|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Ideas, greatest number of greatest, 746.
man of nasty, 291.
who sung divine, 615.|
|Ideal, within our hearts the beautiful, 763.|
|Ides are come, 112.
of March, beware the, 110, 914.|
|Idiot, tale told by an, 125.
the law is a ass a, 702.
you ignominious, 843.|
|Idle as a painted ship, 498.
brain, children of an, 105.
for manners are not, 681.
hands to do, mischief for, 302.
industrious, no laws can make, 720.
scorning, too fond for, 653.
singer of an empty day, 789.
thunder in his lifted hand, 267.
toil does not come to help the, 893.
waste of thought, 517.
whom the world calls, 420.
wild and young, 864.
wind, pass by me as the, 114.
wishes, stay in, 444.|
|Idleness an appendix to nobility, 361.
bread of, 1021.
frivolous work of polished, 457.
penalties of, 332.
t is love in, 611.
to eat his heart away, 30.|
|Idler, busy world an, 420.
is a watch, 415.|
|Idly, and my fingers wandered, 761.
spoken, word so, 631.|
|Idolatry, god of my, 106.|
|Idols to the moles and bats, 1024.|
|If any speak, 113.
I should die to-night, 838.
is the only peacemaker, 72.
it be now t is not to come, 145.
much virtue in, 72.
she be not so to me, 199.
there be or ever were, 159.
we do meet again, 155.
we should fail, 118.|
|Ignis aurum probat, 197.|
|Ignoble ease, doctrine of, 840.|
|Ignominious heads, hide their, 339.
|Ignominy sleeps with thee, 87.|
|Ignorance, blind and naked, 679.
bonds of, 687.
distinguished for, 627.
folly and, 102.
is bliss, t is folly to be wise, 382.
it was a childish, 592.
knew nothing but the fact of his, 946.
knowledge from, 710.
let me not burst in, 130.
let, talk as it will, 983.
man sedate in, 366.
mother of devotion, 275.
never settles a question, 625.
of the law excuses no man, 195.
of wealth, best riches, 396.
one only evil, 946.
our comfort flows from, 287.|
|Ignorance plays the chief part among men, 944.|
|Ignorant armies clash by night, where, 753.
despise education, the, 897.
in foreboding evil, 881.
in spite of experience, 376.
of anything, be not, 1029.
of what he s most assured, 48.
to be conscious you are, 627.|
|Ignorantly read, blockhead, 325.|
|Il dolce far niente, 934.|
|Iliad and Odyssey, 503.|
|Ilium, topless towers of, 41.|
|Ill at ease, I was weary and, 761.
better made by, 455.
can he rule the great, 29.
crowning good repressing, 438.
deeds done, makes, 80.
fares the land, 396.
final goal of, 675.
for ill, 794.
good and, together, 74.
good and, together blent, 607.
goodness thinks no, 231.
habits gather by unseen degrees, 274.
make themselves strong by, 121.
news goes quick, 924.
nothing becomes him, 55.
nothing, can dwell in such a temple, 43.
seal up the avenues of, 616.
shapes of, may hover, 579.
sovereign oer transmuted, 366.
spirit have so fair a house, 43.
the good are better made by, 455.
the hate of victorious, 785.
things of good or, we choose, 767.
weed groweth fast, 13.
where no ill seems, 231.
wind blows no man to good, 90.
wind that bloweth no man to good, 20.
wind turns none to good, 20.|
|Ills, bear those, we have, 136.
betide, resigned when, 362.
cure for lifes worst, 606.
flood of mortal, 956.
love on through all, 527.
of life, victorious oer a the, 451.
that men endure, of all, 261.
the scholars life assail, what, 365.
to come, no sense of, 381.
to hastening, a prey, 396.
what mighty done by woman, 280.|
|Ill-favoured faults, 46.
thing but mine own, 72.|
|Illiterate him from your memory, 440.|
|Ill-luck, as, would have it, 971.
never comes alone, 972.
people fond of, 612.|
|Ill-seeming thick, 73|
|Ill-used ghost, like an, 355.|
|Illume the sky, when stars, 597.|
|Illumed the eastern skies, 694.
the eastern skies, sun in state, 758.|
|Illumine, what in me is dark, 223.|