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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Innocency next thing to confession, 901.
Innocent as a new-laid egg, 802.
as gay, 308.
converse of an, mind, 577.
flower, look like the, 117.
for coquetry, too, 653.
lamb, skin of an, 94.
minds, 260.
nose, coursed down his, 67.
of the knowledge, be, 121.
shall not be, 1021.
shames, a thousand, 52.
sincere officious, 366.
sleep, 119.
though free, 428.
within is armed without, 329.
Innocuous desuetude, 804.
Innumerable as the stars, 235.
bees, murmuring of, 673.
caravan, join the, 572.
essence of biographies, 583.
Inoffensive pace, 237.
Inordinate cup is unblessed, 152.
Insane and awful passion, 599.
root, 116.
Insanity of noble minds, the divine, 647.
power to charm down, 620.
Insatiate archer, 306.
Inscribed in history’s page, names, 726.
Inscription upon my tomb, no, 863.
Inscriptions, lapidary, 372.
Inscrutable invisible, 44.
Insects of the hour, 410.
Insensibility, it argues an, 509.
Inseparable, one and, 533.
Inside, hurt of the, 212.
I am quite full, 510.
in your little, 802.
of a church, forgotten the, 86.
Insides, carrying three, 464.
Insignificancy and an earldom, 352.
Insolence and wine, flown with, 224.
of office, 135.
Insolent foe, taken by the, 150.
Inspector of snow-storms, self-appointed, 722.
Inspiration, contortions without the, 412.
no more, than in a plate of muffins, 838.
unapprehended, 568.
without the, 874.
Inspiring John Barleycorn, 451.
Instance of itself, sends some, 142.
Instances, wilderness of single, 670.
wise saws and modern, 69.
Instant, we rose both at an, 88.
Instil a wanton sweetness, 357.
in me, 794.
Instinct, coward on, 85.
of the soul, indulging every, 711.
with music, bright gem, 485.
Instincts, a few strong, 479.
feelings came to them like, 664.
high, 478.
Instincts, man plant himself on his, 617.
unawares, like, 664.
Instinctive taste, an, 504.
Institution, life’s a pleasant, 802.
Institutions alone create a nation, 625.
Instruct my sorrows to be proud, 79.
Instruction, better the, 63.
of youth, examples for the, 411.
Instructions, we but teach bloody, 118.
Instrument, God’s most awful, 482.
stringed, 909.
sweeter than the sound of an, 177.
to know if the moon shine, 214.
Instruments, mortal, 111.
of darkness tell us truths, 116.
to plague us, 149.
Insubstantial pageant faded, 43.
Insult, look that threatened, 410.
to injury, adding, 902.
Insults unavenged, 480.
Insulting foe, to meet the, 443.
Insupportable, the unreasonable, 928.
Insurrection, nature of an, 111.
Intellect, argument and, 402.
eye of the, 582.
or will, 797.
subtlety of, 812.
the march of, 506.
truth or satisfaction of, 657.
weakness of, 802.
Intellectual aristocracy, 995.
being, would lose this, 227.
lords of ladies, 555.
power, the, 465, 480.
Intellectualized emotion, 740.
Intelligence, controlling, 939.
Intelligent fountains, 767.
Intelligible forms of ancient poets, 504.
Intemperance, world has no tyrant like, 634.
Intense, concentred in a life, 544.
Intent, on hospitable thoughts, 235.
spur to prick the sides of my, 118.
to do mischief, 186.
working out a pure, 482.
Intents wicked or charitable, 130.
Intentions, hell paved with good, 372, 1000.
Intercourse of daily life, 468.
speed the soft, 333.
Interest of man, justice the great, 531.
most concerned in my own; 888.
speaks all sorts of tongues, 980.
unborrowed from the eye, 467.
Interests, conciliation of, 981.
nevermore let the great, 579.
Interested in others, when, 894.
Interim is like a phantasma, 111.
Interlunar cave, her vacant, 241.
Interminable series of arguments to malign, 626.
Intermission, sans, 68.
Interpretation, interpreter of life not need, 812.
Interpretations, necessary to interpret, 965.
 

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