The Concordance
 
 A..................60
Bo1 p1 4 stondynge aboven the heghte of myn heved, a 36
Bo1 p1 7 comune myghte of men; with a lifly colour 38
Bo1 p1 13 of a doutous jugement, for somtyme sche constreyned 44
Bo1 p1 25 beaute [of] the whiche clothes a derknesse of a 56
Bo1 p1 25 beaute [of] the whiche clothes a derknesse of a 56
Bo1 p1 29 thise clothes, men redden ywoven in a 60
Bo1 p1 32 bordure, a Grekyssh T (that signifieth the lif 64
Bo1 p1 43 sche bar a ceptre. 74
Bo1 p1 46 to my wepynges, sche was a litil amoeved, and 78
Bo1 p1 49 comune strompettis of swich a place that 80
Bo1 p2 7 and comyn to corage of a parfit man? 158
Bo1 p2 19 no peril, " quod sche; " he is fallen into a 170
Bo1 p2 20 litargye, whiche that is a comune seknesse 172
Bo1 p2 21 to hertes that been desceyved. He hath a 172
Bo1 p2 25 doon, I will wipe a litil his eien that ben 176
Bo1 p2 28 garnement yplited in a frownce sche dryede 180
Bo1 m3 7 a swyft wynd that hyghte Chorus, and that 188
Bo1 p3 21 byfallen a newe thyng? For trowestow that 218
Bo1 p3 78 warnstoryd and enclosed in swiche a palys 276
Bo1 p4 15 chosen for a ryght certein sege to the in myn 316
Bo1 p4 33 the mouth of the same Plato that it was a 334
Bo1 p4 73 Theodoric, the kyng of Gothes, in a dere yeer, 374
Bo1 p4 76 his corn were soold, and that at a grevous dere 376
Bo1 p4 81 upon the peple by swich a 382
Bo1 p4 82 manere imposicioun, as whoso boughte a 382
Bo1 p4 92 ne took effect. Paulyn, a conseiller of Rome, the 392
Bo1 p4 99 ne punyssche wrongfully Albyn, a 400
Bo1 p4 152 For schal I clepe it thanne a felonye or a synne 452
Bo1 p4 152 For schal I clepe it thanne a felonye or a synne 452
Bo1 p4 156 as thoughe it were a synne and a felonye (that 456
Bo1 p4 156 as thoughe it were a synne and a felonye (that 456
Bo1 p4 179 thanne han answeryd by the wordys of a 480
Bo1 p4 182 that he was knowynge and consentynge of a 482
Bo1 p4 192 of our defaute; but it is lyk a monstre 492
Bo1 p4 193 and a merveyle how that, in the presente 494
Bo1 p4 247 convicte of swiche a blame as myn is. Of whiche 548
Bo1 p4 257 hadde no leve to han a place in me byforn 558
Bo1 p4 288 commendeth. (Glose. As thus: that yif a 588
Bo1 p4 289 wyght have prosperite, he is a good man 590
Bo1 p4 291 whoso hath adversite, he is a wikkid 592
Bo1 p4 300 this: that whan eny blame is leid upon a 600
Bo1 m5 3 chayer, and turnest the hevene with a 618
Bo1 m5 45 kembd with a false colour, ne anoieth nat to 660
Bo1 m5 52 wrecchide erthes. We men, that ben noght a foul 668
Bo1 m5 53 partie, but a fair partie of so greet a werk, we 668
Bo1 m5 53 partie, but a fair partie of so greet a werk, we 668
Bo1 p5 1 Whan I hadde with a contynuel sorwe 674
Bo1 p5 6 wiste anoon that thow were a wrecche and 680
Bo1 p5 24 it is a sovereyn fredom to ben governed by the 698
Bo1 p5 77 the strengthe of a more myghty and 750
Bo1 m6 13 with a glotonos hand to streyne and presse the 764
Bo1 p6 2 th' estaat of thi thought by a fewe demaundes, 778
Bo1 p6 18 songe thow a litil herebyforn, and bywayledest 794
Bo1 p6 24 thow art put in so holsome a sentence. But lat 800
Bo1 p6 51 that they mai moeve a man from his place 826
Bo1 p6 56 that thow art a man? " 832
Bo1 p6 60 thanne, " quod sche, " what thyng is a man? " 836
Bo1 p6 62 that I [woot wel that I] be a resonable mortel 838
Bo1 m7 12 tye by the encountrynge of a stoon that is 892
Bo1 m7 15 lyght, and hoolden the weye with a ryght path, 896
 
 ABAYSSCHED.........1
Bo1 p1 81 I wax al abayssched and astoned, and caste 112
 
 ABIDE..............1
Bo1 p1 83 to abide what sche woolde doon aftirward. Tho 114
 
 ABIDEST............1
Bo1 p4 4 spillestow teeris? Yif thou abidest after helpe 304
 
 ABLYNGE............1
Bo1 m6 18 ablynge hem to hir propre offices, ne he ne suffreth 770
 
 ABOUTE.............3
Bo1 p1 45 aprochen aboute my bed and enditynge wordes 76
Bo1 p3 66 aboute, in the whiche this is my moste purpoos, 264
Bo1 p3 75 they ben ententyf aboute sarpleris or sachelis, 272
 
 ABOVE..............1
Bo1 p3 77 above, syker fro alle tumolte and wood noyse, 274
 
 ABOVEN.............2
Bo1 p1 4 stondynge aboven the heghte of myn heved, a 36
Bo1 p1 31 and aboven that lettre, in the heieste 62
 
 ABYTE..............1
Bo1 p3 46 myn abyte, the folie of men wenynge tho 244
 
 ACCORDAUNT.........1
Bo1 p4 228 felonye hadde evere juges so accordaunt in 528
 
 ACCORNES...........1
Bo1 m6 7 that he hadde to his corn, to accornes of okes. 758
 
 ACCUSACIOUN........1
Bo1 p4 97 for as moche as the peyne of the accusacioun 398
 
 ACCUSE.............1
Bo1 p4 309 newe fraudes for to accuse good folk; and 610
 
 ACCUSED............8
Bo1 p4 114 Also Opilion and Gaudencius han accused me, 414
Bo1 p4 136 accused, yit oughte sche han hadde schame of 436
Bo1 p4 139 accused? Men seyn that I wolde saven 440
Bo1 p4 142 accused that I schulde han disturbed the 442
Bo1 p4 170 whiche lettres I am accused to han hoped 470
Bo1 p4 181 accused by Gaius Cesar, Germaynes sone, 482
Bo1 p4 217 gilt that Albyn was accused, with how gret 518
Bo1 p4 235 hadde ben accused that I wolde brenne holi 536
 
 ACCUSEN............1
Bo1 p4 272 blame. But O malice! For they that accusen me 572
 
 ACCUSOUR...........3
Bo1 p4 101 hates and indignacions of the accusour 402
Bo1 p4 143 accusour to beren lettres, by whiche he scholde 444
Bo1 p4 151 the accusour to ben distorbed schal cese. 452
 
 ACCUSOURS..........8
Bo1 p4 108 more syker. But thurw tho same accusours accusynge 408
Bo1 p4 110 " Of the nombre of whiche accusours, 410
Bo1 p4 129 thilke same accusours. What may ben seyd 430
Bo1 p4 133 accusours or no? Was noght Fortune 434
Bo1 p4 137 the fylthe of myn accusours. 438
Bo1 p4 175 of myn accusours, the whiche thyng in 476
Bo1 p4 248 trespas myne accusours sayen ful wel the 548
Bo1 p5 53 fraudes of thyn accusours, it semeth the have 726
 
 ACCUSYNGE..........4
Bo1 p4 108 more syker. But thurw tho same accusours accusynge 408
Bo1 p4 112 the kyngis servyse, is now compelled in accusynge 412
Bo1 p4 128 was resceyved the accusynge of myn name by 428
Bo1 p4 229 cruelte (that is to seyn, as myn accusynge 530
 
 ACHADEMYCIS........1
Bo1 p1 68 Eliaticis and Achademycis in Grece. But goth 100
 
 ACHAT..............1
Bo1 p4 80 achat or beyinge togidre, that were establissed 380
 
 ACHEVED............1
Bo1 p4 194 sight of God, may ben acheved and performed 494
 
 ACONTYNGE..........1
Bo1 m2 15 acontynge in astronomye). And, over this, he 134
 
 ACTE...............1
Bo1 p4 41 execucion and in acte of comune administracioun 342
 
 ACTIF..............1
Bo1 p1 30 Grekissch P (that signifieth the lif actif); 62
 
 ADMINISTRACIOUN....1
Bo1 p4 41 execucion and in acte of comune administracioun 342
 
 ADOUN..............2
Bo1 m2 31 adoun for the grete weyghte, and is constreyned 150
Bo1 m7 2 owen yeten adoun no lyght. Yif the truble 882
 
 ADVERSITE..........2
Bo1 p4 291 whoso hath adversite, he is a wikkid 592
Bo1 p4 293 worthy to han that adversite. This is the 594