|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Drink with him that wears a hood, 22.
with me and drink as I, 859.
with you eat with you, 61.
ye to her that each loves best, 516.|
|Drinks and gapes for drink again, 260.|
|Drinking dancing laughing, 272.
largely sobers us, 323.
not to be blamed, 195.
thirsteth still, 777.
unhappy brains for, 152.|
|Drip of the suspended oar, 543.|
|Drips its misty light, 833.|
|Dripping with coolness, 537.|
|Drive a coach and six, 1047.
a flock to feed, and just to, 611.
four rogues let, 84.
him away, grief can not, 764.
on your own track, 915.
one from home, dishes that, 593.
whom the devil doth, 18, 73.|
|Drives you mad, it, 685.|
|Driveller and a show, 365.|
|Driveth oer a soldiers neck, 105.|
|Driving far off each thing, 245.
of Jehu, like the, 1008.|
|Drizzled blood upon the capitol, 112.|
|Drooped in the western sky, star, 744.
the willow, where, 620.|
|Drooping head, repairs his, 248.
that lay with canvas, 727.|
|Drop a tear and bid adieu, 859.
hinders needle and thread, every, 594.
in for an after-loss, 162.
in the well, last, 553.
into thy mothers lap, 240.
life and strength in every, 610.
manna, you, 66.
of a bucket, 1026.
of allaying Tiber, 103.
of ink, small, 558.
of manly blood, ruddy, 618.
to drink, nor any, 498.|
|Drops, dear as the ruddy, 112, 383.
from off the eaves, 250.
his blue-fringed lids, 501.
like kindred, 418.
of rain pierce the marble, 32.
of water, little, 760.
play is done the curtain, 697.
the light drip, 543.
what precious, are those, 275.
wiped our eyes of, 69.|
|Dropped a tear upon the word, 379.
down from the clouds, 86.
from an angels wing, 484.
from the zenith, 225.
manna, his tongue, 226.
out of the clouds, 196.
the soft rain, 792.|
|Droppeth as the gentle rain, 64.|
|Dropping buckets into wells, 419.
continual, in a rainy day, 1021.
continual, wears a stone, 892.
eye, an auspicious and a, 127.|
|Dropt from the skies, 856.|
|Dross alone is burnt, 827.
men call treasure gods call, 738.|
|Droughte of March, 1.|
|Drown a fly, 306.
all sorrow, 184.
my book, 43.
the brim, 73.
the outcry of the heart, 585.
what pain it was to, 96.|
|Drowned honour, pluck up, 84.|
|Drowning would be happiness and peace, 701.|
|Drowsiness clothe man in rags, 1020.|
|Drowsy man, dull ear of a, 79.
syrups of the world, 154.
with the harmony, 55.|
|Drowsyhed, land of, 357.|
|Drudgery at the desk, 509.
divine, makes, 204.|
|Druid lies in yonder grave, 390.|
|Drum ecclesiastick, 209.
was heard, not a, 563.|
|Drums and tramplings of three conquests, 219.
beat the, 281.
in his ear, 105.
like muffled, are beating, 638.
quietly rested under the, 219.|
|Drum-beat, the morning, 533.|
|Drunk, all learned all, 420.
hasten to be, 213.
ink, he hath not, 55.
it is our pleasure to be, 362.
though he never was, 454.
with a beauty, 855.|
|Drunkard clasp his teeth, 34.|
|Drunken sailor on a mast, 97.
sober, thriftless provident or, 720.|
|Drunkenness identical with ruin, 951.|
|Drury lane for you, no, 510.|
|Dry as summer dust, hearts, 479.
as the remainder biscuit, 68.
death, I would fain die a, 42.
sun dry wind, 21.
tree, done in the, 1034.|
|Dryden, copious, 329.
taught to join the varying verse, 329.|
|Drying up a single tear, 559.|
|Du sublime au ridicule, 431.|
|Ducat, dead for a, 140.|
|Duck or plover, aimed at, 439.|
|Ducks and drakes, 37.|
|Due, give the devil his, 83.
more is thy, than more than all, 117.
season, word in, 1018.
time, born out of my, 789.|
|Dues, render to all their, 1036.|
|Duke of Norfolk deals in malt, 563.
the, did love me, 180.|
|Dukedom, my library was, 42.|
|Dulcimer, damsel with a, 500.|
|Dull as night, the motions of his spirit are, 66.
beyond all conception, 566.
cold ear of death, 384.
cold marble, sleep in, 99.|