The Concordance
 
 A................51
FrT 1302 An erchedeken, a man of heigh degree, 2
FrT 1321 He hadde a somonour redy to his hond; 20
FrT 1322 A slyer boye nas noon in Engelond; 22
FrT 1344 He took hymself a greet profit therby; 44
FrT 1346 Withouten mandement a lewed man 46
FrT 1351 And was a theef, right swich a theef was he; 50
FrT 1351 And was a theef, right swich a theef was he; 50
FrT 1354 A theef, and eek a somnour, and a baude. 54
FrT 1354 A theef, and eek a somnour, and a baude. 54
FrT 1354 A theef, and eek a somnour, and a baude. 54
FrT 1360 And he wolde fecche a feyned mandement, 60
FrT 1371 Bet than this somnour knew a sly lecchour, 70
FrT 1372 Or an avowtier, or a paramour. 72
FrT 1375 And so bifel that ones on a day 74
FrT 1377 Rood for to somne an old wydwe, a ribibe, 76
FrT 1378 Feynynge a cause, for he wolde brybe. 78
FrT 1380 A gay yeman, under a forest syde. 80
FrT 1380 A gay yeman, under a forest syde. 80
FrT 1381 A bowe he bar, and arwes brighte and kene; 80
FrT 1382 He hadde upon a courtepy of grene, 82
FrT 1390 To ryden, for to reysen up a rente 90
FrT 1392 " Artow thanne a bailly? " " Ye, " quod he. 92
FrT 1394 Seye that he was a somonour, for the name. 94
FrT 1396 Thou art a bailly, and I am another. 96
FrT 1419 Syn that ye been a baillif as am I, 118
FrT 1425 " As I shal tellen thee a feithful tale, 124
FrT 1446 This yeman gan a litel for to smyle. 146
FrT 1448 I am a feend; my dwellyng is in helle, 148
FrT 1455 Unto the worldes ende for a preye. " 154
FrT 1456 " A! " quod this somonour, " benedicite! What sey ye? 156
FrT 1457 I wende ye were a yeman trewely. 156
FrT 1458 Ye han a mannes shap as wel as I; 158
FrT 1459 Han ye a figure thanne determinat 158
FrT 1464 Somtyme lyk a man, or lyk an ape, 164
FrT 1467 A lowsy jogelour kan deceyve thee, 166
FrT 1474 " Ful many a cause, leeve sire somonour, " 174
FrT 1495 Upon a man and doon his soule unreste 194
FrT 1498 It is a cause of his savacioun, 198
FrT 1518 Konne in a chayer rede of this sentence 218
FrT 1524 I am a yeman, knowen is ful wyde; 224
FrT 1539 They saugh a cart that charged was with hey, 238
FrT 1540 Which that a cartere droof forth in his wey. 240
FrT 1548 This somonour seyde, " Heere shal we have a pley. " 248
FrT 1555 " Nay, " quod the devel, " God woot, never a deel! 254
FrT 1558 Or elles stynt a while, and thou shalt see. " 258
FrT 1575 As for to yeve a peny of hir good. 274
FrT 1586 " I have, " quod he, " of somonce here a bille; 286
FrT 1592 I have been syk, and that ful many a day. 292
FrT 1595 May I nat axe a libel, sire somonour, 294
FrT 1638 Moore than a maister of dyvynytee. " 338
FrT 1651 Thogh that I myghte a thousand wynter telle 350
 
 ABLE.............1
FrT 1472 As moost able is oure preyes for to take. " 172
 
 ABOUTE...........1
FrT 1449 And heere I ryde aboute my purchasyng, 148
 
 ABOUTEN..........2
FrT 1530 And bothe we goon abouten oure purchas. 230
FrT 1569 Lat us go forth abouten oure viage; 268
 
 ACQUEYNTANCE.....1
FrT 1342 For hire acqueyntance was nat come of newe. 42
 
 ACQUITE..........1
FrT 1599 Twelf pens to me, and I wol thee acquite. 298
 
 AFTER............2
FrT 1642 And God, that maked after his ymage 342
FrT 1647 After the text of Crist, Poul, and John, 346
 
 AGRYSE...........1
FrT 1649 Swiche peynes that youre hertes myghte agryse, 348
 
 AL...............16
FrT 1341 That tolde hym al the secree that they knewe, 40
FrT 1373 And for that was the fruyt of al his rente, 72
FrT 1374 Therfore on it he sette al his entente. 74
FrT 1402 Al shal be thyn, right as thou wolt desire. " 102
FrT 1430 For sothe, I take al that men wol me yive. 130
FrT 1432 Fro yeer to yeer I wynne al my dispence. 132
FrT 1451 My purchas is th' effect of al my rente. 150
FrT 1473 " What maketh yow to han al this labour? " 172
FrT 1480 For, brother myn, thy wit is al to bare 180
FrT 1496 And nat his body, and al is for the beste. 196
FrT 1499 Al be it that it was nat oure entente 198
FrT 1547 The devel have al, bothe hors and cart and hey! " 246
FrT 1562 And al his handwerk, bothe moore and lesse! 262
FrT 1620 Somoned unto youre court in al my lyf; 320
FrT 1629 And panne and al, but he wol hym repente! " 328
FrT 1650 Al be it so no tonge may it devyse, 350
 
 ALGATE...........1
FrT 1431 Algate, by sleyghte or by violence, 130
 
 ALGATES..........1
FrT 1514 Thou wolt algates wite how we been shape; 214
 
 ALLAS............1
FrT 1612 " Allas! " quod she, " God woot, I have no gilt. " 312
 
 ALLE.............3
FrT 1331 Ne nevere shullen, terme of alle hir lyves. 30
FrT 1475 Seyde this feend, " but alle thyng hath tyme. 174
FrT 1643 Mankynde, save and gyde us, alle and some, 342
 
 ALMESSE..........1
FrT 1609 Kithe youre almesse on me, povre wrecche. " 308
 
 ALMOOST..........1
FrT 1574 That hadde almoost as lief to lese hire nekke 274
 
 ALSO.............3
FrT 1309 Of usure, and of symonye also. 8
FrT 1520 Or Dant also. Now lat us ryde blyve, 220
FrT 1623 Yeve I thy body and my panne also! " 322
 
 ALTHOGH..........1
FrT 1481 To understonde, althogh I tolde hem thee. 180
 
 ALWAY............2
FrT 1505 Make ye yow newe bodies thus alway 204
FrT 1657 " The leoun sit in his awayt alway 356
 
 ALWEY............3
FrT 1339 Hadde alwey bawdes redy to his hond, 38
FrT 1345 His maister knew nat alwey what he wan. 44
FrT 1470 In sondry shap, and nat alwey in oon? " 170
 
 AM...............8
FrT 1366 I am thy freend, ther I thee may availle. " 66
FrT 1396 Thou art a bailly, and I am another. 96
FrT 1397 I am unknowen as in this contree; 96
FrT 1419 Syn that ye been a baillif as am I, 118
FrT 1448 I am a feend; my dwellyng is in helle, 148
FrT 1524 I am a yeman, knowen is ful wyde; 224
FrT 1528 As I am sworn, and ech of us til oother, 228
FrT 1608 Ye knowen wel that I am povre and oold; 308
 
 AN...............10
FrT 1302 An erchedeken, a man of heigh degree, 2
FrT 1327 For thogh this Somonour wood were as an hare, 26
FrT 1370 That kan an hurt deer from an hool yknowe 70
FrT 1370 That kan an hurt deer from an hool yknowe 70
FrT 1372 Or an avowtier, or a paramour. 72
FrT 1377 Rood for to somne an old wydwe, a ribibe, 76
FrT 1383 An hat upon his heed with frenges blake. 82
FrT 1464 Somtyme lyk a man, or lyk an ape, 164
FrT 1465 Or lyk an angel kan I ryde or go. 164
FrT 1573 " Brother, " quod he, " heere woneth an old rebekke 272