|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Over-refinement, let not, deck thy thoughts, 936.|
|Overthrow, purposed, 162.|
|Overthrown, all but their faith, 746.
from being overthrown, 678.
overthrower from being, 678.|
|Over-weathered ribs, 62.|
|Overwhelmed in the strife, who died, 745.|
|Ovid Murray, how sweet an, 332.|
|Owe, if I cant pay, I can, 9.
much I have nothing, 956.
no man anything, 1036.
you one, thank you I, 454.|
|Owes its charm to the far away, 631.|
|Owed, dearest thing he, 117.|
|Owing owes not, a grateful mind, 231.|
|Owl and the pussy-cat, the, 703.
hawked at by a mousing, 120.
Im an, youre another, 723.
never was, more blind, 765.
that shrieked, it was the, 119.
to be afraid of an, 292.
very gravely got down, the, 723.|
|Owls and a hen, two, 703.
answer him ye, 331.
to Athens, sending, 946.|
|Owlet atheism, the, 501.|
|Own a princely service, 776.
come to their, 811.
do what I will with mine, 1032.
every subjects soul is his, 92.
God marked him for his, 208.
I do not, an inch of land, 765.
I have my, four walls, 585.
in our, honest hearts, 579.
no superior, soul walk free and, 744.
that I may call my, 689.
the soft impeachment, 441.
time whose verdicts mock our, 741.
would not assert his nose his, 415.|
|Owned with a grin, 507.|
|Owner, grief makes his, stoop, 79.
ox knoweth his, 1024.|
|Owners, kick their, 439.
open as the hearts of the, 642.|
|Ox, at the heels of the laureled, 808.
fish sold for more than an, 920.
goeth to the slaughter, 1017.
knoweth his owner, 1024.
than a stalled, 1018.|
|Oxen, who drives fat, 375.|
|Oxenforde, clerk ther was of, 1.|
|Oxlips and the crown imperial, 78.
and the nodding violet, 58.|
|Oyster crossed in love, 442.
man that first eat an, 292.
not good without an R in the month, 1049.
pearl in your foul, 72.
secret and solitary as an, 701.
the worlds mine, 45.
t was a fat, 334, 986.|
|Pace, are traveling all the same, 664.
creeps in this petty, 125.
thoughts with violent, 155.|
|Paces, time travels in divers, 70.|
|Pacific, stared at the, 576.|
|Pacings, the long mechanic, 668.|
|Pack, as a huntsman his, 399.|
|Pack-staff, plain as a, 172.|
|Paddle or fin or pinion, 767.|
|Pagan horn, lends his, 331.
suckled in a creed, 476.|
|Page, beautiful quarto, 442.
history hath but one, 546.
names inscribed in historys, 726.
of knowledge, ample, 384.
of some tenth-rate poeticule, 808.
pictures for the, atone, 331.
prescribed, all but the, 315.
rank thee upon glorys, 518.
torn from their destined, 456.
traced on the deathless, 726.
with dimpled chin, ho pretty, 697.|
|Pageant, insubstantial, 43.
train when I am dead, no, 571.|
|Pageantry of a king, 874.|
|Paid dear for his whistle, 361.
well that is well satisfied, 65.|
|Pain, a balm for every, 596.
akin to, 641.
all the heart then knew of, 662.
and anguish wring the brow, 490.
and ruin, threats of, 385.
be our joys three parts, 710.
change the place and keep the, 303.
cure is not worth the, 911.
death who puts an end to, 680.
die of a rose in aromatic, 316.
dull narcotics numbing, 674.
ending to my, 790.
error wounded writhes with, 573.
famine thirst bereavement, 783.
for leaven, 805.
for promised joy, 446.
frown at pleasure smile in, 309.
glad lifes arrears of, 711.
good out of infinite, 818.
greatest, it is to love, 261.
heart that never feels a, 377.
I had, I would that, 790.
in company with, 476.
in every peopled sphere, or, 683.
is felt in every member, 974.
is hard to bear, 794.
is no evil unless it conquer, 728.
it is that pain to miss, 261.
it was to drown, 96.
labour we delight in physics, 120.
laughter is fraught with some, 565.
lessened by anothers anguish, 104.
mighty, to love it is, 261.
naught but grief and, 446.
no fiery throbbing, 367.
no throbs of fiery, 367.
of finite hearts that yearn, 708.
of hell and paradise, 855.
of thought, 786.
pleasures banish, 303.
pleasures in the vale of, 492.
seed of retribution and undying, 647.