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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Cymbrian, plain, 27.
Cynic, a talent is too much for a, 918.
character of a, 932.
Cynosure of neighbouring eyes, 248.
upon the sea obscure, 968.
Cynthia fair regent of the night, 426.
of this minute, 321.
Ralph howls to, 331.
Cypress, an alley titanic of, 656.
and myrtle, land of the, 549.
Cypress-trees bear no fruit, 920.
Cytherea’s breath, 77.
D., a big big, 801.
Dab at an index, 403.
Dacian mother, there was their, 546.
Dad, called my brother’s father, 78.
Dæmons, that there are, 946.
Daffadills fair, we weep to see, 202.
Daffed the world aside, 86.
Daffodils before the swallow, 77.
Dagger, air-drawn, 122.
I see before me, is this a, 119.
of the mind a false creation, 119.
smiles at the drawn, 299.
Daggers, I will speak, to her, 139.
in men’s smiles, there’s, 120.
though it rain, 192.
Daggers drawing, been at, 213.
Daily beauty in his life, 156.
life, lies before us in, 237.
sight, he who in our, 767.
Daintie flowre or herbe, 28.
Daintier sense, hath the, 143.
Dainties bred in a book, 55.
might hurt their health, 398.
Daintiest last to make the end most sweet, 80.
Daisie the eye of the day, 6.
Daisies, myriads of, 486.
pied, and violets blue, 56.
pied, meadows trim with, 248.
that men callen, in our toun, 6.
Daisy protects the dewdrop, 486.
there’s a, 142.
Dale, haunted spring or, 251.
musk-rose of the, 248.
or piny mountain, 504.
under the hawthorn in the, 248.
Dales and fields hills and valleys, 40.
Dalliance, primrose path of, 129.
Dallies like the old age, 75.
with the innocence of love, 75.
Dally with wrong, 500.
Dam his treacherous flatteries, 730.
pretty chickens and their, 124.
the waters of the Nile, 611.
Damask cheek, feed on her, 76.
Dame Fortune is a fickle gipsy, 609.
of Ephesus 295.
sulky sullen, 451.
Dames, it gars me greet ah gentle, 451.
of ancient days, 395.
Damiata and Mount Casius, 228.
Damien’s bed of steel, 395.
Damn me, abuses me to, 135.
with faint praise, 327.
your precious soul, 958.
Damnable and detestable curiosity, 663.
deceitful woman, 280.
iteration, thou hast, 83.
Damnation, distilled, 457.
of his taking off, 118.
round the land, deal, 334.
to suffer wet, 34.
within two fingers’ breadth of, 944.
Damned all silent and all, 468.
be him that first cries hold, 126.
better be, 431.
democrats, the, 559.
devil with devil, 227.
first, I’ll see thee, 464.
seen him, ere I would, 76.
spirit of health or goblin, 130.
spot, out I say, 124.
to everlasting fame, 319.
to fame, 331, 354.
use that word in hell, the, 108.
Damning those they have no mind to, 211.
Damosel, the blessed, 769.
Damp fell round, when a, 485.
my intended wing, 238.
Damsel lay deploring, a, 347.
of high lineage, a, 678.
with a dulcimer, 500.
Dan Chaucer, well of English under fyled, 28.
Cupid regent of love rhymes, 55.
to Beersheba, from, 379, 1006.
Dance and jollity, 243.
and Provencal song, 575.
and wine, banquet song with, 562.
attendance, 101.
Gill shall, 199.
of snow, like a, 709.
on with the, 542.
their wayward round, 469.
the Pyrrhic, 557.
when you do, 78.
who have learned to, 324.
Dances, Congress of Vienna but, 989.
in his crystal bounds, 246.
in the wind, 274.
in what ethereal, 655.
midnight, and the public show, 335.
such a way, she, 256.
Danced, and then she, 608.
laughed and, 864.
Dancing days, past our, 105.
drinking-time, a merry, 272.
in the chequered shade, 248.
more like wrestling than, 940.
O Heaven her, 608.
on a volcano, 1003.
Dandelions are changed, 792.
Dandin, George, you would have it so, 984.
Dandolo, hour of blind old, 545.
Dane, an antique Roman than a, 146.
royal, Hamlet king, 130.
Danger, delay always breeds, 973.
is in discord, all your, 645.
man who can be out of, 762.
on the deep, 589.
 

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