|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Subject of all verse, 179.
of my story, honour is the, 110.
such duty as the, owes, 73.
to every doubt that can retard, 622.
unlike my, shall be my song, 353.
we know a, 372.|
|Subjects, mankind are my, 660.
wise, were their, 421.|
|Subjects duty is the kings, 92.
soul is his own, 92.|
|Subjection, implied, 232.|
|Sublime a thing to suffer, 639.
and the ridiculous, 431.
dashed to pieces, the, 505.
fair large front and eye, 232.
in his simplicity, 671.
make our lives, 639.
object all, 802.
Schiller has the material, 505.
|Sublimely bad, fustian is, 327.|
|Submission, yielded with coy, 232.|
|Subsequent proceedings, 813.|
|Subserved whatever occurs, liberty be, 744.|
|Substance might be called, 228.
of his greatness, 198.
of ten thousand soldiers, 97.
of things hoped for, 1040.
true, proves the, 324.|
|Substantial honours, in more, 406.
smile, one vast, 702.
world, books are a, 477.|
|Subtle master under heaven, no more, 681.
ways I keep and pass, 617.|
|Subtlety of intellect, 812.|
|Suburb of the life elysian, 642.|
|Succeeding, no son of mine, 121.|
|Success, as a singist I am not a, 787.
heaven is to give, 338.
in practice, 816.
in smallest matter, 942.
is mans god, 881.
men judged by their, 981.
not in mortals to command, 297.
nothing succeeds like, 1050.
of any great moral enterprise, 634.
secret of, is constancy, 625.
seemed born for, 616.
self-trust first secret of, 621.
things ill got had ever bad, 95.
which includes all others, 627.
wisdom from failure more than, 721.
with his surcease, 118.|
|Successful experiment, full tide of, 435.
|Successive rise and fall, 338.
title long and dark, 268.|
|Successors gone before him, 44.|
|Succour dawns from heaven, 492.
us that succour want, 28.|
|Such a logical way, built in, 691.
a questionable shape, 130.
a tide as moving, but, 685.
and so various, 391.
apt and gracious words, 55.|
|Such as sleep o nights, 111.
as words could never utter, 697.
fine mould that if, of, 684.
has, longing to be mated, 750.
knowing thee for, 791.
master such man, 20.
mistress such Nan, 21.
songs as she heard in dreams, 636.
things to be, 675.|
|Suck forth my soul, 41.
my last breath, 333.|
|Sucks, where the bee, 43.|
|Suckets, many mellow cydonian, 635.|
|Sucking dove, gently as any, 57.|
|Suckle fools and chronicle small beer, 151.|
|Suckled in a creed outworn, 476.|
|Sucklings, babes and, 1010.|
|Sudden a thought came, 575.
and quick in quarrel, 69.
commendations, good at, 101.
odour reeled, night with, 686.
thought, some, 810.
thought strikes me, 462.|
|Suddenly there came a tapping, 655.|
|Suffer a sea change, 42.
and be strong, 639.
for a high cause to, 746.
hell I, seems a heaven, 231.
hope of all who, 649.
lot of man to, 342.
nobler in the mind to, 135.
one bright hour to waste, nor, 696.
the sea and the rains, 818.
those who inflict must, 566.
wet damnation, 34.
who breathes must, 289.|
|Suffers the soul profits by what the body, 772.|
|Sufferance, corporal, 48.
is the badge of all our tribe, 61.|
|Suffered much, he who has, 346.|
|Sufferer, best of men was a, 182.|
|Suffering ended with the day, her, 694.
sad humanity, 640.
tears to human, dull, 482.
they learn in, 566.
to be weak is miserable doing or, 223.|
|Sufferings, knowledge by, entereth, 657.
poets grow by their, 216.
to each his, 381.|
|Suffice, could not one, 306.|
|Sufficiency, an elegant, 358.
to be so moral, no mans, 53.|
|Sufficient to have stood, 230.
understand me that he is, 61.
unto the day, 1030.|
|Suffusion from that light, 502.|
|Sugar oer the devil himself, 135.
oil vinegar saltness and, 399.|
|Suggestions, butterfly, 849.|
|Suicide is confession, 533.
no refuge from confession but, 533.|
|Suing long to bide, hell it is in, 29.|
|Suit lightly won, 489.|