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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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World’s shore, beat wild on this, 654.
soil in cycles past, cast in, 788.
tired denizen, the, 541.
World-forsakers, world-losers and, 820.
Worldlings do, testament as, 67.
world and, 90.
World-losers and world-forsakers, 820.
Worldly ends, thus neglecting, 42.
goods, were all his, 703.
goods, with all my, 1043.
life, the weariest, 49.
wise, be not, 203.
World-wide fluctuation, 677.
Worm, bit with an envious, 104.
by early songster caught, vagrant, 720.
darkness and the, 308.
dieth not, where their, 1033.
i’ the bud, concealment like a, 75.
I want to be a, 843.
in your little inside, 802.
is in the bud of youth, 423.
man cannot make a, 962.
needlessly sets foot upon a, 422.
no god dare wrong a, 616.
only a, again, 803.
that hath eat of a king, 141.
the canker and the grief, 555.
the smallest, will turn, 95.
was punished sir, the, 720.
Worms and epitaphs, let’s talk of, 81.
devils at, 956.
have eaten men, 71.
of Nile, outvenoms all the, 160.
Worn out with eating time, 276.
sick and tired and faint and, 783.
Worn-out plan, man made on a, 738.
world Alone, 631.
Worse deed, better day the, 282.
for better for, 1042.
for the excuse, 80.
for the wearing, 16.
for wear, not much the, 417.
further and fared, 17.
greater feeling to the, 81.
is boundless better boundless, 666.
make the, appear the better reason, 226, 945.
one word changed for a, 343.
pray God they change for, 25.
remains behind, 141.
than a crime, it is, 991.
than a man, little, 61.
that which makes man no, 937.
things waiting than death, 805.
truth put to the, 255.
Worser ills to face, there are, 847.
Worship God he says, 447.
mystery constitutes the essence of, 995.
of the great of old, silent, 554.
of the world, they have the, 565.
stated calls to, 369.
still to the star of its, 524.
the gods of the place, 193.
the sun, a duty to, 812.
to the garish sun, pay no, 107.
Worship, too divine to love too fair to, 564.
Worshipped stocks and stones, 252.
sun, hour before the, 104.
the rising than the setting sun, 912.
Worshipper, nature mourns her, 488.
Worst and best as heaven and hell, 679.
bottom of the, 102.
comes to the worst, 172, 971.
inn’s worst room, 322.
of slaves, corrupted freemen, 387.
of thoughts the worst of words, 153.
speak something good, the, 205.
that man can feel, 341.
the best and the, 806.
things present seem, 89.
this is the, 148.
to-morrow do thy, 273.
treason has done his, 121.
way to improve the world, the, 721.
what began best can’t end, 711.
world that ever was known, 279.
Worst-humored muse, 400.
Worst-natured muse, 279.
Worth a month in town, 777.
a thousand men, 492.
a whole eternity, 298.
account it, 794.
by poverty depressed, 366.
conscience of her, 237.
doing well, 352.
in anything, what is, 213.
makes the man, 319.
man is, as he esteems himself, 957.
mastered what was not, knowing, 734.
of everything, 899.
promise of celestial, 311.
sad relic of departed, 541.
showed, on foot rascals in coach, 732.
slow rises, 366.
stones of, like, 162.
takes away, half his, 346.
the candle, not, 206.
the search, not, 60.
the winning, 272.
this coil that ’s made for me, 78.
two of that, I know a trick, 84.
what we have we prize not to the, 53.
Worthier, would it were, 548.
Worthily, life spent, 443.
Worthless pomp of homage, 571.
Worthy of all acceptation, 284.
of the name of poet, 583.
of their steel, 491.
of your love, 471.
to be sought, 816.
world was not, of whom the, 1040.
Wot, as by lot God, 404.
not what they are, 54.
Would and we would not, 49.
he shall have nay when he, 9.
I, fain, but I dare not, 25.
I had met my dearest foe, 128.
I that cowléd churchman be, 614.
I were a boy again, 662.
I were dead now, 592.
 

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