|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Weak, concessions of the, 408.
fine by defect and delicately, 321.
minds led captive, 240.
overcome the strong, 882.
protest of the, 717.
the flesh is, 1033.
to be a sinner, too, 109.
to be, is miserable, 223.
women went astray, if, 287.|
|Weaker vessel, as unto the, 1041.|
|Weakest bodies, strongest works in, 141.
goes to the wall, 104.
kind of fruit, 64.|
|Weaknesses, amiable, 442.
feeble wrong because of, 659.
in fond caress, naught but, 730.
is not in your word, 754.
of intellect, 802.
prevailin, of public men, 787.
strength perfect in, 1038.
stronger by, 221.|
|Weakness, amiable, 430.
|Weal, prayer for others, 539.
the public, 963.|
|Wealth, a great souls, 775.
accumulates, where, 396.
and commerce, 726.
and freedom reign, 394.
bestowed on camps and courts, 645.
boundless his, 488.
by any means get, 329.
eer gave, all that, 384.
excess of, is cause of covetousness, 41.
excludes but one evil, 373.
genuine and less guilty, 257.
get place and, 329.
I ask not, 829.
ignorance of, his best riches, 396.
loss of, is loss of dirt, 8.
of Ormus and of Ind, 226.
of seas the spoils of war, 569.
of the Indies, 373.
piled up by the bondsmans, 661.
preferring to eternal praise, 341.
private credit is, 875.
rich from want of, 387.
shade that follows, 402.
that sinews bought, 418.
those that have, 588.
took a flight, 785.
virtue in exchange for, 922.
what is, 794.
wisdom and, I both have got, 834.|
|Wealthy and wise, healthy, 360.
curled darlings, 149.|
|Weans in their bed, are the, 695.|
|Weapon, satire s my, 328.
still as snowflakes, 538.
stronger, thoughts a, 718.|
|Weapons, womens water-drops, 146.|
|Wear a crown, sweet to, 94.
a face of joy, 471.
a golden sorrow, 98.
a lions hide, 79.
a noble face, hills of manhood, 664.|
|Wear, motleys the only, 68.
not much the worse for, 417.
out than rust out, better, 1045.
really and truly Ive nothing to, 763.
what to eat and drink and, 603.|
|Wears a hood, drink with him that, 22.
a snowy beard, tradition, 650.|
|Wearers of rings and chains, 511.|
|Wearied of statesmen whom democracy, 628.|
|Weariest river, the, 806.
worldly life, 49.|
|Weariness can snore, 160.
may toss him, 205.
no wisdom won with, 834.
not on your brow, 754.
of the flesh, 1024.
the endless pain, the, 648.|
|Wearing, worse for the, 16.|
|Wearisome condition, 35.|
|Weary and old with service, 99.
and worn, with fingers, 594.
be at rest, there the, 1008.
bones, come to lay his, 100.
eyes grown, of the garish day, 764.
hours, and joy for, 630.
hymn of, and broken in heart, 746.
I was, and ill at ease, 761.
leagues two loving hearts divide, 820.
of breath, one more unfortunate, 595.
of conjectures, I am, 299.
of mumbling Athanasian creeds, 788.
of toil and of tears, 783.
pondered weak and, 655.
stale flat and unprofitable, 128.
way, trudgin my, 825.
with disasters, 121.
year, many a, 766.|
|Weasel, it is like a, 139.|
|Weather, beautiful early summer, 599.
bless you with the sunniest, 609.
fair, out of the north, 1009.
is always doing something, 796.
many can brook the, 55.
one hundred and thirty-six kinds of, 797.
sad thoughts and sunny, 741.
t is always fair, 847.
through pleasant and cloudy, 433.
variety about the New England, 796.
will be fair for the sky is red, 1032.
wind or, nought cared for, 503.
without, little we fear, 697.|
|Weathercock on a steeple, 44.|
|Weathered every wrack, ship has, 744.
the storm, 464.|
|Weave no more silks ye Lyons looms, 748.
the warp, 383.|
|Weavers shuttle, swifter than a, 1008.|
|Weaving the web of days, 806.|
|Web from their own entrails spin, 274.
in middle of her, 175.|