|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Dream that I forget, 805.
that is dying, 820.
the glory and the, 477.
the valleys of, 837.
to sleep perchance to, 135.
when one awaketh, 1013.
which was not all a dream, 553.
within a dream, is but a, 654.|
|Dreams, and all my nightly, 655.
and fables of the skies, 342.
and slumbers light, 490.
angels in some brighter, 264.
books are each a world, 477.
dreamer of, born out of my, 789.
enough of, 854.
full of ghastly, 96.
glimpses of forgotten, 666.
ground not upon, 172.
grow holy put in action, 761.
hence, babbling, 296.
in some brighter, 264.
into land of, I long to go, 844.
lies down to pleasant, 572.
like a dog he hunts in, 669.
like the atmosphere of, 653.
no mortal ever dreamed before, 656.
not with, shall a nation be moulded, 806.
of avarice, beyond the, 374, 378.
of cutting foreign throats, 105.
of doing good, 659.
of love and truth, 819.
of those who wake, 907.
old men shall dream, 1028.
smooth or idle, 255.
songs she heard in her, 636.
such stuff as, are made on, 43.
that wave before the half-shut eye, 357.
the sea, 841.
their own, deceive em, 288.
true I talk of, 105.
what, may come, 135.|
|Dreamed a dream that could not be, 758.
before, dreams no mortal ever, 656.
men in dungeons, 798.
that life was beauty, 719.|
|Dreamer dream no more, said, 758.
of dreams born out of my, 789.|
|Dreamers of dreams, 819.|
|Dreamful eyes my spirit lies, with, 751.|
|Dreaming darkly of a Dun, 778.
dreams no mortal ever dreamed, 656.
ear, voice of my, 515.
ever of thee Im, 596.
past the size of, 159.
upon Salmons height, sunshine, 757.
work grows fair through, 761.|
|Dreamland, the ventures of, 774.
you hail from, 837.|
|Dreamless sleep, 791.|
|Dreamlike charm, deepening still the, 725.|
|Dream-shadows go, where the, 837.|
|Dreamt I dwelt in marble halls, 561.
of in your philosophy, 133.|
|Dreamy air, russet year inhaled the, 751.|
|Drear, tho now each spot looks, 597.|
|Drear-nighted December, 576.|
|Dreary intercourse of daily life, 468.
night, down in the, 857.
night, it is a, 714.
once upon a midnight, 655.
sea now flows between, 500.
winter, oh the long and, 646.|
|Dregs of fortunes cup, 341.
of life, from the, 276.
of strife, bitter, 790.|
|Drenchèd sands, 775.|
|Dress, be plain in, 350.
by yellow candle-light, 829.
daring in full, 555.
fair undress best, 357.
felt through this fleshly, 263.
Im growing careless of my, 719.
let the world go dine and, 611.
of thoughts, style is the, 353.
sweet disorder in the, 201.|
|Dressed in all his trim, 163.
in good temper when well, 702.|
|Drest in a little brief authority, 48.
still to be neat still to be, 178.|
|Drew an angel down, she, 271.
breath, a sweeter woman neer, 749.
from out the boundless deep, 685.|
|Drift, snow in a dazzling, 709.|
|Drifting seed, the, 797.|
|Drink and to be merry, 1023, 1034.
as friends, 72.
as he brews so shall he, 177.
cannot make the horse, 14.
deep or taste not, 323.
if he thirst give him, 1036.
let us eat and, 1025.
meat and, to me, 71, 959.
more you thirst, more you, 685.
no longer water, 1040.
no more than a sponge, 957.
no sperit, I never, 735.
nor any drop to, 498.
old wine to, 171.
pretty creature drink, 472.
reasons why men, 979.
small beer, felony to, 94.
strong, is raging, 1019.
that quenches thirst, 978.
the best of wine, king can, 719.
the poppies of Cathay, and, 651.
they eat they, 235.
they never taste who always, 287.
t is to thee I would, 553.
to me only with thine eyes, 179.
to the general joy of the table, 122.
to the lass, 442.
to-day drown all sorrow, 184.
too much as men have done, 685.
what to eat and, and wear, 603.
what ye shall eat or, 1030.
when I have occasion, 976.
why should every creature, but I, 260.
wild anarchy of, 180.|