The Concordance
 
 A..................80
Bo4 p1 18 namely a ryght gret cause of my sorwe: that so 18
Bo4 p1 38 " that were a greet merveille and an abaysschinge 38
Bo4 p1 42 hous of so mochel a fadir and an ordeynour of 42
Bo4 p1 47 I have concluded a litel herebyforn ben kept 46
Bo4 m1 13 and he, imaked a knyght of the clere 82
Bo4 p2 31 yif thou see a wyght that wolde geten that 144
Bo4 p2 36 " And yif thou se a wyght, " quod sche, " that 150
Bo4 p2 42 who seith, in so moche as a man is myghty to 156
Bo4 p2 43 doon a thing, in so mochel men halt hym 156
Bo4 p2 65 " This is a verray consequence, " quod I. 178
Bo4 p2 105 " Thanne, " quod sche, " yif that a wight be 216
Bo4 p2 189 a merveile to seien, that schrewes, whiche 300
Bo4 p2 196 myghtest seyn of the careyne of a man, that it 308
Bo4 p2 197 were a deed man, but thou ne myghtest nat 308
Bo4 p2 198 symply callen it a man; so graunte I wel forsothe 310
Bo4 p2 216 and proevid a litil herebyforn that evel is 328
Bo4 p2 223 I have diffinysched a litil herbyforn that no thing 334
Bo4 p2 250 desired ben referred to good, ryght as to a 362
Bo4 p3 9 mede of that; as thus, yif a man renneth in 412
Bo4 p3 16 right as a comune mede, which mede ne 420
Bo4 p3 44 yaf the a litel herebyforn, and gadre it togidre 448
Bo4 p3 80 lerned a litil herebyforn that alle thing that 484
Bo4 p3 102 betidith it that, yif thou seest a wyght that be 506
Bo4 p3 104 that he be a man. For if he be ardaunt in avaryce, 508
Bo4 p3 105 and that he be a ravynour by violence of foreyne 508
Bo4 p3 109 likne hym to the hownd; and if he be a 512
Bo4 p3 114 bereth the corage of a lyoun; and yif he be 518
Bo4 p3 124 bounte and prowesse, he forletith to ben a man; 528
Bo4 p3 126 God, he is torned into a beeste. 530
Bo4 m3 10 hem is coverid his face with forme of a 540
Bo4 m3 11 boor; the tother is chaungid into a lyoun 540
Bo4 m3 14 chaunged into a wolf, and howleth whan he 544
Bo4 m3 16 the hows as a tigre of Inde. But al be it so 546
Bo4 m3 43 todrawen a man to hem more myghtely than 572
Bo4 p4 16 a gret partie of the peyne to schrewes scholde 594
Bo4 p4 42 this lif, that is long to abyde, nameliche to a corage 620
Bo4 p4 45 is ofte destroyed by a sodeyn ende, or 622
Bo4 p4 50 lengest is a schrewe. The whiche wikkide 628
Bo4 p4 64 an hard thing to accorde hym to a conclusioun, 642
Bo4 p4 68 nis nat spedful to a necessarie conclusioun; 646
Bo4 p4 110 he is a wrecche, that ther be yit another 686
Bo4 p4 142 concluded a lytel herebyforn. But I preye the 718
Bo4 p4 152 ben excercised by a purgynge mekenesse; but 728
Bo4 p4 212 wyltow seyn of this: yif that a man hadde al 788
Bo4 p4 234 " Yif thou were thanne iset a juge or a 810
Bo4 p4 234 " Yif thou were thanne iset a juge or a 810
Bo4 p4 262 schrewes it were a more covenable thing that the 838
Bo4 p4 290 overmochel a fool, and for to haten 866
Bo4 m4 16 ryghtful. Wiltow thanne yelden a covenable 892
Bo4 p5 27 of this so wrongful a confusioun; for I wolde 920
Bo4 p5 44 ne knowe nat the cause of so gret a disposicioun, 938
Bo4 m5 18 strokes. (That is to seyn, that ther is a maner 960
Bo4 p6 9 And thanne sche, a litelwhat smylinge, 988
Bo4 p6 21 manere ne noon ende, but if that a wyght 1000
Bo4 p6 22 constreynede tho doutes by a ryght lifly and 1000
Bo4 p6 32 as the knowynge of thise thinges is a maner 1010
Bo4 p6 37 deliteth the, thou most suffren and forberen a 1016
Bo4 p6 83 ryght as a werkman that aperceyveth in his 1062
Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, 1096
Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, 1096
Bo4 p6 120 and is, as it were, a centre or a poynt to the 1098
Bo4 p6 120 and is, as it were, a centre or a poynt to the 1098
Bo4 p6 122 and thilke that is utterest, compased by a largere 1100
Bo4 p6 155 men by a bond of causes nat able to ben 1134
Bo4 p6 179 a worse confusioun than that gode men 1158
Bo4 p6 196 seith, may a man speken and determinen of 1174
Bo4 p6 201 (as who seith, but it is lik a mervayle or 1180
Bo4 p6 225 to comprehende and to telle) a fewe thingis of 1204
Bo4 p6 237 opynioun it is a confusioun. But I suppose that 1216
Bo4 p6 251 wolde deme that it were a felonie that he 1230
Bo4 p6 253 nat suffre that swich a man be moeved with any 1232
Bo4 p6 254 bodily maladye. But so as seyde a philosophre, 1232
Bo4 p6 294 schrewes scheweth a gret argument to good 1272
Bo4 p7 15 " Forsothe this is a ful verray resoun, " quod 1430
Bo4 p7 17 destyne that thou taughtest me a litel herebyforn 1432
Bo4 p7 21 whiche thow seydest a litel herebyforn that 1436
Bo4 p7 30 a litil to the wordis of the peple, 1444
Bo4 p7 93 plawntest a ful egre bataile in thy corage ayeins 1508
Bo4 m7 48 torned hym into a bole, and Hercules brak of 1568
Bo4 m7 71 erthly lust is overcomyn, a man is makid 1592
 
 ABAISSEN...........1
Bo4 p7 77 stronge man ne semeth nat to abaissen or disdaignen 1492
 
 ABATED.............1
Bo4 p6 262 abated. And God yeveth and departeth to other 1240
 
 ABAYSSCHINGE.......1
Bo4 p1 38 " that were a greet merveille and an abaysschinge 38
 
 ABLE...............2
Bo4 p6 155 men by a bond of causes nat able to ben 1134
Bo4 p7 22 thei ne were nat able to ben wened to the 1436
 
 ABOUTE.............2
Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, 1096
Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, 1096
 
 ABOUTEN............1
Bo4 p6 121 tothere cerklis that tornen abouten hym; 1100
 
 ABOVEN.............1
Bo4 p3 42 mede and ryght greet aboven alle medes. Remembre 446
 
 ABOWTE.............1
Bo4 m6 10 abowte the sovereyn heighte of the world 1364
 
 ABSOLUTLY..........1
Bo4 p2 200 nat graunten absolutly and symply that thei 312
 
 ABYDE..............1
Bo4 p4 42 this lif, that is long to abyde, nameliche to a corage 620
 
 ABYDEST............1
Bo4 p6 373 abydest som swetnesse of songe. Tak thanne this 1352
 
 ABYEN..............1
Bo4 p4 80 lasse wrecches, that abyen the tormentz 656
 
 ABYETH.............1
Bo4 p1 30 folk, and it abyeth the tormentz in stede of 30
 
 ACCORDAUNCE........1
Bo4 m6 22 the sterres. This accordaunce atempryth by evenelyke 1376
 
 ACCORDE............1
Bo4 p4 64 an hard thing to accorde hym to a conclusioun, 642
 
 ACCORDEN...........1
Bo4 p6 240 accorden hem togidre of hym; but he is so 1218
 
 ACCORDEST..........1
Bo4 p4 143 that thow telle me, yif thow accordest to leten 718
 
 ACCORDETH..........5
Bo4 p3 48 and thilke folk that ben blisful it accordeth and 452
Bo4 p4 60 that it accordeth moche to the thinges that 638
Bo4 p4 217 wene that he were blynd? Ne also ne accordeth 792
Bo4 p4 229 " It accordeth, " quod I. 804
Bo4 p4 233 " It accordeth wel, " quod I. 808
 
 ACCUSACIOUN........1
Bo4 p4 272 sholde be torned into the habyte of accusacioun. 848
 
 ACCUSE.............1
Bo4 p4 273 (That is to seyn, thei scholden accuse 848
 
 ACCUSOURS..........2
Bo4 p4 263 accusours or advocattes, nat wrooth but pytous 838
Bo4 p4 285 to hir juges and to hir accusours. For whiche it 860
 
 ACHALEOUS..........1
Bo4 m7 45 strondes (that is to seyn, that Achaleous coude 1566