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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Woo the voices, you that, 683.
Wood, born in a, 202.
deep and gloomy, 467.
drudgery at the desk’s dead, 509.
land to plant a, 289.
not stones for, make a state, 437.
old, burns brightest, 181.
one impulse from a vernal, 466.
sighs to find them in the, 573.
till Birnam, do come, 125.
till Birnam, remove, 124.
to burn, old, 171.
what, a cudgel’s by the blow, 213.
you maple, the burning bush, 650.
Woods against a stormy sky, 569.
and glades, 817.
and pastures new, fresh, 248.
are full of them, 1052.
Greta, are green, 492.
have eares, 17.
have tongues as walls, 678.
I will get me away to the, 847.
in the middle of the, 703.
or steepy mountains, 40.
pleasure in the pathless, 547.
senators of mighty, 575.
stoic of the, 516.
the dim sweet, the dear dark, 817.
to the sleeping, singeth, 499.
wailing winds and naked, 573.
when wild in, 275.
whispered it to the, 238.
Woodbine, luscious, 58.
well-attired, 248.
Woodcocks, springes to catch, 130.
Wooden shoe, sailed off in a, 831.
shoes, round-heads and, 300.
walls of England, 1053.
Woodman spare that tree, 609.
spare the beechen tree, 516.
Woodman’s axe lies free, 570.
Wood-notes wild, native, 249.
Wood-pigeons breed, where the, 380.
Wood-world is one full peal of praise, 678.
Wooed, beautiful therefore to be, 93.
in haste to wed at leisure, 72.
woman in this humour, 96.
woman therefore may be, 104.
would be, not unsought be won, 237.
Wooer, was a thriving, 295.
Woof, spun out of Iris’, 243.
there run, but through its, 715.
weave the warp weave the, 383.
Wooing in my boys, I’ll go, 406.
the caress, 555.
Wooingly, heaven’s breath smells, 117.
Wool, all cry and no, 211.
go for, come home shorn, 977.
moche crye and no, 7.
of bat and tongue of dog, 123.
tease the huswife’s, 246.
Wool-gathering, thoughts ran a, 978.
wits from, 173.
Woollen, odious in, 321.
Word, accoutred as I was upon the, 110.
Alone, knells in that, 631.
World Alone, that worn out, 631.
and a blow, 107, 277.
and deed, each crisis brings its, 650.
and measured phrase, 470.
and task, it is an irksome, 697.
answer me in one, 70.
as fail, no such, 631.
as good as his bond, 976.
at random spoken, 492.
changed for a worse one, 343.
character dead at every, 442.
choleric, in the captain, 48.
damned use that, in hell, 108.
dropped a tear upon the, 379.
everich, he most reherse, 2.
every whispered, 551.
farewell a, that must be, 548.
farewell that fatal, 551.
fitly spoken, 1020.
flirtation that significant, 353.
flowering in a lonely, 682.
for teaching me that, 65.
God in his works and, 304.
hardly a, to say, 770.
He speeds, still the fitting, 650.
He was the, that spake it, 177.
honest woman of her, 63.
honour, what is that, 87.
in season spoken, 637.
it was bilbow, the, 351.
light dies before thy uncreating, 332.
never break thy, 936.
never wanted a good, 400.
no man relies on, 279.
of Cæsar might have stood, 113.
of onset gave, 474.
of promise to our ear, 126.
of righteousness, 1040.
once familiar, 588.
remember that hard, 684.
reputation dies at every, 326.
shall a light, part us, 653.
so idly spoken, 631.
spoken in due season, 1018.
suit the action to the, 137.
sweet in every whispered, 551.
tears wash out a, 954.
that ever breathed a, 726.
that must be, 548.
think not thy, alone is right, 878.
to scorn, laughed his, 415.
to the action, suit the, 137.
to throw at a dog, 66.
too large, tempted her with, 52.
torture one poor, 270.
voice like a prophet’s, 562.
wash out a, of it, 954.
weakness is not in your, 754.
whose lightest, 131.
with her sharp is the, 294.
with this learned Theban, 147.
Words all ears took captive, whose, 74.
all heaviest, 790.
all the power of, 330.
and actions, from all her, 238.
and courtliness, amiable, 681.
apt and gracious, delivers in, 55.
 

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