|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Lives no greater leader, there, 679.
of great men all remind us, 639.
of men likened to wandering winds, 776.
other heights in other, 706.
pleasant in their, 1007.
sublime, make our, 639.
that no man, forever, 806.
to build not boast, he, 354.
to leaven lowly, 797.
two, that once part are as ships, 631.
we have two, about us, 763.|
|Lived and loved, Ive, 504.
and loved together, we have, 637.
I have, banished from my, 742.
in abundance, poorest, 642.
in Settles numbers, 331.
in the eye of nature, 468.
in the tide of times, 113.
she at its close, yet, 758.
the yonghy-bonghy-bo, 703.
to-day, I have, 273.
unknown, she, 469.
with no other thought, maiden, 655.|
|Livelier iris, 668.
plaything, some, 318.|
|Live-long day, 110.|
|Lively sense of future favours, 304.
to severe, grave to gay, 320.|
|Liveried angels, a thousand, 245.|
|Livers in content, with humble, 98.|
|Livery of heaven, stole the, 598.
of hell, the cunning, 48.
shadowed, of the burnished sun, 62.
twilight gray in her sober, 233.|
|Living, art of, 940.
as though no God there were, 703.
dead man, 50.
dog better than dead lion, 1023.
fires, wake in our breast the, 689.
from too much love of, 806.
high hopes of, 254.
house appointed for all, 1009.
hues of art, with the, 683.
land of the, 1009.
life for the, 786.
makes up the sum of, 763.
might exceed the dead, the, 219.
mother of all, 1004.
need charity, 786.
plain, and high thinking, 472.
poems, for ye are, 647.
we fret dying we live, 713.
will it not live with the, 87.
with thee nor without thee, no, 300.
working still, God is, 717.|
|Llewellyns lay, 383.|
|Lo all things can be borne, 783.
as the wind is, 783.
the poor Indian, 315.|
|Load a falling man, a cruelty to, 101.
ass will not carry his, 978.
life thou art a galling, 448.
of infamy, any, 462.
of sorrow, wring under the, 53.
would sink a navy, a, 99.|
|Loads of learned lumber, 325.|
|Loaf, half a, is better than no bread, 15.
to steal a shive of a cut, 104.|
|Loafe and invite my soul, I, 742.|
|Loafing around the throne, 811.|
|Loan oft loses itself and friend, 130.|
|Loathe the taste of sweetness, 86.|
|Loathed wordly life, 49.|
|Loaves, half-penny, 94.|
|Lobby, hear a lion in the, 352.|
|Lobster boild, like a, 213.|
|Local habitation and a name, 59.
thing called Christianity, 816.|
|Lochaber, farewell to, 859.|
|Lochow, far cry to, 1049.|
|Lock, cryin at the, 695.
such rascal counters, 114.|
|Locks, familiar with his hoary, 598.
had they to their doors, 642.
in the golden story, 104.
knotted and combined, 131.
left you are gray, the few, 506.
never shake thy gory, 122.
nor doors nor, 538.
pluck up drowned honour by the, 84.
so aptly twined, 191.
time his golden, 24.
were like the raven, 449.
whoever knocks open, 123.
ye auburn, 689.|
|Locked lettered collar, 447.
up from mortal eye, 258.
up in steel, naked though, 94.|
|Locusts, luscious as, 151.|
|Lodge a friend, house to, 289.
in a garden of cucumbers, 1024.
oh for a, 418.
thee by Chaucer, 179.
where thou lodgest I will, 1006.|
|Lodges, where care, 106.|
|Lodging, sleep in your cloak theres no, 750.|
|Lodgings in a head unfurnished, 210.|
|Lodging-place of wayfaring men, 1027.|
|Lodore, this way the water comes down at, 506.|
|Loftiness of thought, 270.|
|Lofty and sour, 101.
designs must close in like effects, 707.
rhyme, build the, 246.
scene, this our, 112.|
|Log, not a, but its memories has got, 825.
tough wedge for a tough, 898.|
|Logic and rhetoric, 168.
of science and, he chatters, 609.|
|Logical consequences are scarecrows, 762.
way, built in such a, 691.|
|Loin, the ungirt, 707.|
|Loins be girded, let your, 1034.|
|Loiter in pleasure or toilfully, 660.|
|Loiterers and malcontents, 55.|