|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Rat in a hole, like a poisoned, 292.|
|Rats and such small deer, 147.
leave a sinking ship, 905.|
|Rated me in the Rialto, 61.|
|Rathe primrose, bring the, 247.|
|Rather be a dog and bay the moon, 114.
than be less, 226.|
|Rational hind Costard, 54.|
|Rattle his bones over the stones, 599.
pleased with a, 318.
where mingles wars, 489.|
|Rattling around, down dashed, 358.
crags among, 544.
good history, 816.|
|Ravage all the clime, to, 428.
with impunity a rose, 703.|
|Rave recite and madden round, 326.|
|Ravelled sleave of care, 119.|
|Raven down of darkness, 244.
from the dim dominions, 613.
nevermore, quoth the, 656.
on yon left hand, 349, 887.
|Ravens feed, he that doth the, 67.|
|Raves, though the tempest, 819.|
|Ravin up thine own lifes means, 120.|
|Ravished ears, with, 271.
eyes, turn my, 299.
with the whistling of a name, 319.
younger hearings are, 55.|
|Ravishment, enchanting, 243.|
|Raw in fields, 273.|
|Ray, beautys heavenly, 549.
fancys meteor, 447.
hope emits a brighter, 399.
love sends his early, 611.
of light and joy canst throw, no, 731.
on ray split the shroud, 713.
serene, gem of purest, 385.
whose unclouded, 321.
with hospitable, 402.
with prophetic, 550.|
|Rays, hide your diminished, 322.
ten thousand dewy, 486.
young fancys, 447.|
|Rayless majesty, 306.|
|Raze out the written troubles, 125.|
|Razed from the book of honour, 161.|
|Razor, satire like a polished, 350.|
|Razors cried up and down, 432.|
|Razure of oblivion, 49.|
|Reach of art, beyond the, 323.
of ordinary men, above the, 470.
sky far out of, 743.
the small, the great cannot, 29.|
|Reaches of our souls, beyond the, 131.|
|Reached at a single bound, heaven not, 730.|
|Rèaching upward to the skies, 646.|
|Reaction, attack is the, 372.|
|Read and write comes by nature, 51.
as inclination leads, 371.
aught that ever I could, 57.
blockhead ignorantly, 325.
can rule, those who can not, 683.
exceedingly well, 86.
he that runs may, 422.
Homer once, 280.|
|Read in science, by preference the newest, 632.
in story old, 489.
like a book never, 181.
mark and inwardly digest, 1042.
my little fable, 672.
my title clear, 303.
never, book not a year old, 620.
old authors to, 171.
one unquestioned text we, 691.
slow, learn to, 265.
the perfect ways of honour, 101.
to doubt or read to scorn, 494.
what do you, 133.
what is twice, 369.
what to, say and eat, 603.
while we, history we make history, 758.
you like a book, 815.|
|Reads much, he, 111.|
|Reader reads no more, when the last, 689.
wait a century for a, 858.|
|Readers sleep, to give their, 331.|
|Readeth, he may run that, 1028.|
|Readiness is all, 145.|
|Reading as was never read, 332.
between the lines, 989.
easy writings curst hard, 443.
he that I am, has most force, 962.
maketh a full man, 168.
stuff the head with, 332.
what they never wrote, 419.|
|Reading-machine always wound up, 734.|
|Ready booted and spurred, 868.
ere I called her name, 288.
to try our fortunes, 90.
with all your thunderbolts, 114.
with every nod to tumble, 97.
writer, pen of a, 1012.|
|Real permanent grandeur of these states, 742.
Simon Pure, 859.
without the somber, 763.|
|Realist rhymester play your part, 683.|
|Realize our perfection, 836.|
|Really and truly Ive nothing to wear, 763.|
|Realm, fourth estate of the, 585, 603.
riding oer the azure, 383.
that mysterious, 572.
the sober, of leafless trees, 750.
this earth this, 81.
youth of the, 94.|
|Realms above, constancy lives in, 500.
obey, whom three, 326.
of gold, I have travelled in, 576.
of shade, the pale, 572.
of space, pathless, 800.
these are our, 550.
to see, whatever, 394.|
|Reap, as you sow ye are like to, 214.
our sowing and so good-bye, 789.
some shall, that never sow, 849.
the whirlwind, 1027.|
|Reaps from the hopes, 780.|
|Reaped, his chin new, 83.|