|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Wandered by the brook-side, 664.
east Ive wandered west, 587.
idly, and my fingers, 761.
long in fancys maze, 328.|
|Wanderers oer eternity, 543.|
|Wandering, as the bird by, 1020.
by lone sea-breakers, 819.
eyes, gladness and glory to, 623.
mazes lost, in, 228.
moon riding near, 250.
on a foreign strand, 488.
on as loth to die, 484.
passenger, forlorn and, 243.
steps and slow, 240.
voice, but a, 474.
|Wanderings of thy thought, 497.|
|Wane, moon will wax the moon will, 647.|
|Waned, moons waxed and, the lilacs, 646.|
|Waning, lights on the sleepy uplands, 613.|
|Want a hut of stone, I only, 689.
as an armed man, 1017.
exasperated into crime, 687.
it is a hell, taste of fame to, 632.
lonely, retired to die, 366.
not what we wish but what we, 390.
of a horse the rider was lost, 360.
of a nail the shoe was lost, 360.
of a shoe the horse was lost, 360.
of decency is want of sense, 278.
of heart, as well as, 592.
of me worlds course will not, 757.
of persuasion on his tongue, 746.
of thought, evil wrought by, 592.
of thought, whistled for, 273.
of towns, elephants for, 289.
of wealth, rich from very, 337.
peace the thing youve gut tu du, 737.
though much I, that most would have, 22.
to be a fly, I do not, 843.
to be undonne, to, 30.
we do nt, to fight, 867.|
|Wants are few, little I ask my, 689.
but little, man, 308, 402.
me, who is it that, 764.
money means and content, 70.
supply, his presence shall my, 3.
that pinch the poor, 424.|
|Wanted a good word, never, 400.
many an idle song, 326.
one immortal song, 267.|
|Wanting, art found, 1027.
is what summer redundant, 713.
not, what is stolen, 154.
the accomplishment of verse, 479.|
|Wanton boys that swim on bladders, 99.
eyes, stretched-forth necks and, 1025.
stings and motions of the sense, 47.
sweetness, witchingly instil a, 357.
wiles, quips and cranks and, 248.|
|Wantoned with thy breakers, 548.|
|Wantonness in clothes, 201.|
|War, aid after the, 205.
and all its deeds of carnage, 744.
blast of, blows in our ears, 91.
brazen throat of, 240.
by nature in a state of, 290.
cause of a long ten years, 280.
Christ went agin, an pillage, 735.
circumstance of glorious, 154.
corn is the sinews of, 957.
delays are dangerous in, 276.
even to the knife,541.
ez fer, I call it murder, 734.
first in, first in peace, 445.
first touch of libertys, 525.
flinty and steel couch of, 151.
garland of the, 159.
hand of, infection and the, 81.
he sung is toil and trouble, 272.
he who did well in, 709.
in peace prepare for, 898.
in time of peace thinks of, 191.
is a game, 421.
is still the cry, 541.
its thousands slays, 425.
law spoke too softly for, 911.
let slip the dogs of, 113.
magnificent but not, 1000.
makes rattling good history, 816.
man of peace and, 214.
my sentence is for open, 226.
my voice is still for, 298.
neither learn, any more, 1024.
never was a good, 361.
no discharge in that, 1023.
no room for second miscarriage in, 919.
not with the dead, I, 338.
of elements, amidst the, 299.
or battles sound, 251.
peace no less renowned than, 252.
pestilence and, 229.
pray this mighty scourge of, 661.
seeks its victims in the young, 883.
sinews of, 1002.
spoils of, 569.
squadrons and right form of, 112.
storm of, was gone, 465.
testament of bleeding, 82.
the love of, for itself, 599.
the red laugh of, 854.
the state of nature, 407.
the study of a prince, 407.
this is, 648.
to be prepared for, 425.
tug of, then was the, 281.
unjust peace before a just, 361.
unsuccessful or successful, 418.
voices prophesying, 500.
was in his heart, 1013.
weak defence in, 273.
will die out late then, 683.
will have its fascinations, 836.
with honour as in, 103.|
|Wars and rumours of wars, 1033.
big, that make ambition virtue, 154.|