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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Death the consoler, 643.
the fear of, 897.
the healer, scorn thou not, 882.
the jaws of, 77, 671.
the lover of life, 829.
the serenity of, 784.
there is no, 642.
thing that nature wills, 941.
think not disdainfully of, 941.
thou hast all seasons, 570.
till they have wakened, 151.
till, us do part, 1042.
’t is not all of, to die, 496.
to a world of, 500.
to die a more painful, 998.
to life, from, 40.
to us play to you, 858.
to what we fear of, 49.
triumphant, 240.
ugly sights of, 96.
under the ribs of, 245.
unexpected, the best sort, 921.
untimely stopped, 335.
up the river of, sailed, 748.
urges knells call, 307.
vacancies by, are few, 435.
valiant taste but once of, 112.
victory or, resolved on, 990.
wages of sin is, 1036.
wait for what will be exhibited by, 745.
way to dusty, 125.
we fear our, in every hedge, 969.
what men call life, 952.
what should it know of, 466.
when I wander away with, 795.
where is thy sting, 335, 1038.
where sin and, abound, 497.
which happened in his berth, 595.
which nature never made, 308.
who puts, sweet is, 680.
whose portal we call, 642.
with rust, eaten to, 88.
worse things waiting than, 805.
Deaths, cowards die many times before their, 112.
feels a thousand, 308.
unknown to fame, 339.
Death’s pale flag, 109.
truer name is Onward, 685.
Death-bed a detector of the heart, 307.
of fame, from the, 514.
Death-beds, ask, they can tell, 307.
Death-complete to die, a life-complete in, 824.
Deathless creed, its spangles a, 748.
fame, to give her features, 763.
page, traced on the, 726.
Debate, Rupert of, 624, 631.
Debt, a double, to pay, 397.
a national, is a national blessing, 532.
no, with so much prejudice put off as that of justice, 926.
prolific mother of folly, 628.
to nature’s quickly paid, 204.
Debts, he that dies pays all, 43.
Debtor to his profession, 164.
Decalogue, can hear the, 468.
Decay, age is not all, 760.
but a slow, 794.
fondest hopes would not, 778.
fretted the pigmy body to, 267.
general flavor of mild, 691.
gradations of, 367.
hastes to swift, 367.
majestic in, 347.
may talk of degeneracy and, 603.
melts in unperceived, 365.
muddy vesture of, 65.
the great and wise, 810.
upon old, greenest mosses, 650.
wealth accumulates and men, 396.
Decays, age unconscious of, 341.
glimmering and, 264.
Decay’s effacing fingers, 548.
Deceased, he first, 175.
he is indeed, 62.
spirit of every day, 307.
Deceit, hug the dear, 362.
in gorgeous palace, 107.
men favour the, 276.
Deceitful, appearances are, 952.
favour is, 1021.
shine deceitful flow, 524.
woman damnable, 280.
Deceive, easiest person to, is one’s self 632.
when first we practise to, 490.
Deceived, true way to be, 981.
trust all and be, 686.
Deceiver, to deceive the, 983.
Deceivers ever, men were, 51, 405.
Deceiving, literature the most, of professions, 812.
what is hope but, 780.
December, in a drear-nighted, 576.
it was in the bleak, 655.
mirth of its, 608.
seek roses in, 539.
snow, wallow naked in, 81.
when men wed, 71.
Decencies, content to dwell in, 321.
those thousand, 238.
Decency, die with, 280.
right meet of, 380.
want of, is want of sense, 278.
Decently and in order, 1038.
Decide, moment to, 732.
when doctors disagree who shall, 322.
Decider of dusty and old titles, 199.
Decision by majorities is as much, 693.
in the valley of, 1028.
Deck, boy stood on the burning, 570.
our girls for gay delights, to, 748.
Decked, thy bride-bed to have, 144.
Declares wit dull, dulness intuitive, 729.
Declined into the vale of years, 153.
Decoy, fashion’s brightest arts, 398.
Decrease, life is in, 309.
Decree, curst by heaven’s, 398.
doom of fates, 29.
Decrees, a mighty state’s, 675.
Dedes, gentil, to do the, 4.
 

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