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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Guest
 
  A pretty woman is a welcome guest.
Byron.    
  1
                        Unbidden guests
Are often welcomest when they are gone.
Shakespeare.    
  2
        Here’s our chief guest.
If he had been forgotten,
It had been as a gap in our great feast.
Shakespeare.    
  3
        For I, who holds sage Homer’s rule the best,
Welcome the coming, speed the going guest.
Pope.    
  4
                See, your guests approach:
Address yourself to entertain them sprightly,
And let’s be red with mirth.
Shakespeare.    
  5
  Some steam process should be invented for arranging guests when they are above five hundred.
Beaconsfield.    
  6
  The first day a man is a guest, the second a burden, the third a pest.
Laboulaye.    
  7
        You must come home with me and be my guest;
You will give joy to me, and I will do
All that is in my power to honor you.
Shelley.    
  8
        For whom he means to make an often guest,
One dish shall serve; and welcome make the rest.
Joseph Hall.    
  9
 
 
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