The Concordance
 
 A..................98
Bo2 p1 1 Aftir this sche stynte a lytel; and after that 0
Bo2 p1 4 seyn thus: after thise thynges sche stynte a 4
Bo2 p1 33 ne bytideth noght withouten a manere 32
Bo2 p1 35 that thou art a litil departed fro the pees of thi 34
Bo2 p1 45 Musice, a damoysele of our hous, that syngeth 44
Bo2 p1 77 and whan sche goth awey that sche bryngeth a 76
Bo2 p1 79 withholden at a mannys wille, [and] sche 78
Bo2 p1 80 maketh hym a wrecche whan sche departeth 80
Bo2 p1 82 flyttynge Fortune but a maner schewynge of 82
Bo2 p1 85 byforn the eien of a man; but wisdom loketh and 84
Bo2 p1 95 undir the yok of hir. For yif thow wilt writen a 94
Bo2 m1 1 " Whan Fortune with a proud ryght hand hath 114
Bo2 m1 16 and scheweth a greet wonder to alle hir servauntz 130
Bo2 m1 17 yif that a wyght is seyn weleful and 130
Bo2 p2 1 " Certes I wolde pleten with the a fewe 132
Bo2 p2 59 of whiche kyng Cirus was ful sore agast a 190
Bo2 p2 62 ben brend; but that a rayn descendede down 194
Bo2 p2 71 is to seyn a dite of a prosperite for a 202
Bo2 p2 71 is to seyn a dite of a prosperite for a 202
Bo2 p2 71 is to seyn a dite of a prosperite for a 202
Bo2 p3 12 to wrecches is a deppere felyng of harm 252
Bo2 p3 21 they ben a maner norisschynges of thi 262
Bo2 p3 26 a wrecche, hastow foryeten the nowmbre 266
Bo2 p3 33 to ben leef and deere than for to been a 274
Bo2 p3 37 thow neere right weleful, with so gret a nobleye 278
Bo2 p3 67 delices. Thow bare awey of Fortune a yifte 308
Bo2 p3 70 leye a reknynge with Fortune? Sche hath 310
Bo2 p3 71 now twynkled first upon the with a wikkid 312
Bo2 p3 78 wene thiself a wrecche; for thynges that semen 318
Bo2 p3 80 first, a sodeyn gest, into the schadowe or 320
Bo2 p3 83 ofte a swyft hour dissolveth the same man (that 324
Bo2 p3 87 yet natheles the laste day of a mannes lif is 328
Bo2 p3 88 a maner deth to Fortune, and also to thilke 328
Bo2 p4 5 to me wonder swyftli and sone); but this is a 360
Bo2 p4 27 whiche that is a man maked al of sapience and 382
Bo2 p4 78 a wyght, or elles it ne last nat perpetuel. For 432
Bo2 p4 97 man hath a ful delicaat feelynge; so that, but 452
Bo2 p4 112 nis a wrecche but whanne he weneth hymself 466
Bo2 p4 113 a wrechche by reputacion of his corage.) And 468
Bo2 p4 114 ayenward, alle fortune is blisful to a man by 468
Bo2 p4 163 despised and forleten. Certes eek that is a 518
Bo2 p4 177 syn we knowe wel that many a man hath 532
Bo2 m4 2 fownden hym a perdurable seete, and ne wol 540
Bo2 m4 13 mynde certeynly to fycchen thin hous of a 550
Bo2 m4 14 myrie sete in a low stoon. For although the 552
Bo2 m4 18 a cler age, scornynge the woodnesses and the 556
Bo2 p5 3 were tyme to usen a litel strengere medicynes. 560
Bo2 p5 26 to be nedy as of that. And certes a voys al hool 582
Bo2 p5 46 body, that by right myghte semen a fair creature 602
Bo2 p5 47 to hym that hath a soule of resoun? For 604
Bo2 p5 48 al be it so that gemmes drawen to hemself a 604
Bo2 p5 57 that it is a [fayr] porcioun of the ryght fair 614
Bo2 p5 85 eek that it be a fair thyng to schyne with 642
Bo2 p5 90 wroughte hem. But also a long route of 646
Bo2 p5 91 meyne, maketh that a blisful man? The 648
Bo2 p5 93 it is a gret charge and a destruccioun 650
Bo2 p5 93 it is a gret charge and a destruccioun 650
Bo2 p5 94 to the hous, and a gret enemy to the lord hymself; 650
Bo2 p5 113 desirestow of Fortune with so greet a noyse 670
Bo2 p5 128 turned up-so-doun, that a man, that is a devyne 684
Bo2 p5 128 turned up-so-doun, that a man, that is a devyne 684
Bo2 p5 137 undirstanden nat how greet a wrong ye don to 694
Bo2 p5 162 For yif a wyght schyneth with thynges that 718
Bo2 p5 164 schynen with whiche a man is aparayled), 720
Bo2 p5 180 of this lif a voyde weyfarynge man, thanne 736
Bo2 p5 182 who seith, a pore man that bereth no rychesse 738
Bo2 m5 13 of Syrien contre with the blood of a maner 756
Bo2 m5 38 firsst up dalf, he dalf up a precious peril; 782
Bo2 p6 32 thou saye a mows among othere mysz that chalanged 816
Bo2 p6 39 a wyght, what thyng schaltow fynde more 822
Bo2 p6 49 evere have any comaundement over a free 832
Bo2 p6 51 of his propre reste a thought that is 834
Bo2 p6 53 As whilom a tyraunt wende to confownde a fre 836
Bo2 p6 53 As whilom a tyraunt wende to confownde a fre 836
Bo2 p6 56 folk that wisten of a conjuracioun (which I clepe 840
Bo2 p6 57 a confederacye) that was cast ayens this tyraunt; 840
Bo2 p6 63 thing is it that a man may doon to an other man, 846
Bo2 p6 65 other folk in hymself? (Or thus: what may a 848
Bo2 p6 76 myghty that hath no power to doon a thyng that 860
Bo2 p6 106 maketh nat a man myghty over hymselve, 890
Bo2 p7 26 aboute ne halt but the resoun of a prykke at 968
Bo2 p7 41 sholde ther duellen a ryght streyte place to the 984
Bo2 p7 50 set this therto: that manye a nacioun, diverse 992
Bo2 p7 70 of a synguler Romeyn strecchen thider 1012
Bo2 p7 77 And therof comyth it that, though a 1020
Bo2 p7 86 " But how many a man, that was ful noble in 1028
Bo2 p7 93 yow a perdurablete, whan ye thynken that in 1036
Bo2 p7 99 comparysoun of the abydynge of a moment 1042
Bo2 p7 122 pryde and veyne glorye, how a man scornede 1064
Bo2 p7 124 was a man that hadde [assaillede] with stryvynge 1066
Bo2 p7 127 taken upon hym falsly the name of a philosophre. 1070
Bo2 p7 129 he wolde assaie where he, thilke, were a 1072
Bo2 p7 133 feynede philosophre took pacience a litel while; 1076
Bo2 p7 137 nat that I am a philosophre?' The 1080
Bo2 m7 21 is marked with a fewe lettres. But althoughe 1122
Bo2 p8 9 a wonder that I desire to telle, and forthi 1144
Bo2 p8 33 thanne that thow augghtest to leeten this a litel 1168
Bo2 m8 9 see, gredy to flowen, constreyneth with a 1192
 
 ABATED.............1
Bo2 p7 35 And yif thow haddest withdrawen and abated 978
 
 ABOUTE.............4
Bo2 m6 18 that the sonne goth aboute from est to west.) 928
Bo2 p7 26 aboute ne halt but the resoun of a prykke at 968
Bo2 p7 66 the othere folk enhabitynge aboute. Seestow 1008
Bo2 p7 68 thilke glorie that ye travailen aboute to schewe 1010
 
 ABOUTEN............1
Bo2 p3 61 sprad abouten the with so large preysynge 302
 
 ABYDYNGE...........2
Bo2 p3 59 place that highte Circo, fulfildest the abydynge 300
Bo2 p7 99 comparysoun of the abydynge of a moment 1042
 
 ABYEST.............1
Bo2 p4 10 " But that thow, " quod sche, " abyest thus 364
 
 ACCORDABLE.........2
Bo2 m8 2 accordable chaungynges; that the contrarious 1184
Bo2 m8 21 accordable feith by fayre moevynges. This 1204