|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Feet, at her, he bowed, 1006.
bar my constant, 357.
beneath her petticoat, 256.
clear of the grave, 614.
clouted brogues from off my, 160.
crowds of grasshoppers skip at our, 749.
every turf beneath their, 515.
fall in destined snare, 769.
friends departing, 738.
hands wings or, 230.
hours with flying, 542.
keep thou my, I do not ask, 607.
lamp unto my, 1015.
lie close about his, 664.
like snails did creep, 202.
nailed on the bitter cross, 82.
of Gamaliel, at the, 1035.
of Nemesis, 840.
our unchained, walk freely, 580.
pillars are fallen at thy, 610.
shoes were on their, 510.
standing with reluctant, 640.
the winds shine along the sea, 805.
through faithless leather, 311.
times iron, 635.
to the foe, his, 514.
to the lame eyes to the blind, 1009.
t will fawn at his, 780.
two pale, crossed in rest, 765.
underneath his, 23.
with aching hands and bleeding, 753.
your, and your raiment all red, 604.
youth with swift, walks, 686.|
|Feetur, haint one agreeable, 735.|
|Feighning like froth shall go, 815.|
|Felicitie, what more, can fall, 30.|
|Felicities, natures old, 486.|
|Felicity, absent thee from, 146.
and flower of wickedness, 712.
God made man to enjoy, 932.
in fortunes favours, 923.
our own, we make, 357.|
|Fell, and holy where they, 634.
by that sin, the angels, 100.
dead in the streets, truth never, 694.
Doctor, I do not love thee, 286.
down, all of us, 114.
great Cæsar, 114.
in the battle of life, who, 745.
like autumn fruit, 276.
like stars, they, 496.
of hair would rouse and stir, 125.
purpose, shake my, 117.
summer with flowers that, 805.
swoop, at one, 124.
though the brightest, 124.|
|Fellow, called the wind, a, 844.
covetous sordid, 352.
dies an honest, 184.
hail, well met, 290.
Hannibal was a pretty, 295.
hook-nosed, of Rome, 90.
in a market-town, 432.
in the cellarage, hear this, 132.
in the firmament, 112.
mad, met me, 86.|
|Fellow, many a good tall, 83.
no feeling of his business, 143.
of but one idea, 371, 627.
of infinite jest, 144.
of no mark nor likelihood, 86.
of the selfsame flight, 60.
that hath had losses, 53.
that hath two gowns, 53.
that will have no sovereign, 24.
theres a lean, beats all, 181.
touchy testy pleasant, 300.
vindictive and touchy, 916.
want of it the, 319.
with the best king, 93.|
|Fellows, best king of good, 93.
nature hath framed strange, 59.
of the baser sort, 1035.
were all good, together, 861.
young, will be young, 428.|
|Fellow-creatures, I love my, 800.|
|Fellow-fault to match it, 70.|
|Fellow-feeling, help others out of, 185.
makes one wondrous kind, 387.|
|Fellow-men, one who loves his, 536.|
|Fellowship, manhood nor good, 83.
right hands of, 1038.|
|Felony to drink small beer, 94.|
|Felt along the heart, 467.
as a man, thought as a sage, 428.
before, terrors never, 656.
darkness which may be, 1005.
in the blood, 467.
the halter draw, 440.
the wust, on which one he, 736.
with spirit so profound, 471.|
|Female cousins, ten, 799.
errors fall, if to her share, 325.
friendship, elegance of, 368.
hunting for one fair, 272.
mouth, kisses from a, 554.
of sex it seems, 242.|
|Feminine, the vision, 606.|
|Fence, cunning in, 76.
of rhetoric, dazzling, 246.|
|Fens bogs dens, 228.|
|Ferdinand Mentez Pinto, 294.|
|Fern, grasshoppers under a, 410.|
|Ferned grot, 777.|
|Ferre as I can gesse, 6.|
|Ferry, and its whos for the, 831.|
|Fervently do we pray that this, 661.|
|Festus I plunge, 704.|
|Fetish raiments of the past, old, 788.|
|Fetisly, fayre and, spake ful, 1.|
|Festivity, pleasant place of, 544.|
|Fettered to an office stool, 801.|
|Fetterless, free and, 867.|
|Fetters off, throws its last, 572.|
|Fever, after lifes fitful, 121.
of the world, the, 467.
so when a raging, burns, 303.|
|Few and far between, 514.
are chosen, many called but, 1032.
are the lands, far and, 703.
die and none resign, 435.
fit audience though, 236.
grinders cease because they are, 1023.|