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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Wingèd spirits, like, 831.
Wink and a sly normal lurch, with a, 723.
I have not slept one, 160.
they stretch and spread and, 807.
Winkie, wee Willie, 695.
Winking dam treacherous flatteries without, 730.
Mary-buds, 159.
Winners in this pastime, are, 680.
Winning, glory of the, 772.
wave, 201.
world worth the, 272.
Winsome wee thing, 450.
Winter comes to rule, 356.
has passed with its sad train, 786.
I get up at night in, 829.
in his bounty, no, 159.
in thy year, no, 438.
is past, for lo the, 1024.
lingering chills the lap of May, 394.
loves a dirge-like sound, 486.
my age is as a lusty, 67.
of our discontent, 95.
of the Spring, the, 650.
oh the long and dreary, 646.
perhaps the wind wails so in, 729.
ruler of the inverted year, 420.
slayer of the, 790.
weeds outworn, her, 566.
when the dismal rain, 775.
wind, blow blow thou, 70.
Winters more, ran he on ten, 276.
Winter’s day, man’s life like a, 263.
day, sunbeam in a, 358.
fury, withstood the, 859.
gray despair, 829.
head, crown old, 259.
woe, 790.
Wintry nights, through long long, 703.
world, in this, 524.
Wipe a bloody nose, 349.
my weeping eyes, 303.
Wiped away the weeds, 614.
our eyes of drops, 69.
with a little address, 416.
Wisdom, all men’s, 1053.
and love, whence descended, 767.
and wealth I both have got, 834.
and wit are born with a man, 195.
and wit are little seen, 312.
apply our hearts unto, 1014.
at one entrance, 230.
beyond the rules of physic, 167.
Columbus sails it, 620.
crieth without, 1016.
dwell, where love and, 715.
earth sounds my, 344.
finds a way, 444.
from another’s mishaps, 899.
Handel sings it, 620.
if God in his, have, 769.
in the scorn of consequence, 666.
is better than rubies, 1017.
is humble, 422.
is justified of her children, 1031.
is rare in youth and beauty, 343.
is the gray hair unto men, 1028.
Wisdom is the principal thing, 1017.
is the result of human, 375.
lingers but knowledge comes, 669.
Luther preaches it, 620.
man of years, the man of, 309.
married to immortal verse, 481.
mounts her zenith, 433.
nearer when we stoop, 479.
never lies, 342.
no, like frankness, 627.
no, won with weariness, 834.
not acquired by years, 886.
of mankind creeps slowly, 622.
of many, wit of one, 1053.
of our ancestors, 407.
overmatch for strength, 901.
passing all, or its fairest flower, 622.
Phidias carves it, 620.
point of, to be silent, 915.
pray for, 777.
price of, is above rubies, 1007.
Raphael paints, 620.
seems the part of, 420.
Shakespeare writes it, 620.
shall die with you, 1008.
short saying contains much, 883.
sits alone topmost in heaven, 723.
spirit of, 1025.
staple of all, 409.
the prime, 237.
therefore get, 1017.
through excess of, is made a fool, 620.
vain, all and false philosophy, 228.
wake, though, 231.
Washington arms it, 620.
Watt mechanizes it, 620.
we learn, from failure, 721.
will not enter, there, 606.
with each studious year, 544.
with mirth, who mixed, 399.
world is governed with little, 195.
Wren builds it, 620.
Wisdom’s aid, friend of pleasure, 390.
armory, 771.
gate, suspicion sleeps at, 231.
part, this is, 362.
school, saint in, 181.
self oft seeks solitude, 244.
Wise, a gentle priestess of the, 855.
a man before, never was so, 646.
above that which is written, 1037.
all that men held, 217.
amazed temperate and furious, 120.
among fools, to be, 907.
and beautiful seeds of godlike, 754.
and good, 804.
and masterly inactivity, 457.
and salutary neglect, 408.
as serpents, 1031.
as the frogs, 352.
be lowly, 237.
be not worldly, 203.
beacon of the, 102.
coffee makes the politician, 326.
consider her ways and be, 1017.
convey the, it call, 45.
defer not to be, 295.
 

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