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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Tide, without a breeze without a, 498.
Tides of grass, 805.
that followed thought, 677.
Tideless and inert, 828.
Tidings as they roll, confirm the, 300.
dismal, when he frowned, 397.
Tie, in whose, a wild civility, 201.
love endures no, 272.
silver link the silken, 488.
up the knocker, 326.
Ties, sight of human, 333.
Tied to the stake, I am, 148.
up together, twain been, 684.
Tiger, Hyrcan, 122.
in war imitate the action of the, 91.
Tight little island, 863.
Tiles and chimney-pots, 511.
Till some quèstioning voice dissolves, 646.
Tillage, other arts follow, 531.
Tilt at all I meet, 328.
Tilts with a straw, 484.
Timber, knowledge and, 692.
like seasoned, 204.
wedged in that, 278.
Timbrel, sound the loud, 524.
Time, above the wrecks of, 810.
age and body of the, 137.
all in good, 977.
already of old, 1022.
ambles withal, 70.
an endless song, 849.
and age, his youth ’gainst, 24.
and God give judgment, 807.
and space, through, 416.
and the hour runs, 116.
and the place, never the, 714.
annihilate but space and, 330.
assuages sorrow, 890.
back upon an earlier, 622.
backward and abysm, of, 42.
bank and shoal of, 118.
bastard to the, 78.
be good, whilst thou hast, 937.
be ruled by, 910.
beholds no name so blest, 345.
between this, and that sweet, 686.
between two eternities, gleam of, 585.
born out of my due, 789.
bounds of place and, 382.
break the legs of, 688.
breathing, of day with me, 145.
brief chronicles of the, 134.
brings increase to her truth, 378.
by, subdued, 859.
by the forelock, take, 30.
cannot benumb, some feelings, 545.
cannot hush me, 857.
chinks that, has made, 221, 456.
choose thine own, 433.
coming, there’s a good, 493, 718.
common arbitrator, 102.
compliments are loss of, 387.
count, by heart-throbs, 721.
creeping hours of, 68.
curious, requires, 168.
demands strong minds, the, 730.
Time, do not squander, 360.
elaborately thrown away, 311.
enough, take, 351.
enough to find a world, 732.
even such is, 26.
every man be master of his, 121.
flies death urges, 307.
fool all people some of the, 662.
fool some people all of the, 662.
footprints on the sands of, 639.
for all things, 977.
for courtesy, always, 620.
for supper, the proper, 949.
forefinger of all, 672.
foremost files of, 669.
friends of, 851.
frozen round periods of, 228.
gallops withal, 70.
gives to her mind, 378.
golden, of long ago, 803.
had been, as if the moving, 468.
hair’s-breadth of, 936.
has come, the, 782.
has come when the darkies, 764.
has fallen asleep, 776.
has laid his hand gently, 644.
has not cropt the roses, 378.
has taught us a lesson, 909.
hath a taming hand, 607.
hath to silver turned, his silver locks, 24.
he that lacks, 606.
his, is forever, 260.
history hath triumphed over, 26.
how a man should kill, 958.
how small a part of, they share, 220.
I am next of kin to, 855.
I think upon that happy, 597.
in misery, happy, 648.
is a river of passing events, 938.
is a very shadow, 1028.
is fleeting, art is long and, 638.
is money, 361.
is out of joint, 133.
is quiet as a nun, the holy, 470.
is still a-flying, 202.
is the great physician, 628.
is the image of eternity, 946.
is the soul of this world, 928.
kill the bloom before its, 483.
last syllable of recorded, 125.
laughs through the abyss, 850.
leaves have their, to fall, 570.
lettered pomp to teeth of, 649.
look into the seeds of, 116.
look like the, 117.
long ago, was in the olden, 655.
makes these decay, 200.
many a, and oft, 61.
marketh the going of, 664.
men have died from time to, 71.
merry dancing drinking, 272.
most valuable thing to spend, 948.
moveth o’er the dial-plate of, 649.
nae man can tether, 451.
new hatched to the woful, 120.
nick of, 257.
no delight to pass away the, 96.
 

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