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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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World she followed him, through all the, 670.
shot heard round the, 615.
sink, let the, 205.
slide, let the, 9, 72, 198.
slumbering, o’er a, 306.
smooth its way through the, 353.
snug farm of the, 507.
so fair, God hath made this, 497.
so runs the, away, 138.
solitary monk who shook the, 635.
soul of this, 928.
spin forever, let the great, 669.
spring in the, 846.
stand up and say to all the, 115.
start of the majestic, 110.
statue that enchants the, 356.
steal from the, 334.
still needs its champion, 786.
stood against the, 113.
sweetest flowers in all the, 807.
syllables govern the, 196.
ten hours to the, 438.
that few is all the, 39.
that nourish all the, 56.
that the, had never been, 759.
the, blooms with statues, 792.
the burden of the, 833.
the fever of the, 467.
the flesh and the devil, 1042.
the, is full of a number of things, 829.
the, is lovely, 816.
the, laughs with you, 835.
the lie, give the, 25.
the moon, as yon dead, 683.
the rolling, 775.
the whole, kin, 102.
the whole wide, 821.
there is not in the wide, 520.
this great roundabout, 424.
this gross hard-seeming, 682.
this is my, 776.
this little, 81.
this pendent, 230.
this unintelligible, 467.
thou art the whole wide, 821.
three corners of the, 80.
tired of wandering o’er the, 606.
to curtain her sleeping, 568.
to darkness, leaves the, 384.
to do, with nothing in the, 611.
to give the, assurance, 140.
to hide virtues in, 74.
to live in, very good, 279.
to open for the, 725.
to peep at such a, 420.
to see, a, 33.
too glad and free, 622.
too much respect upon the, 59.
too noble for the, 103.
too wide for his shrunk shank, 69.
truth throughout the, 483.
two nations bear, the, 263.
uncertain comes and goes, 618.
unheard by the, 524.
unknown, into a, 646.
up stairs into the, I came, 294.
World, upon the rack of this tough, 149.
uses of this, all the, 128.
vanity of this wicked, 1042.
virtue passes current over the, 885.
visitations daze the, 606.
wag, let the, 11.
wags, how the, 68.
was all before them, 240.
was guilty of a ballad, 54.
was heard the, around, 251.
was not to seek me, 374.
was not worthy, of whom the, 1040.
was sad till woman smiled, 513.
was worthy such men, 657.
we do not see, a, 700.
were young, if all the, 25.
what a dark, 848.
what I may appear to the, 278.
what’s up, in our windy, 684.
when all the, dissolves, 41.
where is any author in the, 55.
where nothing is had for nothing, 727.
who lost Mark Antony the, 280.
who would inhabit alone this bleak, 521.
whole new democratic, 584.
wide enough for thee and me, 378.
will come round to him, 617.
will disagree in faith and hope, 318.
will not believe a man, 678.
witch the, with noble horsemanship, 86.
with all its motley rout, 424.
with starry dome, 841.
with terror, fills the, 645.
without a sun, 513.
work of the, 846.
working-day, full of briers, 66.
worship of the, but no repose, 565.
worst, that ever was known, 279.
worst way to improve the, 721.
worth the winning, 272.
would grow mouldy, or the, 684.
Worlds, allured to brighter, 396.
best of all possible, 987.
exhausted, imagined new, 366.
in the yet unformed occident, 39.
not realized, in, 478.
should conquer twenty, 181.
so many, so much to do, 675.
two, in which we dwell, 763.
wandering between two, 753.
whose course is equable, 482.
wrecks of matter and crush of, 299.
World’s altar-stairs, 675.
as ugly as sin, the, 751.
course will not fail, 757.
creation, most ancient since the, 169.
delight, 776.
dread laugh, 356.
great age begins anew, 566.
great men, the, 692.
law, nor the, 108.
new fashion planted, 54.
Shakespeare is not our poet but the, 511.
 

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