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buds and withers in a day ...k 45 bitter woe the fate of many.a 225 wither before they see the...2 119 'neath w's weeping willow..p 225 content to w., pale and...... 144 makes a house of woe........i 227

wither and die in a day......e 155 teach me to feel another's w.m 228 Withered-w, in the stagnantair. 578 nurse of second woe*.......

..f 263 withered, faded, pressed.....v 154 in her voiceless woe......... 266 withered is the garland*..

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thus woe succeeds a woe....y 266 W., and so wild in their*.....0401 one woe doth tread*.........g 267 flower the mind has w...... g 349 liberty is lash'd with woe*..d 229

and wither'd in my hand....e 424 melt at other's woe..........u 413 Withering-weak withering age. .h 5 share of mortal woe........bb 231

with’ring on the virgin thorn* d 94 the wildest woe is love......C 239 burned among the w. leaves.d 376 it is the one great w. of life..b 239

maidens w.on the stalk ......t478 woe to him, * * who has....r 217 Withhold-in mercy what we..u 344 a case to be exempt from w.p 194 Within-I may be beautiful w...g 19 a charm for every woe......9 200

best in me comes from w.... a 144 name awakens all my woes.. b 316 within would feign go out...9256 denies all eloquence to woe... 443 but I have that w. which*...C 187 waste brings woe............: 492 my grief lies all within*.

a sad variety of woe.........a 316 Without-they that are w......9 256 woes again by viewing mine*.s 397

no living with thee or w.....8 167 Woful-young? ah, w. when ...l 486

w. dying, 0 how sweet to die.k 392 woful stuff this madrigal....d 340 Withstand-virtue to w. the..... 455 heard the w. words she told*.u 187 Witness-still of excellency*...h 203 Woke-I woke, and found that..s 98 Witty-best thing to being w..a 471 Wolf-the w's have prey'd*...... 16

I am not only w. in myself*.d 472 the wolf behowls the moon*..: 225 awaken'd the w. and fair....h 450 Wolfsbane-w. I should dread...t 161 w. and it shan't be long.....e 396 Woman-a woman's reason* ....W 14

and witty to talk with......g 478 but a woman's might*.
Wives-their w. have sense*....f 258 do you tell me of a w's*......8 72

changes when they are w.... i 258 believe a woman.............p 75
some poison'd by their w.*. w 367 his hand on woman ......
our wives read Milton.......a 340 woman's plighted faith.......8 95
when wives are dead........1 464 w. oweth to her husband*....6 99
with their four wives.......u 494 a woman's envy.............0 103

maids must be wives, and...r 474 beauty as a woman's eye*....8 110 Woe-woe lustre gives to man... f 5 woman take an elder*

sings his song of woe.........t 28 lost and won, than w's are*.g 258 knowledge leads to woe.......8 55 its higest power in woman..t 472 the busy man ne'er wanted wj 66 w's grief is like a summer...v 472 ne'er wail their present woes* y 72 oh, woman, perfect woman, x 472 sabler tints of woe..

worthless w.! mere cold clay.y 472 woe is in all worlds sent...

a woman, so she's good......e 473 till not a woe the bleak world. 52 spring from woman's breast.m 473 heavier than all thy woes*...p 91 breath'd out in a woman's.m 473 world, but grief and woe*....991 what a stranger is woman...n 473 worst of woes that wait ......h 90 the w. pardon'd all except...0 473 or woe upon thy life*......... i 96 sigh'd-till woman smil'd...p 473 though a ponderous woe......m 41 woman and man all social...8 473 woe that love or reason.......r 46 woman's counsel brought us.u 473 and the suits of woe*........c 187 w's lot is made for her by.

.. 474 of deep woe are brackish.....1427 beauty of a lovely woman...c 474 prohibition, root of all ourw.x 166 as a tender woman's face....d 474 life of woman is full of woe..u 474 reserve is woman's genuine. f 474 the balm of woe...

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the torrent of a w's will.....g 474 sleep, the friend of woe......v391 mist is dispellid when a w..9 474 worst of w's that wait on age.s 394 woman stoops to folly.......k 474 woe, we every bliss must...e 397 woman's empire, holier....m 474 I'll taste the luxury of woe..f397 counseling but her w's heart.n 474 scorn insult our solemn woe.k 398 a woman will, or wont ......0474 make a man forget his woe..w 467 woman! thou wert fashioned.p 474 striving to tell his woes.....q 382 holiest end of w's being....

.....1 474 in love bewrays more woe...k 383 life of woman is full of woe.u 474 works gave signs of wo.....m 384 earth's noblest thing, a w...b 475 horrid, hideous notes of w... v 347 cunning w. is a knavish fool.c 475 smiles of joy, the tears of w.m 484 woman's noblest station is..d 475 woe to the hand that shed*. m 280 allowed is a beautiful w..... ..f 475 where knowledge leads to w.t 205 voice of a good woman... h 475 to suffer woes which hope...d 332 the greatest is a woman..... i 475 who felt another's woe......8 332 lovelier car be found in w.. vl 475

woman rules us still.........p 475 books were woman's looks... 475 woman whose form and....8 475 woman be there, there is....8 475 lovely woman! nature.......v 475 ills have not been done by w.w 475 betray'd the Capitol? a w...w 475 Troy in ashes? woman......W 475 still be a woman to you..... y 475 woman giv'n the last....

.. 476 woman, the last, the best....d 476 w's at best a contradiction..f 476 w. is the most inconsistent..h 476 w.! in our hours of ease.....k 476 weak a thing the heart of w.*.o 476 w., impudent and mannish*.q 476 woman, mov'd is like a*.....r 476 fra ilty, thy name is woman*.u 476 tell me of a woman's tongue*. v 476 w's nay doth stand for* . ....W 476 make a perfect w. she*......b 477 I grant, I am a woman*......C 477 a w. that lord Brutus took*. c 477 a w. well-reputed Cato'g*....c477 who is't can read a woman* .i 477 till all graces be in one w*. , k 477 woman; therefore to be won*0477 never yet fair w., but she*. .r 477 a woman's only virtue*......t 477 love her, that she is a w*....* 477 would it not grieve a w*.....a 478 woman, gentle woman dare.. f 478 woman is the lesser man... j 478 current of a woman's will...k 478 a woman's highest name....l 478 his head was woman took...0478 a w. to be like a cloud.......p 478 a woman and the moon.....p 478 dye because a w's faire......9 478 perfect w., nobly planned....8 478 shameless w. is the worst....0478 a woman always feels.......h 480 great to be a woman as......0 186 woman and music should*.n 492 woman in this scale........ j 321 w's pleasure, w's pain.......€ 462 w's happiest knowledge.....$ 464 woman may err.............g 475 for one w. who affronts.....g 475 understanding, a woman*..m 476 w. in this humour woo'd*..c480 w. in this humour won....c 480 move a woman's mind*.....€ 480 damnable, deceitful w......W 475 so unto the man is woman..c 257 is w's happiest knowledge...j 257 that is kind in w's breast.... i 259 if the boy have not a w's gift*: 178 a child is w's wisdom.......k 279 w. be shining uncourted ...m 153 paths lead to a w's love .....1 332 like the best woman......... 224 w. loves a w., it is of grace... e 241 w's smile and girlhood's...m 378 a w., naturally born to*.....

i 121 cannot win a woman*. ..f 125 in love with some woman* woman that deliberates..... 238 a w. says she loves a man...j 239 'tis w's whole existence.....y 239 but the woman died........ 484

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an excellent thing in w*.....l 456 vigor, not by vaunts is won.c 408 stately children of the wood. i 142 sweet as the presence of a w*k 410 woman in this humor won* c 480 death in the wood ...........e 143 than woman's lightness*....k 368 things won are done .......

teachers had been the woods.i 108 Womanhood-she grew to w.....W 68 I have won by wooing thee*.1 479 ivy clings to wood or stone..k 143

sanctuary of her w...........e 241 incantations they won their k 479 in the lonely w's the jasmine.b144 heroic womanhood* ......8474 I am too quickly won..*.... q 479 when wild in woods......... 167

womanhood and childhood..e 487 whatever's lost it first was w.8489 whisper'd it to the woods....h 257 Womankind-belie their nature..l 47 Wonder-w why the setting...-c 411 the gaunt woods, in ragged.f273

faith in womankind beats...j 279 contents as you will w. at*.. k 316 within the solemn woods... m 277

w. had but one rosy mouth..h 473 wonders for such ends...... i 292 the woods are green* ........e 278 Womanly-s0 w., so benigne...r 473 His wonders to perform.....p 179 the violet in the wood.......f131 Womb-the fatal cannon's w*...k 91 w. how the devil they got...ee 495 within the woods......

his mother's womb......... 232 the wonder of the hour...... e 490 autumn w. the aster knows..[133 the womb of nature,........a 286 I w. if the sap is stirring yet.b 373 in the woods a fragrance....P 133

womb of the mountain......l 461 wonder how I can be glad....c 137 high sheltering woods...... Women-be more than w, wise ..i 43 w. of the world, whose spiky.f274 the dull gray wood........... 160

become some w. best.......p111 but undiscovered wonders.. 332 all the darksome woods...... f 411 from women's eyes*.

seize on the white wonder*. .b 222 woods are glad with song....a 157 when men are ruled by w.* h 183 still the wonder grew........r 227 woods or steepy mountains. j 243 women know no perfect love.k 241 w.lurketh in men's ears*....p 333 run through w's and meads.n 364 women as well as men.......g244 deal of wonder is broken* ...g 337 loved the shady woods...... j 436. fair women and brave men.cc 121 wonders of the world abroad* p 205

woods roared with strong....I 437 for women shed and use.....h 415 hide the wonders of the lane.b 437 bare and wintry w's we see.. 437 w's weapons, water-drops*.m 416 wonders of our stage........a 381 wailing through the woods..g 466 especially to women.........j 363 Wonderful-how w. is death ....p 85 woods' harmless shades, ....d 395 w., like princes, find few....e 475 w., dear, and pleasant....... 230 live in the woods with thee..n 395 a bevy of fair women........ how wonderful, is man......2 255 senators of mighty woods...d 439 who trusts himself to w.....4 475 w. is the human voice...... f 456 wailing winds and naked w's.f375 describe w's hypocrisies..... 475 Wondrous-makes one w. kind.g 413 woods and groves are of..... 271 work-tables of w's fingers.... i 476 this wondrous strange*..

wood that looked so grisly... 372 that women are so simple*..y 476 Wont-you will and you won't..bb 19 glory on the autumn woods. f 376 women are frail, too*. ......g 477 as thou wast wont to be*. ...u 245 pleasure in the pathless ws.a 334 women are as roseg*.

. a woman's will, or won't....0474 woods or steepy mountains. ; 243 two w. plac'd togetherx.... 4 477 if she won't, since safe and..o 474 my foes are the woods. ......d 404 doth oft make women proud* s 477 if she won't, she won't......9 474 Woodbine-her climb the w.....a 33 she is the rarest of all w.*... 477 Woo-the means of weakness*...m 7 woodbines hanging bonnilie,f 126 women guide the plot.......d 478 woo on, with odour wooing.v 152 cistus and w's are twining..o 364 worth one sentiment of w...m 478 woo the frozen world again.. i 373 with lush woodbine*

.....R 130 learned w. are to be found..n 478 men are April when they w.* i 258 in and out the woodbine's...g 250 women are angels, wooing*. f 480 wooes him to be wise... .c 265

in folds of dark woodbine....i 112 women must weep..........d 483 come not to woo honour*....f 200 Wood-bird-w-b's but to couple* i 450 loveliest of women ..........$ 472 woo the public eye...

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i 365 souls of women are so small.u 473

Duncan Gray cam' here to w.c 479 Wood-grape-when w-g's were.. a 296 seas and stormy women......i 473 shall teach me how to woo..k 479 Woodland-in the glooming w...828 gentilless these women have*q473 I cannot woo in festival*....0 479 thread the woodland ways... m 147 women with a mischief to..u 473

nor woo in rhyme, like......p 479 woodland dale we catch......1333 women are timid, cower and e 474

so thou wilt woo; but, else*..q479 woodland streamlets flow...I 135 then women show a front of e 474

my story and that would w.* r 479 on waste and woodland.....a 139 have been women's fools....1 474 were not made to woo*......d 480 w. violets reappear......... 160 women, from Eve, have .....1 474 is won that all desire to woo.e 479 w's hoary in the soft light..t 876 not left us women, or not... 1 474 wooes it with enamor'd.....e 467 primrose our w's adorn.....A 126 dear dead women, with such k 189 the wind, who woos*

w. paths with autumn...... 411 we w. bad men's privileges*.n 479 Wood-old wood to burn...

over the w's brown and bare.q 393 words are w., deeds are men.d 481 fill the woods with light......v 41 on woodland crests.

.€ 275 women alone, when in the..h 481 theo the wild woods await... ..22 22 tremulous w. things......

..c 133 works of w. are symbolical..p 482 wing to the rooky wood*.....g 23 now rings the woodland. ....433 in women, two almost divide.b 327 night, when the woods grow..c 29 | Woodlark-warbling w. stay....k 25

let us have wine andwomen.a 468 wide are these woods.... ,353 Woodman-w. spare that tree..0 432 Won-won right to the fruit....p 41 glared down in the woods.... i 409 Wooed-pensively he wooed....d 24 followed and so fairly won*...d 79 enter this wild wood... ...c 432

would be wooed and not...... 49 the race is won..

..8 82 woods more free from peril*.e 433 I woo'd you not*... ..^ 479 faint heart ne'er w. fair lady.n 71 fading many-colour'd woods. 433 woman in this humor w*. ...€ 480 not unsought be won......... 49 the woods are hush'd......... 433 we should be woo'd ande, ..d 480 showed how fields were won.n 311 when woods begin to wear...y 456 Woof-weave the woof. .2 117 melancholy as a battle won..h 461 gay w's and in the golden air.c 466 Wooing-to cross their w.. honor is not won...........k 199 w's against a stormy sky....g 323 ha, ha! the wooing o't......C 479 woman;

therefore to be w.*..0477 more quick than woods*..... 480 never wedding, ever w......g 479 that should be won.......

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land, set out to plant a wood.e 463 if I am not worth the w.... j 479 lost and won, than womans* g 258 through the gaunt woods....$ 467 I have won by wooing thee*.1 479 won as towns with fire*.....0 406 he talks of wood*............8 301 women are angels wooing*. f 480 when the shore is won......a 408 along this quiet wood road.. a 141 | Wool-like footsteps upon wool.d 29

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art is built of words......
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words repeat of peace..

.......g 578 ungodly deeds find me the w's.z 8 good w., nor princely favour*.1 62 chance is a w. void of sense.. v 44 no words can paint......

.W 49 all words are faint..

..W 49 his words are bonds, his*....u 50 words move slow...

.W 76 He was the Word that........k 56 deeds not words........ brother spake no word.......k 95 talkative, address good w's..s 100 their w's of wisdom perish..g 115 eyes are songs without w's.u 108 that fatal word-howe'er...m 116 yesterday the w. of Cæsar*..u 118 your words I catch*. .1 120 the wisest word man reache3.j 141 thy words by adding fuel to. u 182 foolish w's and empty story.k 184 an army of good words*....m 163 more quick than words*.....8 480

if she respect not words*....e 480 of painting words...........u 237 the words of God..

........C 402 that once familiar word. last words of Marmion......$ 452 conceit in pompous words. .e 407 'breathe and w's that burn.... 419 some ten words long*........$ 294 I'll take my word for faith*. 291 words once spoke can never.a 481 our words have wings, but..b 481 words were meant for deeds.c 481 w's are women, deeds are....d 481 words are wise men's........€ 481 of words we may contend...h 481 words are the daughters of.. i 481 words gladden so many a.. w's are men's daughters.....1481 recall a word once spoken..m 481 words, however, are things..o 481 words he disdains to control.o 481 words are the motes of..... .j 480 w's are like sea shells on....

...j 480 w's of affection, howsoe'er..k 480 'tis a word, that's quickly...l 480 words are things...

...........m 481 words are like leaves. ..... & word, at random spoken..9 481 a fine volley of words*...... 481 but words are words*.......$ 481 mouth as household words*.1 481 good words are better than*.u 481 time lies in one little word*.w 481 wanton springs, end in a w*.w 481 weigh’st thy words before*. x 481 doubled with an evil word.*y 481 have bereft me of all words*.2 481 my words fly up, my*.......a 482 W's without thoughts never*a 482 words are razors to my*. ....b 482 where w's are scarce, they*.c 482 breathe their words in pain*.c 482 and yet w's are no deeds*...d 482 anpack my heart with w's*.e 482

words, words, words*.

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.f 383 words are grown so false*...g 482 more woe than words...... .lc 383 words, words, mere words*.,h 482 will not speak a word*. bethump'd with words*. .... i 482 what! gone without a word*u 383 do when we speak words... j 482 hath better deeds than w's*.u 383 words are but holy as the... k 482 he sinks without a word.....i 386 what may words say.. ..1 482 to side the field of words.....c 400 what may words not say,....l 482 words are so no more....... f 400 such as thy words are. .m 482

with what words to pray.... 34 the artillery of words....... 482 my prayers are not words*..h 345 cunningly built of words....0 482 keep the word of promise*..q 347 words well bedded also in...0 482 heaven hath my empty w's*.. 345 word is as good as the bank.h 199 sounds like a prophet's w..w 347 what is that word, honor*... u 199 every word stabs*...........p 477 I am come to keep my w*.

slow in w's is a woman's*... 477 w's are the transcript..

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a poem without words......C314 is the transcript of words... i 480 appears in the form of w's...f 481 careful of our words as of...n 480 words are not only..........g 481 words are freeborn, and not.o 480 w's of comfort availed not..k 481 w's indeed are but the signs.p 480 wash no shore, w's wander..n 481 w's have the least blemish..9 480 is the w. they wish to hear.. i 315 w's are the voice of the.....r 480 of the unpleasant'st words*. i 316 words that weep, and tears..$ 480 silent speaking words....... 316 immodest w's admit of no...t 480 the words that dropped......1317 words are so no more.......0 419 no w's suffice the secret.....r 443 the worst of words*........aa 420

if a word could save me.... r 444 fine words! I wonder......... 351 that w. were not the truth..r 444 w's he has wished unsaid...$ 356 keep thy word justly* .. sad words of tongue or pen..v 356 give me but one kind word..r 326 every w. a reputation dies ..a 360 words pay no debts*.... jj purgation did consist in w's*w431 as w's could never utter.....c 501 tricky w. defy the matter*..m 163 w's are taught you from her.m 473 write her fair words..

i 166 to neither a w. will I say.... i 474 than labor'd words..

e 256 thro' the arched roof in w's.v 324 not words, and kiss i 259 w's are images of thoughts..

..m 395 w's, do move a woman's*....v 178 soft w's, with nothing in.... 396 he commands us in his w...q 179 give sorrow words*.

..........p 397 in that charming word......h 201

a flow of words..... w. and thing most beautiful a 277 actions and w's all of a color.y 469 how few words are needed...e 169 Wordy-excel us in this w. war.h 481 w's, that utter'd all the souli 170 Work-play for lack of work*.....11 words all ears took captive*.u 331 the son of his own works.....0 47 into every heart his words... 209 our mightiest works die too..a 92 urging of that w., judgment*r 218 our work is not design....... 92 there is no such w. as fail...y 331

hand alone my work can do... 11 philosophy lies in two w's...j 332 rejoiced that winter's work...t 41 that word, that kiss.......,m 222 word and your w. and your..d 64 w's are but the signs of... m 226 w. begun how soon absolv'd.. 74 breathe their w's in pain*...p 226 in every work regard the.....t 76 tone than by unexpected w.a 380 if faith produce no work....a 113 burning w's and praises....u 126 at her flowery w doth sing..i 390 flowers are words. ..........d 127

who has found his work.....v 482 w's, for they but half can...p 129 w.of body or mind appointed. i 483 w's could e'er have spoken..p 129 w., thou shalt ride over.....p 225 a carnival of words.....

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work with a stout heart.....p 225 w's spoke of in Scotland*...p 121 now let it work* they spake not a word*...... 121 done thy long day's work...d 362 drops some careless word....i 122 knowledge of thy works..... 286 task me to my word*....

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when his work is ended......1 288 lightest w. would harrow*.

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w. of many thousand men...s 366 speak one simple word...

his heart was in his work....y 192 made answer to my word....v 413 work some praise

...........0 193 words learn'd by rote........f 414 as tedious as to work*.

.......k 197 audience for a w. or two*...p 414 man's sublimest works......0407 ill w. may empoison liking*.s 414 the work some praise........1296 far too big for words........V 415 better the rudest w.,that tells.o 296 w. for w, without book*.....1 237 will judge of a great work...n 298 worship without words...... 440 no considerable w. was ever.o 298 told me words of peace......p 360 portrays himself in his w's..c 299 is more eloquent than w's..k 382 steal their works..... .e 300 words would not come...... 382

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w's of women are symbolical.p 482 paid the worth of our work.p 482 got leave to w. in this world.q 482 measure not the work until..8 482 work is alone noble.........u 482 a work, a life-purpose.......V 482 genuine work alone.........W 482 all true work is sacred. work, were it but true....... 482 ourselves only in our work..c 483 men must w. and women ...d 483 w. is not born with him.....9 483 always work, and tools......g 483 w. under our labour grows...j 483 work first, and then rest.....l 483 thine to work as well as pray.q 483 work without hope draws...7 200 with works to lie and read... 353 men's works have an age.

.2 356 get myself into more work*. i 319 truth is the work of God....a 446 falsehoods are the w. of man.a 446 w. by crime to punish crime.d 448 what w's, my countrymen*.bb 499 her noblest w. she classes, 0.b 473 and best of all God's w's....m 475 the last, best work......

...a 476 four pages, happy work.....a 306 his wild w. so fanciful......n 393 God never made his w. for... 469 still work for the minute.....t 330 w. the silent part is best.....2 383 works gave signs of wo.....m 384 work, worship....

..7 343 of greatest w's is finisher*..W 398 faith and w's together grow.a 113 man their works must eye*. .j 112 God is at work on man ......c 181 the first great work..........6 251 the noblest work of God.....g 254 what a piece of w. is a man*.e 255 w. of genius is tinctured.....g 177 thy glorious w's Parent of...j 180 the w. an unknown good....t 209 w's of the intellect are great.r 213 greatest works is finisher*.. j 218 let her work prevail........,W 224 W., feed thyself, to thine own.f 225

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work-and pure slumbers...p 225 Worked-I w. with patience....8 327 Working-times and ways of w.c 219

fingers working everywhere.e 370

hum of mighty workings....8 185 Workman-no workman's steel..n 74

in respect of a fine workman*.g319 Workmanship-w. of heaven...h 290 Workshop-w. of the student....p 68

w's gleam and glow..........6 317 Work-table-w-t's of women's.. i 476 World-w's enclosed should on...g1

with the azure world......... 24 silence set the world in tune.l 28 gave his honors to the w.*....9 84 the world will disagree....... 53 by the dull world is ill....... 33 lend me to the world.........134 hark, the world so loud...... i 39 are a substantial world.......40 the movers of the w., so still..i 39. the world was void...........d 47 this world is not for aye*.....0 46

broad as the world... .2 49 let the world slide.

.k 66 what would the world be...... 54 all the world can't find....... 58 world was made of nothing.. waves o'er the world......... 82 the world will turn...... ..181 the world no joy but. .....a 79 good-bye, proud world........t 80 about the pendent world*....c 85 when Rome falls--the world..a 59 world goes whispering to....n 90 to peep at such a world......u 65 a map of the whole world.....2 65 and all the world contains...m 45 though the whole world turn.8 48 I am in this earthly world*... 50 heart of the w., I leap to thee.d 69 Britain is a world by itself*. .k 69 this little world*. ten to the world allot... 1 424 how the world is given to*...t 113 the world grew pale.........d 115 most enjoy the world.... ...g 103 w. to darkness and to me....v 105 allured to brighter worlds...u 106 80 runs the world away*.....l 119 who in this w. would rise...a 144 good deed in a naughty w.*.k 182 and say to all the world*....0 254 foremost man of all this w.* c 255 western w. believe and sleep.j 369 see how the w. its veterans..e 234 imagination rules the world.y 206 waiting world, awaking.....b 275 the well-balanced world.....0282 world were in deep waters...c 285 all the w. will be in love*....e 246 make me such another w.*..n 246 in worlds whose course......$ 250 w. thrust forth a vanity*....k 451 in this vicious world........t 451 glorious indeed is the w.....U 213 world of God within us.....u 213 sun, of this great w. both...r 409 varying shore o' the world*. .t 409 wish th' estate o' the w.*....u 409 were of another world....... 420 whose bend doth awe the w.sa 382 far from the clamorous w....e 395 we enter the world alone....g 395 w. where strong temptations.i 395 wide w. is knit with ties....v 396 the crush of worlds.......... r 398 can we divine their world...( 469 give the world the lie........i 399 than this world dreams of...t 345 serve God before the world..v 345 Hand which moves the w...W 345 because the w. is populous*. j 347 bubble burst, and now a w..r 348 this world never satisfies....u 474 the world must be peopled*..l 258 friendships of the world.....c172 is there anything in the w..q 173 world is most blessed........t 174 what a world were this......9176 dropt on the w.—a sacred....0178 I have not loved the world..8 208 gave all w's our Christ the..a 274 this lovely world, the hills..o 138

world more fair and sweet...g 140 cold and hollow world.......d 279 there's not a joy the world..0 216 he lost the world............ t 292 O what a glory doth this w..z 225 like the pleasures of the w.* j 130 we came into this world*....d 171 poetry, like the world........9339 the world is full of poetry...7 339 between two w's life hovers.d 231 sleep hath its own world....g 389 there are two worlds..... world that we feel with our..p 232 in this world of ours........a 240 the world is great...... know the w., not love her...7 455 have the worship of the w.... 368 world will listen to my lays..r 368 another and a better world..p 193 there is a world above....... 193 w.! if to thee, sin-stained...m 194 strange to the world..... up stairs into the world...... 407 say to all the world*. the w. is not thy friend* ....c 267 sword throughout the world.e 233 honest, as this world goes*..r 198 the world's grown honest*... 198 the world desires to know..m 299 world is full of chances...... 483 the world's a bubble, and....8483 high up the crowd of worlds..( 483 twisted, topsy-turvy world..u 483 world's use is cold world's love is vain........... 183 world's cruelty is bitter bane.r 183 wide world is all before us.. to 483 but a w. without a friend... 483 such is the world............2483 true sovereign of the world..y 483 moulds the w. like soft was. y 483 w's an inn, and death the....2 483 world is a bride superbly..aa 483 world's a theatre, the earth..b 484 if all the world must see..... 484 as the world the world hath, e 484 it were better for the world..e 484 the world had never been....e 484 w. in all doth but two nations.f 484 this pendent world..........k 484 world was all before them....2 484 this w. is all a fleeting show. in 481 all the uses of this world*...484 world is grown so bad*......p 484 then the w's mine oyster*...$ 484 world, world, O world*....... 484 this world, surely is wide.... 484 80 many w's, so much to do so 484 what is the world to them ... 484 the world is a comedy to....y 484 the world's all title-page.....2 484 the world's all face........ blows and buffets of the w.*.n 355 holds out this world.........$ 358 two worlds had gone to war.k 185 doth bestride the narrow w. f 186 w.agrees, that he writes.....d 316 the w. knows nothing of its. j 186 w. has nothing to bestow....8 190 count the world a stranger*.m 431 the rising world of waters...q 461

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such stuff the w. is made of.g 491 this is the worst*.

what deep w's ever closed...0 485 let the world siuk...

ye have done your worst.... j 165 scars, that never felt a w*...9 485 the busy world shoves....... 324 for when, at worst, they say.l 165 through her w's doth fly*....r 485 as the world, harmoniously.h 323 suffer the worst that man*..a 451 knife's that makes my w.*...8 485 better world than this*. .u 326 the worst is not so long*....u 267 show you sweet Cæsar's w's.t 485 third o' the world is yours*.1 464 give thy worst of thoughts*aa 420 private wound is deepest*..

...4 485 the world was sad...........p 473 let's reason with the worst*.q 354 the w. of peace is surety*....0 485 you wedded all the world*...6 477 the worst pursue.......

...d 462 what w. did ever heal, but*.1 485 herald of a noisy world.,....Y 305 things present, worst*. .....n 498 feelings have got a deadly w.p 346 when the world's is shut....g 392 things at the w. will cease*. m 499 over thy w's now do I*.. ...m 280 society is as ancient as the w.g 394 is the worst of men.........v 478 wound my honour......... w 198 the world is full of horrors..d 395 his w. of all whose kingdom.d 304 take away the grief of a w.*.u 199 how the world wags*.........C 426 do thy worst, old time*. ..f 426 or w. a heart that's broken. ( 481 w., and all her fading sweets*f 426 friend should be the worst*.u 485 Wounded-error, w., writhes...p 443 till I eat the world at last....r 427 Worth-w. makes the man... ..k 50

razors to my w'd heart*.....b 482 Worldling-w's can enjoy......e 228 not w. this coil that's made*..j 91 like a wounded snake, drags.t339 Worldly-in common w.things *r 210 show me but thy worth*. .: 44 Woven-sorrows woven with... f 118

W., but not worldly wise*.... i 496 sad relic of departed worth...f 69 rainbow;--all woven of light.n 352 Worm-pick for a minute the w.g 22 money will buy money's w..h 114 Wrack-blow, wind! come w.*. f 459

all food alike for worms......081 prize not to the worth*......c 108 in winter's wild wrack......p 422 fattings for the worms....... r 85 is a matter of more worth*..h 258 Wrap-wrap our bodies in*.....h 460 darkness and the worm ....... 86 whose worth's unknown*.. w's the drapery of his couch.k 360 of worms, and epitaphs*.....m 91 best can judge a poet's worth.i 335 | Wrapper-open your folded w..h 136 dissension is a viperous w.*.m 95 the w. of the thing is given.q 178 Wrath-nursing her wrath to....u 10 worms have eaten them*. ...Z 254 'tis virtue, wit and worth....j 485 the measure of my wrath*... .j 11 gilded tombs do w's infold*. u 184 how thy w. with mannerg* . m 485 pardon, not wrath, is God's..h 165 worms, they hiss at me... ..i 462 w. reading were but read....d 353 bruising irons of wrath*....f 460 let concealment, like a w.*..v 328 his worth is warrant for* ....9 463 Wrathful-heart, be w. still*... i 498 outvenoms all the w's of*...9387

domestic worth-that shuns.d 475 Wreath-in duskier wreaths.... 0447 Worn-w. some twenty years...8 116

slow rises worth by poverty.m 341 while our wreaths of parsley.j 468 which would be worn now*..e 324 not be measured by his w.*..1 398 w's that glory on his path...d 363 fingers weary and worn.. . 1 341 slave takes half his w. away d 388 twines her rosy-tinted w.....i 133

on the worn spirit shed...... 389 if I am not worth the wooing j 479 throw sweet garland w's.....h 129
Worry-w. and devour each....k 457 paid the worth of our work.. p 482 a simple wild flower wreath.r 129
Worrying-prints of w. cares...d 304 whatever is w. doing at all..y 482 she wore a wreath of roses...b 151
Worse-whatever be her cause..p 14 what is worth in anything...j 485 wreath of dewy roses........6 152

gods, they change for worse... 45 but in purchase of its worth.w 487 grac'd with w's of victory* .. v 452
mended that were worse......8 45 approve thy w. the greater*.0 387 in thy sweet garden grow w's.q:00
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.447 Worthier-hath many a w. son... 202 w. of honor ought to grace...j 199 worse is an evil fame.. .p 114 Worthy-for thou art worthy...i 139 Wreck-vomitest thy wrecks....1427 I have seen worse....

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in friendships some are w...v 174 escapes the w. of worlds.....0 399 worse than despair....... .a 202 worthy of this noble wife*...p 258 if, rising on its wrecks...... 107 no w. a husband than the*...f 204 make one w. man my foe....$ 336 around the wrecks of time...e 161 from bad to worse..

.W 267 behold me! I am worthy.....i 239 hope creates from its own w.w 201 remedy is w. than the disease.1362 foemen worthy of their steel.: 458 w. of matter, and the crush. 9 207 bark is worse than his bite..2 492 he will seem w. of your.....7 250 in the wreck of noble lives...f 233 best, he is little worse*. ....cc 499 you are a worthy judge*....k 217 Wrecked-men have oftest w.... 494 I was worse than nothing*..ee 499 Wot-than wots the miller of*..s 461 Wren-a musician than the w.*.n 28 not much the w. for wear.... 303 | Would-for this "w." changes*. .1 46 robin-red-breast and the w... j 31 more thou stir it the worse. . 490

thou art what I would be....n 78 I took the wren's nest........6 34 Worship-work, worship.... . 343 not what we would be...

w's in snugness may compare.d 31 pay no w. to the garish sun*.e 246 how would you be*....... .k 218 w., the most diminutive of*..c 34 have the w. of the world...... 368 he shall not when he w.-a. j 495 under way for little Mr.Wren. ; 22 from true worship's gold....b 412 but fly not where we would.b 481 w's make prey where eagles*aa 384 making it less a w. than.....q 242 Wound-he wounds to cure, and.k 53 Wrestle-with us strengthens..6 405 man always worships....... 485 bind up my wounds*........

wave and whirlwind wrestle. 1381 than the loss of worship.....d 485 to wound thy lord, thy king*.p 51 to wrestle, not to reign... . 482 worship without words..

that wound are soft to heal...d 52 rise, O youth, and wrestle...d 487 the pious worship of God....357 w's with incessant strokes....g 62 Wrestled-winds of September w.a467 who worship dirty gods*.

now purple with love's w.*..n 118 Wrestler-it is a cunning w....k 468 Worshipped-w.when blooming n 153 and kiss dead Cæsar's w's*...a 184 Wrestling-prevailed by w. ere.v 345

when all our fathers w......6 445 venomed dart scarce w's.....e 380 Wretch-meanest wretch they...135 Worshipper-than do thy w's*. .k 44 these w's to seek out thee*..g 263 the poorest wretch in life... i 256 nature mourns her w........ 337 w's of fire are hard to bear...g 239

and leaves the w. to weep...g 173 dies among her worshippers.p 443 willing to wound...........a 370 vengeance on the w. who...d 363

th' unreasoning worshipper.7 475 w. up the grand automaton.e 370 wretch condemned with life.y 200 Worst-w. men often give the best.j4 felt a stain like a wound....6 199 letters for some wretches aid.u 315

treason has done his worst*.,n 83 that wounds nine miles.....f 309 curs'd be that wretch......aa 300 worst that man can breathe*.m 72 men write and die of w's.... 398 Wretched-to relieve the w...... v 52 abused, among the worst.....a 38 I have some wounds*. .d 381 but thou the wretched.... the worst is death*........

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