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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Blow on the head, 950.
on whom I please, 68.
perhaps may turn his, 464.
rain-drop makes some floweret, 718.
remember thy swashing, 104.
round misty islets tempests, 629.
the horrid deed in every eye, 118.
the stormy winds do, 515.
themselves must strike the, 541.
thou winter wind, 70.
till they have wakened death, 151.
what wood a cudgel is by the, 213.
wind! come wrack, 126.
winds and crack your cheeks, 146.
word and a, 107, 277.
Blows and buffets of the world, 121.
and knocks, apostolic, 210.
man up like a bladder, 85.
of circumstance, 675.
of sound, to heal the, 688.
traffic, from lands of sun, 751.
Bloweth where it listeth, 1034.
Blown, no sooner, but blasted, 251.
through the conchimarian horns, 636.
with restless violence, 48.
Blue above and blue below, 538.
and gold, clad in, 456.
and their hands are, 703.
bide by the buff and, 450.
darkly deeply beautifully, 507, 559.
een, saw ye the lass wi’ the, 586.
ethereal sky, 300.
eyes of unholy, 521.
get your eyes so, 759.
heaven above us bent, 667.
heavenly air is blent with heavenly, 729.
meagre hag, 244.
my prospects all look, 800.
presbyterian true, 210.
roses red and violets, 28.
rushing of the Rhône, 543.
sky bends over all, 499.
sky, canopied by the, 553.
sky, for thy faint, 790.
summer skies are darkly, 613.
the fresh the ever free, 538.
trip slip, 796.
under the laurel the, 766.
why does thy nose look so, 861.
Blue-birds, ghosts of the, 799.
Blue-eyed, my, 778.
Blue-fringed lids, 501.
Blueness summer redundant, abundant, 713.
Bluest of things grey, 808.
Blue-stocking, sagacious, 603.
Blunder free us, frae monie a, 448.
life is a, 829.
worse than a crime, 991.
you find in men this, 437.
youth is a, 628.
Blunders about a meaning, 327.
Blunderbuss against religion, 370.
Blundering kind of melody, 269.
Blush of maiden shame, 573.
of modesty, grace and, 140.
Blush, shame where is thy, 140.
to find it fame, do good and, 329.
to give it in, 513.
unseen, born to, 385.
Blushes at the name, 866.
bear away those, 52.
man that, not quite a brute, 309.
Blushed as he gave in the oath, 379.
before, we never, 262.
the conscious water, 258.
young men that, 920.
Blushful Hippocrene, 575.
Blushing apparitions, 52.
honours, bears his, 99.
is the colour of virtue, 283, 950.
like the morn, 237.
Blustering band, they march a, 273.
railer, 860.
Boards, ships are but, 61.
Boast, can imagination, 355.
he lives to build not, 354.
independence be our, 465.
Murray was our, 332.
not thyself of to-morrow, 1021.
of heraldry, 384.
our fondest, 580.
such is the patriot’s, 394.
veil the matchless, 356.
Boasts inhabitants like me, town that, 644.
Boastful boys, earth’s, 614.
breath is not a bow-string, 645.
neighs, high and, 92.
Boastings, actions mightier than, 645.
Boat, in a beautiful pea-green, 703.
is on the shore, 553.
oar in every man’s, 975.
swiftly glides the bonnie, 862.
Boats should keep near shore, 360.
Boatman, take thrice thy fee, 992.
Bobbed for whale, 217.
Bobtail tike, 148.
Bocara’s vaunted gold, 437.
Bodes me no good, 349.
some strange eruption, 126.
Bodied forth, softly, 546.
Bodies, conceit in weakest, 141.
ghosts of defunct, 210.
of unburied men, 181.
one soul in two, 948.
pressed the dead, 86.
princes like to heavenly, 166.
soldiers bore dead, by, 83.
to life, brought dead, 621.
two, with one soul, 340.
Body, absent from the, 508.
absent in, 1037.
blameless mind and faultless, 342.
Charlotte having seen his, 697.
cleanness of, 170.
clog of his, 221.
demd damp moist, 701.
distressed in mind or estate, 1042.
enough to cover his mind, not, 460.
eye is the light of the, 1030.
filled and vacant mind, 92.
form doth take, of the soul, 29.
is under hatches, 436.
 

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