|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|North, hills of the stormy, 570.
no east no west no, 517.
south, east and west, 798.
to southeast to west, 967.
unripened beauties of the, 298.|
|Northern main, to the, 333.
thought is slow, 709.|
|North-winds breath, 570.|
|Norval, my name is, 392.|
|Norwegian hills, hewn on, 224.|
|Nor-wester is blowing, a strong, 510.|
|Nose, down his innocent, 67.
entuned in hire, 1.
his own, would not assert his, 415.
into other mens porridge, 973.
jolly red nose, 869.
look so blue, why does thy, 861.
may ravage a rose, any, 703.
of Cleopatra, 985.
on a mans face, 44, 192, 971.
paying through the, 1050.
sharp as a pen, 91.
spectacles on, and pouch on side, 69.
thats his precious, 593.
tip-tilted, her slender, 678.
to the grindstone, 360.
wipe a bloody, 349.|
|Noses, and pleasant scents the, 723.
athwart mens, 104.
to the grindstone, 11, 172, 191.|
|Nosegay of culled flowers, 965.|
|Nostril, that ever offended, 46.
upturned his, 239.|
|Nostrils, breath is in his, 1025.|
|Not a drum was heard, 563.
at all surprising, its, 720.
dead but gone before, 455.
if I know myself at all, 509.
in the vein, I am, 97.
in toys we spent them, 260.
lost but gone before, 283.
of an age but for all time, 179.
that I loved Cæsar less, 113.
to know me, 234.
to speak it profanely, 137.
what we wish, 390.
with me is against me, 1034.|
|Notches on the blade, 1003.|
|Not-day exhibited, till I saw what the, 745.|
|Note, deed of dreadful, 121.
it in a book, 1026.
of him take no, 52.
of praise, swells the, 384.
of preparation, give dreadful, 92.
of time, we take no, 306.
of, when found make a, 702.
take note take, O world, 154.
that means to be of, 158.
that swells the gale, 386.
which Cupid strikes, 218.
youth that means to be of, 158.|
|Notes, all the compass of the, 271.
by distance made more sweet, 390.
chiels amang ye takin, 449.
never scare, yet its, 750.
of the harpers ring, the, 587.|
|Notes of woe, the deepest, 452.
thy liquid, 251.
thy once loved poet sung, 335.
with many a winding bout, 249.|
|Note-book, set in a, 115.|
|Nothin thet you can be held tu, say, 737.
without youre compelled, say, 737.|
|Nothing, a thing cannot go back to, 937.
becomes him ill, 55.
before and nothing behind, 503.
blessed is he who expects, 347.
but immortality, think there is, 745.
but that, might ever do, 78.
but the infinite pity, 791.
but vain fantasy, begot of, 105.
but well and fair, 242.
but what hath been said before, 185, 888.
can be well done hastily, 897.
can bring back the hour, 478.
can bring you peace, 618.
can come out of nothing, 937.
can cover his high fame, 198.
can happen more beautiful than death, 742.
can need a lie, 205.
can touch him further, 121.
can we call our own but death, 82.
comes amiss so money comes, 72.
comes to thee new or strange, 668.
common did or mean, 263.
condition of doing, 934.
created something of, 222.
death in itself is, 276.
dies but something mourns, 558.
earthly could surpass her, 555.
either good or bad, 134.
else but to be mended, 211.
emboldens sin so much as mercy, 109.
except a battle lost, 463.
first, all at once and, 691.
for thee is too early, 938.
full of sound and fury signifying, 125.
gives to airy, 59.
half so sweet in life, 521.
having, yet hath all, 174.
hid from the heat thereof, 1011.
I have everything yet have, 888.
I owe much, I have, 956.
I want nothing and I possess, 888.
if not critical, 151.
ill can dwell in such a temple, 43.
in excess, 943.
in his life became him, 117.
in the world to do, with, 611.
infinite deal of, speaks an, 60.
is but what is not, 116.
is changed in France, 1001.
is fair or good alone, 614.
is had for nothing, world when, 727.
is here for tears, 242.
is impossible, 11.|