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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Delights to deck our girls for gay, 748.
to scorn, 247.
violent, have violent ends, 107.
Delightful measures, to, 95.
studies, still air of, 253.
task, 355.
ugly as sin almost as, 751.
Delirious riot of religion, 808.
Deliverance, day of, 429.
Delivers brawling judgments, ignorance, 679.
Dell, wandering down the shady, 596.
Delphian vales, the, 562.
Delphic oracle, sayings of the, 922.
Delphos, steep of, 251.
Deluge, after me the, 999.
showers, the rain a, 453.
Delusion a mockery and a snare, a, 527.
of youth, 626.
Delusive vain and hollow, 869.
Demagogue, men who can stand before a, 730.
Demands strong minds great hearts, time, 730.
Demd damp moist body, 701.
horrid grind, 701.
Demi-paradise, this other Eden, 81.
Demnition bow-wows, gone to the, 701.
Democracy, egg of, 740.
in your own house, 920.
is on trial in the world, 826.
thunder on stride on, 743.
whom, has degraded into politicians, 628.
Democratic world, whole new, 584.
Democratie, fierce, 241.
Democrats, the damned, 559.
Democritus would not weep, what, 484.
Demon that tempts us within, 746.
Demonstrate a providence, to, 929.
an emotion, 812.
Demosthenes and Phocion, 914.
and Pythias, 914.
chance to fall below, 459.
with pebbles in his mouth, 914.
Den, beard the lion in his, 490.
Denied, like a love, 847.
the faith, he hath, 1039.
who comes to be, 193.
Denizen, the world’s tired, 541.
Denmark, it may be so in, 132.
ne’er a villain in all, 132.
something is rotten in, 131.
Deny, heart would fain, 124.
which nobody can, 605.
Depart, come like shadows, so, 123.
loth to, 288.
the great business of life is to, 812.
upon thy endless cruise, 745.
Departed worth, relic of, 541.
Departing friend, tolling a, 88.
Departures of pleasure, 776.
Depend, great interests of the State, 579.
Deplore thee, we will not, 535.
Deploring, a damsel lay, 347.
Depravity of inanimate things, total, 809.
Depressed by poverty, 366.
with cares, 348.
Depth, far beyond my, 99.
in philosophy, 166.
in whose calm, 579.
of some divine despair, 672.
of the soul, gods approve the, 481.
of waters stilled at even, 769.
Depths and shoals of honour, 100.
chasms and watery, 504.
dark blue, 507.
of hell, guests are in the, 1017.
of life, piercing the, 542.
of the ocean, 862.
sinks into thy, 547.
Deputed sword, nor the, 47.
Derangement of epitaphs, 440.
Derby dilly with three insides, 464.
Derision, uglification and, 782.
Descant, amorous, 233.
Descended from above, 23.
Descending from the train, loveliness, 759.
never ending always, 506.
Descent and fall is adverse, 226.
claims of long, 667.
no record of his high, 763.
to Hades, 945.
Describe the undescribable, 545.
Descried, sail long leagues apart, 727.
Description, beggared all, 157.
Desdemona would incline, 150.
Desert air, sweetness on the, 385.
blossom as the rose, 1026.
fountain in the, 552.
in the wide, 591.
Mr. Micawber, I never will, 701.
of a thousand lines, 329.
of the mind, the leafless, 549.
of the sea, 1025.
or water but the, 546.
pathway, star that lights a, 683.
use every man after his, 134.
were my dwelling-place, 547.
where no life is found, 591.
wildernesses, 243.
Deserts, and they come by their, 698.
full of wild beasts, 908.
his, are small, 257.
idle and antres vast, 150.
Deserted at his utmost need, 271.
Deserve better of mankind, 290.
the lovely, the brave, 759.
we’ll do more we’ll, 297.
Deserving, honour without, 35.
Design, things difficult to, 368.
Designs close in like effects, 707.
getting up new, 796.
Desire and mystery, 769.
bloom of young, 382.
every man has business and, 132.
fierce, liveth not in, 488.
hope thou nurse of young, 427.
is a perpetual rack, 188.
kindle soft, 272.
lift from earth our low, 549.
 

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