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to try me with affliction*....0 328 old age when it waxeth dry..j 227 let not those agonies be vain.d 539 Affright-the bad a., afflict.......4 when age chills the blood...s 220 Agree-thou and I shall never a.o 42 affrighted with their bloody* u 365 poets in three distant ages..n 335 two of a trade can ne'er agree.i 95 affrighted preads her rosy...j 192

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but for all time...d 336 and summer well agree......c 156 Afraid-many are a. of God..... f 49 the Golden Age is not behind.c 202 glory and this grief agree....l 376

not afraid to say his say......v 71 sun himself grow dim with aj 207 all things differ, all agree...p 451 thyself from being afraid....s 120 men's works have an age..... 356 we should agree as angles..n 250 of which I am afraid..

an age of poverty*.

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where God is, all agree....

..n 194 is not afraid, it seems.. j 253 age released from care..

agree with our eternal parts*.v 477 be not afraid to pray.......2 343 whose age we void it up*. ..a 104 Agriculture-blessed be a... ...v 295 African-moon-mountains A... f 365 erect in this age*.

.e 262 Ague-fear is an ague, that... Affront-soon forget affronts.....j 47 the love of the dark ages.....8 174 Ahoy-eternal friend, ahoy.

give and soon forget affronts..j 47 unborn a's,crowd noton nuy.a 179 Aid-foreign aid of ornament...k 19 will not affront me..

to drooping a., who cross'd..t 243 for aid must show how......ke 195 an old affront will stir..

middle age by no fond wile..j 493 who wanted thy soft aid.... -P szfer to affront some people..f 387 nor &. eat up my invention*..d 498

can give no hollow aid.......r 394 fear is affront..

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my strength in a.; my rise in.d 181 saints will aid if men will...a 344 After-after life's fitful fever*....n 83 crabbed a. and youth cannot*.0487 Aidance-barr'd the aidance of*.v414 After-love-at first, makes a.*..h 477 age is full of care*. ...0487 Aim-nor aim beyond our pow'r.s 65 Afternoon-no a. gentility..

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age is lame*

,0 487 miserable aims that end.. ..a 210 that afternoon returns ......$ 262 youth is wild and a. is tame*... 487 our being's end and aim....h 191 the a. of her best days*......d 497 age,

I do abhor thee*........0 487 a. for the heart and the will.h 483 Again-ye shall be loved again.. i 60 soul of the a.! the applause!..a 381 aim not to be great. .d476

svall we three meet again*..a 260 like a. at play with infancy..n 439 Air-faint, and melting into air.m 23 those that fly may fight a....t 456 deep recesses, of the ages...a 383

the azure deep of air... 24 Against-complies a. his will...i 465 life would not yield to age*. .1 484 the air is delicate*

f 27 a.whom I know most faults*..u 359 ages one increasing purpose.t 421

spread a city to the air..... .e 30 Age-at a riper age, people are..aa 3 years like passing ages...... i 423

wanderer of the wintry air...g 32 weak withering age......:

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.h5 such age there is, and who..j 424 melted into air, into thin*...k 46 men of age object too...

..15 an age that melts with.......j 424 air blows it to me*. ........ 51 old age comes on a pace.... j 5 fetch the age of gold.........e 425

deep air listen'd round her...h 54 frigidity of old age... .k 5 ages without winding up....h 460

with important air...........9 68 age shakes Athen's ages.

.m 5 truth should live from a to a.* p 445 wither'd in the stagnant air..f 78 ola age is creeping on. the great ages onward roll...c 392

thin of substance as the air*. the weak anxieties of age..

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labor with an age of ease....i 395 the air shall be perfumed*.. 154 age a mature mellowness... .85 worst of woes that wait on a..$ 394 in the open air our myrtles.q 147 old age is courteous...

.v 5 age and want sit smiling.... 341 the moveless air.... j 131 alike all ages: dames of.

which are old age's alms....u 330 what airs outblown from....e 136 labor with an age of ease. chas'd old age away.........d 303

simplicity and unaffected a.d 138 Blow-consuming age..

creep decrepit with his age..

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eglantine embalm'd the air..

f 130 age is opportunity.. .d 6 in a polite age almost...

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dead in the air, and still....ke 272 old age is still old age..

16 make the a. to come my own.j 114 washes all the air.. ..d 276 age is not all decay. worth an a. without a name..u 115

fresh gales and gentle airs.. 257 age still leaves us..

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he would not in my age*. ....f 251 air is rife with wings........ 372 ages roll forward; and.. ..16 in the flight of ages.........d 254

come, O fresh spring airs.... i 378 what makes old age so sad ....16 what the power of ages can.e 254

spring is in the air and..... 373 middle age had slightly .......6 hush! for the ages call...... 208

through motionless air...... 376 at your age the hey-day. lasting link of ages.........m 480

no sound along the air..... of honor for mine age*. .67 the very age and body of *..n 286

through the soft vapory air.e 273 should accompany old age*....$7 ages cannot make it old..

mid the cool airs of evening.k 411 Bome smack of age in you*...j7 for ages would its light.. v 402

air is living with its spirit. r 339 age is in, the wit is ont*......p7 like feeble age, he reeleth*...V 409

air, a charter'd libertine*.... 340 age, too, shines out......... .67 the longest age but sups....k 232

air around them looks.. old age is beautiful...

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shining home in the air.....k 402 old age serene and bright..

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before a sprightlier age......C 234

a single star lights the air...n 402 mourns less for what age......7 an old age of cards.. .e 234

warms the mild air..... i 371 in an age when men..... is worth an age without..... 234

sweet is the air....

i 372 beauty doth varnish age*.... 18 fading into age..

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air with melodies vernal....1372 greater honors to his age*....020 all ages past, and make....... 237

air is cold-and drear....... a 378 stamp and esteem of ages.... 40 from age to age unnumber'd.q 261

through the hushed air..... j 378 did haggish age steal on*.....9 41 Aged-aged men, like aged trees..y7

foot, light as on air..... ...m 164 old age is slow in both .......9 47 aged and yet young, as...... 354

wild, and open to the air....d 226 wakens the slumbering ages..152 Agent-trust no agent*.

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air with fragrance and with.g 362 this age best pleaseth me.....i 66 Aggregate-a. of little things..

charm ache with air*. expect one of my age.........976 Ago-long, long ago....

nor air, nor leat is lost....... 231 beyond the promise of his a.*.172 Agony-& soul in agony*

imagination is the air of.... u 206 worst of woes that wait on a..h 90 waters of wide agony.

bb 7 to breathe his native air.....f 198 footprints of their age........ 92 agonies no word can.. .f 31 from draughts of balmy air..l 436 Temnant of mine age*......... 99

agony with words*.

w 107 the air was calm....... .6 381 father of all! in ev'ry age...n 180 agony unmixed...

lungs receive our air. v 387 old age, begin sighing!.....p 375 with air, and agony*........0 187 hit the woundless air.

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sweetness in the desert air..8 490 allot, and all to heaven......1 424 faults we flatter when a.....c 396 thoughts shut up want air..a 422 the end crowns all*.........n 426 one alone, however prompt..9 360 trifles, light as air*..........4 442 Allah-by Alla given............ i 240 Along-drags its slow length a..t 339 out of the bosom of the air.. 393 thanks to A. who gives the..c 440 Aloof-stand all a., and bark... 451 and in the golden air........C 466 | Allay-that allays an angry......n17

erewhile that stood aloof....e 184 sweet as English air. ..i 478 Allegiance-d. from men's*....n 431 Alpine-when on the A. rose....p 153 Air-castle-air-castles are....... 482 All-ending-the general a-e.*.

A. peasants, two and three..a 869 Airy-airy nothing a local*....h 377 Alliance-purchase great a.*...n 448 Alps-Alps on Alps arise....... 1 279 Aisle-aisle and fretted vault...t 281 Alligator-an a. stuffed*. ...g 310 the tow'ring Alps we try....8336 Ajax-prayer of A. was for light.g78 Allow-a. that you do not know.d 223 Altar-burns upon its altars....(114 Akimbo-stands with arms a.. j 324 Allured-a. to brighter worlds.u 106 refreshed where one pure a..d 259 Akin-pity's akin to love....... k 333 Almighty-recount a. works.....p 74 confined to altars, nor to ....d 180 longing that is not a. to pain.1369 to its almighty source........479

bow before thine altar, love..A 219 world-wide apart, and yet a.o 413 inspiration of the almighty.: 202 build me a's in their zeal... 4 488 Alabaster-as monumental a.*.... 18 God Almighty's gentlemen..u 491 strike-for your altars ...... 32

grandsire cut in alabaster*.kh 499 th' A's orders to perform....6 348 Altar-stairs-great world's a's..i 176 Alacrity-not that a. of spirit*.m 468 know more of the A's........ e 488 Alter-doth not the appetite a....u 18 Aladdin-money is A's lamp,...f 462 where the Almighty's form..a 323

love a's not with his brief*... 64 Alarm-dwell in the midst of a's.y 394 Almond- from the a. bough...h 373 must alter for the better..... 201 Alas-alas the day...

. . f 436 a. blossom, sent to teach....j 434 love is not love which a's*..p 208 Albatross-I shot the albatross..p 21 almond bloom, we greet thee..l 434 not a. in my faith of him... bb 442

albatross the meanest........a 22 an a. tree unmounted hye...n 434 Alternative-a strange a...... .. 56 Albums-are a's written.......p 236 a. tree above its bald and...m 434 Am-not I am what I appear... A 87 an album is a garden.. ........k 493 Alms-gifts and alms are the....r 52 I am what I am

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puts alms for oblivion*. v 426 I cannot hide what I am* ..

A 145 Alchemist-th' empiric a. .6296 Almsbouse-a. neat but void... 341 I am not what I am*.. plays the alchymist*.. ..d 296 Aloe-like spiked aloe...

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being the thing I am*.... you are an alchymist*. ...e 296 Aloft-raise a. the milk-white*.

speak of me as I am*......... 385 Alchemy-with heavenly a..... j 447 aloft himself doth throw....m 123 Amaranth-only a. flower......p 453

like richest a. will change*...151 sits up aloft.... .......0 491 | Amaryllis-milky-bell'd &....... 132 Alderman-forefinger of an a.*.g 112 Alone-and the grief are mine a..05 Amazo-extend scope of wild a... 332 Aldgate-temple bar to A. street.c 492

a., and warming his five wits..k 29 gods, it doth amaze*...... .; 106 Ale-quaff the nut-brown ale....c 98 alone, and summer's gone....e 31 amaze th' learn'd...........g 407

god send thee good ale........193 alone in company............h 50 Amazement-a. like witless*... 19 the size of pots of ale.......930z alone by the wind-beaten.... j 70 Amazon-an a. of broad bosom.. i 238 fame for a pot of ale, and*... 738

triumphant, high, alone..

Ambassador-a. an honest man.v 198 Alexandrine-a, ends the song.1339 in which I moved alone......t 91 Amber-a transparent a. sea.....k 59 Alfred-immortal A. sat........1 301 alone on earth, as I am now..h 90 bedropping with amber ...... 84 Alight-seems nowhere to a... f377 be dearly let, or let alone ...c 193 liquid amber drop from....d 131 Alike-'tis just a. to virtue.....s 454 dread, fathomless, alone....a 323 amber grain shrunk in the...r 351 a. as if we had them not*...k 455

why do you keep alone*....d 421 upon the a. air unrolled.....1446 beautiful, but none alike...m 158

they are never alone that... j 421 a. wake of the long-set sun... #7 they were a., their features..e 190 wandered alone 'mid yon....l 421

in their amber sweets.......I 335 alike in what it gives.......9348 often when thou sitt'st a.*..

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when tipp'd with amber....9820 Alive-the cruell'st she alive*...m 77 thou art here alone.......... 375 Ambition-wild a. loves to........8 so many friends alive........p 86 left blooming alone.. v 153

all ambitions, upward........ 18 alive with sudden hope.....9 142 better, then, to be alone.

i 364 with great ambitions......... 18 alive so stout a gentleman*..9 484 all alone went she..

ambition has no rest.........28 grave for men alive........ i 347

present hour a. is man's.....0 232 what will not ambition ........88 All-all things must come to ....v 45

February hath xxviii. alone..c 269 ambition, though in hell......18 to tho pure all things are.

eight-and-twenty all alone..d 269 such joy ambition finds...... #8 cared not to be at all.

alone to watch and pray....a 411 ambition's aims are cross'd....:8 all are not taken...

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being there alone* ..........h 267

ill-weav'd ambition
certain to all; all shall die*. .v 83
fools are mad if left alone*..h 477

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fling away ambition what is it all when all is.....9 96

alone, she will court you....i 479 young ambition's ladder*....po father of all in every age....n 180

who can enjoy alone........c 103 chok'd with foul ambition"...q9 arm alone, ascribe we all*...6 349 ill fortune seldom comes a..m 165 the unreined ambition.........19 for all we have is his.. ..f349

till supper-time alone*. ... ..e 394 mad ambition trumpeteth.... 9 is the bitterest of all........k 349 solitude,when we are least a.o 394

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pours fierce ambition in... covenant between a. and One.r352 I stood and stand alone

ambition is no cure...

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alone; this, is solitude

ambition's debt is paid*. take him for all in all*......u 254

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only vaulting ambition*. of a. the days that's in the..6 369

alone on a wide, wide sea ... 394 ambition has but one........ 10 all is not lost...

solitary, who is not alone...e 395 in false ambition's hand...... 10 all that hath been majestical.1 420 enter the world alone .......g 395 us'd no a. to commend.......y88 all honourable men*

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never lesg alone than........ 395 serve to wash a's hands....... 74 all this is ours......

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entertaining ourselves a.....0 395 wars that make a. virtue*. .116 all's well that ends well*.....$ 496

until I truly loved, I was a...p 395 churchman better than a .... 1213 heaven mend all*...

doubly feel ourselves alone..t 395 built with divine ambition... 29 my care--for this is all...... i 445

alone each heart must......u 395 virtue chok'd with foul a*... 455 nothing brings me a. things*b 382 Bolitude to be alone.......

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the fever of ambition........1493 angels for the good man's....e 10 Angelical-a. to many a harp...k 453 capable of this ambition*...8 324 angel visits few....... f 10 Anger-pain to feel much anger.b 11 who, like ambition lures... j 313 angels with us unawares.....k 10 anger seeks its prey..........c 11 in Heaven a. cannot......... i 249 all God's angels come... .i 10 anger is one of the sinews....d 11 my soul's a., pleasure, wealth.d811 an angel stood and..

j 10 anger wishes that all......... 11 the a. of a private man....... 342 as far as angel's ken..........110 anger is like a full-hot*.......g 11 Ambitious-a. worldly desires....c8 angel voices sung the........p 10 anger's my meat*.. ..h 11 Cæsar was ambitious*.

a guardian angel o'er........ 10 touch me with noble anger!*.o 11 ambitious is merely the*......09 fights of angels sing*.

convulsive anger storms.......11 th' ambitious care of men.....15 angels are bright still*.

anger can dismay............m 52 as ever in a. strength*..

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angels come and go.

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Amble-wit a's well; it goes*...h 472 in angel whiteness bear*.....v 35 more in sorrow than in a.*..n111
Ambo-"arcades a." id est......0 67 thousand hovered angels..... 53 anger as the Aint bears fire*. n 258
Ambrosia–gone's the world's a.k 378 angels of God in disguise....w 54 anger and jealousy can no..f 216
Ambrosial-a. curls upon the.

shining angels climb.

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shrill notes of anger........ p 457 shakes his a. curls...... ..1367 two angels issued.. .......a 81

vent their anger, impotent..h 481 &. fruitage bare, and vines.. u 193 angels tremble while.

fear not the a. of the wise...r 359 blooming ambrosial fruit..m 432 angels uncurtain'd that....... 82 Angered-being a., puffs away*.o 467

sweeter than the sweet a.....2 470 where angels tremble. ........93 | Angle-give me mine a., we'll*. .u 11 Amen-say amen betimes*.. as angels in some brighter...w 97 a brother of the angle...

......2 11 "amen" stuck my throat*..u 496 a., girt with golden wings...v112 80 angle we for Beatrice*.... 480 Amend-that will make amends a 204 as eloquent as angels... ....k 102 Angler-if he be an honest a.....a 12

lying make himself amends.q 443 lives as angels do. ...a 120 Angling-a. is somewhat like....y 11 a thousand make amends.. angels fear to tread.......... 162

we may say of angling ....... 12 Amended-cannot be now a*...q 199 angel of light.....

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pleasantest a. is to see*......480 America-from wild A. to spicy.r 262 a's have planted to remind..b 139 Angry-nothing that allays an a.n 17 A.1 half brother of...

angels love good men*.......1257 trembled at the angry wind.v 160 American-I was born an A....h 71 ascend, like a's beautiful....m 259

the angry night cloud. ...... k 273 Americans equally detest....j 69 my angel-his name is....... i 167

as if thou e'er wert angry...6 320 Americans to market driven.q 388 passage of an angel's tear...r 415

angry at a slander, makes...a 387 Amethyst-calmed in isles of a..m 411 tears such as angels weep....8 415 Anguish-this anguish pierces..n 90

streaks and shafts of &......1 410 angel, who was keeping.....t 415 doubting and anguish..

purple-streaming a. is....... 386 not stain an angel's cheek...a 416 a. of a torturing hour...... w 355 Amiss-for one who writes a....u 76 a's and men their incense...a274

drops of anguish falling fast.1336' Amiable-good, a., or sweet...m 475 bells do chime, 'tis angels'..d 369 he groans in anguish...

bestow, to make her a.......0 475 like angel's visits, short and.u 216 crown of anguish crowned..d 390

a. weakness of human naturea 462 the denouncing angel's pen.c 218 pain and anguish wring....k 476 Amiss-nothing comes amiss*..c 463 dropped from an a's wing..m 331 will close the eye of a.*. 'tis not amiss...

the angel says: "Write!"....h 336 Ankle-a's sunken in asphodel.j 133 Amity-amity, a world of lies..o 335 angel on the outward side*..e 205 against her a's as she trod..

ai that wisdom knits not....m 174 she drew an angel down.....v 209 unhinge or ankle sprain....a 319 Among-a. them, but not of....k 394 forget-me-nots of the angels.o 402 Animal-to frame the little a..... 29 Amorous-the amorous odors.. j 131 sweet letters of the a. tongue.l 125 that souls of a. infuse*......d 113

an amorous looking-glass*... 255 as the blessed angels turn...p 236 animals are such agreeable... 168 as amorous of their strokes*.q381 with angels shared...... .1240 Animate-fills every a. part..

....9233 Amusement-of innocent a.....1355 virtue is an angel........... 454 substance, though not a....m 352 Analytic-skill'd in analytic.....n 75 virtues will plead like aʼs*...C 455 Animated-want an a. "no"...m 68 Anarchy-hold eternal anarchy..g 47 as angels do above....... ..n 250 Anna-while A. reigns, and sets r 368 Ancestor-wisdom of our a's...$ 468 beyond the soar of a's wings.e 180 songs which A. loved to......8 173 down from my ancestors*. ...d 54 I heard the angels call....... 270 hear thou great Anna.......

.1 320 ancestors of nature...... the angel heart of man......l 420 Annal-simple a's of the poor..

..j 341 our rural ancestors.. .......k 295 scepter'd a's held their......0193 Annexed-house is unto his a. .a 392

a wild trick of his ancestors*.z 431 0, the more angel she*...... j 498 Annihilato-the mind a's .. Anchor-a, and other tackle....d 313 though an a. should write...d318 Anniversary-a. of a birthday..m 34

wealth is a weak anchor.....9 462 holy angels guard thy bed...i 392 secret a's of the heart..... i 197 Anchored-tho'a. to the bottomm 161 immortal part with angels*. .j 399 Announced-a. by all the....... 5377 Ancient-in a. times all things..s 43 go with me, like good a's*...d345 Annoyance-to souse a. that*...e 368

society is as a. as the world..g 394 women are angels wooing*. f 480 Anoint-God did a. thee with..r 482 ancients dreaded death.......e 81 as make the angels weep*..w346 Anointed-bells have been......c 21 that grew in ancient times..g 145 angels are painted fair......v 475 Another-then here goes a...... 251 do love these ancient ruins..u 368 angel appear to each lover...y 475 another and a better world. atlas, we read in ancient.....e 405 ministering angel thou.....k 476 is quite another thing...

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..... 28 are angels vailing clouds*...8 476 in his heart, utters another..f 87 Anemone-a. in snowy hood....q 126 were our good angels........1327 Answer-ne'era's till a husband.g 50

flesh-hued anemone... ..0 132 men as a's, without femininen 475 meet to hear and answer*....9 63

anemonies that spangled....p 374 angels draw near, and sing..n 352 answer, ye evening tapers...6 336 Angel-angels could no more....m 1 little a's, holding hands....m 352 find on a. in each heart...... i 336

angels are, or good or ill. v 2 two angels guide the path...j 354 wits have much to a. for....1361 sin, fell the angels*..

19 lamp our angel reason...... j 354 sudden a. you may bear.....? 165 men would be angels

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a. 'twixt my face and Thine. j 360 no other a. make, but* angels would be gods..........a 9 | Angelic-mark'd the mild a. air.. f 80 answers life's great end...... 236

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remember an apothecary*...9310 pansies in soft April rains...o 143 made answer to my word...v 413 Appal-appal the bravest soul..k 404 clouded smile of April's face.s 161

answer where any road.....k 449 Appalled-semblance of a scar a.d 457 weeps-but, О ye hours....... 370
Answered-my humor, is it a.*..a 364 Apparel-wears out more a.*...v 116 April and May one moment.d 372
Ant-school to an ant*......... i 304 the apparel oft proclaims*. . f320 May and A. love each other...d 372
Antagonist-a. is our helper....b 490 as men their best apparel....d471 cheer, a little, A's sadness...€ 372
Antedate-&. the bliss above ...f 283 with thy best apparel on*...1301 glimpses to the April day.
Anthem-thy plaintive anthem..t27 Apparelled-a. like the spring*..d 19 April flower of sun and dew.q 159

pealing anthem swells.......t281 Apparition-blushing a's start*.v35 well apparell'd April*.
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apparitions seen and gone..u 216 April day in the morning....b 271 roll back the sound of a's....e 432 a lovely apparition....

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when April steps aside...... j 271 a. for the queenliest dead....x 82 Appeal-no court of a. against.r 217 April., June and November.d 269 Anthropophagi-the a.*......... 499 Appear-not I am what I appear.h87 when April winds grow soft.g 270 Antic-like witless antics*.. ..ee 496 am not love, what I appear.m 204 old April wanes, and her last.) 270

nature, drawing of an a.*...d 477 virtuous without seeking to j 454 all poor April's charms...... 270

antic sits, scoffing his*......m 85 his lonely cot a's in view....t 197 April knows her own...... , 270 Anticipato-eager to a. their....$ 381 must appear in other ways*.t 453 April's coming up the hill..j 270 Anticipation-an untimely a...h 318 Appearance-appoint a. and ....v 61 the lovely fickleness of an A, 1270 Antidote-my bane and a......a 117 Appease-and thee appease.....e 219 for April sobs while these.... 270

his antidotes are poison*....p 310 Appetite-prophetic eyc of @.... 13 April weeps while these..... 270 sweet oblivious antidote*...d 310 govern well thy appetite..

when April stops at last.....0270 Antiphon-mute the choral a..n 375 appetite comes with eating...t 13 sweeet April time- cruel...9 270 Antipodes-day with the a's*... i 427 the appetite alter*.......

when proud-pied April*...... 270 Antiquaries-pale a's pore ...... 13 digestion wait on appetite.*..u 13 day in April never came*...p 246 Antique-being true antique....i 13 what appetite you have*.....z13 child of April weather....... 127

desolate walls of a. palaces..w 382 hungry edge of appetite*. ...a 14 April's gift to April's bees... k 434 Antiquity-a little skill in a....p 357 whose name was appetite....614 A. shall with his showers*... i 352 Antony-our courteous A*.....a 322 coquetry whets the appetite.a 69 Apron-where is thy leather a*..1 301

who lost Mark Antony the..w 475 with that keen appetite*....h 122 Arab-an Arab with a stranger..n 216 Anvil-on its sounding anvil ..k 233 a well-governed and wise a. . i 182 Arabs say, Satan could....... 29

hammered to the anvil's....a 301 greediness of the appetite... 1200 clime of A. deserts brought. .n 424 a's with a different note.....6 301 the appetite may sicken*....0283 Arabesque-this graceful a..... j 440 iron did on his anvil cool*

stirr'd in me sudden &..... ..g295 Arabia-all the perfumes of A.*..a 315 smites the shrill anvil ......z 300 with coyless sauce his a*....1302 Araby-farewell to the Araby's. o 116 tongue on the a. of truth....f 445 Applaud-a. thee to the very*... 14 Arbiter-fashion, the a. and....t 118 be anvil or hammer.......... 49 how crowds applaud..... .1318 a. chance governs all.........N

the anvil of my sword*...... i 246 contented to applaud myself. i 462 Arbitrate-does a. the event...... 19 Anxiety-a. of the thoughtful..w 101 Applause-a. is the spur of......c 14 Arbitrator-common a. time*. .91 426

the weak anxieties of age......t 5 world, is the highest applause.d14 Arbor-rustic a., which the...A 131 Anxious-from afar the a. mind..t 315 their loud applause*.......... 14 shape as of an arbor.........k 437

anxious or troubled, when..u 345 not pardon, but applause.....876 Arbutus-in the forest a. doth..g 374 Anyone-whatever a. does or...r 181 glorious word of popular a..y 340 sweet a. in the wood........ 125 Anything-we know not a......e 202

soul of the age, the applause.a 381 overflow of a. and laurel....e 434. anything but live for it.....g 357 | Apple-a. into blossom burst....927 Arcades."arcades ambo" id est.o 67 Apace-old age comes on a pace...j 5 apple rotten at the heart*...aa 87 Arch-o'er Prague's proud arch d 167 old age is creeping on apace ..n 5 blossoms fringe the apple...c 435

this gorgeous arch..........k 290 great weeds do grow apace*. . t 498 what plant we in this a. tree. a 435 world-built arch of heaven..g 409 and flies apace....

........0 306 like living coals, the apples.d 376 the blue arch will brighten m 449 Apart-like a star, and dwelt a..h 338 brown a's gay in a game of., 376 arch beneath them is not .. j 40

man dwells a., though not ..v 253 tho' no golden a's glitter....d 177 mild arch of promise......... 352 world-wide a., and yet akin..0 413 stolen be your apples........0418 Arch-angel-thy summoning a's 0218 both sisters, never seen a...20 468 the apple from the pine.....w 295 fell as the mighty a....... ..d 431

apart sat on a hill retired.....t 64 Apple-bloom-white with a-b's.j372 that makes a's smile ........n 428 Ape-sleep, thou ape of death*.

f 391 a-b. upon the breezes toss... i 270 Arched-gates of monarchs 8*. f368 sin is pride that apes....... m 346 Apple-tart-carv'd like an a-t.* j 320 Archer-finds mark the a.......9 481 Apollo-Apollo, a fancy piece..n 318 Appliance-desperate a's are*...e 310 insatiate archer.....

. 86 Apollo has peeped through.. h 450 appliances and means to....r 390 archers, draw your arrows* .. 459 Apollo's summer look. ....6 274 Apply-for curo a. to them we...277

Architect-a. built his great...j 206 hark, Apollo plays* .........6 284 Appointed-body or mind a.... i 483 merry architects so small. ...b 34 musical as is Apollo's lute...l 332 Apprehension-in a., how like*.e 255 all are architects of fate....ca 117 A., he came forth to warm..d 336 death is most in apprehension*183

a. of his own fortune........ # 163 as bright Apollo's lute*......$ 245 Approach-a. thy grave, like...k 360

and some the architect...... 193 Apollo mounts his golden...h 410 Approve-right, and I a. it too..x 49 Architectural-holiness is the a.s 197 Apoplexy-this apoplexy is*.....6 95 approve it with a text*. ....j 358 Architecture-a. is the work of n 296 Apostasy-from man's a.......m 415 men of senso approve.. ...... 495 a. considered as a subject...r 296 Apostle-a's would have done..y 255 slander doth but approve*...387 value of architecture depends $246

she, while apostles shrank..w 472 if you approvo it not........ 4 294 architecture is frozen music.b 297 Apostolic-by a. blows and......t95 April-an April night would....n 27 Architrave-lay the a. and...... 432 Apothecary-modern a's taught.u 309 ushers in the showers of A...a 34 Arcturi-those pearled a. of the # 130

expires in the arms of an a..i 183 the heaven of April..........0 109 Ardent-prayers a. open heaven o 346 an a. in the same paper....n 305 you must ask the A. weather j 148 Are-we are what wo must....11

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we know what we are*....., 499 thrice is he arm'd that hath*.v219 import yet nobler arts.......e3 03 let us, then, be what we a...d 385 arm'd so strong in honesty*.s 198 howe'er concealed by art ...n 343 Argoan-Argoan ships brave...m 440 arm'd at all points* ........aa 496 thou art, art surely as in....d 348 Argosy-a's with portly sail*.. f 266 arm'd or with truth or...... 481 nature is but art unknown..n 348 Argue-he could argue still..... 14 Armigero-writes himself a.*...a 178 a. can wash her guilt away..k 474

I argue not against.. .....w 112 Armistice-short a. with truth*. q 443 only art her guilt to cover...e 359 know me argues yourself... j 206 Armor-arms on a. clashing.....g 458 all those arts in which......p 300 many laws a's so many sins.n 381 no adamantine armor........y 444 war's glorious art......

.. i 461 Argument-a knock-down a.....k 14 no armour against fate........3 85 weak, if art assist her not ... 160

right with his argument.....m 14 to put his armour off........ all arts are vain.............. 166 found you an argument.. .n 14 armor on armor shone......m 457 gather admiring works of a..c 414 with an argument, he'll.. ...014 Armory-from the a. of God....0 458 arts of war and peace........c 374 a. with men a woman ....... p 14 Army-retire of both your a's*. p 104 ornaments their want of a..w 336 in argument similes are......s 14 an army of good words*....m 163 poet in his a. must imitate..o 337 for lack of argument*.........t 14 a golden-shielded army......8 277 delight of sovereign a. and..r 337 ear-kissing argument*.......a 14 hum of either army*........k 459 all the arts, great music....d 282 arguments use wagers........ 15 the army is a school ......k 311 art that nature makes*......1 286 the argument of tyrants ....h 287 Arno-to Arno's myrtle border.g 364 is the art of God............ 287 than the staple of his a.*.

Aromatic-a rose in a. pain...... 314 stronger far than art. .6 287 a's and question deep*. aromatic plants bestow no....b 4 not without art...

...1 285 height of this great a..... ..1348 Arose-when ye a. and went....0173 art with truth

h 408 argument that makes a poem.8338 Array-in its glory's full array.k 152 life is short, and art long....0 232 Argumentation-in idle a......,6 15 comes, in heaven's array...g 410 noble art from Cadmus Ariadne-to the minuet in A... i 500 battles magnificently stern a. e 457 temperament, and not of a..s 451 Arise-lady sweet, arise; arise*..g 16 Arresting-no a. vast wheel of m 423 these mix'd with art... .V 265 Aristocracy-are among a......j 216 Arrogance-0, monstrous a.*....0258 there's no art to find*.. b 266 Ark-to the long laboring ark ... 23 supple knees feed arrogance* c 347 arts victorious triumph'd...9 452 Arm-cross their a's and hang*.w 35 Arrow-shot mine a. o'er the*... 12 arts but soften us to feel ....0 244 arms against a sea of*...

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scattered golden arrow's..... i 278 curious art, the brain......m 419 hug it in mine arms*..

darts or poisoned a's were...r 453 giveth grace unto every art..y 192 arms gave shelter to*...

quiver's choice, an arrow...d 456 holiday for art's and..... ..m 197 perfect in the use of arms*...C 460 archers, draw your arrow'g*. .h 459 art may err, but nature..... 491 devotion with revengefula's*.h460 some Cupid kills with a'g*..g 248 mother of a's and eloquence..0494 the arms are fair when*.....1 460 swifter than a's from the*..hh 498

grace beyond the reach of a..n 183 arms round the parents.. d 198 bow is bcat, the arrow flies..c117 tender strokes of art.........d 294 the nurse of arms...........m 492 carried mo 'mid thick a's...r 117 last and greatest art.........c 300 take thou thy arms..........3311 shot their arrow's round.....b 138 arts, in most cruel wise....aa 300 arms not the gown, priests..l 293 breath, like silver arrows....1377 contempt, for other arts, ....n 312 whose arms gave sheltert....b 436 arrows fly of sad distrust....p 259 silence, one of the great a's..g 383 arm it in rags, a pigmy's*... Y 384 like arrow-heads of gold..... 272 not art, but nature......... 410 and his fifty arms so strong.k 438 Art-art of a thing is, first.......c 15 a. so nearly touches nature. . f 481 arms full strong and largely.h 439 art is the perfection..........d 15 charm the gloss of all art....c 384 his a's to the far-away lands.a 440 art of reading, as well. .......e 15 art is long, and time is......0 424 hundred arms the cypress...l 167 action, to any end, is art.....f 15 gift beyond the reach of art.. i 382 owesuch straighta's, none*. p 167 perfection of an art consists..h 15 his art with caution.........8310 fold thine a's, turn to thy rest.d 362 temple of art is built..... • j 15

inspires new arts...........9 468 rear'd a. crusted the world*. v 367

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.€ 234 in night's arms is asleep.....l 402 art is power....

..m 15 Article-article at highest rate...k 4 tho'mine a's should conquer.1 452 art is the child of nature.....n 15 Articulate-he should be a .....8 314 triumph'd o'er our arms .... 452 nature reproduced in art.....015 Artillery-the a. of words......n 482 arms like yours were fitter..o 456 art in fact is the effort....... 15 heaven's artillery thunder*...: 72 in arms, the day battle's.... e 457 decorative art is.............r 15 Artist-depth of the artist's.....9 15 excites us to arms...

art is nature, made by man ..s 15 two kinds of artist's in....... i 15 widow sits upon mine arm..e 450 art is to conceal art

... 15 marks the true artist.........k 15 arms on armor clashing.

marks the progress of art.... 15' artists may produce....... arm us 'gainst the foe*......U 459 art, O man, is thine..........0 15 who gave laws to the artist...6 16 arms ye forge another bears.u 119 his art with nature's

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.k 123 ft arms against a war.......t 165 nature is the art of God......d 15 the knowing artist may.....u 294 invincible in arms..........489 chiefs of elder art......

of all artists, musicians. ..n 312 with his arms outstretch'd*. a 427 no chemic a. can counterfeit. j 67 the artist never dies.. ..f 314 arm thyself for the truth...,W 444 with greatest art he spoke....l 68 more the artist charms......k314 flowering lotos spreads its a's.c 438 was almost lost in art......... 75 essence of an artist is. arm alone ascribe we all*....b 349 art and power will go on.. .6 92 thought of the great artist..p 386 stands with arms akimbo...

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art a revelation of maz... . i 363 Artless-full of a. jealousy is*. p 215 arm the obdured breast......1328 princes learn no art truly.

...e 367 Ascend-ascends with it to God..h 10 nerves the feeble a. for fight..t 357 songs of that high art.....

i 336 should ascend to heav'n....p 314 a. through every open pane.d 466 tempt the heights of arts.... u 336 rounds by which we may a.m 188 Armed-I armed her against.....i 38 not a truth has to art or to..a 445 Ascribe-which we a. to heav'n*. k 498

a. without that's innocent....162 in the elder days of art...... 301 to thy arm alone, a. we all*.b 349

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