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spring from trifling c's......t 520 Conquer-he c's twice who....j 511 will shrink from no crime..a 571 Citadel-the c. of the senses...m 549 conquer you must..........d 513 Criminal-ear to c. charges.....1658 City-he found the c. of brick..n 510 will conquer more surely....j 558 Crop-after a bad crop you..... 558 Clay-moist and soft clay...... u 509 Correct-as nature made it, is c.r 550 rested gives a beautiful c....$ 560 Clearness-is often obscurest..m 553 Corinth-man cannot go to C..t 537 Cross-bears a c. for his crime.n 514 Clemency-c. alone makes us ..k 541 Corrupt-more c. the state .....k 512 Crow-pardons the crows while.s 507 Climbing-c. a dfficult road

all things can corrupt.. ..h 521 if the crow had been........9 527 Closely-the more c. you can...e 570 or tried to corrupt you ..... 535

rarer than a white crow...... 546 Cloud-whether c's obscure....u 511 Corrupted-c. by domestic.....n 570 Crowd-rest of the crowd were.q 517 Cloudy-the sunny and the c.. r 556 Cottage-in a c. there may be..n 553 some of the crowd will say..b 539 Comfort-c. derived from the...t 511 Council-oh the blind c's..... p 521 Cruel-what is more cruel than.n 569

it is often a comfort in......8523 cautious than by severe c's .p 555 Cruelty-he devoted to c.......p 568 the comforts of another.....y 526 Counsel-c's are the safest.....9 512 Cultivate-c. it carefully........ 538 c. and refuge of adversity..

light which can take c....... i 534 first to cultivate the soil.... 545 fault in a great comfort.....j 571 prudent counsels at home..k 557 Cultivation-c. of the fields....e 604 Comfortably-enough to live o.g 563 follows hasty counsels.......d560 the cultivation of the mind..541 Command-under the c. of..... 533 honest counsels gain vigor..j 568 Cup-the cup and the lip......0522 Commander-some day a c.....i 551 Count-if you count the sunny.r 556 Cupid-C. will lose its power..n 545 Common-it is a c. saying. ..h 529 | Counted-not be c. among.....b537 Cur-cur bark more fiercely...h 514

certainly common to all..... i 563 Countenance-by the c.... ....u 504 Cure-it is part of the cure to..f 548 Commonwealth-a c. cannot be. i 533 a pleasing countenance. ...i 505 postpone the cure of a year..e 549 Community-to join in c.......1 523 changes of his countenance.m 508 a part of the cure.... .k 564 Companion-a pleasant c. on a.o 510 c. is the portrait of... ......c 509

Cured-often been c. by delay.. i 518 without a companion.......

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a pleasing countenance......f 510 c. unless they are probed.... 547 Compare-c. great things......9 510 you have a gay c.........

.h 528 be c. in the process of time.d 548 Compelled-all c. to take.......e 516 c. from betraying.......... 534 Curii-they affect to be Curii..h 517

who can be c. knows........k 675 c. to survey the heavens....d 547 Custom-habit had made the c.v 534 Compensated-c. by the public.v 558 silent c. often speaks........ 565

D. Complain-to your stepmother.c511 Country-to die for one's c....n. 552 Conceal-men c. the past scenes.d 511 he dares for his country.. ..0 552 Danced-she d. much better...d 550

conceal what you wish .....t 526 love of country is more..... 552 Danger-boldly meet the d.. conceal that which is........k 563 a brave man's country. .....8552

timidity in the hour of d.... 514 Concealed-c. by another....... i 515 should prefer his country...1 552 see no danger to which......1516 Conceit-groundless c. of men..l 567 deserve well of one's c......k 552 dangers that threaten him.m 515 Conciliated-men's minds are cj 641 Courage-c. conquers all things.a 513 danger comes the sooner....n 515 Concealment-leave in c. what.g 558 c. in danger is half........

in extreme d. fear feels......e 524 lives by concealment ....

if he himself want c........ 513 situation of the utmost d....1 524 Concise-in laboring to be c ...e 511 courage leads to heaven....m 513 dangers which may happen.n 527 Concord-for c. in peace.......k 573 Course-follow a different c....r 518 high and above all danger...c 532 Condemn-c. what they do not c550 Court-defending cases in c....1 538 he is free from danger....... i 558 Condition-in a pitiable c......t 526 Covet-covet much.... .n 513 often attended with danger.d 569 Conduct-c. appear right.. 10 517 covet what is guarded..

share one common danger...j 570 bad c. soils the finest........k 521 covet's that of another .....y 513 Dangerous-it is d. for a.......C 555 honorable c. and a noble. ...a 534 | Coveting-c. those denied us...7 563 nothing is more d... 80 should you c. yourself...j 547 Coward-the mother of a c..... 514 Dare-to do something worthy.p 612

result of his own conduct...e 551 c. boasting of his courage..f 514 Daring-by d. great fears...... 512 Conflagration-raised a c.......t 525 Cowardly-a c. cur barks......h 514 high position without d.....0513 Confidence-c. will be like.....9511 c. is wickedness always.....p 521 Darkness-what thick d.......d 637

confidence is nowhere safe..h 511 is the most cowardly.. j 559 Day-last day does not bring..u 515. Conquered-I came, I saw, I c..8 572 Craft-heir of his paternal c....r 517 this day which thou fearest.p 516 Conqueror-c. is not so pleased.e 573 Crash-fall with a heavier crash.c 557 another day has arrived.....0 530 Conscience-keep a clear c....k 511 fall with a sudden crash.....( 669 every day is the scholar.....$ 543

state of a man's conscience. d 614 Credit-has just as much credit.s 527 dissolve until the last day..k 545 wretched than a guilty c....g 514 credit is proportioned......a 536 day which shines upon you.h 560

the weight of conscience....e 544 Crime-c. will bring remorse..m 514 wish for your last day....... 560 Consider-do not c. what......a 514 commit the same crimes....n 514 one day is pressed on by....r 567 Considered-c. long which can.k 558 whoever meditates a crime..o 514 day I shall always recollect..0 560 Consistent-c. with itself......k 509 where crime is taught......u 514 no day without sorrow......e 565

all things be consistent......e 570 the crime is everlasting.....w 514 the longest d. soon comes to.c 568 Consoler-a c. of the mind......2648 he who profits by crime.....c 515 Dead-care not if I were dead..s 515 Constancy-the pressure with c.h 512 while crime is punished....d 615 do you think that the dead..w 516 Contemplation-retrospective ck 549 consider it a crime..... .e 515 when one thinks it dead....a 519 Contemptible-is more c.......k 517 no crime has been without. f 515 he shall be revered when d..f 520 Consumed-c. by the hidden..w 546 c. successful c. is called.....g515 ceases when they are dead..m 520 Content-no one is c. with..... 518 does not prevent a crime....h 515 the life of the dead is placed.k 548

if you are content you.......g 563 crime has to be concealed...i 515 Death-he who has plotted d...j 512 Contest-c's generally excite...0 511 follows close on crime....... 558 wish for death is a coward's.e 514 Control-it will control you....0 504 on through every crime....6 559 I esteem death a trifle......a 515 Conversation-c. was brief......1 564 makes some c's honorable..u 565 death levels all things.......b 516 men's conversation is like.. j 565 crimes succeed by sudden...j 568

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in order to escape death..... i 516 Descent-who boasts of his d...1570 the d. of others will often... 522 death is not grievous to me..j 516 noble descent and worth,...k 561 disgrace of the age to envy..d 571 nothing but the image of d..l 516 Desert-they make a d. and call. i 553 Discraceful-a d. object....... k 513 death is best which comes...0 516 Deserved-d. it in our lives....0 548 it is a disgrace when ........0518 place death may await thee..q 516 Design-a bad heart, bad d's...t 521 Dishonorable-it is d. to say....e 555 death is a punishment..... .1 516 Desire-you must earnestly d..h 504 Dishonorably-is d. squandered a 564 before you invite death.... u 516 man has his own desires....v 509 Disposition-fretful d. make...d 509 an honorable d. is better. ..v 516 do not excite desire.........

& poble d. make men........a 534 a kind of death........

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to desire the same things....u 629 d. is excited by having......d 539 fear of death drives..........0 524 unknown there is no desire f 537 Disregard-disregard what the.b 564 d. puts an end to boastful..w 524 oftener that things we d....Y 546 Dissatisfied-d, with his own..c 520 merely the fear of death.....d 525 desire of greater increase...

it is d. with itself. ....... ..t 558 moment comes either d.....m 527 desire was to be silent..... .1 564 Dissimulation -d. creep..... ...d 517 death presses heavily on....h 537 being able weakens the d....0 564 Dissolute-among the dissolute.a 521 meet death for his country..r 537 the things we desire....... .8 568 Dissolution-rapid in their d...t 508 mercy often inflicts death...t 548 desire to know the truth.....4 568 Distinguish-else can we d... ., h 559 death to slavery and .j 552 Despair-rush to d. through....p 513 Distress-you see a man in d...r 510 O happy death which......

.1 552 never despair while under..m 518 help those who are in d.. ....s 510 death approaches which is...i 566 d. is a great incentive....... 518 great distress of another.... 511 Debt-a small debt makes a....a 517 Despise-he d's what he sought.l 508 a great help in distress......c 527 debt is a bitter slavery......6 517 despise not the gods...

.......i 541 Disturb-do not disturb us.....9503 I am in debt to nobody. ..a 538

it is not safe to despise......6 546 Divine-this particle of divine.b 522 Decay-increases but to decay.r 508 you may d. the tongues of...6 572 divine things delight it..... a 560

decays with the body,.. ..f 549 Despised-sooner when it is d..n 515 everything d. and human.... 561 Deceitful-nothing is more d...o 559 d. by the highest characters..) 523 Divinity-the d. who rules ... a 516 Deceive-you can't deceive me.o 517 | Destruction-the d. of us all....1515 other seat of divinity.

.......a 532 Deceived-d. by an appearance.f 517 great affairs brought to d....j 527 proof of its divinity, .... 560

deceived the whole world....p 517 the destruction of others.... 561 divinity within our breasts.o 565 Decency-are for d. and truth... 518 Destiny-fate and future d.....20 523 Do-do not do what is already.,e 507 Decide-though he d. justly....c 541 bear each one our own d.....2 523 what wilt thou do to thyself.o 539 Decided-can be d. but once...k 558 Destroyed-d. in the place......C 529 if anything remains to do...o 542 Decision-d's founded on.......1567 Carthage must be destroyed.( 572 cannot do what you wish...n 560 Declamation-the subject of d..h 539 Destructive-more and more d.6 549 Dogs-that pups are like dogs... 510 Decree-keep the d's of the.....d 533 Deviated-he who has once d..w 563 held by a small dog

h 555 Deed-is guilty of the deed.....0 514 Device-more powerful than d...f 551 Doing-the doings of men are..) 506

wicked deeds are generally...t 514 Devours-that d. all things.....9567 Dolphin-he paints a dolphin.m 537 the deeds of the righteous...x 517 Die-I do not wish to die.. ....8 515 Domain-praise a large domain.p 558 unless the deed go with it...b 518 we must certainly die....... 515 Done-in what is done or given.e 506 the deed be not committed..k 534 begin to die as soon as......h 516 what ought to be done......n 508 deed they come to see...... .a 535 die when world reaches..... 516 what is already done........8 507 about to commit a base d..

to die at the command.......t 516 what you have d. to another. u 560 good deeds in his day book..

..1 550 is to die twice...............t 516 nothing is well done unless.p 653 the deeds of men never...... 561 80 sad a thing to die.......... 516 unless done by himself.....p 563

praises the deeds of another..1 570 not to know how to die.....6 525 Door-reach those d's within..n 575 Defeated-d. by strategy or.....0 573 does not know how to die...j 542 Doubtful-war is always d.....j 573 Defense-the point of my d....c 518 in old age I take care to die.p 544 Dove-condemns the doves..... 507 Definition-according to my d.r 551 willing to die when........m 560 the dove O hawk...... .. 524 Degenerate-proof of a d. mind,k 625 knows not how to die....... 575 Dowry-she has dowry enough.d 572 Degree-aiming at that degree.k 555 Difference-makes a great d....4 551 Drown-you d. him by your....i 565 Delay-away with delay.. j 518 Difficult-d. it is to retain......1531 drown the bitterness of .....8 574

away with delay.............e 518 difficult it is to prevent.... 0 534 Drunkenness-not accomplish.r 639 every delay that postpones..f 518 it is difficult to tell how.....j 541 drunkenness is nothing but.s 539 will not bear delay. .......... 546

it is difficult at once ......... 545 Dutifulness-d. of children is..e 519 every delay is too long. it is difficult and arduous...t 561

everyone is dutifulness with.A 527 truth hates delays........ j 569 Difficulty-the d. be worthy....j 532 Duty-a lasting teacher of duty f 524 delay is often injurious..

pretext of difficulty......... 538 who has performed its d's...d 544 Deliberate-d. about beginning.h518 Dignity-d, increases more....0518 greater power than duty.....A 551

all who deliberate on........e 558 crush the very flower of d...d 571 duty of the nobles............ 557 Deliberating-lost by d.......... 518 Diligence-d. has very great...l 538 Deliberation-judgment and d.n 573 Disagrecable-is nothing so d. f 552

E. Delicacy-subjects with d...... 551 Discord-is anger more bitter..8518 Ear-not lend a ready ear.......1 653 Delight-better fitted to d. the.c 508 by d. the greatest are........ 570 the latter by the ears........ 564

who delight to be flattered. .w 525 Discovery-making useful d's. j 553 Earnest-not fair to take it in e.c 540 Delightful-nothing is d........l 545 Discussion-obscured by d....m 653 Earth-e. produces nothing..... 538

nothing is more delightful..v 568 Disease-with the same d. .....9 539 Easier-e, to do ill than well...#574 Demand-a d. in these days....w 517 worse than the disease......h 548 Easy-it is e. at any moment... 1561 Den-towards thy d., and none.h 524 medicine increases the d..... i 548 Eat-thou should'st e, to live... 54 Deny-more we d. ourselves....k 532 the diseases of the mind.....6 549 Eclipsed-e. but never ......... 569

refuse what you intend to d.r 541 d's of the mind impair.......549 Economy-e. is a great revenue.g 519 Depraved-became utterly d...0 570 Disgrace-that only is a d. ....U 518 Edge-himself on the narroz e.A 657 Depreciate-d. the excellencies.i 520 disgrace is immortal.... ....a 619 | Education-e, without natural.6 509

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is perfected by education....g 572 not equal to its evils ........ 519 their f. may be the heavier..k 527 Effort-other is the result of e..k 507

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fall off towards the end......9 541 by great e's obtain great..... 568 evil is fittest consort. ..6 521 Fallen-f. from his former high.u 549 Elated-do not be elated.. f 527 evil is the more tolerable....c521 False-what is f. is increased ..u 524

are elated or cast down......t 528 evil which is concealed.....d 521 Falsehood-to deceive by f.... .c 517 Elect-sometimes even e's a....0 562 no evil is great....

near is falsehood to truth...h 557 Eloquence-e. you can approve.r 544 an evil life is a kind........ f 521 falsehood by haste and

eloquence little wisdom....m 574 a thousand forms of evil....9 521 Fame-live on the f. of others..b 523 Eloquent-any man may be e..h 519 and e. speaker differs from...2 521 if fame comes after death....e 523

inspiring bowl made e......2 573 we are in the midst of evils.n 521 the love of fame gives... $ 523 Emptiness-there is in human.s 506

desperate evils genorally....0521 love of fame usually spurs..g 523 Encourago-when he can e. it..h 515 evils of a long peace.........2 546 love of fame is the last.. i 523 Encouraged-more swiftly if e.g 561 evil manners soil a fine..... k 547 small but not the fame.... .k 523 End-beginning comes to an e..s 505 known evil is best..

..t 553 fame is not to be despised...j 523 day soon comes to an end...c 568 obtained by evil meang...... if honest fame awaits....... f 533 in the end betrays itself. ...m 568 how many evils has..

other men have acquired f..k 538 Enemy-heavy one an enemy..a 517 Exact-the e, and studious ....m 507 character who seeks for f....n 568

worst kind of enemies......d 526 Examining-while we are e.. .h 569 the thirst for fame is........n 571 one day before your enemy.m 529 Example-from one e. the......k 510 virtue struggles after fame..n 572 enough if you have no e's...c 530

himself given the example... 521 extend our f. by our deeds ..p 572 our enemies fall at the......g 560 e. is quick and effectual.....y 521 Farmer-the diligent f. plants..k 542 enemies carry a report.. ..n 562

take from others an e........ 521 wish the f's life to be easy...e 545 enemies of every people.....f 573 every striking example haz.a 539 Fashion-now become the f....c 526 the enemy were defeated....0 573

every great example of.. v 558 fashions of human affairs...m 528 Engage-e. in the business.....a 507 Exceed-e's its due bounds.....c522 Fashioned-people are f........0521 Enjoy-not to enjoy them......g 505 Excellence-e. when concealed.; 509 Fast-makes fast tomorrow....p 530

enjoy my remaining days...6 512 mental and moral e.. 9 510 Fate-f. will give an eternal... m 516 enjoy the present day....... 519 whose e. causes envy........$ 520 the f's lead the willing... life which we enjoy is short.o 554 e. without difficulty....

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whither the f's lead virtue..p 523 Enjoyment-the e’s of this life.n 519 | Excess-by the e. of yesterday..b 522 can you exclude the fates...g 523

the enjoyment of health. ....l 544 all things in excess bring...a 558 to know our own fate...... $ 523 Enmity-secret e's are more....a 520 Excluded-which no one is e...e 557 many have reached their f...t 523 Enough-let him who has e...... 553 Execution-in e. difficult ...... 506 no one becomes guilty by f. u 523

now that's enough... .d 563 Exile-what e. from his country.1 648 wherever the fates lead us..y 523 we have enough for what..., h 563 Exist-baseness cannot exist...

men often meet their fate...2 524 it is not enough merely......h 571 Existence-e. to you honor.....6 536 meets & worse fate than he.. i 546

to the wise is enough.......p 574 Espect-e. it in any place....... 516 Father-our fathers used to say.1 507 Enterprise-inconsiderate e's...c 507

where you least expect it....e 528 he follows his father with...h 535 in great e's the attempt....j 513 expect from one person.....w 560 on both father and son......n 538 hesitation in any enterprise.a 566 Expected-where we least e. it.h 569 the f. himself did not..

e 545 Envious-regarded as envious.d 520 Expedient-e. to forget what... v 526 the father of his country....a 553

the envious man grows......e 620 | Expense-must be at some e....f 562 Fault-every one has his f's...a 509 Envy-the rage of biting envy.b 520 Experience-I have found by e.j 510 come from their own f's....a 524

envy is blind and knows.... i 520 who has e. dreads it......... i 522 without faults he is best....6 524 envy like fire soars......... j 520 experience is the teacher....j 522 the faults of a friend......... 524 envy to be the attendant....k 520

experience is always sowing.k 522 to perceive the f's of others..g 526 envy depreciates the genius.l 520 from the e. of others

.1 522 bear with the faults..... f 530 envy feeds on the living....m 520 e. is more valuable

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he who overlooks a fault....v 537 envy assails the noblest.....n 520 I have found by experience. i 531 fall into the faults of many..c 550 live without envy........... 544 gains it by another's e.......3574 a few f's will not trouble.... 554

I do not envy your fortune..6 666 Exposed-to which you are e...l 515 fault however is not.........b 562 Error-pleasing e. of the mind.q 520 Exposure-e, to dangers .......p 515 cannot see our own faults...8 563

great error in my opinion.,m 533 Extinction does not bring e..u 515 serious f. to reveal secrets..m 564 hangs on the errors of.......6 537 Extol-we e. ancient things....1503 to be free from fault is......) 571

blinded with error they live.r 561 Extreme-e. remedies at first...f 558 Favor-a f. tardily bestowed....c 506 Escape-able to e. from himself.1 548 Eye-the eyes are charmed.....6 505 a favor quickly granted.....C 506 Estate-man raised to high e..

...f 511 eyes mark its intentions....C 509 how to receive a favor......d 506 from his former high estate.u 549 if anything affects your eye.e 549 been a favor to many....... 516 cultivate a small estate......p 558 immediately before our e's..9574 seems to deny the favor.....k 531 care of a large estate........ 561

to accept a favor is to sell...u 537

F. men do not get estates......7 561

by merit not by favor.......0 548 Esteem-e. of a worthless man.m 551 Face-the f. of a deformed one.v 525 Fear-by daring great fears.... 512 Eternal-honors of genius are e.d 531 fearful face usually betrays. 534 fear to death.....

..m 513 a well-spent life is eternal...a 544 Fact-after weighing the facts. .l 540 do not fear to trust..... Event-precedes certain e's....$ 520 time as well as the facts.... 540 f. is not a lasting teacher... f 524

events of great consequence.t 520 need of words believe facts.. f 569 fears to use his gains.....

in extraordinary events.....r 536 Faction-becomes f. among the j 572 great fear is concealed by...k 524 Everywhere-who is e. is ......

..9569 Fail-even though they fail....b 526 whom he fears would perish.q 524 Evident-still more e. to those.d 568 Faith-render implicit faith...d 530 a god into the world was f...: 524 Evil-evil has grown strong....r 505 good faith and probity......g 573 fear makes men believe.....t 524

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possession of a great i........1 561 it is foolish to fear what.....h 525 all fools are insane...

f 539 sudden change of fortune... 561 fear is the proof of a........k 525 Foolish-he is foolish to blame.a 526 of his own fortune.......... 561 no f. of anything worse.... f 528 it is foolish to pluck out ...c 565 I do not envy your fortune... 566 f. of the future is worse.....l 528 Foot-will come with silent f..r 542 the f. of war is always.......

...j 573 thing full of anxious fears...c 546 time goes with rapid foot...6 568 the conqueror of fortune....f 574 cannot be mixed with fear. .1546 Forbidden-things f. have a....c 554 Fought-f. for or against him. j 575 fears in prosperity..........e 556 Force-it is supported by f....m 533 Foul-nothing f. to either eye.n 575 you should neither f. nor...i 560 do more than blind force....g 559 Foundation-the f's ofjustice. A 340 a senseless fear of God......

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of so much force are....... 9 575 Free-is any man free except...€ 529 by kindness than by fear....2 575 | Forced-he who can be forced..j 542 all go free when multitudes.b 513 Feared-to be f. than open.....a 520 Forehead-the f. is the gate

no man is f. who is a slave.u 564 what we once feared..... ..m 524 Foreigner-a f. in his own.....g 564 Freedom-once enjoyed f......p 569 feared rather than loved....n 524 Foreseeing-f. what is to come.q 574 favor is to sell one's f....... u 537 everything is to be feared...f 525 Forethought-f. and prudence.n 557 Freemen-to f. threats are..... 528

what each man feared......W 553 Forget-forget what you know.v 526 let him be a freeman who...d 529 Fearing-fearing all things.....l 525 never allows to forget.......k 552 Freeze-is praised and freezes. .: 571 Feast-f, to-day makes fast.... p 530 Forgive-forgive others often..r 526 Friend-sure tie between f's....e 503 Feather-does not matter a f..h 513 | Forgiveness-f. for his offense..w 526 discourse of an ignorant f...0 525 Feel-f. but want the power...r 573 Fortified-be f. by good will...j 533 man for an intimate friend. 529 Feeling-would have our f's...b 506 Fortitude-meet them with f...6 513 nothing to a pleasant friend.k 529 Feet-what is before his feet...k 530 fortitude is a great help.....c 527 treat your friend as if...... 529 Fertilizer-eye was the best f...l 507 has real f. who bears........c 566 he was the friend of.........0 529 Fickleness-f. has always......a 526 Fortune-some men make f's... a friend in need....

to oppose the fickleness..... 1 457 varieties of fortune..........c 508 to have all men your f's.....c 530 Fiction-f. always increases....n 525 health and fortune have a...r 508 who is his own friend.......e 530 Fidelity-the f. of barbarians..o 625 fortune returning after..... u 508 friend must not be injured..g 530

fidelity bought with money.q 625 fortune of every man........0 509 to lose a f. is the greatest....A 530 Field-a f. becomes exhausted..d 504 f's are already completed....e 512 reprove your friends........ i 530

a field that has rested.......8 560 good fortune conceals it.... f 512 also to have congenial f's...1 530 Fighting-forswears all f.......e513 fortune and love befriend...6 513 done your friend a kindness. I 541 Find-anyone f.out in what...b 508 f. can take away riches......k 513 who is a friend must love...0 646 Finished-thou wilt have 1.....1 505 persist even against f.......p 513 no friend will visit the place.s 549 Fire-f. when thrown into water.g509 fortune favors the brave....r 513 unfortunate their f's are..... 649

we tread on fires covered....g 517 fortune helps the bold.......8 513 you will count many f's.... g 556 like fire soars upward...... .j 520 my fortune not of me.......9 517 let our friends perish... neighbor's house on fire.....r 525 chance of great fortune.....j 518 a friend made an enemy.....9 562 what is more useful than f..s 525 our incomplete fortune....... 519 share the crime of your f... 570 stir the fire with the sword..i 626 depends on fortune..........0 525 Friendly-nothing more f. than.s 629

his hand into the fire....... 557 if fortune favors you........f 627 Friendship-friendship makes.g 529 Fireside-than one's own f..... k 535 no one will separate fortune.g 527 duties of friendship can be.529 Firm-be firm or mild as.......v 508 with his own fortune....... 527 you seek new friendships... i 529 First-from first to last a man..e 570 it is fortune not wisdom.... 527 no friendship between...... 629 Fish-there will be fish...... .e 528 fortune does not fit him.....1527 the faith of friendship must.p 529 Flatterer-skillful class of f's...v 525 of what use is fortune....... 527 estimate friendship by...... 529

f's are the worst kind of.....d 526 fortune makes a fortune....p 527 constitutes true friendship.w 529 Flattery-f. the bandmaid of...u 525 on the most exalted fortune.t 527 friendship always benefits..a 530

flattery was formerly a vice.c 526 fortune has never deceived..u 527 after forming a friendship..d 530 Flock-shears his f. not flays...n 507 good fortune and good sense.a 528 f's with your equals.......

644 Flower-pluck the flower....... 508 doubtful what f. to-morrow. 528 f. conseqnently always...... 546 Flying-by f. men often meet...i 524 turn of fortune's wheel......C 528 no f. without virtue........j 572 Follow-I follow the worst..... 509 fortune gives too much......d 528 Frightened-I am f. at seeing..A 524

fates lead us let us follow....y 523 the most wretched fortune..f 528 Frown-she frowns do not.... 527 Folly-mingle a little folly.....1504 while fortune remains......

.h 528 Frugality-f. when all is spent. 526 pay for their folly .........W 525

too high for f. to harm......g 528 ashamed off, or poverty.... 564 to your folly add bloodshed..i 526 fortune moulds and.........

..i 528 Fruit-fruit of lofty trees...... 526 folly there is in human ......k 526 perpetual good fortune...... j 528 himself will never see the f.k 542 other evils folly has also.....0526 fortune is gentle to the.....n 528 Funeral-funeral terrifies...... A 522 prudence to loquacious folly.i 557 whatever fortune has raised.o 528 Fury-supplies them with arms k 559

folly of the loquacious......c 574 fortune cannot take away...p 528 Future-about the future is... 505 Fond-must be very f. of life...s 516 when fortune favors a man.. 528 Food-filled with excessive f...a 522 fortune is like glass.......... 528

G. give some food for thought..j 530 wretched fortune which has.s 528 Gain-occasions is a great g..., 1 550 empty despises common f...u 531 fortune never remains long.m 528 gain at the expense of...... 660 best seasoning for food.....m 536 not of fortune but of men...0 529 he who seeks for gain...... 562

a kind of food supplied for..a541 fortune as proud as any.....f 533 Gambler-g. is more wicked... 530 Fool-thou fool, what is sleep.m 516 while fortune was kind......j 536 Game-g's with men, as balls..p 632

none but a fool will stick....0 520 the effect of good fortune....t 556 Garb-easily adorn a humble g. 547 quality of a fool to perceive.g 526 within his own fortune...... n 557 Garret-rarely visits the garret.: 557 all places are filled with f's..h 526 yet. f. has not changed......m 561 Gate-many as the gates of the .c 533

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the gates of the mind.......w 548 the gods give that man......v 532 Grieve-g. at the opposite......6 533

entering into open gates.....e 573 the g's play games with men.p 532 she grieves sincerely who...e 534 Gay-the gay, the sorrowful...d 56 mighty temple of the gods... 532 he grieves more than....... .j 534 General-the skill of a general..c 573 the decrees of the gods...

grieves before it is necessary j 534 qualities of a eral are....n 573 he is next to the gods........l 540 grieve not so ostentatiously.p 536 Generous-suddenly becomes g.a 531 makes us equal to the gods..k 541 Ground-upon solid ground....U 508 Genius-superior to genius and j507 gods have their own laws....1 643 Grumble-to g. in public. ......c 555 | men of the greatest genius..c 531 rules the mighty gods......6 546 Guard-who is on his guard...q 515

never been any great genius.e 531 the gods are on the side.....6 552 too late to be on our guard..n 521 shut against great genius... f 531 cannot influence the gods...r 555 though guards and brake... 8 632 the bestowers of genius.....e 551 will propitiate the gods...

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when safe is on his guard... i 558 Gentle-because of its g. nature.h 531 the gods so willed it.........0 560 Guardian-g. of all things...... 648 and makes men gentle....

never escape the gods..

....... 561 Guess-consider the best g's... i 556 Gentleness-power can do by 8.9 531 influences of the gods., ...l 566 Guest-can be so welcome a g..r 529 Gently-g. touching with the..n 637 knows whether the gods.... 569 like a satiated guest... g 544 Gift-even when they bring g's.m 525 with the favor of the gods. . k 672 I go a willing guest.........p 553

gifts are ever the most.......6531 Gold-wide her jaws for gold...e 505 Guidance-g. and auspices of.m 518 g. derives its value from....m 631 the yellow gold is tried......p 529 Guilt-free from g. need not... i 509 knew how to use her g's..... f 544 gold loves to make its way..7 532 never turn palo with guilt..k 511 consider a gift of God......m 544 by gold all good faith....

........1 532 be conscious of no guilt....b 514 gifts to the whole human...e 556 by g. our rights are abused. .t 532 not caused by guilt.........a 515 what greater or better gift..d 567 all men worshipgold..

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guilt of enforced crimes.....6 515 affected by the meanest giftst 574 against his weight in gold...g 546 confess his guilt....

..j 515 Give-he would give at once...k 531 poison is drunk out of gold.s 554 penalty of their guilt..

to give is a noble thing.....n 531 Golden-roofs break men's rest.w 561 guilt is present in the......k 534 Given-what must be g. is g...p 541 | Good-many g. things have....0 508 palliating guilt in..

.........m 534 Giver-the giver or the doer...e 506 some things are good..

whom g. stains it equals. to the mind of the giver....f 506 one to be good only.

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betrays great guilt.... the giver makes precious....2531 rejoice in what is good.

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does not exceed the guilt ...g 540 the rank of the giver.......m 531 who is a good man..........d 633 power acquired by guilt. Gladiator-the wounded g......e 513 the good alası are few...

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avoid guilt, and even the....b 568 Glide-g's on and will glide on.. i 544 he preferred to be good......g 533 Guiltless-neither side is g.....g 543 Glory-raised man to glory and 6 509 evil for g. that you have..... 538 Guilty-ask who are guilty.

the attendant of glory.......520 public good be promoted....h 540 crime is guilty of it.. ........ 515 glory follows virtue.........0531 the good is never lost.......m 541 no one becomes g. by fate..u 523 glory drags all men along...p 531 he hurts the good who......e 541 he is not guilty who........p 534 glory paid to our ashes...

good men and women.......6 558 guilty of his own free will..p 534 our glory is vain...... ..1 531

no good man ever became...c 562 when the guilty is acquitted.f 541 the glory gives me strength.s 531 the good hate sin because...q 571 really g. seems to differ ..... 568 how difficult it is to retain g. 1 531 Goodness-it is not g. to be....h 533 most influenced by glory....8555 Govern-g. the possessor.......t 561

H. Goal-reach the desired goal...n 542 Governing-as capable of g.....1533 Habit-strong by inveterate h..r 505 Goat-kids like goats ..........q 510 Government-a heated g. does..h 533 habit's minds and lives.....f 509 God-converse with God as if...1511

no government is safe unless.p 552

habit is as it were...........r 534 gothing which God can not.v 531 in a change of government..6 555 pursuits become habits.....t 5:34 God can change the lowest..w 531 Granted-scarcely g. to a god..m 545

h. had made the custom....u 534 the image of God.... ..6 532 Grateful-man who would be g.r 533 nothing is stronger than h..v 534 in the power of God... .....C532 Gratification-having its g.....d 539

evil habits are once settled.w 534 as God is propitiated by....d 532 Gratitude-g. is acquired in no.v 530 babit is stronger than....... 534 a God that hears and sees....e 532 g. for benefits is eternal..... 633 separate thoughts from h...a 567 as God loves me I know.....k 537 Grave-all sides to the grave...n 51.5 Hair-pretends to have hair...k 517 an avenging God closely.....f 540 carry nothing to the grave..k 516 thy hair be out of order.. ...k 556 God cannot be ignorant of..4 541 Greater-thought to be g. than.d 521 to pluck out one's hair... ...c 565 God gave man an upright...d 647 Greek-treachery of the G's....k 510 Hand-he arms his daring h's..s 523 God who is mindful of right.s 548 I fear the Greeks even.......m 525 your hands suffer most.....m 526 God has given some gifts....e 556 bid the hungry Greek go...,n 536

his hand into the fire....... 557 if God be appeased, I .......

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everything is Greek.... .....d 564 kings have long hands......h 562 which has pleased God......k 560 Grief-smallest degree of grief..n519 sceptre with a firm hand.... i 562 God has given us this repose.v 560 learnest from another's g... n 522 at pure not full hands....... 572 there is a God within us....p 565 there is no grief which......6 534 Handle-would rather handle..k 506 God looks at pure not full...

...0 572 grief for a man so beloved...c 534 Handsome-too h. a man.......j 505 Gods-believe me the gods..... 503 grief of a man should not..d 534 Hanged-should all be hanged..r 564

the dart of the gods.........k 514 suppressed grief suffocates..f 534 Happen-how does it happen..r 518 god see the deeds of the...... 517 affected by grief but still....g 534 what will happen to-morrow.l 530 we are men, not gods........ i 521 griefs i-e communicative...h 534 Happened-not to know what h.a 512 limit have the g's assigned..0 523 that grief is light which..... i 534 Happier-h. the time the........ 519 gracious favor of the gods...g 532 always recollect with grief..0 560 make us better and happier.

f 532 given by the gods more.....h 632 as if g. could be assuaged....c 565 Happiness-preserving h.......1510 yo mortal gods .............. 1 632 the grief is resistless........d 566 the happiness of the times...t 513 the gods supply our wants..k 532 grief is satisfied and.........f 567 may be more real h......... 553 thou livest near the gods..... 632 | Grievance-bear our own g’o...y 626 | Happy-h. the man who has... 507

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