|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Be no better than you should, 197.
not afraid, it is I, 1032.
not overcome of evil, 1036.
not righteous overmuch, 1022.
oer lesser powers that, 731.
or not to be, to, 135.
powers that, 1036.
sure you are right then go ahead, 1044.
the great business of life is to, 812.
we know not what we may, 142.
were it not better not to, 666.
where the many mansions, 758.
will, our safeguard, 579.
ye all of one mind, 1041.
ye angry and sin not, 1039.|
|Beach, across the narrow, 792.
fishermen that walk upon the, 148.
my life is like a stroll upon the, 722.
pebbles smoothed on rolling, 767.
the strewn, 769.
there came to the, 515.|
|Beacon of the wise, 102.|
|Beacons of hope ye appear, 754.
of wise men, logical consequences, 762.|
|Beade of amber, flie within a, 203.|
|Beadle to a humorous sigh, 55.|
|Beadroll, Fames eternall, 28.|
|Beads and prayer-books, 318.
in drops of rain, tell their, 639.
pictures, rosaries, 215.
they told, their, 866.|
|Beak from out my heart, take thy, 656.|
|Beaker, fill every, up my men, 610.
full of the warm south, 575.|
|Beakers brim, bubbles that swim on the, 633.|
|Be-all and the end-all, 118.|
|Beam, full midday, 255.
O still celestial, 832.
on the outward shape, cast a, 245.
that smiles the clouds away, 550.
unpolluted in his, 169.|
|Beams athwart the sea, 668.
full-dazzling, all his, 743.
little candle throws his, 66.
spreads his orient, 233.
tricks his, 248.|
|Beans, abstain from, 915.|
|Bear a charmed life, 126.
anothers misfortunes, 336.
bit you if it had been a, 292.
borne and yet must, 566.
can every anguish calmly, 665.
how easy is a bush supposed a, 59.
in mind your labor is for future, 622.
it calmly, we, 289.
lick into form as a, 186.
like the Turk, 327.
me not so swiftly oer, 862.
no more of meaning, 790.
or lion, sometime like a, 158.
pain is hard to, 794.
pain to the, 604.
rugged Russian, 122.|
|Bear the burden and the heat, we, 753.
the palm alone, 110.
thee to the battle back, to, 623.
those ills we have, 136.
to conquer our fate is to, 515.
to live or dare to die, 318.
to, to nurse to rear, 749.
up and steer right onward, 252.
weve fought the, before, 867.
with your own brother, 929.|
|Bears and lions growl, 301.
lick their cubs, 962, 966.
when first born, 905.|
|Bear-baiting heathenish, 604.|
|Beard, an old man with a, 703.
and hoary hair, 383.
built their nests in my, 703.
he that hath a, 50.
of formal cut, 69.
singed the Spanish kings, 643.
the lion in his den, 490.
tradition wears a snowy, 650.
was as white as snow, 142.
was grizzled, 129.|
|Beards be grown, until your, 1007.
wag all, in hall where, 21.
waveth all, when the, 21.|
|Bearded like the pard, 69.
men, tears of, 489.|
|Bearing high above her head, 704.
in thy palm the poppy-seeds, 764.
there was pride in Caseys, 856.|
|Bearings of this observation, 702.|
|Beast, little better than a, 61.
that wants discourse of reason, 128.
the righteous man regardeth the life of his, 1018.
to man, familiar, 45.
upward from the, 846.
very gentle, 59.|
|Beasts, brutish, 113.
mans injustice to, 928.
nature teaches, 103.
pair of very strange, 71.
that perish, like the, 1012.|
|Beat, John Bull was, at Waterloo, 609.
the bush, 10.
this ample field, 315.
waves that, our coast, 580.
wild on this worlds shore, 654.
your pate, you, 336.|
|Beats, cold blast at the casement, 714.
in every human breast, same heart, 754.
time, whereto the world, 685.|
|Beaten, he that is, 212.
hymn of the wounded the, 745.
with his own rod, 9.|
|Beatific vision, 225.|
|Beating of my own heart, 664.
of the storm-waves, 856.|
|Beatings of my heart, 467.|
|Beatitude, eighth, 347.|
|Beatrice see a lover in that anchorite, 741.|
|Beaumont lie a little further, 179.
lie a little nearer Spenser, rare, 179.|
|Beauteous, all that is most, 483.|