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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Wars, more pangs and fears than, 99.
no sound of clashing, 699.
noise of endless, 229.
of kites or crows, 255.
run red with other, 784.
thousand, of old, 676.
who does i’ the, 158.
War’s alarms, used to, 594.
glorious art, 311.
red techstone, 737.
Warble his native wood-notes, 249.
Warbled to the string, 250.
Warbler of poetic prose, 421.
Warblers roam, where idle, 523.
War-clubs, big words do not smite like, 645.
Ward has no heart they say, 456.
hast thou kept watch and, 749.
thou knowest my old, 84.
Warder of the brain, 119.
the, is despair, 836.
Ware, great bed at, 305.
War-horse waits, soldier wake thy, 623.
Warless men, who can fancy, 683.
war will die out late then, 683.
Warm and soft the day, how, 810.
as esctasy, 414.
heart within, 422.
lights are on the sleepy uplands, 613.
the air was, 792.
without heating, 312.
Warms in the sun, 316.
Warmed by the sun, 830.
our sires, holy faith that, 689.
Warmest welcome at an inn, 379.
Warmth, a little light, a little, 789.
dear as the vital, 280.
lack of kindly, 109.
no cheerfulness no healthful, 595.
of its July, 608.
soft ethereal, 228.
Warn comfort and command, 475.
Warning, at th’ expected, 447.
come without, 714.
for a thoughtless man, 481.
give little, 433.
take from others, 889.
wilderness of, 739.
Warp, weave the, 383.
Warrant, truth shall be thy, 25.
Warres and faithful loves, 27.
Warrior famoused for fight, 161.
intrepid and unselfish, 571.
taking his rest, like a, 563.
this was the truest, 726.
to a crust, eats the giant. 762.
Warriors feel, stern joy that, 419.
fierce fiery, 112.
Warsaw, order reigns in, 1001.
Wary, must be watchful and, 588.
Wash, dirty linen to, 986.
her guilt away, 403.
incessantly softly, soiled world, 744.
me in thy pure flood, 821.
me, where air might, 805.
Washed with morning dew, 491.
Washing ended with the day, her, 758.
his hands with invisible soap, 593.
Washington, America has furnished a, 530.
arms it, wisdom, 620.
is in the clear upper sky, 531.
name of, shall shed an eternal glory, 572.
never slopt over, G., 787.
Washington’s awful memory, 507.
Washingtonian dignity, the, 795.
Waste, affections run to, 546.
arguments where they will be lost, 634.
haste maketh, 9.
in the wide, is a tree, 552.
its sweetness on the desert air, 385.
long nights, 29.
nor suffer one bright hour to, 696.
not the remnant of thy life, 936.
ocean’s melancholy, 572.
of feelings unemployed, 549.
of hopes laid, 631.
of thought, thinking is idle, 517.
our elocution, 802.
the gifts of freedom, 798.
thyself upon thy virtues, 46.
Wastes and withers there, 836.
of the sea, 837.
the plain, when he, 807.
Wasted, affection never was, 643.
affection, talk not of, 643.
for tyrants, 525.
half my day, 779.
life, a tale of, 790.
passion, sad as a, 729.
some nine moons, 149.
Wasteful and ridiculous excess, 79.
Wasteth at noonday, 1014.
Wasting in despair, 199.
Watch a mouse, as a cat would, 293.
an idler is a, 415.
and ward, hast thou kept, 749.
authentic, is shown, 256.
call the rest of the, 52.
care keeps his, 106.
each believes his own, 323.
his life is a, 805.
in every old man’s eye, 106.
in the night, 1014.
no eye to, no tongue to wound, 522.
o’er man’s mortality, 473.
some must, while some sleep, 138.
stars set their, in the sky, 515.
that wants both hands, 415.
the hour, do but, 555.
to, and then to lose, 749.
whispers of each other’s, 91.
with more advised, 60.
your opportunity, 944.
Watches, dictionaries are like, 375.
judgments as our, 323.
Watched her breathing, 591.
the moonbeams quiver, 778.
Watch-dog’s honest bark, 556.
voice that bayed, 396.
Watcher of the skies, 576.
Watchful and wary, must be, 588.
eye, guard me with a, 300.
night, the, 508.
 

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