|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Serpent, more of the, than dove, 41.
of old Nile, 157.
sting thee twice, 64.
trail of the, 526.
under the innocent flower, 117.|
|Serpents, be ye wise as, 1031.
poison for, 904.|
|Serpents tooth, sharper than a, 146.|
|Servant a dog, is thy, 1008.
of God, 834.
of God, well done, 236.
to the lender, 1020.
with this clause, 204.|
|Servants, men in great place are thrice, 165.
of fame and of business, 165.
of the sovereign or state, 165.|
|Serve for table-talk, 64.
God and mammon, ye cannot, 1030.
in heaven, than, 224.
one of those that will not, 149.
other people, to, 996.
they, who stand and wait, 252.
t is enough, t will, 107.|
|Serves me most who serves his country best, 339.
the immortal gods, must toil who, 647.|
|Served him right, cried, 720.
my God, had I but, 100.|
|Serveth not anothers will, 174.|
|Servi peregrini, 418.|
|Service, a princely, 776.
ability for good, 411.
devine, she sange, 1.
done the state some, 156.
is no heritage, 73.
is perfect freedom, whose, 1043.
of the antique world, 67.
small, is true service, 486.
still, strong for, 419.
sweat for duty not for meed, 67.
t is the curse of, 149.
to the flesh, 940.
weary and old with, 99.
yeomans, it did me, 145.|
|Servile opportunity to gold, 483.
to skyey influences, 48.|
|Serving thee, die for her is, 689.
t is loving and, 716.|
|Servitors, nimble and airy, 253.|
|Servitude, base laws of, 275.|
|Seson priketh every gentil herte, 2.|
|Sessions of sweet silent thought, 161.|
|Set about their mountain-piling, 704.
down as a positive truth, 698.
down aught in malice, 156.
here is the whole, 442.
mankind their little, 437.
my life upon a cast, 98.
my life upon any charm, 121.
sail and away, 774.
some value on his votive lay, 653.
sun has a right to, 787.
terms, in good, 68.
the cause above renown, 846.
the crooked straight, why strive to, 789.|
|Set thine house in order, 1026.|
|Setter up of kings, 95.|
|Setteth up another, 1013.|
|Setting, I haste now to my, 99.
in his western skies, 268.
sun and music at the close, 81.
sun, crimsoned by the, 802.
sun, men shut doors against a, 109.|
|Settle a question, men never so likely to, 603.|
|Settles, ignorance never, a question, 625.|
|Settles numbers, lived in, 331.|
|Settled right, until it is, 835.|
|Seven ages, his acts being, 69.
all at six and, 15.
cities warred for Homer, 194.
halfpenny loaves, 94.
hours to law, 438.
hundred pounds and possibilities, 45.
long years had come and fled, 868.
men that can render a reason, 1020.
senses, scared out of his, 493, 973.
that fondly folded, 811.
the stars in her hair were, 769.
wealthy towns, 194.
women hold of one man, 1025.
years pith, these arms had, 149.|
|Seventy years young, 692.|
|Severe, grave to gay from lively to, 320.
in aught, if, 397.
pleasant to, 273, 985.
with eyes, 69.|
|Severn, Avon to the, runs, 484.
to the narrow seas, 483.|
|Sewers annoy the air, 239.|
|Sewing at once a double thread, 594.|
|Sex, a woman of her gentle, 608.
female of, it seems, 242.
is ever kind to a soldier, the, 345.
Marcia towers above her, 298.
or complexion, whatever may be the, 634.
spirits can assume either, 224.
stronger than my, 112.
to the last, 273.
whose presence civilizes ours, 415.|
|Sexes, the French say there are three, 461.|
|Sexs earliest latest care, 377.|
|Sexless orgies of morality, 808.|
|Sexton, and the, tolled the bell, 595.
they went and told the, 595.|
|Shackles fall in our country, 418.
of an old love, the, 680.|
|Shade, ah pleasing, 381.
along the moonlight, 335.
Amaryllis in the, 247.
boundless contiguity of, 418.
dancing in the chequered, 248.
freedoms hallowed, 459.
gentlemen of the, 82.
Great Pompeys, 298.
half in sun half in, 523.
hunter and the deer a, 443, 451.|