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880
August, if the 24th, be fair and clear,

806
Bees in May worth a load of hay,

749
Button to chin tUl May be in. 765
Candlemas day, 805

day, sun on, 754

day, when, is come and gone, 879

waddle, 850
Oast not a clout till May be out, 765
Ohad, St., before, geese lay. 760
Cherry year, a merry year. 740
Child, all weather oold to a. 871
Christmas, green, full churchyard. 744

green, white Easter, 744

light or dark, 817
Clouds like rocks and towers. 879

when, are upon the hills. 880
Coat doOed in winter, put on in May,

825
Cock, if the, goes crowing to bed. 805
Com ripens by night alter Lammas,

752
Corns presage showers, 353
David's. St.. day. 875
Donkey braying a sign of rain or hail.

812
Drought never bred dearth in Eng-
land, 771
Easter Day, rain on, 843

rainy, a cheese year, 740
Evening red and morning grey, 773
February flU dyke, 778

flll the dyke, 378

makes a bridge, 778

rain, 778

snow promises fine summer, 778
Februeer, curse a fair, 754

doth cut and shear, 778
Friday's moon, 464
Good Friday, rain on. 843
Gossamer flying, the air is drying, 882
Grass on the top of the oak, 889
Hail brings frost. 788
Ice before Christmas, 806
Janiveer, if grass grow in, 805
Januarv, better a mad dog, than a

not sun in, 805
June, a dripping, 741

a dry, 7*45

if on the 8th, it rain. 805
Lengthen, as the days, 758
March, a dry. and May, 9

comes In like a lion. 824

dust. 740, 747

grass never did good, 824

hack ham, 824

in Janiveer. 824

many weathers. 824

search, April try. 884



March, when it thunders in. 751

winds. 464

winds and April showers. 824
May. a leaky. 745

bathe in. you'll lig in clay, 765

cold and windy. 741

flood never did good. 747. ^5

flowers in, fine cocks of hay, 779

hot, makes a fat churchyard. 745

rain in. makes bread, 825

shear sheep in. 847

will make the cow quake, 825

will prove if vou live or die, 824
Mists in March, frosU in July, 758
Moon at Christmas. 817

full, brings fnir weather. 857
Moons, two full, a wet month. 813
Morning rain, leave not your journey

for. 780
Mornings, cloudy, clear evenings, 767
Moulting of cock and hen. 464
Night, blustering, fair day. 752
Paul, if St., be fair and clear. 805
Peacock bawling a sign of rain. 8£t
Pear year, a dear year. 747
Plum year, a dumb year. 740
Bain, a poor man's. 747

before seven, 843

some, some rest, 849
Bains, it, everywhere in winter. 879

it. with aU winds. 879
Bainbow at eve. 806

in the morning. 464, 748
St. Bartholomew, August 24th. 845
St. Benedict. March 2lst. 845
St. Martin's summer (also called fit.

Luke's summer). 297
St. Matthee. September 21st. 845
St. Matthie. February 24th. 845
St. Mattho. February 24th. 845
St. Swithin, 140

St. Valentine, set thy hopper. 845
Sand doth feed the clav, 881
Saturday's and Sunday s moon. 464
Seasons for setting trees. 847
September blow soft. 846
Sloe-tree's white, when the, 881
Snails, when black, cross your path.

879
Snow year, a rich year, 749
Sow barley when the sloe is white. 881

beans in mud. 850

in the slop, 850
Summer, wet oad. dry good. 881
Sun. morning, never la«ts a day. 773.
860

morning, seldom ends welL 747
Twelvepenny weather. 354
Under water famine, under snow

bread, 875*
Valentine's day, a goose will lay. 836
Welshman and a fair Februeer, 7S4
Wind is in the east, when the. 861

still, no weather iU, 883
Windy year, an apple year. 740
Winter, fair day in. 741

good, good summer. 744

green, fat churchyard, 744

wind changes oft. 751
Winter's thunder and summer's flood.
886

thunder, summer's wonder, 751
Weathercock, not a, 39
on a steeple, 277
world's a, 123



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Weathercocks, hishly-placed. 877
Weave the warp, 155
Weavers, tailors, millers, 774
Web that whitens, 230

too weak, what. 95
Webs of more than common sise, 80

to weave spiders', 493
Web8tei\ a steam-engine in trousers,

Daniel, 192 note
Wed. December when they, 287

ill, better half-hanred than, 761

to ban? or. 789

where he is destined, man will, 746
Wedded but never won, 384

love, 215

men live in sorrbw, 76
Wedden after hir estate, 75
WeddiDK. a dram at a, 758

clothes, before she has bought. 2

conch, furies strewed that, 614

dream of, followed by corpse, 752

flrarment. 427

hanging better than. 789

ring wears as your, so do your
cares. 759

ring, in the small circle of a, 81
Wedding's destiny, 789
Wedge, thin edse of the, 863
Wedlock, a padlook^77

a state of woe. 877

age and. tame. 752

forced, 297

hath oft compared been, 106

lasting, made by mental Qualities,
635

like a place besieged, 877

never laid claim to lawful, 599

of minds, 580

she calls it. 508
Wedlock's a very awful thing, 171

the devil. 58
Weds a sot to get his cot. 885

ere he be wise, 885
Wee bit ingle, his, 42

things, th' expectant. 42
Weed, he that bites on every, 793

honey from the, 296

I am as a, 52

like a loathsome, 238

like the vilest. 47

one ill. mars a pot of pottage. 837

pernicious. 97

so lovely fair, 325

that grows in every soil. 38
Weeds, call us not. 7

charm from, 260

^row apace. 299
1, grow apace, 808

ill, fast longest, 808

ill. not injured by frost. 808

like the ocean, to cast her, 170

o'ergaes the corn, 864

of glorious feature, 346

richest soil produces rankest, 451
Weed's plain heart, a, 197
Week days trail, where the. 161

is gone. Thursday, and the. 870

of all the days that. in. 69

of three Thursdays. 813

rust of the whole. 2

wicked remnant of the, 168
Weel. are ye sure he's, 210

do, and doubt nae man, 771

do, and have weel, 771



Weel is that weel does. 788
Weelfare, each for other's. 42
Weep, better bairns, than bearded men,
761

bid me to, 163

deeds to make heaven, 324

for him, men will, 67

for thee, I might not, 393

I cannot choose but. 318

if you wish me to, 677

it Is allowed us to, 540

no more, 136

no more, lady, 240

now you, 304

on. 228

proud man, ashamed to, 407

tears, such as angels, 213

that I may not. 61

when they will, women, 887

who would not. 250

wilt thou, 59

words that. 93

ye not for the dead. 421

yet scarce know why, 231
Weeper laugh, make the, 328
Weeping, a pleasure in. 529

and gnashing of teeth, 427

deceit, spinning, given to women. 7S

dispels wrath, 540

merely matters for, 576

muse, not a, 60

the ease of woe, 103

would ease my heart, 169
Weeps, why these. 25
Weigh, first, then attempt, 734

Justly, sell dearly. 877

what is right to. 669

with keen judgment, 580
Weighed in the balances. 422
Weight and measure, good, 786

and measure take away strife. 877
Weighty, who is, 801
Weill, worth na. 792
Wein, Weih una Oesang. 736
Weird, may be her ain. 47
Welcome as snow in harvest. 791

as the first day in Lent, 791

as water in a riven ship. 791

deep-mouthed. 60

ever smiles, 301

friend, say, 103

good, 300

Be that is, fares well, 877

is the best cheer. 877

leave a, behind you, 815

loud as, 168

out-stayed his, 86

such, such farewell, 771. 851

the coming. 257

they are. that brings. 868

wear out your. 771
Welcomest when gone. 297
Welken, ein langea, 733
Welkin, on the. shone the sterres, 76

rings, hark how all the, 388
Well atone, let, 817

all shall be, 282. 754

better keep, than make, 762

connected, the. 144

do all things, 81

doing is my wealth, 343

done outlives death. 877

done. Servant of Ood, 216

done, soon done, 877

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Well, doth, wearieth not. 794

has that well is, 877

here, if we do. 195

I am; dlBmiss jowr fear, 639

if he iB, he will come. 568

is dry, when the, 881

is nsed. the more the, the more
water it ^ves. 860

it is. 383

keep, while yon are well, 814

man doth, 356

near a stream, diraing a, 573

none wish yon, 61d

not so deep as a, 321

of Life, the, 342

old, who would be. 800

pumpinr a dry. 813

■peak, of what is well, 850

truth at bottom of a, 874

what is worth doing is worth doing,
878

when I did. I heard it never. 879

who stands, let him not shift. 848

who would be. 800

will run over when full. 881
Wells, empty, 99

Welshman's Jackdaw, like the, 845. 869
Welter to the parching wind. 223
Wenn, da», una da» Aoer, 733
Wept, well nigh. 234
Work, da», loot den Meiiter, 856
West. go. young man, 460

in the lowly, 292

law from the. 532

safeguard of the. 398

sinks temperately to the. 181

the burning. 228

the happy, 7
Western dome. 122
Westminster Abbey. 20. 40. 387 note

Abbey, victory or, 460

votes of men at. 343
Westward the course of empire. 21
Wether, I am a tainted. 284
Whale, verv like a. 316
Wharton, the scorn and wonder. 248
What has she? and What is she? 813

is what, knoweth. 405
What's what, he knew. 49
Whatever is. is right. 245

thou hast been, he was. 226
Wheat is cheap, wh/ live on tares? 589

two grains of. 2b3
Wheedling arts. the. 141
Wheel, broken on misfortune's. 66

fortune like a mill. 781

Fortune's. 327

has come full circle. 307

in the midst of a wheel, 422

life is a, 473

make them like unto a. 439

of fortune. 608

sitting at ner merry, 239

turns the criddy. 142

worst, creaks most, 865
Wheels, among these. 73

golden, 135

of fortuae. and of the mind. 8

within wheels, 879
Whele, ever goth the, 150
Whelp his full, gie a. 782

of sin, 242
Whence and what art thou, 213
Where I am I do not know. 570

no matter, 212



Wherefore, seek ^ot the. 73

Wherry, trim-bailt. 109

Whet is no let, 750

Whetstone, I fill the office of a. S44

of the wits, 285

of wits, 510, 564

to cut a. with a rasor. 510
Whiff and Torv stir their blood. 362

I ain't a, I ain't a Tory. 198

or Tory, whether I was a. 352

the name of a faction. 179
Whigs allow no force but argument, 26

bathing, caught the. 117

grow dumb. 229

notsretting into place. 63

or Tories. 347
Whim, that soul of. 249
Whimsey not reason. 151
Whinstone house, my. 71
Whip, in every honest hand a. 325

stroke of a. 424
Whips and tooms. 315

of flaming wire. 260
^^^ipoing. what only deserves a. 599
Whirlpool, he makes a. 87
Whirlwind, like a flap of a. 274

rides in, 2

■hall reap the. 422
Whisker, educated. 362
Whiskey, liauid madness. 70
Whisper and hint and chuckle. 367

hark they. 253

with a well-bred. 98
Whispering with white lips. 52
Whisperings, foul, 310
Whispers through the trees. 243
Whist. Mrs. Battle on. 187

old age sad without. 731
Whistle and drink at same time. 746

and he'll come to you. 884

and 111 come to you. 47

as it wiU. 270

her joly, 75

paid dear for his. 138

them back. 147
Whistles, girl who. brings bad luck. 750
Whistling, not worth. 810

of a name, 247

to bear his courage up. 22

to keep from being afraid. 127

woman, and crowing hen. 751
Whistlings of a name. 92
White already to harvest. 430

everr. hath its black. 775

heads should be wise. 668

is love, 464

nor grew it, 56

sooled, clean-handed. 390

stone, to put in a, 488
Whitee-mandpation. 170
Whitehall Court, grass in. 240
Whiteness, not of years, but noralii
610

of his soul. 53
Whiting, he thanked the. 118
Whole greater than the part, 455

in a perfect. 377

one stupendous. 245
Whooping, out of ail. 287
Whore, like a. 315
Why. and all she knew not. 375

and wherefore in all things. 296

don't you speak for yourself, 19S

every, has a wherefore. 776

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WTiy. he had a wherefore for every. 49

he knows not, 366

I can't think. 143

not knowing, 134

not? said the March Hare. 118
Wicked and foolish expect benefits. 499

are wicked, 371

as Job's wife. 278

cease from tronblin^. 413

desperately, 421

flee when no man pursneth. 417

heaven help the. 293

little better than one of the. 292

men from ont thee go. 93

none is, without loss. 476

person never amnsinjr. 722

pretending to be. 392

something, this way comes. 310

to listen to the. beginning of
wickedness, 872

were their minde. 345
Wickedness is weakness. 220

licentious, 296

method in man's. 135

of a woman. 424

prooeedeth from the wicked. 886

that hinders loving, 31

ye have plowed. 422
Wicklifle. ashes of. 139
Wide enough, this world surely is. 347

of the mark. 678

will wear. 886
Widow and three children, four thieves.
798

and two daughters, three thieves.
885

could say him nay. 274

had so dear a loss, never. 299

he that woos a. 800

like a. won. 339

marry a. before she leave mourning,

of fifty, 333

some undone, 208

thrice married, take heed of. 852
Widow! and second marriages. 133

are always rich. 886

most perverse creatures. 2
Widow's heart to sing for Joy. 414
Widows' houses, devour. 428
Widowed wife. 274
Widowhood, in lasting. 241
Wie Du mir, $o ich Dir, 871
Wife, a barren, makes a dear friend.
571

a light, 285

a loving, 48

a nice, and a back door. 747

a wealthy, a ruler and not a wife.
477

an unwilling, is an enemy, 655

and a farthing. 797

and children, bills of charges. 10.
886

and children, had a. 60

and children, hostages to fortune, 9

and children, who hath a. 795

and sixpence, who loseth. 797

are you taking a. 701

bad, not worth a farthing. 701

be at leisure to your. 662

be crust, if your, 807

better a fortune in. than with. 761

cheerful, is the Joy of life 740

choose a. by ear. 766



Wife, choose a, on Saturday. 806

choose, as you wish your children,

766
damned in a fair. 322
dead, the best goods in a man's

house. 741
dearer than the bride. 200 '
every man can rule an ill. 774
fair, and frontier castle breed

quarrels. 741
form of your deceived. 308
giving honour to the. 436
glass, diamond daughter turns to,

741
go down the ladder for a. 783
good, and health, man's best wealth.

744
good, is a good prise. 744
good, that never grumbles. 810
ffovems me. my. 451
he had none. 157
he makes a false. 132
he that loves not his. 359
here lies my. 127
I have married a. 429
I have no, 325
I have taken a. 701
I will not be married to my. 701
in every port a. 109
in the election of a. 211
in the way of his prospects. 701
is short, if your. 807
is the key of the house. 864
is the peculiar gift. 254
Is too much. one. 141
lawfully begotten, 181
let him. man cannot thrive unlesi

his, 746
Uttle, well-willed, 745
love your neighbour's, 202
makes her husband her apron. 855
man's best fortune, or his worst. 746
money lost on a bad. 660
my« the kindest, 266 .

ne'er tak' a. till ye ken what to do

wl' her, 830
never yet had, 163
not over-learned, 679
o' my ain, 46

obedient, command her husband, 756
of thy bosom, 412
one good, every man thinks he hath

her, 867
sins, if the. 806
steer clear of a. 338
tender comrade, 349
that galling load. a. 90
that sits by the fire. 819
that sovereign bliss, a. 204
to make, house made, and, 794
to soothe his years, 144
true and honourable, 303
true i^nd humble. 300
trust not another in choosing a. 808
uncumbered with a. 124
well choosing of his. 208
were such the, 45
where danger or dishonour, 217
who has a bonny. 800
who has a. has a master. 795
who has no, clothes her well, 759
who lets his. go to every feast. 885
who tells his. news. 799
would the law were the same for a,

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Wife, yon will lire more easily without

a, 478
Wife's leave to thriye. ask yoar. 804

leaTe to thrive, man must ask. 746

too, perhaps his, 161

tow. man's fire. 823
Wifely patience. 76
Wifle's smile, his thrifty. 42
Wiff that flowed behind. 98
Wight, a stranffe and wayward. 20

Isle of. hath no foxes. 859
Wilberforce. Bishop 8.. 446
Wild and willowed shore. 272

fowl, not a more fearful, 282

in woods. 127

waves whist, 276
Wilderness, in the. a lodffinff-place, 421

it is. makes the world the. 100

lodge in some vast. 98

of sweets. 216

one crying in the. 425

this bleak, 20

were Paradise. 133
Wildness. make it mn to. 73
Wiles help weak folk. 886

more nnexpert, 213

wanton. 221
Wilfnl head, of a. 105

man must have his way. 750

will do % 91
Wilhelmine looks np. 341
Will, against the. everything difBcnlt,

and will not. 278

at his own sweet. 397

be done. Thy. 26. 666

be there a, 103

be. what, will be. 856

cannot be compelled. 711

contrary to his high. 211

determines, onr. 381

good, helps good understanding. 733

good, in part of payment. 786

good, taken for the deed. 786

he that complies against his. 50

her people's, 360

I. but have not power. 711

if she, she will. 164 note

if she will do't. she. 164

is good. my. 76 ^

Is praiseworthy. 699

is strong, whose. 366

is the sonl of the work. 834

left free the human. 248

let, stand for reason. 552

live by one man's. 172

means to gratify the, 91

not my, but thine. 429

not wanting, but ability. 610

not when he may. 800

now she. and then she will not. 443



or whisper, by all ye. 186

o'-the-Wisp, 556

[o' the wisp] dank.



reigns at twenty, 151
sign your, before you sup, 175
stands for a thousand reasons. 206
stands for reason. 683
subdue your, 674
taken for deed. 711
the cause of woe. 886
the hereditary, 67
the unconquered, 193
the unintelligible in a. is regarded
as unwritten, 645



Will, th' nnoonqnerable. 211
to do. the soul to dare. 271
to your, conformable. 300
torrent of a woman's. 164
was his guide. 344
we wollen habbe our. 189
wet, der vermao, 883
where there's m» there's a way. 883

Wills above be done. the. 276
and affections, unruly. 437
talk of, 292
who. is the man who can. 883

Willed, to have, is sufficient. 528

William. Father, 118

was such a bashful youth. 94
you are old. Father. 340

Willin'. when a man says he's. 112

Willing, fate leads the. 778
mind makes light foot. 750
or unwilling. 609
to be. is to he able. 883
to work« hard to wait. 801
to wound. 250

Willingly, what is borne. 639

WiUow tree, cast off grief and. 444
willow, ah. 266
willow, willow. 325. 444

Willows weak, yet they bind. 886

Willy-nilly blowing, 1^

WUtow or neltow. 189 noU

Win easily, you. 535
laugh that, 817

me. so soon as yours, could. 289
or lose, whether you. 208
who would greatly. 57
would'st wrong^, 308

Wins, he asks whldbL. 646
he plays well that. 793
the eye. but not the mind. 273

Winchester, the Trusty Servant of. 700
note

Wind, a voice in every. 153
along the waste. 134
as large a charter cs the. 286
as the idle. 304
as the. is. so is mortal life. 4
be still, no weather ill if . 833
blow. 310

blow rough, can any. 136
blow the, never so fast. 764
blow thou winter. 287
bloweth where it listeth. 429
blows cold in hurle burle swyre. 819
blows, knows which way the. 792
carries words and feathers, 887
easterly, 2

every vane, with every. 370
false birds can fetch the. 379
favours are but like the. 7
Ood tempers the. 785
he that observeth the. 419
I go. like. 133

ill-clad put against the. 864
in one's face. 864
in that comer. 280
in the face makes wise, 752
is in the south, when the. 881
is never weary, 193
is southerly, when the. 314
it's an ill. turns none to good. 378
leave the lagging. 256
let her down the, 324
Uttle, kindles. 745
more inconstant than the. 320
not always in one quarier. 864



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Wind of doctrine, every. 434

on the heath, likewise a. 22

passeth over it. 415

-pipe slittins art. 62

pnn not aeainst the. 843

searches, the south. 35

sits, as the. 305

sowed, shall reap whirlwind. 703

streaming to the. 212

streams against the. 63

swept space. 3

swollen with. 224

that blows. 109

that blows, for each. 289

that blows nobody good. 810

that oomes in at a hole. 852

that grand old harper. 336

the crannying. 53

the strumpet. 284

they have sown the. 422

thy favours are the silly. 46

'tis the, and nothing more. 242

to run before the. 121

to your sail, too much. 136

'twas but the. 52

vagrant as the. 138

voices of the wandering. 4

when the. is in the east. 464

winnow while there is. 822

with oars and. 664

written in. 593
Winds, all. contrary to a crazy ship.
871

and tempests, represses the. 579

blow, 306

blow, blow ye, 42

come as the, 273

courted by all the, 200

do blow, the stormy. 66. 239

easy to sail with propitious, 535

fail, when, take to the oars. 517

keen hollow. 251

of heaven, beteem the. 311

of words. 207

on the side of ablest navigators. 142

shoreward blow. 5

sport of the. 540

that bear me far. 259

the docile, are released. 561

the felon, 223

the viewless, 279

to seas are reconciled. 220

to strive with the. 512

wailing. 35

who will use all. 135

wild as the, 373

wish fair, may waft him, 259

with propitious, 703

with wonder whist. 225
Wind's fickleness, to complain of the,
671

side, pull down your hat on the. 843
Winding sheet a wave. 127
Windmill, cheese and garlic in a, 294

you cannot make a. go with bellows.
888
Window, air of a. 853

out of the, 17

richly peint, 78

tax. description of, 532
Windows, from his. nothing save his
own. 363

of the sky. 375

richly dight. 221

that exclude the Ught, 153



Windsor, beasts at. 92

Windward of the law. 80

Windy. England pestilent when not. 492

Wine, a cunning wrestler, seizes the

feet. 582
a Jug ox, 133

after good, a good horse. 752
and anger, racked by. 707
and beasts supplied our feasts. 240
and gambling. 466
and wenches. 886
and women. 61. 199
before you. with the. 558
best, is someone's else's. 864
bibbers, more old. than old doctors.

866
bred child seldom ends well. 747
by measure. 772
cannot know, by the barrel. 888
' cares put to flight by, 707

cask, to go mad about the broken

seal of a. 501
clouds wisdom. 561, 881
counsels in. seldom prosper. 767
dispel cares with. 621
doth deface. 160
drank the red. through the helmet,

272
erred through. 420
for old. a new song. 662
for thy stomach's sake. 436
friendships made in. 368
gaming, women and, 782
good, 3, 300
good at the right time, evil at the

wrong. 514
good, needs no brandy. 787
good, needs no bush. 287. 786 /

good, needs no public crier. 786
good, sells itself, 787
has played the infidel, 134
hate like business or bad. 140 not9
he drinks no, 295
Homer's praises of, 575
in bottle doth not quench. 865
in, see another's heart, 809
insist on another drinking. 177
insolence and, 212
invisible spirit of. 323
is a good familiar creature. 324
is a mocker, 417
is a turncoat. 886
is in. wit is out. 881

iar. the ass to the empty. 622
indies wrath. 707
lordUest in their. 220
love of woman and a bottle of. 860
lover of, 269
lust and. 160
n^agnanimity of. 210
makes all sorts of creatures. 886
maketh merry. 419
mellow like good. 241
milk and. 826
misused. 222
more of. than oil. 454
nature not unlike. 108
near my dying mouth. 588
neither keeps secrets nor promises, 886
new. into old bottles. 426
not the. but the salmon, 110
nothing more hurtful to health

than, 605
o'er a glass of, 81
of life is drawn. 309



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Wine, old, 12

Old. aod an old friend. 835

old. and old ttozies. 652

on milk, 807

one thinff. drankenness another
489

OTor Yennt. >nperioiit7 of, 210

pays for his lodging. 886

prees. I hare trodden the. 421

qaarrels canted by. 572

rather like bad, 116

relish to our. 237

rose red ont of. 355

stimnlates the mind. 706

stnnff the sense like. 355

snoh a bottle of. has not deserred
to die. 491

sweetest, makes sharpest Tinegar.
851

that cost nothing. 886

that maketh glad. 415

the four-year-old. 521

to good, no sign. 787

to mnrder. by mixing. 669

tobacco, debts, dice, oaths, 69

truth in. 471. 562

Venns cold without. 679

washes oil the daub, 886

we had said more, had we had more.
454

what sudden friendship, from. 142

when it is red, 417

wheU the wit. 242

wholesome, 365

wiU make glad. 707

wisdom obscured by. 668

without a song. 241

woman, and song. 372. 736
Wines, clarify your, 668

that had sucked the fire. 363
Winecnp and song, 677
Wing, ever on the. 409

not on accustomed, nor feeble. 615

the human soul take. 56

when she has tired her. 269
Wings, add. 213

are stronger, little. 363

as swift as meditation. 313

cannot fly without. 801

fly with your own, 779

girt with golden. 222

gone on swallow's. 169

her sooty, 338

lend your. 253

mount on natiye. 22
- o' the Mornin', the. 186

obscene. 84

of the morning, take the. 416

of the wind. 414

on wide waring. 105

or feet. 214



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