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sweetness on the desert air.. 292 s. on every slight pretence..j 291 a tailor make a mano........ 320 Swell-it swells, st is of sound*. , 21 or having swcrn too* ........t 291 a tailor, sir...

.... 30 raptures swell the note......a 27 Sycamore-s's with cglatine...n 155 nor thy tailor, rascal*.......133 swells and rolls away........f 404 brim over from s blossoms..a 411 come, tailor, let us see 't*... 331 swell and are no more.......8 236 Syllable-s'n govern the world.n 226 tailor, call'st thou this.....132 nor swell too high...

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yelled out like syllable*. ...m 397 Taint-or any taint of vices....1210 of waters broadly s's. .k 306 last s, of recorded time*.....1429 never taint my lovet.

s's, the more it promisest... 366 tongues that s. men's names.b 430 Tako-which of them shall I t. 36 Swelling-s. like an orange. a 275 Sylvan-October ranged its s... 441

like that it takes away......6216 s. in anger or sparkling

a sylvan scene...

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take what Thou wilt away... 497 Swept-charms are s. away....h 270 Sylvia-by S. in the night*.... 6 246 you t. with unthankfulnesstr.) Swerve-s a hair's breadth..... 444 for Sylvia let me gain.

take all the rest the sun.... 25) Swerving-& most unnoblc s.*.b 360 Symbol-we trace a holier s.

take all the re t; but give... 4.15 Swift-s. in atoning for crror... j 49 all things are symbols

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should t. who have the power.s342 how s, their prisoned rays. a 145 doubly blessed symbol ..... 386 who seeks, and will not t...t 524 too swift arrives as tardy*., 2 247 Symbonic-s.of divine mysteries.2 296 Taken-all are not taken......... 63 lifo is short, and time is s..2 491 Symbolical-of women are s....p 482

when taken to be well xhaken. 19 nature's swift and se ret...n 373 Sympathetic-the s. tear .......) 413 an equal, taken from his side o fin hope is swift and flics wiib*.v 201 source of sympathetic tears.n 415 Tale-many a tale their........, 21 swift of foot misfortune is. .k 267 | Sympathize-with rago doth s...r 72

Christmas told the merrient 1.R 37 swift kindnesses are best...a 220 s. with those that weep.....a 414

I could a tale unfold........ 43 and Swift expires. .......... .t 232 Sympathizing-s. with my.....9 412

and every tale condemns... swift, and of a silken sound.p 423 Sympathy-in souls a s. with... 413 point a moral, or adorn a t..d 115 Swifter-s. than ligkizing..., 04.0 melts with social sympathy f 413 tales and informations*...... 103

bullets, wind, thought, 8.*.,d 370 craving for s, is the..... k 413 the tender t. which tlowers. . f 129 s. than arrow from the*....hh 498 much of sympathy below....413

the tale that I relate.........5 236 Swiftness-of matchless s...... d 83 a sympathy in choice*. 3 413 tales that to me were so dear.ku

outrun by violent swiftness*.c 44 sympathy is especially a....b 414 wondrous tale of love to tell.a 974 with unwearied s. move.....2 410 literary friendship is a s..

a tale once fully told........YI84 S., but of silent pace

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s's that tremble there..

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as a twice-told tale....... Swim-swim before my sight...r 244 it is the secret sympathy...n 245

pity at some mournful tale..a 121 sink or swim, live or die... a 330 in the want of sympathy.... 312 in every tale they tell....... 21 boys that s, on bladders*. ...a 317 hope and s. that men........ 345

tale which holdeth children. 60 wisely swim, or gladly sink.i 421 pity, by sweet sympathy..

for seldom shall she hear tu 192 Swine-fell into a groveling s...012 Symphonious-the sound s.

.r 282 honest tale speeds best*..., p19 in the grov'ling swine.......712 Symplony-the angelic s.... . 57 and thereby hangs a tale#...1234 Swing-gay flowers grow s.your o372 playing celestial s's.. 1 466 as a twice-told tale*......... 233 Sword-and sheath'd thcirs's*.,111 Synagogue-flock the s. of......m32

listen may, unto a tale......p 237 twenty of their swords* .....c110 Syrup-sweetened with syrups..e 99

breathe out the tender tale..p239 your swords are tempered*..(119 drowsy syrups of the world*.c 391 I say the tale as twas said...1300 I with sword will open*.....$ 484 System-s's exercise the mind. . i 266 a tale in everything... mightier than the sword....$ 299

atoms or systems into ruin..r 348 men suspect your t, untrus. 444 s. on starting threads upon..p 200

how plain a tale shall*...... 445 sword of heaven will bear*. .8 317

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...Z 3116 as a sword, and was not seen.8 446 Table-near a thousand t’s pined f68 a school boy's tale

.e 490) sword of flashing lilies......l 137 tables were stor'd full*.... n 89 Talent-talents angel-bright.....c10 bore at the point of the s... u 152 hath in the table of his law*.n 280 impartiality their talents...q 101 not with the two-edged s....6216 my tables, --meet it i.*.......C203 ruin of all the young talent..$ 101 have a s.. and it shall bite.. f 361 drink a measure thet. round n 264 nature is the master of t....0177 por the deputed sword*.....1263 the table is this place.......0293 knoweth much by natural t.: 177 come God's sword rather....v 266 grace at table is a suag......a 340 talents multiply our woes..se177 my s. glued to my scabbard.e 458 there is the head of the t !

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fools, let them use their t'en.d 470 the sword of Michael........0458 that best becomes the table*.0183 talent of our English nation. A 356 sword sit laurel victory*.

a tbree-legg'd t., O ye fates..n 301 his single t, well employd..f2.3 he who the s. of heaven*....h 217 Table cloth-great dea of t.c..... 99 has no talent at writing.....7 8., gown, gain, glory, offer..y 239 Tagus-T. dashing onwari to.. 2 364 pernicious talent..... ..4:2 spears and swords unblest..w 407 Tail-bird, whose t's a diadem..p 29 Talk-of to-morrow's covelips..141 it eats the s. It fights with*. .e 451 his tail takes in his mouth..m 123 talk's to me that never had with a naked sword......... 293 the eel of science by the tail., 209 who talks much must talk...963 dire s's unto the peaceful..aa 300 what is my tail cut off.......a 124 he talks right glibly famous by my sword.......a 495 my thill-horse has on his t.*.d 322 talk of murders*.. ......... 459 sword of heaven will bear* .q 197 Tailor-t., and the cook forsake.p 77 talk to 11s in silence*........W 414 take away the sword........ v 299 tailors' lays be longer.......8319 talk with civet in the room.w314 sword, hold thy temper*... li 498 great is the tailor............t319 burthen, when it t's too long, 471 his sword did ne'er leave*..b 461

new creation of my tailor's..u 319 and witty to talk with Swordsmen-prove sinewy s*..g 312 commending a tayler for....a 320 talk but a tinkling cymbal, .A 394 Swore-my soul's belov'd s.... ) 221 tailors had their businesse..a 320 not much talk-a great..... 382

that ever swore her faith*...1305 hath your tailor made you..c 320 t. only to conceal their mind.: 400 Sworn-God hath s. to lift on.. a 203 god-tailor and god-mercer...d 320 in after-dinner talk.....

I'll be sworn thou art*.......c178 unpay'd t.snatch'd away....e 320 more than echoes talk........10 may, in the sworn twelve*. .9218 a score or two of tailors*.... talk of graves, of worms ....A 104

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and ye talk together still....i 137 with a little more taste....1 496 daisy! again I talk to thee...i 139 his taste is refined..........6 354 it needs no talk.... ...Z 241 conversion so sweetly t's*..k 385 'tis greatly wise to talk.....k 379 t. of death upon my lips...r 444 in Eastern lands they talk...8 129 alone their taste confine...... 471 who talks too much.........9 414 to man's dainty taste. ......7 472 talks much must talk in....h 414 eager to t. the honied spring.u 486 gods, how he will talk..... ...j 414 Tasted-cursorily to be tasted of f 38 loves to hear himself talk* .1 414 some books are to be tasted.t 352 chance to t. a little while*...N 414 Tasting-t. strong of guilt.....b 217 talk him out of patience*...r 414 Taught-who first to mortals t...n 32 let it serve for table talk*....+ 414

taught us how to live........d 86 I never spent an hour's t*...j 264 taught us how to die ........d 86 Talked-that least t. about....h 224 in friendship I was early t..k 172 he talked like other folks.. ...168 never can be taught...

........./177 t. with looks profound.... . i 414 words are t. you from her..m 473 will what others talked of ...m 52 folly's all they've t, me...... we talked-oh, how wet.....1239

say, I taught thee*. talked the aight away.......n311 Taunt-becomes it theo to t.*...6 65 Talkers-t's are no doers. .... u414 Tavern-has not been at a t... p 303

low-breathed talkers........e 387 Tax-therein tax any private* .g 347 Talking-listening than by t...k 102 Taxed-t. for a corner to die in..j 60

t, is not always to converse . f 414 but never t. for speech*....m 383

I profess not talking*. ......0414 Tea-teal thou soft, thou sober.k: 320 Talons-falcon's piercing t’s*...c 74 | take, and sometimes tea.....1320 Tali-were I so tall to reach. ...) 266 | tea does our fancy aid......m 320

hero should be always tall... f 196 | Teach-teach him how to live.. 56 Tam-Tamn maun ride......... 423 experience teaches slowly...n 107 Tamer-thon t. of the human....c4

he teaches best...

.........9 108 Tangled-richly t. overhead

teach us to be strong........k 141 fire-flies t. in a silver braid..u 403 the foolish ofttimes t. the...f 195 Taper-answer ye, evening t's..6336 teach thee soon the truth...m 271

about the taper here*...... 1 287 what they teach in song..... i 337
thee their light, like tapers. m 402 immortality alone could t...t 207
to us but sad, funeral tapers.q 193 t. me to feel another's woe.. m 228
moths around a taper....... 401 O ye! who teach........
like the gleaming t's light..w 200 to teach the young idea .....2304
life's taper at the close... ...n 359

t. me my days to number...W 470 eyes, like two funeral t's.... 450

t. twenty what were good*. Tapistry-rafters, than in t. hall.d 73

teach me how to name*. i 297 Tar-cheers the tar's labour....9 320 who should t. men to die..... 299 Tara-once through T's halls.. u 282

without sneering, t. the rest.b 343 Tardily-resolves more t. and..q 360 t. him how to tell my story*. r 479 Tardy-too swift arrives as t*..2 247 | Teacher-nature be your t...... 33 Tarried-have I not tarried*...n 302

teachers of wisdom ........ 40 Tartar-bow that guards the T.. i 276

daily t's had been the woods.i 108 than arrow from the T's*..hh 498

the teachers of our law......d 224 Task-fulfilleth the t. which....d 92

the tercher in her thought..k 304 with the boon a t. is given...n 98 Teaching-iist to nature's t's...i 285 a task performed by few....6 251

no teaching nail the pupil.a 304 now myt, is smoothly done.m 225

there is a teaching.....

........ a 304 tasks make large returns ...d 228 Team-heavenly harness dt. *b 410 tasks of love to stay.........C 244 Tear-mine own tears do scald*..c5 had a roughert, in hand*... 246

weary of toil and of tears.... .g 5 with weary task foredone* 8 225

my darkness and tears........k 6 whose sore task*.

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cannot stop their tears, ..... 54 task when many share......h 195 drying up a single tear...... 63 nor mean the task

...t314 cheeks with art:ficial tears* k 88 every loyal lover t's his wit..e 450 kiss'd again with tears....... 68 his task marked ont........ 324 the homage of a tear.... delightful task! to rear......1304 thy booteless teares.. for tasks well ended ere.....q 275 dewdrops, nature's tears.....k 93 hasten to her t. of beauty...a 373 tears which stars weep.......193 thy daily tasks to do. .......e 277 tears of mournfui eve... m 93 gentle means and easy t's*k 178 tears no bitterness..........112 in time-long task of toil

often lie too deep for tears...e 132 Taste-a taste for books ........g 38 ilk cowslip cup shall kep a t.p 137

the bad taste of the smoker..t 182 wet with tears of the first...d 137 t. of sweets is sweetest last* .0411 she wept tear after tear. ....r 125 a taste of heaven below......0 250 where fall the tears of love..e 126 never t. who always drink..h 496 bright with friendship's t's.e 126

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fill their cups with tears....k 132
with happy tears of dew.....s 138
betwixt a smile and a tear... 252
cleansing them from tears*. a 255
most unrighteous tears*.... 257
and gave me up to tears*...h 279
'tis the tear that fell......... 339
his language in his tears*...0226
eyes are full of tears........a 160
the morn her earliest tears. .r 184
on his grave rains many at*.d 185
worse than tears drown*....6 187
glazed with blinding tears*.d 187
tlattered to t's this aged man.y 281
there are eloquent tears ...a 282
still ushered with a tear.... $ 284
a night of tears

m 288 wronged orphan's tears.....e 458 a man without a tear......aa 403 tears, which trickle salt.....r 412 to misery (all ho had) a tear, i 413 smile, the sympathetic tear. j 413 a tear for pity, and a hand* .y 413 tears, feeling's bright.

......a 415 tears of joy, like summer...b 415 not a tear must o'er her fall.c 415 tears will run soon.......... 415 all I ask-all I wish--is a t...e 415 the unanswerable tear..... f 415 ours are the tears... not shock'd at tears.. .h 415 there is a tear for all that die.i 415 your eyelids wip'dat*.......: 178 a shower of commanded t's*.s 178 weep your tears into the*...a 366 dewdrops, nature's tears.... a 415. her income tears............c193 drop a tear, and bid adieu... v 220 when embalmed in tears

..M 245 her smiles and t's were like* o 498 dropp'd a t. upon the word. , e 292 ne'er stole a gentle tear. ....g 322 sands of life with tears...... 326 with your tears moist the*. .0 300 strange to tears save drops.a 448 mocks the tears it forced to..t 449 tear his helpless bosom...... 358 with my repentent t's*.....

3 359 with a tear in every line.... f 261 thy sister flood of tears*... 1 264 baptized in tears....

a 267 the tears of wrath and strife.g 268 every tear is answered...... i 270 I drown'd these news in t's*m 306 the moon into soft tearg*...a 419 fallen a splendid tear.......h 250 test of affection's a tear. ... .j 415 tear most sacred, shed......k 415 beauty's tears are lovelier,..1 415. tears were provided for t's have fallen in perpetual m 41.5 source of sympathetic tears.n 415 tear forgot as soon as shed..0 415 hide not thy tears...........p 415 my tears must stop passage of an angel's tear....r 415 tears such as angels weep...$ 415 in his tears was happier....u 415 tears ! the awful language ..v 415 bless'd be the the tear......W 415 tear so limpid and so meek, a 416

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t. down childhood's cheek..b 416 tell truth; and share the*... 445 t. the frailty of our power*..k 418 a marble to her tears*..

t. truth, and shame the devil.b 446 Temptation-all t. to trangress. . f 19 did he break into tears*. ...d 416 . Temper-blest with temp?r.....g 50 temptations hurt not........ 41* language in his tears*. ..f 416 man of such feeble temper*..; 166 way going to temptations... 415 my drops of tears*

dauntless t, of his mind*.....172 dangerous is that t.*..... did not think to shed a tear* h 416 touch of celestial temper.....113 some temptations come.... a 418 team with woman's tears*... i 416 much in temper, but they...j 256 temptation attack the idle .n 413 if you have tears, prepare*. .j 416 | make men's temper bad....m 417 strong temptations planted 43 gave me up to tears*........ 416

hot temper leaps o'er a cold*.n 417 temptation hath a music.... 413 lively acted with my tears*..1416 once stir my temper*. ... i 433 world where strong t's..... i $95 tears, shed there, shall be*.

an equal temper know......0283 Tempter-the tempter turned..y 166 drop tears as fast as*........9 416 yet I shall temper so......... 265 Ten-ten to the world allot.....I 424 sad unhelpful tears*

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God tempers the wind to....h349 Tenable-bet. in your silence* c379 tears of lamentation, ...... 416

nature made thee to t. man..v 473 Tenantless-the graves stood t.*.234 big round tears coursed*...u 416 Temperament-t. and not of art.s 451 Tend-t's to make one worthy.u 339 tears that you have shed*...v 416 Temperance-rein'd again to t.*.111 Tender-with a respect moret.* fii tears stood on her cheeks*..w 416

temperance is a tree which..o 417 as thou art tender to't*.......kii tears live in an onion*.

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a pet of temp’rance. .8 417 tender-handed stroke a.......171 have drawu salt tears*.

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their pavilions of t. green..j 116 in a house of tears......... 417 ask God for temperance*....W 417 the tender, sweet arbutus.... 133 I should say my t's gaiusay*.b 417 beget a t. that may give*.... 294 t. blue bells at whose birth... 130 fill it with my tears ... ....f 417 health consists with t....... 495 all tender like gold.... tears, idle tears, I know.....9 417 Temperate-is learned and t...r 224 Bo sad, so t., and so true... u 192 tears from the depths.......9 417 Tempered-t. so that neither....458 a respect inore tender......032) big round tears run down..oh 417 Tempest-break nor t's roar.....v 80 tender violet bent in smiles.r16) key of the fountain of tears... 417 tempest's breath prevail. ....j117 steps with a tender foot..., 161 tears are the silent languagej 117 with rain and t.above......m 375 gives to the t. and the good. 2-56 dim with childish tears.....k 417 looks on t's and is never .p 208 to bear too tender.... the philosophy of tears....... 417 swell d with t's on the ship. i 404 t. on the whole than fierce.. A 413 have breath and tears.......g 389 tempests charge the sky.....) 404 nothing can equal tbe t..... 18 in silence and tears......

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from thy shore the t.* ......4404 Tenderness-its t. and make it! t. her tattered eusign down..2 329 t's, when the scolding*.

......0 404 Teudril-with t's strong as, ..... 4. busy have no time for tears..t 396

tempest dropping fire*......0 404 red t's and pink flowers....ll! make it with thy tears......h 399 the tempest growls........... 405 Tenet-tenets with books....... 46 law which moulds a tear....8 348 windy t. of my heart*.......8416 in some nice tenets might..u 331 first tears quench'd by her. m 473

has been thrown by tempest.g317 Tennis-ball-stuffed t-b's*. feign'd tears, inconstancies.x 475

glasses itself in tempests....a323 Tennis-court-that vast t-c.*... 115 that weep and t'u that speak.s 480 born of tempest.............d 158 ' Tenor-tenor of his way.. like Niobe, all tears*...

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and rocked by tempests.....1365 noiseless t-nor of their way j?? her tears will pierce into .... 476 ocean into tempest wrought.a 324 Tent-low doorway of my teut.lu bear a train of smiles and t's n 4:23 foretells a tempest and*. ...m 467 dusky-curiained tents of... the salt of human tears......1427 tempest in my mind*.

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among their shining t's.... 5 through the realms of t's....€ 427 in that silence we the t. fear.s 382 little tents of odour... A 134 smiles of joy, the t's of wo.m 484 where of ye, o tempests.... b 422 within my tent his bonest..20 454 bathed with blood and tears u 484 Tempestuous-bark o'er a t. sea. 96 Tented-action in the t. field*.. 40)

bright the t. in beauty's eye.2 490 | Temple-dwell in such a t.*..... 19 Term-happiest terms I harek..9 113 Tear-drop-tear-drop glistened.( 415 vessels of the temple.........k 36 ' Terminated - which t, all........3 Tearful-breaking heart and t..u 474 th" solemn temples*.........k 16 Ternate-Ternate and Tidore... $13 Tease-ye thust. me together .. 474 t's, at once, and landmarks...h 39 Terrible-happy thou art t ..... Teasing-half tearing and half... 271 th mortal t's of a king*.

nothing terrible in death..... 403 Te Deum-together sung T. D*.z 283 trar'd its everlasting..

too terrible for the ear*.....9 Tedious-tedious is this day*.. temple and tower went.... ... 47

guilt's a terrible thing.......16 what so tedions as a twice ..2281 God hath a temple..

.t 57 and terrible in storm.......427 as tedious as to work*. ....k 197 no sooner is a temple built...b 58

t. than active ignorance,....d 29 prattle to be tedious*

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arches, broken temples...... f59 Terror--pake the grisly terror. life is as tediou,

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fly from ro divine a temple.e 393 long their t's rest uuspre 21.39 $ abstract and record oft.%...hh 190 the teniple of fame stands. .t111

overcome his own t. is a her. 1. tedious it were to tell*.

nests in fame's great temple e 115 t. to the soul of Richaris which makes it tedious*... f 294 within their chiefest t., 1'11* e 183 t.. Cassius, in your threats. &1.0 Teeni-t's, but hateful docks*...1130 temple in ruins stands......8 368 takes its t. from the grave...6337 teem with wornan's tears*... i 416

groves were God's first t's....e 432 who strikes t. into others.... HS Teeth-chattering his t. for cold.g378 T. Bar to Aldgate street......c 492 do not know the terrors of...y 33

give lettered pomp to teeth..a338 I went into the t. there... ...d 224 and not their terror....... 3:38 live and tell him to his t.*...3302 God buildeth up His living t.s197 Test-t, of time and trial...... 123 even to the teeth*...........h 308 the t. of their hireling hearts.q 181 test of affection's a tear......) 415

teeth from the fierce tiger'yi . f 126 we quote t's and houses.....e 351 habit with him was all th-t.fi Tell-I'll tell you no fibs........977 Tempt-wet. the heights of art.u 336i Testament-t. of bleeding war* p 4572

one thing and another tell..p 113 'tis we tempt him ...........a 418 the commons bear this t.*. .4194 live and t. him to his teeth*.s 363 tempts by making rich......C 418 Testy-t. sick men when*. ...,0192 tell me not in mournful..... i 233 devils soonest tempt* . ...... e 418 Teviot-T.! on thy silver tide...1365 while you live, tell truth*...9 445 tempt into a close exploit*... i 418 Text-t, that looks a little blot...$ 40

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holy t. around she strews....d 104 thieves do pass on thieves* .4 219 who thinks must mourn.... i 234 read ev'ry t. and gloss over..h 332 plague upon 't when t.*..... 418 she could not think.........h 464 approve it with a text*....

......)358 Thimble-thou thread, thou t*.0 258 when he t's, good easy man*.1 235 Thames-what my T's affords..c 124 Thin-t. of substance as the*.. j 97 thousands,perhaps millions t.6298 Thank-small'thanks are still the.k 4 through thick and thin ......k 41 writes best, who never t's...d 316

even poor in thanks*......... 19 thick and thin she follow'd..w 63 comedy to those that think.y 484 I give thee thanks*

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melted in air, iato thin* .....k 46 died with them they t. on*..d 421 I thank thee, who hast*

were red, and ore was thin. 1112 pleasant too, to think on....g 178 t's; and ever oft good turns*. y 183 thick and thin both over...6 202 permitted to t. what you....b 307 I thank you for your voices* : 183 Thine-hours were t, and mine m 4:13 I

say just what I think.... ..e 385 t. God, bless God, all ye who.8 186 ours, to make them Thine., w 465 think all you speak..........f 400 can love, whom noue cant. 0 210 angel 'twixt my face and T.. j 360 think the remnant of my*...h 3.51) thank God for grace.

.d 415 I am Thine...., ......m 360 Thinker-a t. in the world...... 419 such thanks I give*. ......1418 Thing-I was born to other t's.... 9

the more the t. knows....... k 314 best thauks for a good thing.r 418 boos are the best things....a 38 Thinking-an art of thinking....e 15 make her thanks bless thee* u 418 little thing to give a cup.....r 53 thinking is only a dream....u420 solemn thanks and.......... 432 these young things lie.

ift. on me then should make* h 174 send up our thanks to God..w 295 the thing of courage*.

plain living and high t . f 463 thank God that we are not... 346 too much of a good things ..t 89 t. to have common thought..b 496 thanks of millions yet to be.w 317 he likes the poor things*...m 134

the sunflower, thinking.. Thanked-God be t. for books...1371 t's that in the great world ... 139 t. heads, become more..

..f 298 sae let the Lord be thankit..

..24 418 word and t, most beautiful..( 277 good or bad, but thinking*..c421 God be t. that the dead...... h 483 water like a thing of life.....4381 thinking still, my thoughts.. i 421 Thankful-thankful for the past. 1 65 nott's wherewith to part. . f 279

t. is but an idle waste.......n 421 Thankless-to have a t. child..b211 poetry is itself a t. of God 1338 Third-when the t's away*. That-that that is, is

t's they are stubborn ....... 1338 | third o' the world is yours*.1 464 og'ling, and all that...

when you know a thing... d 223 Thirst-I t. for thirstiness .....9361 Thaw-thaw, and resolve itse f.n 91 were such t's here as wat...W 211 genius inspire's this t. for... u 177 Theatre-great t. for virtue.... aa 61 make good t's from illt's...h 158

thirst that from the soul....0 461 world's a theatre, the carth. 0 481 each thing's a thiet”.

with it comes a t. to be away.s373 wide and universal theatret.r 484 Him that all t's known

patient of thirst and toil....c 375 1. for virtue is conscience...) 453 four t's belong to a judge ...1217 dropp to quenche a thirst...f 2:21 a woody theatre.....

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the strangest t's to say....m 212

ferns were curling with t.... every body las his own t.... 294 , what thing is love...... f 21+ will more readily quencht. p 190

in a t., the ys of men ..... 294 constant in all other t's....d 246 Thirsteth-s', that drinking t.1323 Theban-this same learned T.*.n 400 t's that are not at all........h 494 Thirstily-sun beat hot, and t..h 422 Thee-with Thee rich. ..........0 407 facts are stubborn things...n 500' Thirsty-amidst the t. wilis to.a *226

live in the woods with t....W 395 looked nuttered things ....e 501 Thistle-thus to the rose, the t..i 154 or with the tiud light in...w 395 I'm no the thing I should be,e 357 the thistle's purple bonnet..b 128

to thee I do commend myk..k 315 t's that have made me....b 422 the thistle claims its place...g141 Theft-t.in limited professions*,z 418 more of the t's to come.....d 423 ! rain the thistle bendeth..... " power have uncheck'd theft . a 419

the first thing we do* ..m 308 Thitherward-they saw, and t.*. i 138 Turiment-tlirust into T....... 433 I had a thing to say* ....$ 400 Thorn-from that crown one t...c31 Them-fiod helps them that...71.5 words are things..

t's, to lighten the distress...f31 t., and in ourselves, our....cc 497 t's are the sons of heaven.... i 481 with'ring on the virgin t.*...19 Theme-examp, as it is my t..b 45 God's sons are things ....... 481 forever be', a crown of t's....r 366 give me a theme...

words, however, are things.o 481 its thorns outgrown.........: 152 my theme! my inspiration..d 181 no good book, or good t....n 490 without thorn the rose......b 153 Themselves-them that help t..q 195 Think-so, because It. him so".u 14 | but coyly linger'll on the t .9 15:3

kuow no rivals but t........ f 493 I cannut sit and think, ......u 38 amber drop from ev'ry t... (11.51 There-'tis neither here nor t.**.1 499 strong to live, as well as to t... 48 | loveliness is born upon a t..11.34 Thespis-T., the first professor..k17 t. each on : of his children.. m 71 grasp me not, I have a t.....u 151 Thick-through t, and thin....k 41 think one thing.....

...........P 113 thorn-it looks so old. ......b1.54 through t. and thin both over 6 202 never thinke you fortune....163 beneath the milk-white t... p 2:19 Thicket-fields and thorny t's.. i 31 t must govern those that..aa 182 though set with sharpenit's.10 241) roadside thicket hiding.....€ 140 to think in solitude.

t's, that feed the thrush..... 377 and to the thicket some..... 434 speak what we think ..1 38.5 first to be touch'd by the t's.b384)

ye bowery thickets hail.....b 434 heart t's his tongue speaks*.1385 sharp crown of thorns upon.1 336 Thief-dwarfish thich.......... 16 I no moret. I can have .....315 thorns on my poor woman's. h 241 first grand t. into God's fold u 204 live and think..

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beneath the wild white t....b 111 t. doth fear each bush

t.-the shadow on the dial ..0411 the t's which I have reap'd.. 411 something from the thief .da 418 those that t. must govern...y 419 ! rude protection of the t.....1434 the sun's a thief*....

to think often, and never...d 420 , the May thorn greening.... 6 112 moon's an arrant thief*. ...a 419 cease to write and learn to t.w 420 by the t's and by the wind.li12 t. which sourly robs from*. g 460 herd of such wlio t. too little.g 414 primrose peeps beneath the t. i 150 t. or two guiltier than him*.9218 but to t. in other times.... 9 277 touch'd by the thorns ......u 233

who art the very t. of life....389 he t's himself immortal. ....1278 set with little wilful thorns.. i 478 Thieves-so desperats thieves*..c 74 to t., and to feel, constitute, k 177 t. delightful wisdom grows. , 1170

thieves sooner than gold*. .v 18 never think of it*.. ....U 219 Thorny-t. rose! that always... | 279 thieves for their robbery*.. 419 greatly t. or bravely die.

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i 62 our waking thoughts... .0 96 strange t's transcend.. ID 97 with cheerful thoughts*. ....h 97 exchange our t's freely...

..0 101 pleasing, dreadful, thought..i 105 wrought by want of thought.n 106 a sea of blue thoughts....... 109 our thoughts are our3*. k 119 thought pollutes the day....v 119 the whitest thought nor soil.m 144 lo! my thoughts of white..d 145 t's of the sweetest, saddest..d 148 the pansies send me back a t.h 148 thought, that cannot find.. i 148 is pansies, that's for t's*...m 148 we give to each a tender t., m 148 weigh the thought..

.......$ 163 to this thought I hold..... the best of thoughts which..v 253 iny thoughts are minutes*.. a 255 t. been shared by thee....... 256 t's were heaving and dashing.1242 possest with t's too swift....e 421 the minister of thought.....n 424 he thought as a sage........ i 489 this t. is as a death...... k 427 light and calm thoughts.

...k 485 t's are much according....... 419 tine thoughts are wealth.... 419 utter noble thoughts... .d 419 great t's, like great deeds.... 419 are pleasant thoughts. f 419 the power of thought. the demon thought.. .h 419 wert a beautiful thought.. thought is parent of the deed.k 419 thought once awakened.....1419 is destroyed by thought....m 419 t. is deeper than all speech.n 419 feeling deeper than all t....N 419 thoughts are your own......0419 music from ideal thought. .p 419 t. makes growing revelation.q 419 thoughts are so great.......7 419 every thought which genins.s 419 speed the stars of thought...1419

thought is the property.....U 419 raise the thought and touch.170 thought takes the man out. . v 419 thy thoughts no tongue....t170 second thoughts are wisest.w 419 floating, like an idle thought.a 13 thoughts that breathe and... 2 419 without a thought disloyal, 11:58 second and sober thoughts.. a 420 slave of my thoughts.... 1 331 my thoughts and I were....b 420

in t's sublime that pierce... 2210 thoughts that come often....c 420 thought is the property......633 t. often makes us hotter.. .e 420

t's as gypsies do stolen...... 333 sea margins of human t. f 420

thoughts of other men...... 23 t's are my companions.

all things I thought I kner 224 river of his thoughts....

t. without learning is....... 27 homage of t's unspoken..... i 420 one thought of thee puts all.r 244 t's in attitudes imperious.. ) 420 sad t's and sunny weather 1376 thoughts so sudden..

.k 420 sense from thought divide .3579 thought is valuable in .....m 420 giver's loving thought......d 261 eternal thought speaking in.n 420 t. and her shadowy brooch. 4201 thought alone is eternal... p 420 our thoughts are linked..... 51 bowers of never-fading t....9 420 sad thought, which I grand thoughts that never .r 420 beautiful the thought.. t's that voluntary move.....s 420 it thought of nothing beside.com thought can win its way...v 420 immortal, one corrupted t. * 336 thoughts to memory dear...x 420 in thoughts, not breaths....20 novelty of a thought....

t. is the measure of life....... 23 hath no tongue but t*.......2 420 withering thoughts for soul c 212 give thy worst of thoughtstaa 420 literature is that part of t... my thoughts are whirled...66 420

t's, all passions, all delights. a 200 working house of thought*.a 421 thought of other years...... 160 using those t's, which*.. ...d 421 crown my t's with acts.... d 361 strange t's beget strange....f 421 restless t's this rest I find... 361 thought by t, is piled..

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into our thoughts, into..... high erected, t's seated......h 421 like t's whose very sweetness. 284 how these my t's to leave... i 421 mighty t. threading a dream.e 365 thoughts were best to think.i 421 wind, t., swifter things*....d 370 accompanied with noblo t's..) 421 can a human t. conceive.... 134 t's must come naturally....k 421 style is the dress of thoughts.c 407 idle waste of thought.......n 421 expression is the dress of t. 407 let our t's meet in heaven...0 421 thoughts of desperate men* 7:16 thought can never be....... 421 those that tell of saddest t.. thoughts that are without..p 421 best t. came from others.... 1151 no great thought, no great..r 421 best thoughts of the greatest / 33 thought leap'd out to wed...s 421 short extent of human t..... 355 t's of men are widen'd with.t 421 dark soul and foul thoughts r 338 great thoughts come from... u 421

more easily be t. than said..918 t's whose very sweetness...w 421 our thoughts as boundless. 312 t's are heard in heaven. .x 421

odds and ends of free t's.... 413 t's shut up want air... ..(1 422 thought, two hearts... înotes of thought.

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t. but ne'er so well expressed y #1 repres :ntatives of t. and... g 481 glitt'ring t's struck out ....2 471 my t's remain below*. ......a 482 her inind to evil thoughts. .9415 withonit's never to heaven a 482 over-busy thoughts..... melody of pleasant thought.d 259 silently, like thoughts that...33 t's to nobler meditations....1259 words are images of t's....

* 3.5 commune witht's of tender.m 259 lost to manly thought....... 330 calm thoughts regular......9 253 loftiness of thought.. in a thought, or a moment., n 254 painted by the thought of. 236 a sudden thought strikes me.c 173 of all the thoughts of God...359 that I in your sweet t's*....h 174 continuance of enduring t.. f 359 dark t's my boding spirits...c 201 thoughts are your own..... thoughts of him to-day have.g 201 t. is speech, and speech is. it against despairing t's*. .8 201 the remnant of my t's*.. on hospitable t's intent.. ...1202 t. is, indeed, a great boon no really great man ever t...q 185 Thoughtful-a t. day from...... 934 t. that when I came to lie...c 272 they have been t, to invest 1181 how many t's are stirr'd....a 131 the thoughtful and the free. o 973 thoughts that do often lie...e 132 being breathing t, breath...r 478 t's which owe their birth... 137 thrifty and t. of others.. 483 the ocean of thought.... 109 Thoughtless-t. of beauty...., / 19

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