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John Bartlett, comp. (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Concordance Index
 
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Enough, his words were simple words, 732.
I was thinking this globe, 745.
is equal to a feast, 363.
is good as a feast, 20, 38.
of dreams, 854.
one step, for me, 607.
that Raphael’s colors blent, 763.
to make a deacon swear, 737.
to trust that all, know, 715.
’t will serve, 107.
verge, for more, 277.
when he would dine, has, 719.
with over-measure, 103.
you know, 792.
Enrich not the heart of another, if it, 643.
Enriches not him and makes me poor, 153.
Ensample, this noble, 2.
Ensanguined hearts, 420.
Ense petit placidam, 264.
Ensign, beauty’s, crimson, 109.
imperial, high advanced, 224.
tear her tattered, down, 688.
Enskyed and sainted, a thing, 47.
Ensouled by ancient quietness, 855.
Entangling alliances, 435.
Enter into heaven, rich man to, 684.
not, although I, 696.
Enterprise, heroic, is gone, 410.
life-blood of our, 86.
Enterprises, impediments to, 165.
of great pith and moment, 136.
Entertain strangers, to, 1040.
Entertains the harmless day, 174.
Entertained angels unawares, 1040.
certain guests of state, 774.
Enthroned in the hearts of kings, 64.
Enthusiasm, nothing achieved without, 620.
Enthusiastic illusions of youth, 791.
Entice thee, if sinners, 1016.
Entire affection hateth, 27.
and holiest end of woman’s, 686.
and perfect chrysolite, 156.
Entity and quiddity, 210.
Entrails spin, spiders from their, 274.
Entrance to a quarrel, beware of, 130.
wisdom at one, 230.
Entrances and exits, have their, 69.
Entranced, touched his harp and nations heard, 597.
Entuned in hire nose, 1.
Envious people, disposition of, 948.
tongues, to silence, 100.
worm, bit with an, 104.
Envy hatred and malice, 1042.
of less happier lands, 81.
of the world, 408.
the vice of republics, 642.
time transported with, 406.
will merit pursue, 324.
withers at another’s joy, 355.
Epaminondas, witty saying of, 921.
Ephemeral is fame, 938.
Ephesian dome, fired the, 296.
Ephesians, Diana of the, 1035.
Ephesus, dame of, 295.
Ephraim, grapes of, 1006.
Epic’s stately rhyme, 649.
Epicure would say, the, 461.
Epicurean cooks, 157.
Epicurus’ sty, fattest hog in, 393, 892.
Epicycle, cycle, and, 237.
Epimenides, the sleep of, 945.
Epitaph, believe a woman or an, 539.
better a bad, 134.
no man write my, 863.
not remembered in thy, 87.
Epitaphs, derangement of, 440.
let’s talk of, 81.
Epitome, all mankind’s, 268.
Epocha in history of America, 429.
Epochs, actions are our, 554.
Equal, all men created, 434.
and exact justice, 435.
grace force fascination, with, 743.
to all things, 399.
Equality, men of culture apostles of, 755.
Equator, speak disrespectfully of the, 459.
they got as far as the, 800.
Equipage, conduct and, 285.
senseless, 438.
Equity is a roguish thing, 194.
is according to conscience, 194.
Equivocate, I will not, 633.
Equivocation of the fiend, 125.
will undo us, 143.
Era of good feeling, 1047.
Erant quibus appetentior famæ, 247.
Ercles’ vein this is, 57.
Ere I was old, 503.
sin could blight, 500.
the toil be done, 717.
they have blossomed for a few, 653.
Erebus, dark as, his affections are, 66.
Erect, unless above himself he can himself, 39.
Erected look, with, 269.
spirit, the least, 225.
Erection, we rate the cost of, 88.
Eremite, nature’s patient sleepless, 578.
Eremites and friars, 231.
Erin, a poor exile of, 515.
Err, art may, 272.
in opinion, human to, 928.
to, is human, 325.
Errand, sleveless, 12.
Erring reason’s spite, 316.
rod to check the, 475.
sister’s shame, 548.
spirit hies to his confine, 126.
thought, 809.
Erroneous, truth in things, 773.
Error, has no end, 704.
hosts of, 843.
hurled, in endless, 317.
is a hardy plant, 695.
lies in pride, our, 315.
love truth but pardon, 987.
of opinion may be tolerated, 434.
redeem the human mind from, 645.
 

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