The Concordance
 
 A..............22
CYT 557 A man that clothed was in clothes blake, 4
CYT 558 And undernethe he hadde a whyt surplys. 4
CYT 565 He was of foom al flekked as a pye. 12
CYT 566 A male tweyfoold on his croper lay; 12
CYT 574 His hat heeng at his bak doun by a laas, 20
CYT 577 A clote-leef he hadde under his hood 24
CYT 580 His forheed dropped as a stillatorie 26
CYT 597 Can he oght telle a myrie tale or tweye, 44
CYT 605 He hath take on hym many a greet emprise, 52
CYT 613 He is a man of heigh discrecioun; 60
CYT 614 I warne yow wel, he is a passyng man. " 60
CYT 616 Is he a clerk, or noon? Telle what he is. " 62
CYT 617 " Nay, he is gretter than a clerk, ywis, " 64
CYT 633 His overslope nys nat worth a myte, 80
CYT 646 Aright, as clerkes seyn; it is a vice. 92
CYT 648 For whan a man hath over-greet a wit, 94
CYT 648 For whan a man hath over-greet a wit, 94
CYT 657 " In the suburbes of a toun, " quod he, 104
CYT 674 And borwe gold, be it a pound or two, 120
CYT 677 That of a pound we koude make tweye. 124
CYT 698 Of al his thretyng rekke nat a myte! " 144
CYT 703 " A! " quod the Yeman, " heere shal arise game; 150
 
 ABOUTE.........2
CYT 564 Aboute the peytrel stood the foom ful hye; 10
CYT 607 To brynge aboute, but they of hym it leere. 54
 
 ABYE...........1
CYT 694 For if thou do, thou shalt it deere abye. 140
 
 ACCORDE........1
CYT 638 If that his dede accorde with thy speche? 84
 
 AFTER..........1
CYT 679 It for to doon, and after it we grope. 126
 
 AL.............18
CYT 559 His hakeney, that was al pomely grys, 6
CYT 565 He was of foom al flekked as a pye. 12
CYT 568 Al light for somer rood this worthy man, 14
CYT 612 Al that I have in my possessioun. 58
CYT 621 But al his craft ye may nat wite at me, 68
CYT 623 That al this ground on which we been ridyng, 70
CYT 625 He koude al clene turnen up-so-doun, 72
CYT 626 And pave it al of silver and of gold. " 72
CYT 635 It is al baudy and totore also. 82
CYT 671 And for al that we faille of oure desir, 118
CYT 685 This Chanoun drough hym neer and herde al thyng 132
CYT 691 To his Yeman, to herknen al his sawe. 138
CYT 698 Of al his thretyng rekke nat a myte! " 144
CYT 704 Al that I kan anon now wol I telle. 150
CYT 712 And yet, for al my smert and al my grief, 158
CYT 712 And yet, for al my smert and al my grief, 158
CYT 713 For al my sorwe, labour, and meschief, 160
CYT 716 To tellen al that longeth to that art! 162
 
 ALLE...........1
CYT 689 Demeth alle thyng be spoke of hym, ywis. 136
 
 ALSO...........3
CYT 596 He is ful jocunde also, dar I leye! 42
CYT 601 Nat but ynough; also, sire, trusteth me, 48
CYT 635 It is al baudy and totore also. 82
 
 ALTHOUGH.......1
CYT 681 We mowen nat, although we hadden it sworn, 128
 
 AM.............2
CYT 666 I am so used in the fyr to blowe 112
CYT 668 I am nat wont in no mirour to prie, 114
 
 AMENDE.........1
CYT 651 God it amende! I kan sey yow namoore. " 98
 
 AMONGES........1
CYT 608 As hoomly as he rit amonges yow, 54
 
 AND............43
CYT 558 And undernethe he hadde a whyt surplys. 4
CYT 569 And in myn herte wondren I bigan 16
CYT 578 For swoot and for to keep his heed from heete. 24
CYT 581 Were ful of plantayne and of paritorie. 28
CYT 582 And whan that he was come, he gan to crye, 28
CYT 588 And seyde, " Sires, now in the morwe-tyde 34
CYT 590 And warned heer my lord and my soverayn, 36
CYT 590 And warned heer my lord and my soverayn, 36
CYT 595 Thy lord were wys, and so I may wel deme. 42
CYT 600 He kan of murthe and eek of jolitee 46
CYT 602 And ye hym knewe as wel as do I, 48
CYT 603 Ye wolde wondre how wel and craftily 50
CYT 604 He koude werke, and that in sondry wise. 50
CYT 618 Seyde this Yeman, " and in wordes fewe, 64
CYT 622 And somwhat helpe I yet to his wirkyng -- 68
CYT 626 And pave it al of silver and of gold. " 72
CYT 626 And pave it al of silver and of gold. " 72
CYT 627 And whan this Yeman hadde this tale ytold 74
CYT 635 It is al baudy and totore also. 82
CYT 637 And is of power bettre clooth to beye, 84
CYT 639 Telle me that, and that I thee biseche. " 86
CYT 643 And therfore keepe it secree, I yow preye.) 90
CYT 647 Wherfore in that I holde hym lewed and nyce. 94
CYT 650 So dooth my lord, and that me greveth soore; 96
CYT 655 Syn that he is so crafty and so sly. 102
CYT 658 " Lurkynge in hernes and in lanes blynde, 104
CYT 659 Whereas thise robbours and thise theves by kynde 106
CYT 669 But swynke soore and lerne multiplie. 116
CYT 670 We blondren evere and pouren in the fir, 116
CYT 671 And for al that we faille of oure desir, 118
CYT 674 And borwe gold, be it a pound or two, 120
CYT 676 And make hem wenen, at the leeste weye, 122
CYT 679 It for to doon, and after it we grope. 126
CYT 685 This Chanoun drough hym neer and herde al thyng 132
CYT 692 And thus he seyde unto his Yeman tho: 138
CYT 693 " Hoold thou thy pees and spek no wordes mo, 140
CYT 696 And eek discoverest that thou sholdest hyde. " 142
CYT 700 And whan this Chanon saugh it wolde nat bee, 146
CYT 702 He fledde awey for verray sorwe and shame. 148
CYT 709 Er that he dye, sorwe have he and shame! 156
CYT 712 And yet, for al my smert and al my grief, 158
CYT 712 And yet, for al my smert and al my grief, 158
CYT 713 For al my sorwe, labour, and meschief, 160
 
 ANON...........1
CYT 704 Al that I kan anon now wol I telle. 150
 
 ANY............2
CYT 606 Which were ful hard for any that is heere 52
CYT 711 That feele I wel, what so any man seith. 158
 
 AQUEYNTAUNCE...1
CYT 610 Ye wolde nat forgoon his aqueyntaunce 56
 
 ARIGHT.........1
CYT 646 Aright, as clerkes seyn; it is a vice. 92
 
 ARISE..........1
CYT 703 " A! " quod the Yeman, " heere shal arise game; 150
 
 ARRAY..........1
CYT 567 It semed that he caried lite array. 14
 
 ART............1
CYT 716 To tellen al that longeth to that art! 162
 
 ARTOW..........1
CYT 664 Why artow so discoloured of thy face? " 110
 
 AS.............13
CYT 561 It semed as he had priked miles three. 8
CYT 565 He was of foom al flekked as a pye. 12
CYT 576 He hadde ay priked lik as he were wood. 22
CYT 580 His forheed dropped as a stillatorie 26
CYT 602 And ye hym knewe as wel as do I, 48
CYT 602 And ye hym knewe as wel as do I, 48
CYT 608 As hoomly as he rit amonges yow, 54
CYT 608 As hoomly as he rit amonges yow, 54
CYT 634 As in effect, to hym, so moot I go, 80
CYT 644 He is to wys, in feith, as I bileeve. 90
CYT 646 Aright, as clerkes seyn; it is a vice. 92
CYT 661 As they that dar nat shewen hir presence; 108
CYT 719 Swich thyng as that I knowe, I wol declare. 166