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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Stature, each man makes his own, 309.
tall, her, 556.
toys of simulated, 659.
undepressed in size, 479.
Statute, the rigour of the, 47.
Stay and the staff, 1025.
I ask not to, 587.
not to, 794.
nothing that is can pause or, 647.
of bread, the whole, 1025.
of water, 1025.
staff and the, 1025.
those who to thy portals come, 798.
who saw to wish her, 237.
why should I, 824.
Stayed, too late I, 464.
Steadfast as the scene, 468.
Steadied, my preudent course is, 735.
Steadies with upright keel, she, 498.
Steadily hastening towards immortality, good, 743.
Steady gain of man, I see the, 650.
temper, thy, 297.
Steal a few hours from the night, 521.
a shive of a cut loaf, 104.
away give little warning, 433.
away their brains, 152.
away your hearts, 114.
convey the wise it call, 45.
foh a fico for the phrase, 45.
from the world, 334.
immortal blessing from her lips, 108.
most authors, 325.
my thunder, 282.
to their sovran seats, 823.
us from ourselves away, years, 330.
young children, witches, 187.
Steals from the thief, 151.
my purse steals trash, who, 153.
Stealing and giving odour, 74.
forth in the midst of roses, 814.
hands from picking and, 1042.
still so gently o’er me, 875.
will continue stealing, 739.
Stealth, do good by, 329.
Steam, unconquered, 424.
Steam-engine in trousers, 461.
Stedfast, would I were, as thou art, 577.
Steed, farewell the neighing, 154.
mounts the warrior’s, 487.
no more on thy, 624.
stand still my, 641.
that knows his rider, 542.
threatens steed, 92.
Steeds, mounting barbed, 95.
to water at those springs, 159.
Steel, as with triple, 228.
but with hand of, 798.
couch of war, flinty and, 151.
foemen worthy of their, 491.
grapple with hoops of, 129.
heart is true as, 58.
heart with strings of, 139.
in complete, 131, 244.
is one and strong and pure, 827.
more than complete, 40.
Steel, my man is as true as, 107.
no workman, 535.
nor poison can touch him further, 121.
though locked up in, 94.
Steep and thorny way, 129.
my senses in forgetfulness, 89.
no towers along the, 514.
o’er bog or, 230.
of Delphos, 251.
on Sunium’s marbled, 558.
on the Indian, 243.
where fame’s proud temple shines, 428.
Steeped in the sun, 857.
me in poverty, 155.
their souls in prayer, 665.
to the lips in misery, 640.
Steeple, looking at the, 556.
weathercock on a, 44.
Steeples point to the sky, 504.
Steepy mountains, 40.
Steer clear of permanent alliances, 425.
from grave to gay, 320.
from grave to light, 273.
my bark and sail, thus I, 354.
right onward, 252.
the plough, who, 614.
Stein on the table, with a, 847.
Stem, moulded on one, 58.
Stenches, two-and-seventy, 503.
Step above the sublime, 431.
aside is human, to, 448.
first, which costs, 987.
I see not a, before me, 808.
more true, foot more light, 491.
one, enough for me, 607.
to the music of the Union, 599.
was slow, and his, 646.
Steps, beware of desperate, 423.
brushing the dews with hasty, 386.
come with thy soft slow, 764.
echo of the sad, 481.
grace was in all her, 237.
hear not my, 119.
Lord directeth his, 1018.
morn her rosy, advancing, 234.
of glory, who track the, 552.
pilgrim, in amice gray, 241.
safety walks in its, 460.
thy, I follow with bosom bare, 392.
to support uneasy, 224.
tread with cautious, 362.
were higher that they took, 269.
what ghost invites my, 335.
with fainting, they go, 398.
with wandering, and slow, 240.
Stephen Sly, 72.
was a worthy peer, 406.
Stepmother, merciless, 903.
Stepped so far in blood, 123.
to the sky, 723.
Stepping o’er the bounds, 108.
Stepping-stones, men may rise on, 673.
Stept, a princelier-looking man never, 682.
Sterile promontory, earth seems a, 134.
 

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