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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Employment of idle time, 207.
prevents melancholy, 373.
wishing is the worst of all, 308.
Empress, sovereign law sits, 438.
Emprise and floure of floures, 6.
Emptiness of ages in his face, 833.
smiles betray his, 328.
Empty boxes, beggarly account of, 108.
bubble, honour but an empty, 272.
day, idle singer of an, 789.
dream, life is an, 768.
heads, tall men have, 170.
louder but as, quite, 318.
often the cockloft is, 222.
praise, pudding against, 330.
streets, whirls through the, 714.
thanks, words are but, 296.
Empty-vaulted night, 244.
Enamelled eyes, quaint, 247.
stones, sweet music with, 44.
Enamoured, hung over her, 235.
Enchant thine ear, 161.
Enchants the world, 356.
Enchanted land, portals that lead to an, 798.
Enchanting ravishment, 243.
Enchantment, distance lends, 512.
sails through magic seas, 850.
Enchantments, render birth to dim, 653.
Enchantress of the stormy seas, 613.
Encircling gloom, lead kindly Light amid the, 607.
Enclosed, safe within its central heart, 742.
Encounter, free and open, 255.
of our wits, keen, 96.
Encourage no vice, 398.
Encreasing, youth waneth by, 24.
Encumbers him with help, 370.
Encyclopedic mind, 604.
End and aim, but being’s, 318.
at my finger’s, 12.
at the, I know is death, 821.
at their wit’s, 12, 1015.
attempt the, 203.
badder, gladly to the, 4.
be well all is well, 988.
beginning and the, 1041.
beginning of our, the true, 59.
beginning of the, 1000.
bitter, 1045.
born to disastrous, 30.
crowns all, 102.
death a necessary, 112.
die and there an, 122.
do not forsake me at my, 278.
each particular hair to stand an, 131.
good beginning, good, 13.
guide original and, 367.
happiness our being’s, 318.
hope to the, 1041.
in wandering mazes, found no, 228.
is not yet, the, 1033.
life’s great, 309.
make me to know mine, 1012.
me no ends, 1053.
means unto an, 721.
End most sweet, to make the, 80.
must justify the means, 287.
my last, be like his, 1005.
of a fray, latter, 87.
of a shot, 19.
of a summer’s day, 770.
of fame, what is the, 556.
of it, there is an, 974.
of language, nature’s, 310.
of life not knowledge but action, 762.
of reckoning, 49.
of returning, 49.
of the chapter, 959.
of this day’s business, 115.
of woman’s being, holiest, 686.
one must consider the, 983.
original and, 367.
prophetic of her, 306.
remember Milo’s, 278.
remember the, 1029.
served no private, 326.
set gray life and apathetic, 668.
swan-like, fading in music, 63.
that shall lightly meet, an, 745.
the, is the same, 850.
the sooner to make an, 171.
to all things, 721.
to pain, death who puts an, 680.
try the man, 89.
Ends, at my fingers’, 74.
delays have dangerous, 93.
divinity that shapes our, 145.
good in everything, 197.
human, ultimately answered, 530.
neglecting worldly, 42.
of the earth, 1019.
of verse, cheered with, 212.
old odd, of holy writ, 96.
this strange eventful history, 69.
thou aimest at, 100.
violent, violent delights, 107.
well, all is well that, 13.
whose, will make him greatest, 37.
End-all, might be the, 118.
Endearing elegance, 368.
wile, children with, 397.
Endearment, each fond, 396.
Endeavour, riven with vain, 473.
to do thy duty, a brave, 826.
too painful an, 321.
with useless, 644.
Ended and begun, between things, 745.
his cares are now all, 90.
with the day, her washing, 758.
Ending, a good, 11.
always descending, never, 506.
everything has an, 845.
in death at last, 790.
on the rustling leaves, 250.
still beginning, never, 272.
to my pain, 790.
Endite, songes make and well, 1.
Endless cruise, depart upon thy, 745.
day, an, 784.
error, in, 317.
extinction of unhappy hates, 754.
 

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