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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Do you know old age may come, 743.
Dock the tail of rhyme, 688.
Doctor, after death the, 205.
dismissing the, 454.
Fell, I do not love thee, 286.
for a nauseous draught fee the, 270.
good is a good, 620.
Martin Luther sang, as, 697.
old because you never were my, 923.
silent, shook his head, 349.
Doctors disagree, when, 322.
give what they would take, 691.
of the Stoic fur, 246.
Doctors’ spite, in learned, 564.
Doctrine, all the winds of, 255.
from women’s eyes, 56.
not for the, but the music, 324.
of ignoble ease, 840.
of the strenuous life, 840.
orthodox, prove their, 210.
sanctified by truth, 483.
than of heart, better heresy of, 650.
the bible is a book of, 530.
with every wind of, 1039.
Doctrines plain, what makes all, 215.
Doer and the thing done, 461.
Doer’s deed, place is dignified by, 73.
Does not put him out, it, 720.
well acts nobly, 307.
works and, some poem, 583.
Doff it for shame, 79.
Doft his hat, when he lightly, 856.
Dog, Alcibiades and his, 919.
and bay the moon, 114.
circumcised, 159.
faithful, his, 315.
hair of the same, 16.
his Highness’, at Kew, 334.
hunts in dreams like a, 669.
in that town was found a, 400.
in the manger, 188.
infidel as a, 371.
is thy servant a, 1008.
is turned to his vomit, 1041.
it was that died, 400.
let no, bark, 60.
living, better than dead lion, 1023.
love me love my, 19.
may love a puppy, a mastiff, 684.
mine enemy’s, 148.
misbeliever, cut throat, 61.
old, Tray’s ever faithful, 764.
ounce bear and bull, 969.
shall bear him company, 315.
smarts, this, 363.
something better than his, 669.
to gain his private ends, 400.
Tobias and his, 1028.
walking on his hind legs, 371.
whose, are you, 334.
will have his day, 145.
wool of bat tongue of, 123.
word to throw at a, 66.
would break thy bivouac, 623.
Dogs bark at me, 95.
between two, 93.
delight to bark and bite, 301.
drinking from the Nile, 901, 905.
Dogs eat of the crumbs, 1032.
fighting in the streets, 363.
little, and all, 147.
of war, let slip the, 113.
rain cats and, 293.
throw physic to the, 125.
ye have had your day, 347.
Doggedly, set himself, 371.
Doing and saying are two things, 284.
good for good-for-nothing, 659.
or suffering, 225.
what is, 815.
whatever is worth, 352.
Doings, amend your ways and your, 1027.
Doit, beggarly last, 421.
Dole, delight and, in equal scale, 127.
happy man be his, 46.
happy man happy, 11.
Doleful dumps, 404.
sound, from the tombs, a, 303.
Dollar, the Almighty, 536.
Dollars and cents, minutes to be, 586.
Dolphin, dies like the, 545.
Dolphins play, pleased to see the, 354.
Dolphin-chamber, in my, 89.
Domain, o’er the hushed, 699.
Dome, fired the Ephesian, 296.
hand that rounded Peter’s, 614.
him of the western, 268.
his hall the azure, 617.
in this world with starry, 841.
life like a, 565.
no gilded, 571.
of many-coloured glass, 565.
of thought, 541.
Domestic happiness, 419.
joy, smooth current of, 367.
Domestics, few admired by their, 964.
Dominations princedoms, 235.
Dominion, man’s, 767.
Dominions, raven from the dim, 613.
sun never sets in, 990.
tithe or toll in our, 79.
Domus sua cuique, 24.
Done, all is, that men can do, 453.
by youth, everything great been, 628.
decently and in order, 1038.
ere the toil be, 717.
father thy will not mine be, 630.
for, so soon that I am, 875.
heat of long day and wish ’t were, 753.
if it were, when ’t is, 117.
in a corner, 1036.
in vain, all is, 453.
knowing when to have, 583.
life’s work well, 757.
like lightning, 178.
make deeds ill, 80.
my duty and no more, 362.
quickly, ’t were well it were, 117.
reward of a thing well, 619.
such things to be so little, 675.
the play is, 697.
things which we ought to have, 1042.
to death by slanderous tongues, 54.
 

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