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best maker of all marriages*r 257 Mast-their masts fell down f 78 Maxim-them. “Know thyself" b 724 m. is a matter of more worth h 258 winds aloud howlo'er the m's i 404 m. be my virtue's guide......f 454 instances that second m.....a 259 shrouds and masts of ships..n 981 old maxim in the schools....1 125 ceremonial rites of m.*......C 259 Mastadon-of a m., I nibbled..., 86 truth his maxims draws.....6 299 few marriages are happy is..e 259 Master-every one can m. a*...e 187 May-as the month of May*. ..: 24 m's are made in heaven.....g 259 my master is of churlish* ...0 202 the revels of the May within the bond of m.*......f 379 by the master's spell ........h 283 will not when he may........t55 our day of m. shall be yours*k 191 no one who cannot master..g 379 than wish a snow in May's*... 57 the queen of marriage.......h 465 and approv'd good m's*.....k 258 chills the lap of May

........5271 Married-unpleasing to m. ear-.1 23 love is master of all arts ....m 242 sweet May hath come.......g271

m. his washerwoman.......k 106 master, goes in and out.....b 244 May, when sbe came, gave. .A 271 banns, and when he m.*....a 258 shakes out his m's undoing*. 414 is thine, sweet May......... i 271 she's not well married that..$ 258 when the Master's summons.r 171 O May, sweet-voiced one.... i 271 best married that dies m.*...8258 m. hath been an honorable*..e 178 and happy May morning ...k 271 true, I have married her*...k 253 | the master of all music......0 312 in the winds of May. live till I were married*. ....1 258 grave is the Master's look...d 304 the flowery May. married in haste .... ..1 256 a master, or a servant.......c 394 hail, bounteous May. and then was--married .....a 257 the master's requiem ........1382 beneath the sky of May.....0271 galled eyes, she married".... 257 when the M. of the universe.a 180 darling buds of May.......p271 kiss before they are m.* .....: 221 shows a master's hand......1313 another May new buds.... 9271 wisdom m. to immortal.....p 340 m. the devil, or throw him*. i 189 May, with cowslip-braided. .r 271 married to green in all the..k 128 choice and m. spirits of this* c 499 May, breathing, sweet......a 274

married with my uncle*. ...u 476 who's master, who's man..dd 509 the fair month of May.......C221 Marry-proper time to marry..n 250 m, of what is mine own*....b 465 Flora in her early May..... 128

if you sball m., you give*...b 258 master, master! news*.......0 306 must be done for May.......b 314 m. her, sir, at your request*.d 258 knows the old m's by heart..b 354 spirit as the month of M.* .bb 496 would not marry heri....... 2:8 most imperious masters.....) 448 M's warmest sunshine lies... 466 if I should m. him I should* c 204 wound their master's fame..o 111 first pledge of blithesome M.* 139 gold enough and m. him*....C 463 master, go on*.

..h 251 with May's fairest flowers... 12 370 Mars-this seat of Mars*.

love is your master* ......e 217 flowers of spring are not M's.c372 the red planet Mars..........j 288 some for hard masters.......1312 April and May one moment.d 372

Mars might quake to tread..d 457 the eternal Master found... f 293 M. and Aprillove each other.d 372 Marsh-yonder marshes burns. h 147 with her divine Master ......d 415

M. flowers bloom before M..e372 in the marsh pink orchid's.u 147 a little modelthem.wrought. k381

the delicate footed May.. Marshaling-morn the m.......e 457 Master-hand-when some m-h..h 272

looks abroad for May........g 154 Mari-from the m's he's........j 100 which a master-hand alone..e 283 the young M. violet grows..ca 159

busy m's, with tenderness ...d 259 Masterpiece-m. is writing well.p 300 waiting for May to call its... 8 159 Martial-cloak around him...... 86 a masterpiece of art has.....n 318 coming with the May....... a 136 with arts and martial*..... ..1181 Matchless-with that m. skill..8 286

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.......11.06 martial in his air.. ..1311 Mate-answering thy sweet m's.s 28 in the merry month of May.c271 Martin-sacred held a m's.......g 31 leaves his shivering mates ... i 31

her song of “May". ..d 271 Martyr-truth one martyr....aa 255 his mate will follow.......... 32

what he will do, he may..... 349 martyrs ! who left for our...a 256 80 is no mate for me.........c145

m. soothe or wound a heart. 431 the death, that makes the m.b 256 high and low mate ill.... ...p 250 moonlight colored May.....d436 martyr in his shirt of fire...c 256 birds are dreaming of a m...6373 May-day-M-d. in morn's...... a 272 the blood of the martyr.....w 299 come one swallow, his m...m 374 May-flower-m-f. pale and lone.h 132

fall'st a blessed martyr*.....U 329 when grier hath mates*. ....187 May-wind-M-w's restless ...... 435 Martyrdom-with their m... ...h 347 birds choose their mates....d 450 Maze-no end, in wand'ring m's.!64 Marvel-tig no marvel, he's so*..n 203 Mated-art m. with a clown....f 259 m's, and surrounding greens.) 70

patience unmov'd, no m.*...u 328 Material-m's lie everywhere... 177 the maze of forests..........a 273 Marvellous-Chatterton, the m.e 338 of such materials wretched..h 490 through the verdant maze..a 156 Mary-now of a Bloody Mary....0 45 Mathematic-and the m's* .....g 304 color, like a maze........

. z 316 to M. Queen the praise ....... i 339 Matin-thy m. o'er moorland...m 25 the maze of eloquence ....... 103

Mary go and call the cattle. g 365 opened at the matin hour....j 154 McGregor-where M. sits, there.g 494 Mary-bud-winking m.-b's* .... 147 glow-worm shows the m.*...( 447 Mead-as frosts do bite the m's*.p 51 Mask-lift their frowning masks i 10 Matin-bell-and the matin-bell...1 26 field or flowery mead...

wear them, of guilt to hide m 211 Matin-chime-at the m-c.......a 369 even m., that erst brought*.g 137 kind m's and beaux.........0293 Matron-as a grave m. would...n 293 floures in the mede...

as he removes the mask...... 294 matrons flung gloves*. ......c 341 in the m., it cushions soft...v138 Masked-hate is m, but to assail k 444 Matter-'twas no m. what he...l 490 in yellow m's of asphodel...& 133

fair ladies, mask'd, are roses* s 476 it matters not what men ...m 252 about the new-mown mead..1212 Masking-what m. stuff is here.; 320 nothing's the m. with it....j 277 life that hides in mead...... 349 Mason-the singing mason's*..: 212 wreck of m., and the crush..j 207 Meadow-close by the m. pool.. / 32 the crowded line of m's.....d 309 no matter by what.......... 268

on the meadow........... stronger than either the m* m 322 bubbles on the sea of m.....y 495 o'er the m. road is spreading.w 41 Masonry-hung his m. pendant.b 179 brought in matter that* .....C 461 winding meadows wind...... 466

8.0 the north-wind's m...... 393 the pack of matter to mine*.8306 on the umbered meadow....b 141 Masquerade-the truth in m...n 113 a m. from thee; and a birth*.6306 to the meadow so sweet.....p 141 Mass-fell in m's down her neck.o 189 there was no matter.........1 490 kingcup that in m. blows...e 144 Massacre-rapes, and m's*..... j 459 Matutinus-under the title of m.c 269 in the sunny meadows....... 131 Massively-m. doth awful...... 382 Maunders-she but m. and..... 114 flame in meadows wet......... 133

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meadows drowned in happy.1 133 God hath given me a m......g 214 falsehood and despair m. in..a 144
Hifts its head from the m....j 136 we'll drink a measure*......n 264 that where they m. they.....a 144
and by the m. trenches blow.h 137 thy delighted measure.......$ 200 when shall we three m.*.....a 260
meadows, wide unrolled.....e 127 measures, not men..........h 492 thus may we meet.......... 259
glimmer o'er the meadows..p 127 the m. of an unmade grave*.b 185 ne'er to m., or ne'er to part...j 331
m's roll and swell in billowy.k 371 to tread a m. with you*.....g 303 why to m. if not to meet in....u 122
green spread the m, all......0 372 the measure of manhood....n 342 to meet no more..

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o'er meadow and o'er dale
God gives wind by the m... j 384 to meet their dad..

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meadows brown and sere....f 374 and measures back his way.m 430 m. in her aspect and her eyes k 473
feet have touch'd the m's....139 Measured-m. many a mile*....g 303 shall m. him in the court of*.
cheeks of the meadow.......n 139 not be m'd by his worth*....i 398 as ships meet at sea.......
meadow and the lin.. ...f 140 Measureless-dark, far, m. orb*.u 110 we only part to meet.......... 326
paint the m's with delight*. f 373 Meat-anger's my meat; I sup*..h 11 if we do meet again*......... 326
where are the dewy m's.....p 377 books are as meats ......... ..b 40 let our thoughts m. in.......0 421
m. and the heath are........9377 very little meat............... i 99 m's thee at his journey's end.o 389
fireflies o'er the meadow....n 212 too choleric & meat*..... ..f 100 Meetest-m. for death*.......... 91
our native meadow sweet...q 156 let the meat cool*. ..d 122 Meeting-m. were bare without* j 44
a vi'let on the m. grew.....k 160 meat was made for mouths* . t 203 joy of m., not unmixed with.8 259
infinite m's of heaven.......0 402 best seasoning for meat.....0 203 m's which seem like a fate....t 259
of lowly meadow growths... f 441 nibbles the fallacious meat..n 123 our meeting spots...........i 170

down the path to the m's...a 303 the sweetest m's, the soonest.q 451 m. points the sacred hair....8 189
Meadow-deep-dewiest m-d....9 420 hae meat that canna eat.....9 418 Melancholy-takest thou its m..d 22
Meadow-rue-haunts of m-r....k 147 upon what m. doth this, our*b 186 musical most melancholy....e 28
Meadow-sweet-m-9. under the.e 128 heaven sends us good meat..f 302 musical, most melancholy...m 27
Meagre-meagre his looks*.....d 267 so is all the meat*...

o 302 the m. god protect thee* .....k 51
Meal-my evening meal.....

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another's meat or drink.....m 489 and to be melancholy*..

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week-day meal affords........999 Mechanic-the poor m. porters*: 212 green and yellow m.*. v 328
m. o'er all their velvet leaves.d 133 by mere m. operation.......m 412 melancholy sat retired......6 260
at least one meal a day....

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Medal-man breaks not the m..m 449 melancholy marked him ....c 260
Mean-scorns to bend to mean..971 Meddle-m's with cold iron.....$ 456 moping melancholy.

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careful what they m. thereby*n 24 Meddling-of little m. cometh...) 66 charm in melancholy. ..f 260
m's be just, the conduct true.t 76 Medea-a night M. gather'd....)310 suck m. out of a song*. ...h 260
the means whereby I live*....191 Medicinable-griefs are m.*....w 187 m. is the nurse of frenzy*.... i 260
means to do ill deeds*.. f 418 Medicinal-learn'd he was in m.f 309 curs'd melancholy*. ..k 261)
must needs admit the m's*..n 266 Medicine-m. for the soul.... ...p 38 note of it is his m.*. ........1 200
by any means get wealth....0462 medicine to rage*...........10 107 the power is felt of m........ 375
there's place and means*. ...r 324 residence and m. power*..... 131 the m. days are come.........f 375
that which in mean men*...Y328 miserable have no other m.*.u 201 pleasing fit of me lancholy..

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all books else appear so m...g354 no m. for a troubled mind..d 283 remote, unfriended, m...... 365
the meanest of the mean....x 305 great griefs, I see, m. the less*f 187 m.as a battle won... ......h 461
cannot say one thing and m.e 385 give preceptial m. to rage*..o 187 soothe her melancholy....... k 474
not means, but ends.........k 485 by m. life may be prolonged*c 310 Mellow-m., rich, and ripe.
fear is cruel and mean.......v 120 try one desp'rate m. more...g 399 nursed in m. intercourse....l142
end must justify the m's..... 362 m. thee to that sweet sleep*..c 391 speeches when half mellow..y 340
life's but a means... ..m 230 Meditate-and decay to m...... 411 indeed is too m. for me.. ..h 295
but nature makes that m.*...1280 Meditating-m. that she must*. .f 85 m., as, roving the round.....p 422

appliances and m's to boot*..r 390 whilst I sit meditating*.....w 283 Mellowness-age a mature m.....85
Meander-by slow M's margent.x 100 Meditation-O fearful m.*......k 426 Melodious-move in m. time.... 2 57
Meanest-the m. have their day.o 115 divinely bent to meditation*o 259 Melody-soul of melody...

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the m. flower that blows.....e 132 thoughts to nobler m's......1 259 sweet melody rises on........ 33

even to the meanest. ......h 230 m. may be exercised.........k 239 m's gush from the violets....q 131
Meaning-far than outward m..h 133 maiden m., fancy free*......p 259 melody of pleasant thought..d 259

two m's have our highest....I 206 Meek-m, that have no other*..u 328 as her melody she sang....... 1371
m. of love's conference*.....k 211 benigne, and so meke. r 473 air with melodies vernal.....1372
blunders round about a m...v 336 in meek beauty dost lean...d 146 thou’rt singing thy last m's..h374
m. on the face of the high...h 180 the meek forget-me-not.....g 146 with sounds of sweetest m*..c 213
good m's and wishings......$ 194 how meek, yet beautiful....a 150 thought it the sweetest m...

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my m. in saying he is a good*.2 182 meek, confiding eye....

heard melodies are sweet.... 281
full of great dark meanings..a 353 the meek suns grow brief. ...n 272 of wonderful melodies.......9 282
Moant-He m. some tired head..h 67 I am meek and gentle*,

.....m 280 a thousand m's unheard....h 283
more is meant than...........487 Meekly-heliotropes with m....f 142 all summer long perpetual m.i 375

God meant you to be when..e 210 Meet-m. and either do or die.....02 thy voice is a celestial m....h 456
Measure-within the m, of my*. j 11 by times that I meet thee.....n 78 joyous melodies of love.....W 325

m's of delightful sound*......k 20 one day meet again... . i 83 Melon-friends are like melong.e 170
measure by the deeds..

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good man meets his fate..

melons with odorous Aesh.. h 438
could find my measure....... 58 more is meant than m's the....t 87 | Melrose-view fair M. aright....1366
measure, or a dance...

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meet mortality my sentenee..w 90 Melt-too solid flesh would m.*.n91
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pity melts the mind to love.t 332
beyond all measure*. i 120 to m. the eyes of other men.. m 71 white snow in minutes m's. .l 127
that knows no measure.

..j 253 mind where we must meet...c 100 m's for one with sympathy..9 202
a full measure with thee.....1221 life to come that we meet....p 105 melts with social sympathy.f 413

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m. and mingled together....h 411
melted in her depth of blue..q 159

melted in the evening hue.. n 446
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open as day for m. charity*.y 413
unused to the m. mood*
each in the other melting...0 352
spoke the melting soul.. ..h 314

melting heaven with earth..e 447
Memnon-M's singing in the..p 175
Memorial-the first kiss of love.s 220
Memory-will give thee m.*. ..17

my night of life some m.*....n7
in every man's memory...... 38
in pleasing memory of.......d 40
if memory have its force.....g 45
wakes the bitter memory....d 62
sweet the memory is... .s 70
it comes o'er my memory....n 30
pyramids set off his m's....b 114
our memories go back......
memory like a purse......

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hold the m. of a wrong......y 164
our m's by monuments.....h 274
like m. ghastly in the glare..m 275
saddest m.-kept alive......m 222
oh! that the memories......9213
in his own page his m...... 335
with such memories fill'd...j 153
o'er Egypt's land of m......d 366
nor m. lose, nor time impair.s 173
she sought ont memory.....d 250
m. fed the soul of love......d 250
some call her memory ....... 354
memory yields, yet clings...j354
dea: son of memory.........6381
begot in the ventricle of m.*. f 207
thy memory, like thy fate... a 439
m. writes her light-beam....t 292
oblivion and m. are wise.... 292
to mem'ry dear............

men may come and men...... 42 fate of God and men is......9390
men are mere warehouses...m 47 & grave for men alive........ 1347
men build as cathedrals.. ..n 47 the ways of God to men......1348
men that are ruined are...... deaths remember they are m j 349
men, some to business.

great men may jest with....d472
this happy breed of men*...m 69 too late that men betray.....k 474
O friends, be men............n71 men as angels, without..... 475
I doubt our curious men.....877 cannot fight for love, as m.*..d 480
gay cities and the ways of m.a 70 men prize the thing*..
m. are moulded out of faults*.m 51 should have borne men*..... 477
into the trunks of men* ....d 113 all the reasoning of men.... R 478
how subject we old m. are*..8113 is the worst of men.......... 478
the ashes of dead men... .t 114 men must work and women.d 483
wise men speak....

are women, deeds are men..d 481
nature, moulding men...... y 119 tongues that syllable men's..b 430
they say, best men are* .k 120 might touch the hearts of m.s 385
bark at eminent men.. r 103 Mend-the nearer they are to m, 345
think old men fools..

to mend, or be rid on't*......091
men may live fools.... w 163 his work for man to mend...b 469
men smile no more.........p 362 and to mend the heart......d 294
work of many thousand m..8366 to mourn, lacks time to m.... 1421
m., by their example, pattern d 367 things always mend.........1165
fortune in men has some....8 165 heaven mend all*.

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men over man he made not... 388 mend when thou canst*...nn 497
m. in great place are thrice.k 252 we'll mend our dinner here* 302
what men assume to be ....m 252 Mended-been m. that were...... 45
most men are bad..... .. 252 little said is soonest m......k 501
acquit yourselves like men..t 252 Mender-a m. of bad solesť.....4319
men the most infamous.....f 253 Mental-m. power this eye*.....0 51
men are but children.......m 253 Mention-we never m. her.....0284
ah, tell them they are men... 253 Merchandise-of m. of bin......0313
many men resemble glass...1254 Merchant-others, like m's*....8212
are you good men and true*.r 254 belongs the merchant. ...0311
made men and not made*...W 254 royal merchant down....... 311
I wonder men dare trust* ...2 254 a merchant of great traffic* b 311
men at some time are*......y 254 the m. to secure his treasure 1310
men have died from time to* z 254 some m. hath invited* ...... J 100
men that make envy*. ..bb 254 turn'd crown'd kings to m's*n 477
we are men, my liege*.. ..d 255 Merciful-how m. the blessed..u 262
men may rise on stepping..m 255 let us be merciful as well....0 262
men were deceivers ever*...0122 in being merciful*..
great men that have*..

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fortune means to men* .....h 166 Mercury-thus the m. of man..o 188
forget that they are men...f 280 ere Mercury can rise ........6244
men are only the players.

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like a Mercury to charm.....d 336
hopes that make us men g 202 Mercy-angel voices sung the m.p 10
relished by the wisest men..0 203 courage and his mercy........ 63
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boundless reach of mercy*...6 75
men ennobled by study.

trust his merey humbly.
most wretched men are.....m 408 the brave love mercy...
what you and other men*. .d 235 the flower of mercy.
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by mercy, 'tis most just*....280
men of letters occupy.......a 238 that m. I to others show.... 238
men have lost their reason*.p 218 mercy I askt, m. I found.... 217
stern men with empires.....r 265 ere mercy sweeps them out..c 218
all honorable men*........

and m. then will breathe ...í 219
hearts of oak are our men...a 492 mercy stood in the cloud....y 262
measures, not men.......... 492 lawful m. is nothing kin*...d 263
forth among a world of men*z 496 mercy but murders.
m. stand like solitary towers. 185 m. is not itself, that oft*.... f 23
nothing of its greatest men..j 186 open the gate of mercy*..
men are rul'd by women*.. h 186 would not buy their mercy*. A 203
travellid men from foreign..r 313 the quality of m. is not*.....)263
the men who labour..... ...1 298

mercy seasons justice*......) 263
we find great men often... .$ 298 we do pray for mercy*......k 283
for boys; port for men......h 468 the deeds of mercy*.
O friends, be men...........n 450 m. is above the sceptred*.... 23
men's evils manners live in*e 360

80 guod a grace, as merey*..1 23
men die, but sorrow never..v 396 whereto serves mereye...... 23
men talk only to conceal.....2 400 m. is nobility's true badge®, sa 263
men are never very wise and.j 342 for shame, to talk of mercy*.0 263

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m's dewiest meadow-deeps..9 420
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soft as the m. ot buried love.l 473
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who will not m. unto others.p 263 Mess-other country messes....j 302 but a woman's might........k 64
mercie ever hope to have....p 263 Message-bearer of the m........ 23 judged, not by what we m. 218
a God all m. is a God unjust.a 181 from the east glad m. brings.., k 78 there is a might in thee.....f 265
mercy to him that shows it..p 355 carrying a m. that is not.....p 281 in God's own might. ........f 405
withhold in m. what we ask.u 344 kind messages that pass......r 315 exceeds man's might*.......0 248
in her heart did m. come*... i 263 give to a gracious message* aa 306 would not when he might...j 495
perseverance, m., loveliness* h 368

message to him every wave..u 107 showeth his m. on a wild...k 438
temper so justice with m....e 219 fair speechless messages*.....i 110 exceeds man's might*.
rather where his m. shines..q 179 Messenger-his winged m's.....m 10 false is no source of might..g 449
gates of mercy shall be*. ....p 460 messengers of God............ 10 it might have been.... 0 356
good unask'd, in m. grant..m 407 messenger of morn.. ....n 26 Mightier-man, the m. is*. ....d 186

O mercy, God*...............) 320 m's of strong prevailment*..b 480 Mightiest-the m. in the m.*...j 263
Merit-silence that accepts m...d 14 sweeps by me as a messenger.p 281 the mightiest are those often v 185

merit wins the soul..........c 50 distempered m. of wet* ... ..e 417 offered to the M. solemn.....e 432
displays distinguished merit.h 52 Met-when they m. in the way...k 95 Mightily-strive m., but eat*.bb 498
sense of your great merit....t 168 we met hand to hand.........9118 Mighty-shrine of the mighty... 45
merit or their faults to scan.v 332 the night that first we met...b 151 well may the m. sycamore... i 136
one merit of poetry..........1340 met me in an evil hour...... k 139 m. hopes that make us men.g 202
succeeds, the m's all his own.t 490 if we had never met.......... 256 m. contests rise from trivial.& 362
no sure test of merit........9 114 we met-'twas in a crowd....r 259 that m. heart is lying still... h 366
nature doth with merit*....m 120 how, or where we met.....

how are the mighty fallen...k 398
the rest on outside merit..... 162 crook'd ways, I met this*. ...W 367 as he then was, mighty* ...p 347
thy father's m. sets the up..r 263 a part of all that I have met...)210 Mignonette-on breath of m....1273
then deny him merit .8 263 never met, or never parted...r 239 the humble mignonette...., 127
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no sooner met, but they*. ...V 247 sweet-voiced mignonette..., k 127
on their own merits... ...t 263 know how first he met her...c 501 heart's-ease and mignonette. f 145
by merit raised..... 1.4263 Metal-barren m. of his friend*.p 174 the mignonette receives ....a 151
by the merit of the wearer*..v 263 m's of drossiest ore to........6 296 Mild-others more m. retreated.k 488
or amplest merit.......... .0 243 here's m. more attractive*..,v 497 80 mild, so merciful.........p 493
in hope to merit heaven..... i 193 m. blowing material sounds... 399 Mildness-ethereal m. come....0373
who values the merits....... .v 190 Metaphysic-high as m. wit....u 489 mildness hath allay'd*...... 333
bear reproof, who m. praise.r 359 Meteor-the m. flag of England..e 124 m. ever attend thy tongue...l 178
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m. streaming to the wind....i 124 Mile-m's of golden green .....d 157
Meritorious-nothing that is in.p 454 Method-method is not less......k 68 ead tires in a mile--a*.......8 264
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train me not, sweet m. .6 264

he had not the method,......p 165 too long by half a mile*.....0316
who would be a m. fair......

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which no methods teach.....e 283 Militant-the true Church M....t95
I would be a mermaid fair...d 264 madness, yet there is m. in*.4 211 Milk-to feast on milk ..........c11
Merrier-a merrier man,within j 264

mind has its own method....n 265 sweet m. of concord into hell*. i 47
Merriest-men are m. when*... u 264 m.in man's wickedness......a 464 white as m. and perfume....t 159
Merrily-die all, die merrily* ....j 72 7letre-not m's, but a m.-making s 338 full o' the m. of human*....j 220
merrily hent the stile-a*. ....8 264 Mettle-grasp it like a man of m..171 adversity's sweet milk*.

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merrily, merrily, shall I live*.t264 there's mettle in thee*........ 51 flowing with the milk.......p 262
merrily, m., goes the bark...h 313 wench of matchless mettle...j 476 oh, milk and water........ o 190
each merrily goes.....

Corinthian, a lad of mettle*. .: 497 m. foaming fresh from the..h 438
merrily, merrily whirled.... 303 Mew-be a kitten and cry mew* k 17 | Milkmaid-m. shocks the... ...p 260
Merrimac-the mighty M...... 865

in their secret mews .......6 161 whistle, and the m's song...e 369
Merriment-no other m., dull..j 441 cat on the Sabbath say "m.". 369 saucy milkmaid's cheek.....r 104
Merry-m. architects so small. ...b 34 Mice-like little mice stole in..c 164 Milk-white-the m-w. lilies.....p 144

merry roundelay... ....... 45 | Michael-the sword of M.......0458 Mill-brook that turns a mill....c 70
of such a merry nimble*......n 54 Microscopic-man a m. eye...j 254 God's m. grinds slow but sureb 363
be merry all, be merry all.....07 Midas-touched by the M. finger c 468 mills of God grind slowly...c 363
I'll be merry and free....... 9 65 Midday-under the m. sun..... v 358 water glideth by the m.*....8 461
'twas never merry world*.... p 60 Middle-m. day of human life...g 34 the mill will never grind....e 494
have they been merry*.. ... ..k 84 Midge-the summer midges....g 250 Miller-there was a jolly miller... 65
ill chances, men are ever m*...r 44 Midnight-'tis now dead m.*...6 208 bone and skin, two m's thin.q 203
he was nor sad nor merry*...p 108 iron tongue of midnight*...v 289 than wots the miller of* .....8 461
yet let's be merry............0 100

consumed the midnight oil.. i 406 Million-m's of my brothers.....135
a fool to make me merry*....d 163 the sun stands at midnight m 409 million million drops of gold.q 134
fortune is merry*...

midnight brought the.......e 457 millions for defence.. . 329
merry as a marriage bell....d 281 his might on a wild m......k 438 thanks of millions yet to be.w 347
lam ceyer m. when I hear*..n 283 at midnight, in the days....p 326 perhaps, millions, think....m 480
how oft, with m, heart....... i 322 this dead of midnight...

........ 265 Mill-wheel-m-w. has fallen to.. i 437
Iam rot merry*.

.r 397 midnight! the outpost of...e 265 Milo-remember Milo's end....r 260
merry swithe, it is in halle.. ..f 261 wild and wondrous m...... ..f 265 Milton-a rustic M. has pass'd by.r 9
if you can be merry then*...k 264 m. brought on the dusky. ..g 265 the path of Milton, in........ 35
merry as the day is long*...m 264 at midnight, while reposing d 466 orb of song, the divine M... f 338
what, shall we be merry*..

celestial voices to the m.....9 485 our wives read Milton....... 340
a merry heart goes all*.......8 264 stand, like midnight leaves.p 488 mute inglorious Milton.....q 114
should a man do, but be m.* ..V 264 Mien-of so frightful mien.....e 452 morals bold which M. held..r 167
goes merry making with....d 393 Might-no m. nor greatness in* 3 42 M., in his hand the thing...6 338

......y 302

......y 165

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MIMIC.

776

MISCHIEF.

-) 480

...0 66

.9 67

Mimic-winged mimic of the ... 127 the mind is like a sheet......P 265 never has any minister......1316

low mimic follies of a farce.n 293 nature of the human mind... 265 bleed gold for ministers.....e this
Min-the darkest meaning.....a 144 the mind is its own place.....t 265 must minister to himself*...d 310
Mind-great mind is a good...... u 2 balance of the mind..........7265 canst thou not minister*....d 310

am not in my perfect mind*...17 strength of mind is.......... W 265 Minnows-m's sporting in the.b 142
books are embalmed minds..
..9 36 0, what a noble m. is here*...y 265

this Triton of the minnows* r 498
man but chang'd his mind.... a 46 m. to me a kingdom is....... 265 Minstrel-no minstrel needs.... 284
bis mind his kingdom ........ 47 the mind's construction*....6 266 hear the m. play and........i 47
the quiet mind is richer......h 66 but a base, ignoble mind*....c 266 m's on their airy harps...... h 440
I have a man's mind*........k 64 'tis the mind that makes the*.d 266 Minstrelsy-brayed with m.*.264
which only centres in the m. i 35 when the m. is quicken'd*...e 266 Mint-from the m. walks forth.a 337
m's are not ever craving for../37 your mind is tossing*........f 266 m. of phrases in his brain*. nu 414
monument of vanished m's..m 37 my m. to me an empire is....g 296 Minuet-to the m. in Ariadne.. 500
myself in other men's m's...u 38 it is the mynd that makes....h 266 Minute-even in a minute*....6 248
the beauty of thy mind*.....h 89 systems exercise the mind....i 266 every minute now*.........bb 306
ever-restless minds of men...d 97 m's the standard of the man.j 266 minutes and charging them f 424
mind's all-gentle graces shine.o 19 minds that have nothing....k 266 see the m's how they run*.. I 426
image yet I carry fresh in m..x 89 mind one end pursues......m 451

what damned minutes tells* o 215
constancy to change the m...b 64 sep'rate mind from mind....n 451 like the watchful m's to the* i 2M
with equal m's what happens.y 65 m. stoops not toshows of*....0176 Miracle-thy life's a miraclei... 235
m. from vain desires is free..e 66 where the mind ends.......

believer is God's miracle....1 266
minds innocent and quiet..

bend thy mind to feel........0316 when miracles have byk.... 266
noblest mind the best...

dauntless temper of his m.*..c 470 miracles are ceas'd* ......... 266
where English m. and.. .170 write to the mind and heart..n 297 what is a miracle............ 0 266
fearless minds climb*........k 72 public mind is the creation..r 298 Mire-were it made out of mire z 241
dauntless temper of his m.*..t 72 all minds quote..............d 351 ne'er left man i' the mire*. . 461
infirmity of noble minds....k 115 glorious throne, and m's the.r 352 Mirror-as 'twere, the mirror* , n 286
th' ignoble mind's a slave...q 103 m., relaxing into needful.. ...c 353 thou glorious mirror .......2 323
mind as soon out of sight...0 164 mind must subdue..........9342 Mirth-m. cannot move a soul*aa 7
also is he out of mind....... 164 inform the mind....

.: 303 glorious grief and solemn m.m 57
the mind never unbends ....t 167 spirit of the chainless mind h 347 with mirth in funeral .......188
his mind a thought .........1 252 flower the m. has withered...g 349 blood inclined to mirth*.....1359
m., aspire to higher things .p 224 high minds, of native pride.a 359 mirth fate turns to sudden*.1397
true poem is the poet's m...p 335

infected m's to their deaf*...c 359 mirth can into folly glide..ca 162
m's made better by their....a 210 to a mind diseas'd*.........d 310 with mirth to lighten duty.m 378
virtue, but repose of mind...

...t455 sin is a state of mind, not.... 384 m., admit me of thy crew...A 264
the magic of the mind......g 419 troubled sea of the mind ... 8389
!

limit of becoming mirtha....j 254
ideas painted on the mind...t 420 thou peace of mind....... ...1 390 let's be red with mirth* .....! 264
mind to mind..... ..........n 245 converse of an innocent m..m 395 be large in mirth*. ......... 264
minds are as variant.

..m 361
tempest in my mind*.

to mirth and merriment*...p 264
mind quite vacant is a m...o 361 which keeps the m. steady...c 399

he is all mirth* .........
body lilled, and vacant m.*.a 362 flowering moments of the m. k 400 usual manager of mirtb*... 264
treasure-house of the mind..r 260 her mind to evil thoughts...g 475 songs of sadness and of m...r 385
own memory like the mind.d 261 and corrupted minds......... 475 with mirth and laughter*... a 265
supports the mind supports*1 200 oh the fetterless mind......m 421 to festive mirth.............6 265
haunts the guilty mind*.

m's of a lotty kind wander..p 421 fading moments mirth*.....# 248
the new-born mind... ....... 279 years steal fire from the mind h 423 they that love m, let them... 266
the richest minds need not..g 229

gives to her m. what he steals | 425 mirth can into folly glide... u 362
commands the mind*.......211 Mindful-m. not of herself.....d 220 oh, mirth, and innocence....o 190
mind is the great lever of....6 214 Mine-mine shall, like my soul..c 64 the m. whereof so larded*...k316
the m., which is the proper.e 218

no Indian mine can buy...... j 67 waned in its mirth..........: 392
poetic mind all things are..m 336 to choose and call thee mine..e 450 our usual manager of m.*...w355
the m. to virtue is by verse.p 336 'twas m., 'tis his, and has*...r 387 Missapplied-vice, being m.*..0 455
imagination is the air of m.. u 206 is none of mine..............2 276 Miscellanist-m's arc the most 8 306
in stillness the calm mind... 206 what thou art is mine*. ...... i 257 Mischance-bearing all m...... 408
no medicine for a troubled m.d 285 this hand and that is minet..6 258 Mischief-every deed of m........ 48
the mind of the scholar.....r 405 thy exhaustless mine........9 261 sees the m's that are past...a 162
mind is bent to holiness*...p 197 God is thy law, thou mine...y 203 Satan finds some m. still....s 205
out of syght, out of mynd...p 492 his will ; it is mine.........1 407 no greater m. could be...... 1215
Othello's visage in his m.*. f 497 hours were thine and mine..m 433 let them call it mischief.....A 493
for minds could then meet ..1315 Minerva-wise M's only fowl.....j 29 what m. might he set*...... c 211
have in m. where we must*..c 100 stalks with Minerva's step...d 457 execute any mischief.
mind unemployed is mind...h 265 Mingle-m. in the filthy fray....9359 mischief thou art a-foot*....q 206
measure your mind's height. i 265 familiar mingle here like....e 184 O mischief I thou art swift*.r 266
them., the music breathing.. j 265

natures to m, with our own..m 413 there's m, in this man"..... 8 966
my mind is my kingdom.....k 265 Mingled-been m. into one.....9 279 to mourn a mischief.
mind was made for growth...1265 melted and m. together......h 411 next way to draw new m. on* 1 240
mind to me a kingdom......m 265 are m's of fate*

.......t 119 mischiefs and mishaps.....A 311
my mind forbids to crave....m 265 Minister-a m., but still a man. f 254 m's might be set abroach*..p 324
mind has its own method....n 265 do make their minister*.....d 460 signs of coming mischief.... 46 347
a noble mind disdains........ 265 all are but m's ve.......n 240 who do you the most m.....14%

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