|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Fool must now and then be right, 414.
no creature smarts so little as a, 327.
of fate, 346.
of nature stood, 273.
old experience is a, 683.
one draught makes him a, 74.
only good for, 983.
outlives in fame the pious, 296.
resolved to live a, 196.
said my muse to me, 34.
some of the people all of, 662.
that eats till he is sick, 768.
the more, I, 67.
there is more hope of a, 1020.
there was, a, 852.
through excess of wisdom is made a, 620.
to fame, nor yet a, 327.
to make me merry, 71.
when he holdeth his peace, 1019.
who thinks by force or skill, 858.
with judges, 415.
youre a sweet little, 823.|
|Fools, a judge amongst, 331, 415.
admire, men of sense approve, 324.
and children cannot lie, 15.
are my theme, 539.
as maketh wise men, 791.
best, are a little wise, 177.
better than a wilderness of, 747.
bolt is soon shot, 16.
by heavenly compulsion, 146.
call nature what I call God, 712.
chronicle small beer and suckle, 151.
contest for forms of government, 318.
ever since the conquest, 279.
flatterys the food of, 290.
for arguments use wagers, 213.
in all tongues are called, 71.
in idle wishes, 444.
like you, we thrive on, 334.
little wise are the best, 177.
make a mock at sin, 1018.
men may live, 308.
my lord it is a world of, 684.
never-failing vice of, 323.
of nature, 131.
old doting, 915.
old men know young men are, 36.
only good for, 983.
paradise of, 231, 444.
print it and shame the, 326.
profit less by wise men, 911.
rush in where angels fear to tread, 325.
scarecrows of, beacons of wise men, 762.
should be so deep-contemplative, 68.
since the conquest have been, 279.
supinely stay, 444.
that crowd thee so, 261.
these mortals be, what, 58.
they cannot die, 308.
thinks better of a gilded, 181.
to be wise among, 907.
to fill the world with, 774.
twenty-seven millions mostly, 584.|
|Fools, what gift to, avails, 344.
who came to scoff, 397.
who fancy Christ mistaken, 728.
who roam, they are, 362.
wise man avoid the fault of, 911.
with the time, thus we play the, 89.
words are the money of, 200.
young men think old men, 36.|
|Fools world to earn his nuts, in this, 729.|
|Fools experiments, I love, 663.|
|Fooled with hope, 276.|
|Foolery, a little, governs the world, 195.
that wise men have, 66.
walks about the orb, 76.|
|Fooling thee, she is, 648.|
|Foolish fretting of our care, on the, 764.
rheum, how now, 79.
thing, never says a, 279.
things to confound the wise, 1037.
whistling of a name, 262.|
|Foolishness, allowed indulgence in such, 730.
will not depart, 1021.|
|Foot and hand go cold, 23.
before, the better, 80.
for foot hand for hand, 1005.
great shoe for a little, 923.
has music in t, his very, 427.
horse and, rise up when I stamp, 913.
in the grave, one, 198, 915.
is on my native heath, my, 493.
more light, step more true, 491.
no rest for the sole of her, 1004.
of a conqueror, lie at the proud, 80.
of time, noiseless, 74, 464.
one, in sea and one on shore, 51, 405.
one, in the grave, 198.
so light a, 107.
sole of our, 173, 198.
stood a spell on one, fust, 736.
to the sole of his, 51.
upon a worm, needlessly sets, 422.
youth now flees on feathered, 829.|
|Football was a brutal game, I admitted, 849.|
|Footprints on the sands of time, 639.|
|Footstep gleams, and where thy, 655.|
|Footsteps he hath turned home, 488.
in the sea, 423.
of a throne, 26.
slow and weary, 832.
willing, meeting here, 534.|
|Footstool, the earth my, 316.|
|Fop, the solemn, 415.|
|For to admire and for to see, 853.|
|Forbearance ceases to be a virtue, 407.|
|Forbid, God, 1036.
it almighty God, 430.|
|Forbids to crave, my mind, 22.|
|Forbidden tree, fruit of that, 223.|
|Force abated, nor his natural, 1006.
and road of casualty, 62.
evolution is not a, 812.|