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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Done, to have, 781.
to think the year is all but, 728.
we may compute what’s, 448.
well and as is fitting, 1029.
well, is done soon enough, 967.
what men have, 828.
what’s, is done, 121.
where much is to be, 376.
with so much ease, 267.
work is, lie shall rot, 757.
Donned his clothes, he rose and, 142.
Don’t see it, I, 297.
want to fight, we, 867.
Doom, days that wove your, 806.
defied all portents of impending, 613.
had an early, 623.
of fate, 29.
regardless of their, 381.
the crack of, 123.
those wild words of, 613.
Doomed for a certain term, 131.
Doon, ye banks and braes of bonny, 452.
Door, at mine hostess’, 78.
at my, the pale horse stands, 811.
beside a human, 472.
clicked behind the, 397.
drove me from the, 433.
haunt the rich man’s, 424.
know the grass before the, 769.
of life, 805.
shut shut the, 326.
shut the stable, 13.
there paused to shut the, 844.
to door, sung ballads from, 189.
wave and flutter round my, 613.
wolf from the, 8.
Doors, death hath a thousand, 180, 194, 218.
death hath so many, 198.
infernal, 229.
men shut their, 109.
neither locks to their, 642.
nor locks can shield you, 538.
Doorkeeper in the house of my God, 1013.
Door-yard, when lilacs last in the, 744.
Dorcas, a woman called, 1035.
Dorian mood of flutes, 225.
Dorians pray, to whom the, 604.
Doric lay, warbling his, 248.
Dost thou love life, 360.
Dotage, streams of, 365.
Dotages and plagues of human kind, 188.
Dote on his very absence, 61.
upon, how fading the joys we, 281.
Dotes yet doubts suspects, 153.
Doting with age, pyramids, 222.
Double beauty whenever a swan, 593.
cherry, like to a, 58.
debt to pay, contrived a, 397.
double toil and trouble, 123.
my life’s fading space, 262.
pity, challenge, 25.
sure, I’ll make assurance, 123.
surely you’ll grow, 466.
Double swan and shadow, float, 474.
thereon, on a lake with her, 593.
Doublet, carving the fashion of a, 51.
Doubling his pleasures, 455.
Doubly armed, thus am I, 299.
dying, 488.
feel ourselves alone, 489.
Doubt beyond all fear above, all, 691.
every, that can retard, 622.
faith in honest, 676.
is brother-devil to despair, 820.
light of heaven dimmed with, 834.
man that feareth Lord to, 760.
modest, 102.
my mind is clouded with a, 681.
never, I love, 133.
never stand to, 203.
nor loop to hang a, 154.
one heart, than, 686.
that the sun doth move, 133.
the equivocation of the fiend, 125.
the wise are prone to, 345.
thou the stars are fire, 133.
to be once in, 153.
trieth the troth in every, 18 truth to be a liar, 133.
where, there truth is, 721.
who read to, 494.
win the trick, when in, 1053.
would be disloyalty, to, 717.
Doubts, our, are traitors, 47.
bound in to saucy, 122.
suspects yet strongly loves, 153.
Doubted, heard Troy, 558.
never half believed, who never, 721.
Doubteth thee, in that fear, 760.
Doubtful, from the dark and, 443.
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal, 656.
in his abject spirit, 733.
Dough, my cake is, 73.
Douglas deals in red herrings, 563.
in his hall, 490.
like, conquer or die, 392.
song of Percy and, 34.
tender and true, 38.
Dove, beside the springs of, 469.
burnished, 668.
found no rest, 1004.
gently as any sucking, 57.
more of the serpent than, 41.
wings like a, oh that I had, 1012.
Doves and team of sparrows, 31.
harmless as, 1031.
moan of, 673.
Dove-cote, eagle in a, 103.
Dowagers for deans, 672.
Dowered with the hate of hate, 665.
Down among the dead men, 860.
and all the wheels run, 728.
and out of breath, 88.
as he wrote, for men, 726.
before he shakes the stars, 730.
beneath the wild, far, 700.
beyond the haven, 837.
by the mill, apple-boughs, 724.
death looks gigantically, 654.
eternity’s river, flow in one, 714.
 

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