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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Woman therefore may be won, 104.
therefore may be wooed, 104.
therefore to be won, 93.
thou large-brain’d, 658.
to win, all your wish is, 697.
trusted a secret to a, 911.
what mighty ills done by, 280.
what mighty woes from, 345.
who did not care, 852.
widow, 1007.
will or won’t depend on ’t, 313.
with fair opportunities, a, 698.
yet think him an angel, 698.
Woman’s being, holiest end of, 686.
breast his favourite seat, 482.
counsel, a virtuous, 36.
eye, black is a pearl in a, 35.
eye, such beauty as a, 55.
eyes, light that lies in, 522.
faith and woman’s trust, 494.
heart, the way to hit a, 612.
looks, my only books were, 522.
love, brief my lord as, 138.
love, paths to a, 198.
mood, fantastic as a, 492.
nay stands for naught, 163.
nursing, lack of, 653.
praise, sweeter sound of, 604.
reason, no other but a, 44.
tears, there was dearth of, 653.
whole existence, love is, 556.
will, current of a, 858.
will, torrent of a, 313.
work is never done, 874.
Woman-country wooed not wed, 708.
Womanhood and childhood, 640.
Womankind, best of, 346.
faith in, 673.
Womb of morning dew, 28.
of nature, wild abyss the, 229.
of pia mater, in the, 55.
of the morning, 1015, 1043.
of uncreated night, 227.
Women, alas the love of, 557.
an’ I learned about, 853.
and brave men, 542.
and song, wine, 1003.
bevy of fair, 240.
comes natural to, 736.
England is a paradise for, 192.
eyes of pure, 678.
faded for ages, 709.
fair as she, 813.
find few real friends, 377.
framed to make, false, 151.
have no character, most, 321.
hear these tell-tale, 97.
in faces of, I see God, 742.
in their first passion, 982.
Italy is a hell for, 192.
lamps shone o’er fair, 542.
men and, merely players, 69.
must weep, 727.
pardoned all except her face, 559.
passing the love of, 1007.
pleasing punishment of, 50.
seven, take hold of one man, 1025.
sweet is revenge to, 556.
Women wear the breeches, 186.
went astray, if weak, 287.
when Achilles hid himself among, 219.
wine and, 188, 557.
wish to be who love their lords, 392.
with, the heart argues, 754.
won’t, when you will, 889.
words are, deeds are men, 206.
worst and best as heaven, 679.
Women’s eyes, from, 56.
rum cattle, 827.
weapons water-drops, 146.
Won a noble fame, 793.
every woman may be, 759.
grace that, 237.
life’s victory, 757.
nor lost, neither, 860.
not unsought be, 237.
prize we sought is, 744.
she is a woman therefore to be, 93.
showed how fields were, 396.
the man who hath mightily, 818.
though baffled oft is ever, 548.
was ever woman in this humour, 96.
when the battle’s lost and, 145.
Wonder, all mankind’s, 279.
grew, still the, 397.
how the devil they got there, 327.
last but nine deies, 6.
nine days’, 6, 16.
of an hour, 541.
of Juliet’s hand, white, 108.
of our stage, the, 179.
what I was begun for, 875.
where you stole ’em, 290.
without our special, 122.
Wonders, hair on end at his own, 420.
that I yet have heard, 112.
to perform, his, 423.
Wonderful is death, how, 567.
most wonderful, 70.
one-hoss shay, 691.
the way, 821.
their unanimity is, 441.
thy love to me was, 1007.
yet again, 70.
Wonderfully and fearfully made, 1016.
Wondering fearing, long I stood there, 656.
for his bread, 420.
Wonder-land, in summer’s, 854.
Wondrous creature, a good woman is a, 686.
excellence, 163.
kind, makes one, 387.
most, book bright candle, 597.
pitiful, ’t was, 150.
strange, this is, 133.
strong yet lovely in your strength, 544.
sweet and fair, so, 220.
Won’t, if she, she won’t, 313.
Wonted fires, e’en in our ashes, 385.
Woo her, and that would, 151.
her as the lion wooes his brides, 392.
men are April when they, 71.
 

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