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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Straight, strive to set the crooked, 789.
Strain, along the reedy stream a half-heard, 577.
at a gnat, 1032.
of music, governed by a, 485.
of rareness, a, 160.
soft is the, 324.
something like prophetic, 250.
strive and hold cheap the, 710.
that, again it had a dying fall, 74.
the simplest can touch it, 525.
Strains are telling, those blessed, 717.
fall like sweet, or pensive, 614.
heaven’s melodious, 695.
soul-animating, 485.
sound, jocund, 786.
that might create a soul, 245.
Strained from that fair use, 106.
quality of mercy is not, 64.
Straining harsh discords, 108.
his throat, 399.
upon the start, 91.
Strait is the gate, 1031.
the gate, it matters not how, 829.
Straitened him, an old love, 680.
Strand, American, 205.
fair Scotland’s, 452.
I walked along the, 375.
India’s coral, 536.
maypole in the, 352.
on the Chian, 503.
the guardian Naiad of the, 490.
wandering on a foreign, 488.
Strange all this difference, 351.
as truth, nothing so, 534.
bedfellows, 43.
but true, ’t is, 560.
coincidence, a, 559.
cozenage, 276.
disease of modern life, this, 754.
eruptions, breaks forth in, 85.
eventful history, that ends this, 69.
fellows, nature hath framed, 59.
land, stranger in a, 1005.
matters, men may read, 117.
oaths, soldier full of, 69.
penance, 775.
something rich and, 42.
stuff ambition feeds, on what, 724.
sweet lonely delight, 837.
that death should sing, 80.
that men should fear, 112.
thing is man, 559.
this is wondrous, 133.
to think by the way, 769.
truth is always, 560.
’t was passing strange, 150.
what a man may do, 698.
wild way, a, 837.
Stranger hither, a, 837.
in a strange land, 1005.
surety for a, 1017.
than fiction, truth is, 560.
yet to pain, 381.
Strangers honoured, by, 335.
I desire we may be better, 70.
mourned, by, 335.
to entertain, 1040.
Strangest liberties, he takes the, 720.
Stratagem, nor take tea without a, 311.
Stratagems and spoils, is fit for, 66.
which errors seem, oft are, 323.
Stratford atte bowe, scole of, 1.
Straw, did not care one, 889.
quarrel in a, 142.
stumbles at a, 29.
the soul tilts with a, 484.
tickled with a, 318.
to see which way the wind is, 195.
Straws, errors like, 275.
forms of hairs, or, 327.
Strawberries, doubtless God could have made a better berry, 208.
what Dr. Boteler said of, 208.
Strawberry wives, like the, 171.
Stray from room to room, I, 841.
Streakings of the morning light, 574.
Stream, along the reedy, 577.
as the leaf upon the, 491.
at eve, by living, 357.
in smoother numbers flows, 324.
left to the mercy of a rude, 99.
let us glide a-down thy, 538.
of time, 455.
runneth smoothest, where the, 33.
runs fast, the, 518.
summer eves by haunted, 249.
thy, my great example, 257.
which overflowed the soul, 481.
Streams, by what eternal, 655.
fresh from the hyaline, 636.
from little fountains, large, 459.
liquid lapse of murmuring, 237.
meander, as, 635.
more pellucid, 482.
no resemblance with those, 257.
of dotage flow, 365.
of revenue gushed forth, 531.
on craggy hills and running, 653.
our gratulations flow in, 285.
passions are likened to floods and, 25.
run dimpling all the way, 328.
snow-hid in Jenooary, 737.
their gravel gold, 257.
Streamed like a meteor, 383.
Streamers afloat and with canvas, 623.
waving, 242.
Streaming eyes and breaking hearts, 668.
splendour, 496.
to the wind, like a meteor, 224.
Street, man in the, does not know, 618.
uttereth her voice in the, 1016.
Streets, a lion is in the, 102.
dogs fighting in the, 363.
gibber in the Roman, 126.
in thy dark, 792.
mourners go about the, 1023.
of Askelon, 1006.
rattling o’er the stony, 542.
truth never fell dead in the, 694.
when night darkens the, 224.
 

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