|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Men, twelve honest, have decided, 859.
unlearned, of books, 310.
various are the tastes of, 391.
we are, my liege, 121.
we petty, walk under his legs, 110.
were deceivers ever, 51.
were living before Agamemnon, 555.
weve got the, 867.
what if, take to following, 788.
when bad, combine, 408.
when, speak well of you, 1033.
which never were, 72.
which ordinary, are fit for, 146.
who can fancy warless, 683.
who can hear the Decalogue, 468.
who can stand before, 730.
who clung to their first fault, 704.
who have failed in literature, 629.
who have honour, 730.
who know their rights, 438.
who possess opinions and a will, 730.
who prefer any load of infamy, 462.
who their duties know, 438.
who will not lie, 730.
whom the lust of office, 730.
whom the spoils of office, 730.
whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders, 150.
whose views of Christian duty, 730.
whose visages do cream and mantle, 60.
wiser by weakness, 221.
with good, not so absolute, 579.
with human, I will plead, 634.
with mothers and wives, 594.
with reasonable, I will reason, 634.
with sisters dear, 594.
with words we govern, 627.
women and Herveys, 461.
world knows nothing of its greatest, 606.
world was worthy of such, 657.
worth a thousand, 492.
would be angels, 316.
you took them for, not the, 52.
young, fitter to invent, 167.
young, shall see visions, 1027.
young, think old men fools, 36.|
|Mens bones, full of dead, 1033.
business and bosoms, 164.
charitable speeches, 170.
cottages princes palaces, 60.
counters, words are, 200.
daughters, words are, 368.
dream, the old, 268.
evil manners live in brass, 100.
facts, precedents for poor, 36.
judgments are a parcel, 158.
labours and peregrinations, 170.
lives, ye are buying, 493.
men gentle or simple, 730.
misery, became the cause of all, 31.
names, that syllable, 243.
nurses, wives are old, 165.
office to speak patience, 53.
smiles, theres daggers in, 120.
souls, times that try, 431.
stuff, disposer of other, 175.|
|Mens temper bad, certain winds make, 729.
thoughts according to their inclinations, 167.
vision, the young, 268.
weaknesses are often necessary, 998.
wives are young, mistresses, 165.|
|Mend Gods work, man to, 270.
it or be rid on t, 121.
lacks time to, 606.
your speech a little, 146.|
|Mendacity, tempted into, 687.|
|Mended from that tongue, came, 333.
little said is soonest, 200, 973.
never can be, but must ever, 636.
nothing else but to be, 211.
old houses, 296.|
|Menial, pampered, 433.|
|Mens regnum bona possidet, 22.|
|Mental constitution, conditions of our, 693.|
|Mention her, no we never, 588.|
|Mentions hell to ears polite, never, 322.|
|Mentioned, better be damned than not, 431.|
|Mercantile morality, 997.|
|Merchant and pirate, 997.
|Merchants are princes, whose, 1026.
where, most do congregate, 61.|
|Mercies, marvellous, 805.
of the wicked, 1018.|
|Merciful proud and strong, 846.|
|Merciless stepmother, 903.|
|Mercury can rise, Venus sets ere, 336.
like feathered, 86.
like the herald, 140.
the words of, are harsh, 57.|
|Mercy and truth are met, 1013.
asked, mercy I found, 870.
ever hope to have, 29.
for youth, have they no, 728.
God all, is a God unjust, 308.
his, shall clear, 808.
I to others show, 29, 334.
is above this sceptred sway, 64.
is nobilitys true badge, 103.
is not strained, 64.
la belle dame sans, 575.
nothing becomes them as, 47.
nothing emboldens sin so much as, 109.
of a rude stream, 99.
render the deeds of, 65.
seasons justice, 65.
shown, lovelier things have, 548.
shut the gates of, 385.
sighed farewell, 551.
temper justice with, 239.
unto others show, 29.
upon us miserable sinners, 1042.
we do pray for, 65.|
|Mere, lady of the, 472.
white truth in simple, 678.|
|Merge itself and become lost, evil, 743.|
|Meridian of my glory, 99.|
|Meridians for a seine, 796.|
|Merit, as if her, lessened yours, 377.|