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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Work of God, the noblest, 319.
of love to do, some noble, 696.
of our hands, 1014.
of polished idleness. 457.
of the world, 846.
of their own hearts, 566.
or lose the power to will, 717.
rising to a man’s, 939.
silent part is best of every noble, 746.
to sport as tedious as to, 83.
together for good, 1036.
together in harmony, 826.
under our labour grows, 238.
we are in, strive to finish the, 662.
what a piece of, is a man, 134.
when all its, is done the lie, 757.
who first invented, 509.
woman’s, is never done, 874.
workman known by the, 983.
Works done least rapidly, 707.
each natural agent, 36.
embodied in, greatest ideas, 746.
find righteous or unrighteous judgment, 807.
follows God in his, 304.
full of good, 1035.
he that, and does, 583.
in science read the newest, 632.
in, subdued to what it, 163.
most authors steal their, 325.
nature sighing through all hell, 239.
of art, in the vaunted, 617.
of nature, lord of all, 30.
rich in good, 1040.
son of his own, 971.
these are thy glorious, 235.
universal, blank of nature’s, 230.
Workers, men the, 669.
Working in these walls of time, 647.
our salvation, tools of, 215.
out a pure intent, 482.
out its way, fiery soul, 267.
spells, 816.
still, God is living, 717.
Workings, hum of mighty, 576.
Working-day world, full of briers, 66.
Workman known by the work, 983.
not to be ashamed, 1040.
World, a, has passed away, 809.
a maniac, 775.
ah, happy, 797.
all corners of the, 160.
all is right with the, 705.
all the beauty of the, 262.
all the countries in the, 693.
all the, must see the world, 759.
all the uses of this, 128.
along its path advances, 523.
always morn somewhere in the, 622.
an idler, too, busy, 420.
and his wife, all the, 293.
and its dread laugh, 356.
and love, 793.
and worldlings base, 90.
another and a better, 991.
applaud the hollow ghost, 753.
as good be out of the, 296.
World, as the, the world hath seen, 759.
bade the, farewell, 513.
balance of the old, 464.
banish all the, 85.
bank-note, 563.
barbaric yawp over roofs of, 742.
beats time, whereto the, 685.
before the whole, 984.
bestride the narrow, 110.
better than all heads in the, 632.
better, than this, 66.
bite my thumb at the, 778.
blows and buffets of the, 121.
books a substantial, 477.
borrow the name of the, 166.
breathers of this, 162.
breathes out contagion to this, 139.
brought death into the, 223.
but as a stage, 970.
but had not force, made the, 681.
called the new, into existence, 464.
calls idle, whom the, 420.
came up stairs into the, 294.
can give, not a joy the, 553.
can never fill, void the, 422.
cankers of a calm, 86.
cast out of the, and despised, 27.
children of this, 1034.
citizen of the, 633, 925, 950.
commandress of the, 35.
creation’s heir the, 394.
daffed the, aside, 86.
dead, 802.
death undulate round the, 744.
destruction of our, 663.
dissolves, when all the, 41.
doth but two nations bear, 263.
dreams books are each a, 477.
drowsy syrups of the, 154.
enchants the, 356.
envy of the, 408.
equal hope in the, 661.
ere the, be past, 396.
falls when Rome falls, 546.
far from ours, some, 567.
fashion of this, passeth away, 1037.
fever of the, 467.
filled with things to enjoy, 746.
fleets beyond this iron, 685.
flesh and the devil, 1042.
for all the, he was, 90.
for the last battle of the, 650.
foremost man of all this, 114.
forgetting by the world forgot, 333.
four corners of the, 967.
gain the whole, 1032.
gifts of the, 66.
girdle round about the, 36.
give the, the lie, 25.
glide in the gaze of the, 623.
go dine and dress, let the, 611.
God and the, 793.
goes, honest as this, 133.
goes up the world goes down, 728.
goes with no eyes, 148.
good bye proud, 615.
good deed in a naughty, 66.
grew pale, name at which the, 365.
 

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