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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Sunset’s turquoise marge, 850.
Sunshine and in shade, in, 653.
aye shall light the sky, 718.
broken in the rill, 526.
dreaming upon Salmon’s height, 757.
follows the rain, 728.
in one eternal, 571.
in the shady place, 27.
is a glorious birth, the, 477.
makes ’em all sweet-scented, 737.
of the breast, 381.
of thine eyes, 832.
settles on its head, eternal, 397.
the soul’s calm, 319.
time asleep in afternoon, 776.
to the sunless land, 486.
Sunshine’s divine caress, 848.
Supercilious, my sanctum, 595.
Superfluities, happiness lies in, 924.
Superfluity comes sooner by white hairs, 60.
that questionable, smallbeer, 612.
Superfluous lags the veteran, 365.
the, very necessary thing, 987.
Superior, soul walk free and own no, 744.
Superiority of educated men, 948.
Superstition, main pillars of priest-craft and, 634.
Superstitions, new truths end as, 762.
Supinely stay, fools, 444.
Supped full with horrors, 125.
Supper, man made after, 90.
nourishment called, 54.
proper time for, 949.
what say you to such a, 561.
Suppliance of a minute, 129.
Supply, last and best, 322.
on promise of, 88.
Support of the state governments, 435.
what is low, raise and, 223.
Supposes that, if the law, 702.
Sups and goes to bed, 263.
Surcease, success with his, 118.
Sure and certain hope, 1043.
and firm-set earth, 119.
as a gun, 277, 972.
card he’s a, 277.
he’s a talented man, 609.
make assurance double, 123.
of, what a man has he is, 977.
Sure-enwinding arms of cool-enfolding death, 744.
Surely God endures forever, 738.
’t is better when summer, 588.
you’ll grow double, 466.
Surer to prosper, 226.
Surest road to national downfall, 693.
Surety for a stranger, 1017.
Surface flow, straws upon the, 275.
look beneath the, 939.
Surfeit out of action, 102.
reigns, no crude, 245.
with too much, 60.
Surfeiting the appetite may sicken, 74.
Surge may sweep, where’er the, 542.
port beyond the, 802.
Surge, whose liquid, resolves, 109.
Surges lash the sounding shore, 324.
Surgeons keep their instruments, as, 936.
Surgery, honour no skill in, 87.
hurt past all, 152.
Surging sea outweighs, the, 618.
Surpass, nothing earthly could, 550.
Surpasses or subdues, 543.
Surpassed, man shall be, 997.
Surpassing beauty, 888.
Surprise, eyes radiant with glad, 788.
our hearts in glad, 646.
that testified, 273.
Surprises, millions of, 205.
Surprising, it’s not at all, 720.
Surrender it voluntarily, not to, 586.
unconditional, 752.
Surrenders, dies but never, 1002.
Survey, monarch of all I, 416.
our empire, 550.
Survival of the fittest, 663, 773.
Survive or perish, live or die, 530.
Suspect, ornament of beauty is, 162.
teaches them, 62.
Suspects yet strongly loves, 153.
Suspended oar, drip of the, 543.
Suspicion, Cæsar’s wife above 913.
haunts the guilty mind, 95.
sleeps at wisdom’s gate, 231.
Sustain, earth joys for ever to, 788.
Swain, dull, treads on it daily, 245.
frugal, 392.
remote from cities lived a, 348.
Swaller we might our principles, 735.
Swallow a camel, 1032.
and blow at the same moment, 701.
by flying, as the, 1020.
one, maketh not summer, 17.
that come before the, 77.
Swallow’s wings, flies with, 97.
Swallowed a ramrod, 930.
Swallow-flights of song, 675.
Swam before my sight, 333.
in a gondola, 71.
Swamps, Oswego spreads her, 395.
Swan and shadow, float double, 474.
cygnet to the pale faint, 80.
double beauty whenever a, 592.
Jupiter in the form of a, 32.
Mantuan, ages ere the, 414.
of Avon, sweet, 179.
on still St. Mary’s lake, 474.
spreads his snowy sail, the, 580.
to act the part of a, 929.
Swans are geese, all our, 188.
geese are, and swans are geese, 754.
seem whiter when by crows, 967.
Swan-like end fading in music, 63.
let me sing and die, 558.
Swap horses, not best to, 661.
Swarm, not good for the bee not for the, 940.
Swashing and martial outside, 66.
blow, remember thy, 104.
Sway, above this sceptred, 64.
give solely sovereign, 117.
gold hath, we all obey, 652.
 

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