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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Differ, though all things, all agree, 333.
Difference, distinction without a, 364.
of purpose between Almighty, 662.
strange all this, should be, 351.
then where’s the, 719.
to me, but oh the, 469.
wear your rue with a, 142.
Different branches of arithmetic, 782.
like but oh how, 476.
Difficile, Latin was no more, 210.
Difficult, best things, most, 915.
to design things, 368.
to know one’s self, 943.
Difficulties, choice of, 861.
knowledge under, 528.
show what men are, 930.
Difficulty and labour hard, 230.
in life is the choice, 835.
Diffused good abundant grows, 415.
knowledge immortalizes itself, 457.
Dig and heap lay stone on stone, we, 753.
the grave and let me die, 830.
Digest, mark and inwardly, 1042.
of anarchy, 409.
Digested, books to be chewed and, 168.
Digestion bred, from pure, 234.
wait on appetite, 122.
Diggeth a pit, whoso, 1021.
Dignified by the doer’s deed, 73.
vice sometimes by action, 106.
Dignifies humanity, 594.
Dignities, peace above all earthly, 99.
Dignity in every act of, 938.
in every gesture, 237.
of crimes, reach the, 437.
of history, 364, 603.
Washingtonian, 795.
Digression, there began a lang, 448.
Diligence, best of me is, 146.
few things are impossible to, 368.
increaseth the fruit of toil, 880.
is the mother of good fortune, 977.
Diligent in his business, 1020.
Dim and perilous way, 465.
blue hill of dream, 837.
dominions on the nights, 613.
eclipse, in, 225.
enchantments, render birth to, 653.
halls of night, through the, 613.
life should teach, my own, 675.
night, desolation and, 655.
religious light, 250.
sweet woods, 817.
with age, sun shall grow, 299.
with childish tears, eyes are, 471.
with rust, brightest blades grow, 691.
with the mist of years, 541.
world of clouding cares, 771.
Dim-discovered, ships, 356.
Dimensions go clearly to show, cozy, 750.
senses affections, 63.
Diminished heads, hide their, 231.
rays, hide your, 322.
Diminution of our claims, 995.
Dimmed the light of heaven, 834.
Dimmer in the eyes, I’m growing, 719.
Dimness, sight faints into, 549.
Dimple on his chin, 31.
Dimpled chin, pretty page with, 697.
Dimpling all the way, run, 328.
Dine and dress, let the world go, 611.
has enough when he would, 719.
that jurymen may, 326.
Dined, greatly daring, 332.
to-day, I have, 461.
Diners-out from whom we guard our spoons, 605.
Dining, the man that can live without, 780.
thought of, 399.
Dinner bell the tocsin of the soul, 559.
good enough, 371.
lubricates business, 437.
much depends on, 560.
nap after, 372.
of herbs, better is a, 1018.
others stay, 263.
to ask a man to, 371.
Dinotherium wandered by, a, 818.
Diogenes I would be were I not Alexander, 925.
Dipt in night, 775.
Dire was the noise of conflict, 236.
Direct and honest, to be, 154.
the lie, 72.
Directs the storm, 299, 331.
Direction, all chance, 316.
Dirge in marriage, 127.
is sung by forms unseen, 389.
Dirge-like sound, winter loves a, 486.
Dirt, faithless leather met the, 311.
loss of wealth is loss of, 8.
of London-town, 854.
was trumps, if, 510.
Dirty work again, the creature’s at his, 327.
Dis’s waggon, flowers from, 77.
Disagree, men only, 227.
when doctors, 322.
Disagreeable man, such a, 800.
more, to say than do, 914.
Disappear, evil tends to, 773.
to see my bright ones, 749.
Disappointed unaneled, 132.
woman, fury of a, 296.
Disappointment follow, lest, 869.
of manhood, 626.
Disaster, unmerciful, 656.
Disasters in his morning face, 397.
weary with, 121.
Disastrous chances, 150.
end, borne to, 30.
twilight, 225.
Disbanding hired armies, 584.
Discern, all we have built do we, 753.
Discharge, no, in that war, 1023.
Disciplined inaction, 457.
Disconsolate, a Peri stood, 526.
Discontent, discontented with divine, 729.
is want of self-reliance, 618.
nights in pensive, 29.
 

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