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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Dead in look so woe-begone, 88.
in the streets, truth never fell, 694.
it seems that the, are there, 756.
languages, 556.
leaves fall and melt, 770.
lion, living dog better than a, 1023.
men rise up never, 806.
men, who wait for, 16.
men’s bones, full of, 1033.
men’s skulls, 96.
mournings for the, 642.
nature seems, 905.
New England’s, 634.
no pageant train when I am, 571.
not, but gone before, 455.
not to speak evil of the, 944.
of midnight, 433.
of night, 88.
on the face of the, 766.
on the field of honour, 1000.
only the, who do not return, 990.
past bury its dead, 689.
poets in their misery, 470.
rest for the, 786.
rest her soul, she’s, 143.
rises from, cerements the Christ, 788.
say I’m sick, I’m, 326.
sepulchres of mighty, 580.
sheeted, did squeak, 126.
sleeping but never, 731.
the breathers of this world are, 162.
the law hath not been, 48.
the noble living and the noble, 476.
the unreplying, 784.
this earth that bears thee, 87.
those immortal, who live again, 730.
thought it happier to be, 616.
vast and middle of the night, 128.
when honour dies the man is, 649.
when I am, let fire destroy the world, 893.
when I am, no pageant train, 571.
when the living might exceed the, 219.
who hath bent him o’er the, 548.
wind wails in winter for summers, 729.
world, 802.
world the moon, as you, 683.
would I were, now, 592.
Dead-letter days, 508.
Deadly breach, imminent, 150.
fair so coldly sweet, 548.
Dead-sure thing, a, 811.
Deaf adder, like the, 1013.
as the sea in rage, 80.
none so, that will not hear, 19, 283.
Deal damnation round the land, 334.
of nothing, infinite, 60.
of sack, intolerable, 85.
of scorn, what a, 76.
of skimble-skamble stuff, 85.
square, 840.
Dealings, he was faultless in his, 609.
whose hard, 62.
Dean, cushion and soft, 322.
Deans, dowagers for, 672.
Dear as remembered kisses, 673.
Dear as the light of these sad eyes, 383.
as the ruddy drops, 383.
as the vital warmth, 280.
as these eyes that weep, 280.
be what men call life, 885.
beauteous death, 264.
charmer away, 348.
common flower, 733.
dark woods, 817.
five hundred friends, 419.
for his whistle, paid, 361.
for my possessing, too, 162.
forever kind forever, 340.
how fondly, 766.
hut our home, 362.
it is to us, how, 810.
makes the remembrance, 74.
man to all the country, 396.
my, better half, 34.
old friend to me, 825.
sixpence all too, 152, 406.
son of memory, 251.
to God, worthy patriots, 254.
to gods and men, 347.
to me as are the ruddy drops, 112.
to me as life and light, 450.
to memory, thou art, 597.
to this heart, 537.
where did you come from baby, 759.
Dears, the lovely, 446.
Dearer than his horse, something, 669.
than self, something dear, 541.
Dearest enemy, nearest and, 174.
foe in heaven, met my, 128.
thing he owed, 117.
through every season, 596.
Dearly let or let alone, 204.
Dearth of kindness, 771.
of woman’s tears, was, 653.
Death a door that leads to light, 784.
a hero in, 340.
a necessary end, 112.
a stopping of impressions, 940.
after, the doctor, 205.
aims with fouler spite, 203.
all in the valley of, 671.
and his brother sleep, 567.
and life, bane and antidote, 299.
and life in ceaseless, 654.
and night, hands of the sisters, 744.
and taxes, 361.
and that vast forever, 727.
and the sole death, 710.
angel of, 803.
armed with new terror, 528.
at the end is, 821.
back resounded, 229.
be thou faithful unto, 1041.
begun, birth is nothing but, 309.
bones hearsed in, 130.
borders upon our birth, 182.
broke the vital chain, 367.
brother to sleep, 39.
by slanderous tongues, done to, 54.
calls ye, 209.
came with friendly care, 500.
can this be, my soul, 335.
 

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