacon or Raleigh spoke, 330.
that burn, 382.
that have been so nimble, 196.
that weep and tears that speak, 262.
the shadows of actions, 915.
the unpleasantest, 64.
things not made for, 945.
thou hast spoken, 868.
though ne’er so witty, 25.
to give fair, 12.
to them, wut’s, 737.
two narrow, hic jacet, 27.
two, to that bargain, 294.
unpack my heart with, 135.
weighty sense flows in fit, 268.
were few, looks were fond, 537.
were now written, that my, 1009.
were simple words enough, his, 732.
with heavenly, 36.
with these dark, 479.
with, we govern men, 627.
without knowledge, 1009.
without thoughts, 140.
words words, 133.
worst of thoughts the worst of, 153.
writ in waters, 37.
Wordless prayer, the impulse to a, 819.
Wordsworth’s healing power, 753.
Wordy, be not, 936.
Wore a wreath of roses, 588.
Work a little, a little play, 789.
and move, all things, 717.
and thou wilt bless, 717.
and tools, there is always, 732.
another rock would crown the, 704.
books or, or healthful play, 302.
born with him, man’s, 732.
but just begun, 779.
creature’s at his dirty, again, 327.
first and then rest, 747.
for all, say there’s bread and, 638.
for man to mend, 270.
goes bravely on, the, 295.
grows fair through dreaming, 761.
his day’s work and his night’s, 805.
huddle up their, 419.
in our stations, abide and, 727.
instant he sets himself to, 583.
is done, the reaper’s, 570.
life’s, well done, 757.
made manifest, 1037.
man goeth forth unto his, 1015.
many hands make light, 17.
material comes before the, 792.
men must, 727.
nature’s noblest, 446.
night cometh when no man can, 1035.
noblest, she classes O, 446.
not, they that, 717.
nothing to do but, 838.
of a moment, 971.
 

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