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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Dedicate his beauty to the sun, 104.
Dedicated to closeness, 42.
Dedis, gentil that doth gentil, 4.
Dee, across the sands o’, 727.
lived on the river, 427.
rises o’er the source of, 861.
Deed, applaud the, 121.
attempt and not the, 119.
better day the better, 172.
better day the worse, 282.
dignified by the doer’s, 73.
each crisis brings its word and, 650.
every guilty, holds in itself, 647.
first in every graceful, 337.
friend in, 16.
go with it, unless the, 123.
in every eye, blow the, 118.
is in itself a, 682.
is wrought, a noble, 646.
kind of good, to say well, 98.
no noise over a good, 939.
of dreadful note, 121.
of mischief, every, 430.
of shame, each, 643.
purpose is equal to the, 307.
put your creed in your, 616.
shall blow the horrid, 118.
so shines a good, 66.
tells of a nameless, 456.
will for the, 292, 297, 958, 968.
without a name, 123.
Deeds are better things than words are, 645.
are men, 206.
are the sons of heaven, 368.
be not careless in good, 941.
blessings wait on virtuous, 294.
by great thoughts and good, 721.
done in their clime, 549.
excused his devilish, 232.
foul, will rise, 129.
fruitful of golden, 230.
He quickens into, 650.
in, not years, 542.
inimitable his, 36.
is known by gentle, 29.
kind, with coldness, 466.
life measured by, 443.
matter for virtuous, 36.
means to do ill, make deeds ill done, 80.
not words, 185.
of carnage, war and its, 744.
of kindness, little, 760.
of men, looks quite through the, 111.
of mercy, teach us to render, 65.
of truth, 996.
our days our, 767.
power shall fall short in, 705.
unlucky, relate, 156.
we live in, not years, 721.
which make up life, 705.
words are no, 98.
Deemed of them, if we better, 721.
our long gun-deck, might have, 748.
Deemest thou labor only is earnest, 841.
Deep and calm, poppy-seeds of slumber, 764.
and dark blue ocean, 547.
and dreamless sleep, 791.
and gloomy wood, 467.
are dumb, 25.
as a well, ’t is not so, 107.
as death, silence, 515.
as ever death can be, 810.
as first love, 673.
bark goes where traffic blows, 751.
beauty of the world skin, 262.
bosom of the ocean, 95.
bottom of the, dive into the, 84.
breast, hold me to your, 794.
calleth unto deep, 1012.
curses not loud but, 124.
damnation of his taking off, 118.
damp vault, 308.
danger on the, 589.
deep sea, under the, 591.
drink, or taste not, 323.
embosomed in the, 395.
exhaustless, his numbers flowed, 597.
fishes that tipple in the, 259.
for his hearers, too, 399.
from out the boundless, 685.
healths five-fathom, 105.
home is on the, 514.
home on the rolling, 714.
immense Atlantic, 819.
in the lowest, a lower, 231.
into that darkness peering, 656.
malice to conceal, 232.
man’s nature art, 844.
of night is crept upon our talk, 115.
on his front engraven, 227.
philosophy, search of, 260.
plough the watery, 337.
plow, and straight, 622.
potations pottle, 152.
rocked in the cradle of the, 864.
she goes through the, 775.
sigh too, or a kiss too long, 759.
sleep falleth on men, 1008.
spirits from the vasty, 85.
thoughts too, for tears, 478.
to boil like a pot, 818.
versed in books, 241.
where the brook is, 93.
yet clear, 257.
Deep-contemplative, fools so, 68.
Deepening still the dreamlike charm, 725.
Deeper, ground dulness intuitive, with, 729.
in my sighs, I’m growing, 719.
sea, disturbs the Sabbath of that, 700.
than all plummets sound, 807.
than all speech, 715.
than ocean, 585.
than plummet sounded, 43.
than the depth of waters, 769.
Deepest consequence, 116.
grief and woe, 838.
Deeply beautifully blue, 507, 559.
 

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