|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Well, live, what thou livest, 240.
not so deep as a, 107.
not wisely but too, 156.
of English undefyled, 28.
of love, a, 586.
of true wit, 772.
oft we mar whats, 146.
paid that is well satisfied, 65.
read, exceedingly, 86.
said again, 98.
shaken, when taken to be, 454.
still forever fare thee, 552.
stricken in age, 1005.
that all is ordered, 715.
they know not, the subtle, 617.
to be honest and true, 875.
to be merry and wise, 875.
to be off with the old love, 875.
to know her own, 238.
to lie fallow for a while, 696.
what will come will come, 783.
worth doing, 352.|
|Wells, buckets into empty, 419.
from the bells, musically, 655.|
|Well-a-day, ah, the sweetest melody, 605.|
|Well-attired woodbine, 248.|
|Well-beloved, Hermes unsuspected dying, 742.
souls, noble and, 804.|
|Well-born boys, necessary for, 946.|
|Well-bred man, sensible and, 415.
whisper close the scene, 419.|
|Well-conducted person, like a, 697.|
|Well-established precedent, 840.|
|Well-experienced archer, 161.|
|Well-favoured man, to be a, 51.|
|Well-graced actor, after a, 82.|
|Wellington minister of immortal fame, 627.|
|Well-languaged Daniel, 201.|
|Well-ordered mind, 937.|
|Well-spring bubbling, 772.
of pleasure, 695.|
|Well-taught mind, 343.|
|Well-timed silence hath more eloquence, 696.|
|Well-trod stage, then to the, 249.|
|Weltering in his blood, 271.|
|Wenchs black eye, white, 106.|
|Went a gallant band, we, 662.
an took, 853.
on cutting bread and butter, 697.
to making pies, and, 758.
to pieces all at once, it, 691.
to sea in a beautiful pea-green, 703.
to sea in a sieve, they, 702, 703.|
|Wept and died, the clouds have, 817.
away in transient tears, 662.
Cæsar hath, 113.
each others tears, 637.
oer his wounds, 396.
we grieved we sighed we, 262.
with delight at your smile, 747.|
|Were, illusion that times that, 698.|
|Werken wel and hastily, 3.|
|Werkman, ther n is no, 3.|
|Werling, young mans, 19.|
|Wert thou all that I wish, 522.
thou more fickle, 791.|
|Werther had a love for Charlotte, 697.|
|West, blue eyes sought the, 487.
moved so sweetly to the, 579.
no South no North no East no, 517.
North South East and, 798.
topples round the dreary, 674.
wind blow, I have heard the, 837.|
|Western bars, behind the, 823.
dome, him of the, 268.
flower, a little, 58.
sky in the night, drooped in, 744.
star, lovers love the, 487.|
|Westminster Abbey or victory, 446.
we thrive at, 334, 986.|
|Westward the course of empire, 312.
the star of empire, 312.|
|West-wind purr contented, 737.|
|Wet by the dew, 830.
guess what I should perform in the, 973.
sheet and flowing sea, 537.
with unseen tears, 497.|
|Wether, tainted, of the flock, 64.|
|Wethers, return to our, 957.|
|Whale, bobbed for, 217.
throw a tub to the, 291.
very like a, 139.|
|Wharf, fat weed on Lethe, 131.|
|What a fall was there, 114.
a falling-off was there, 132.
a monstrous tail our cat has, 285.
a piece of work is a man, 134.
a taking was he in, 46.
a waist for an arm, 751.
a world of happiness their, 655.
an arm what a waist, 751.
and where they be, 677.
are the wild waves saying, 715.
are these so withered, 116.
boots it at one gate, 242.
can an old man do but die, 592.
can ennoble sots, 319.
care I how chaste she be, 26.
care I how fair she be, 26.
constitutes a State, 438.
dire effects from civil discord, 299.
do you read my lord, 133.
God hath joined together, 1032.
has been has been, 274.
has posterity done for us, 439.
he has he gives, 102.
he knew whats, 8, 210, 972.
if men take to following, 788.
if some unshamed iconoclast, 788.
in other mouths was rough, 732.
is a lie, after all, 560.
is a man profited, 1032.
is and what must be, 231.
is done is done, 121.
is done we may compute, 448.
is fair, seeing only, 617.
is fame, 494.
is gone and whats past help, 77.
is Hecuba to him, 134.|