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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Faileth, the enemy faints not nor, 726.
Failing, every, but their own, 548.
Failings leaned to virtue’s side, 396.
Failure, God-forsaken, earth a, 728.
not a fiercer hell than the, 577.
we learn wisdom from, 721.
Fain die a dry death, 42.
would I but I dare not, 25.
would I climb yet fear I to fall, 26.
Faint and fear to live alone, 569.
and worn, 783.
blue sky, for thy, 790.
far murmur of the flood, 824.
heart ne’er won fair lady, 975.
in the day of adversity, 1020.
so spiritless so, 88.
why should we, 569.
Faints not nor faileth, the enemy, 726.
Fainter in my laugh, I’m growing, 719.
Fair, all that is, by nature good, 29.
and crystal river, 180.
and ever young, ever, 271.
and good as she, 179.
and never proud, 151.
and softly goes far, 971.
and unpolluted flesh, 144.
as a star, 469.
as roses, 807.
as she, 813.
brave deserves the, 271.
chaste and unexpressive she, 70.
daffadills we weep to see, 202.
day after the, 12.
die because a woman’s, 199.
divided excellence, 78.
eunuchs guardians of the, 310.
fat and forty, 495.
for all that is, 29.
form so, that like the air, 608.
found out a gift for my, 380.
good as she was, 455.
good-night, to each a, 490.
Greece sad relic, 541.
hand that hath made you, 49.
hopes crost, 794.
humanities of old religion, 504.
if ladies be but young and, 68.
in death, speak me, 65.
is foul foul is fair, 115.
is she not passing, 44.
laughs the morn, 383.
lov’d the brightest, 377.
maidens are commonly fortunate, 33.
make thy castles high and, 646.
matchless Ganymed divinely, 340.
Melrose, would’st view, 487.
not pale, call it, 500.
opportunities, a woman with, 698.
or good alone, nothing is, 614.
round belly with capon lined, 69.
science frowned not, 386.
seeing only what is, 617.
she spake full, 1.
she was not exceeding, 35.
so deadly, 548.
so, the sky, 790.
spirit rest thee now, 570.
spoken and persuading, 101.
Fair, supreme ambition to be, 377.
sweet and, she seems to be, 220.
the rose looks, 162.
things are fading away, 588.
to fair he flew, from, 489.
to outward view, she is not, 586.
to see, I know a maiden, 648.
too, to worship, 564.
tresses insnare, 326.
undress best dress, 357.
weather it will be, 1032.
weather out of the north, 1009.
were it fifty times as, 638.
what care I how, she be, 26, 199.
women and brave men, 542.
words never hurt the tongue, 38.
words, to give, 12.
work grows, through dreaming, 761.
young and so, 595.
Zurich’s waters, 865.
Fairer, she never studied to be, 35.
spirit conveyed, 313.
than the day, be she, 199.
than the evening air, 41.
Fairest meadow white with snow, 691.
of fair Zurich’s daughters, 865.
of her daughters Eve, 232.
of stars, 235.
Fairies’ coachmakers, 104.
midwife, 104.
Fairy elves, 225.
fiction drest, by, 383.
gold is all their gain, 822.
hands their knell is rung, 389.
of the mine, swart, 245.
takes nor witch hath power, 127.
Fairyland Hesperides, to, 850.
Faith a passionate intuition, 481.
all but their, overthrown, 746.
amaranthine flower of, 482.
and creed, despite of every, 683.
and hope, animated by, 369.
and hope, world will disagree in, 318.
and morals Milton held, 472.
and willing hands, true, 730.
be for aye, 815.
belief ripened into, 481.
Bible is a book of, 530.
fanatic, 525.
fear that make faith may break, 807.
full of, that something would turn, 628.
has centre everywhere, 674.
hated, to persecute makes a, 684.
he hath denied the, 1039.
heart of little, 814.
held to their, unseduced, 746.
herself is half confounded, 861.
I have kept the, 1040.
I wish you’d take me, 590.
in God and woman, 775.
in honest doubt, 676.
in mysteries, nor lose thy simple, 647.
in some nice tenets, 260.
in womankind, 673.
inflexible in, 428.
is kneeling by his bed, 40.
 

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