|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Fears, our hopes belied our, 591.
present, less than imaginings, 116.
prosperity is not without many, 164.|
|Feared it is just as I, 703.
the shadows that I, so long, 748.
to run away, has fought because he, 847.|
|Feareth Lord to doubt, man that, 760.|
|Fearful adversaries, souls of, 95.
goodness is never, 49.
joy, snatch a, 381.
odds, facing, 604.
summons, upon a, 126.
trip is done, my captain our, 744.
unbelief, alas the, 584.|
|Fearfully and wonderfully made, 1016.|
|Fearing, long I stood there wondering, 656.
to attempt, 47.|
|Fearless host no slave, a, 580.|
|Fearlessly face it, 780.|
|Feast, as you were going to a, 178.
beginning of a, 87.
chief nourisher in lifes, 120.
enough is good as a, 20, 38, 363.
imagination of a, 81.
invite your friend to a, 880.
merry, great welcome makes a, 50.
merry heart hath a continual, 1018.
of Crispian, is called the, 92.
of fat things, 1026.
of languages, have been at a, 56.
of nectared sweets, 245.
of reason and flow of soul, 328.
sat at any good mans, 68.|
|Feasts, wedlock compared to public, 176.|
|Feasteth while honest labor, pauperism, 696.|
|Feasting, house of, 1022.
presence, full of light, 109.|
|Feather, a wits a, chief a rod, 319.
bed betwixt a wall, 211.
birds of a, 191.
care as light as a, 844.
drown a fly or waft a, 306.
from an angels wing, 484.
her winged spirit is, 36.
is wafted downward, 641.
of his own, espied a, 219.
on the fatal dart, his own, 539.
that adorns the royal bird, 875.|
|Feathers, see their own, plucked, 518.
she plumes her, 244.
two-legged animal without, 949.|
|Feathered foot, youth now flees on, 829.
Mercury, rise like, 86.
my nest, 957.|
|Feats of broil and battle, 150.|
|Feature, cheated of, 95.
one, quite distinguished him, 818.
outward form and, 503.
so scented the grim, 239.
weeds of glorious, 30.|
|Features deathless fame, to give her, 763.|
|Features, homely, 246.
of men, differences in, 904.
of my fathers face, 552.|
|February days, late, 790.|
|Fed of the dainties, bred in a book, 55.
on poetry, as one who, 631.
show lowly taught and highly, 73.|
|Federal union must be preserved, our, 458.|
|Fee, set my life at a pins, 131.
the doctor, than, 270.|
|Fees, contentions and, flowing, 253.|
|Feeble, if virtue, were, 246.
most forcible, 89.
temper, man of such, 110.
wrong because of weakness, 659.|
|Feed fat the ancient grudge, 61.
he that doth the ravens, 67.
just to drive a flock to, 611.
me with a shepherds care, 300.
my revenge if nothing else, 63.
on floures and weeds, 30.
on hope, to, 29.
on prayers, 25.|
|Feeds and breeds by a composture, 109.
himself his neighbor and me, 734.
on what strange stuff ambition, 724.|
|Feeder, blasphemes his, 246.|
|Feeding everywhere, wild moor-sheep, 725.|
|Feel and to possess, 541.
anothers woe, teach me to, 334.
it most, those who, 566.
like one who treads alone, 523.
mine to, amid the citys jar, 753.
no comfortable, in any, 595.
no time to, 606.
that I am happier than I know, 237.
the sun, can not, 717.
those who would make us, 412.
to be, what did it, 841.
to feel what wretches, 147.
to hear to see to, 541.
which they themselves not, 53.
your honour grip, 448.|
|Feels a thousand deaths, 308.
and never reasons, heroism, 621.
at each thread, 316.
meanest thing that, 472.
the noblest acts the best, 721.
the wanton stings, 47.|
|Feeling deeper than thought, 715.
eye where, plays, 486.
hearts touch them but rightly, 455.
high mountains are a, 543.
is quick and transient, 709.
of his business, 143.
of sadness and longing, 641.
petrifies the, 448.
plays, an eye where, 486.
sensible to, as to sight, 119.
to the worse, gives greater, 81.|
|Feelings, great, came to them, 664.
kindred with the skies, diviner, 607.
to mortals given, some, 491.
unemployed, waste of, 549.|
|Feet, a babys, 807.
are heavy, my, 839.|