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 |