|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Without favor, art is like a wind-mill without wind.|| 1|
| Cries as deafening, as the shout that breaks from the bribed audience, when Fesidius speaks.|| 2|
| Fierce as a tigress plundered of her young.|| 3|
| Apples, as fragrant, and as bright a hue, as those which in Alcinous gardens grew, mellowed by constant sunshine; or as those, which graced the Hesperides, in burnished rows.|| 4|
| Invisible as air.|| 5|
|Shouts like Egypt, when her priests have found,|
A new Osiris, for the old one drowned.