The Concordance
 
 A...............58
MancT 110 Slepynge agayn the sonne upon a day; 6
MancT 114 And syngen that it was a melodie 10
MancT 129 Was wont to beren in his hand a bowe. 24
MancT 130 Now hadde this Phebus in his hous a crowe 26
MancT 131 Which in a cage he fostred many a day, 26
MancT 131 Which in a cage he fostred many a day, 26
MancT 132 And taughte it speken, as men teche a jay. 28
MancT 133 Whit was this crowe as is a snow-whit swan, 28
MancT 135 He koude, whan he sholde telle a tale. 30
MancT 139 Now hadde this Phebus in his hous a wyf 34
MancT 148 A good wyf, that is clene of werk and thoght, 44
MancT 151 To kepe a shrewe, for it wol nat bee. 46
MancT 152 This holde I for a verray nycetee, 48
MancT 161 As to destreyne a thyng which that nature 56
MancT 162 Hath natureelly set in a creature. 58
MancT 163 Taak any bryd, and put it in a cage, 58
MancT 170 Levere in a forest that is rude and coold 66
MancT 175 Lat take a cat, and fostre hym wel with milk 70
MancT 177 And lat hym seen a mous go by the wal, 72
MancT 180 Swich appetit hath he to ete a mous. 76
MancT 183 A she-wolf hath also a vileyns kynde. 78
MancT 183 A she-wolf hath also a vileyns kynde. 78
MancT 186 In tyme whan hir lust to han a make. 82
MancT 189 For men han evere a likerous appetit 84
MancT 199 A man of litel reputacioun, 94
MancT 205 Hir lemman? Certes, this is a knavyssh speche! 100
MancT 209 If men shal telle proprely a thyng, 104
MancT 211 I am a boystous man, right thus seye I: 106
MancT 213 Bitwixe a wyf that is of heigh degree, 108
MancT 215 And a povre wenche, oother than this -- 110
MancT 219 And for that oother is a povre womman, 114
MancT 223 Right so bitwixe a titlelees tiraunt 118
MancT 224 And an outlawe or a theef erraunt, 120
MancT 230 Lo, therfore is he cleped a capitayn; 126
MancT 233 Ne brynge a contree to so greet mescheef, 128
MancT 234 Men clepen hym an outlawe or a theef. 130
MancT 235 But for I am a man noght textueel, 130
MancT 236 I wol noght telle of textes never a deel; 132
MancT 241 Biheeld hire werk, and seyde never a word. 136
MancT 246 That to myn herte it was a rejoysynge 142
MancT 255 The montance of a gnat, so moote I thryve! 150
MancT 264 His bowe he bente, and sette therinne a flo, 160
MancT 289 Allas, a thousand folk hath rakel ire 184
MancT 294 Thou songe whilom lyk a nyghtyngale; 190
MancT 298 Thus shal men on a traytour been awreke; 194
MancT 315 Techeth a man to kepen his tonge weel. 210
MancT 318 " My sone, thenk on the crowe, a Goddes name! 214
MancT 320 A wikked tonge is worse than a feend; 216
MancT 320 A wikked tonge is worse than a feend; 216
MancT 321 My sone, from a feend men may hem blesse. 216
MancT 323 Walled a tonge with teeth and lippes eke, 218
MancT 326 Hath many a man been spilt, as clerkes teche, 222
MancT 339 Wostow wherof a rakel tonge serveth? 234
MancT 340 Right as a swerd forkutteth and forkerveth 236
MancT 342 A tonge kutteth freendshipe al a-two. 238
MancT 343 A jangler is to God abhomynable. 238
MancT 348 A janglere speke of perilous mateere. 244
MancT 358 A tale of which he is now yvele apayd. 254
 
 A-TWO...........2
MancT 341 An arm a-two, my deere sone, right so 236
MancT 342 A tonge kutteth freendshipe al a-two. 238
 
 ABHOMYNABLE.....1
MancT 343 A jangler is to God abhomynable. 238
 
 ABOVE...........1
MancT 217 But that the gentile, in estaat above, 112
 
 ABSENT..........1
MancT 203 And so bifel, whan Phebus was absent, 98
 
 ACCORDE.........1
MancT 208 The word moot nede accorde with the dede. 104
 
 ADOUN...........1
MancT 105 Whan Phebus dwelled heere in this erthe adoun, 0
 
 AFTER...........1
MancT 270 And after that thus spak he to the crowe: 166
 
 AGAYN...........3
MancT 110 Slepynge agayn the sonne upon a day; 6
MancT 301 But evere crie agayn tempest and rayn, 196
MancT 354 He may by no wey clepe his word agayn. 250
 
 AL..............18
MancT 108 In al this world, and eek the beste archer. 4
MancT 136 Therwith in al this world no nyghtyngale 32
MancT 147 But al in ydel, for it availleth noght. 42
MancT 156 This worthy Phebus dooth al that he kan 52
MancT 164 And do al thyn entente and thy corage 60
MancT 167 And keep it al so clenly as thou may, 62
MancT 178 Anon he weyveth milk and flessh and al, 74
MancT 197 Deceyved was, for al his jolitee. 92
MancT 229 And brennen hous and hoom, and make al playn, 124
MancT 239 Anon they wroghten al hire lust volage. 134
MancT 249 Phebus, " quod he, " for al thy worthynesse, 144
MancT 250 For al thy beautee and thy gentilesse, 146
MancT 251 For al thy song and al thy mynstralcye, 146
MancT 251 For al thy song and al thy mynstralcye, 146
MancT 252 For al thy waityng, blered is thyn ye 148
MancT 297 Ne nevere in al thy lif ne shaltou speke. 192
MancT 305 And made hym blak, and refte hym al his song, 200
MancT 342 A tonge kutteth freendshipe al a-two. 238
 
 ALISAUNDRE......1
MancT 226 To Alisaundre was toold this sentence, 122
 
 ALLAS...........4
MancT 247 To heere thy voys? Allas, what song is this? " 142
MancT 273 Allas, that I was wroght! Why nere I deed? 168
MancT 289 Allas, a thousand folk hath rakel ire 184
MancT 291 Allas! For sorwe I wol myselven slee! " 186
 
 ALLE............4
MancT 166 Of alle deyntees that thou kanst bithynke, 62
MancT 187 Alle thise ensamples speke I by thise men 82
MancT 308 And for this caas been alle crowes blake. 204
MancT 330 At alle tymes, but whan thou doost thy peyne 226
 
 ALSO............1
MancT 183 A she-wolf hath also a vileyns kynde. 78
 
 ALTHOUGH........1
MancT 168 Although his cage of gold be never so gay, 64
 
 AM..............3
MancT 211 I am a boystous man, right thus seye I: 106
MancT 235 But for I am a man noght textueel, 130
MancT 316 But, as I seyde, I am noght textueel. 212
 
 AMONGES.........1
MancT 361 Whereso thou come, amonges hye or lowe, 256
 
 AMPHIOUN........1
MancT 116 Certes the kyng of Thebes, Amphioun, 12
 
 AMYS............3
MancT 216 If it so be they werke bothe amys -- 112
MancT 248 " By God, " quod he, " I synge nat amys. 144
MancT 278 O rakel hand, to doon so foule amys! 174
 
 AN..............5
MancT 137 Ne koude, by an hondred thousand deel, 32
MancT 224 And an outlawe or a theef erraunt, 120
MancT 232 And may nat doon so greet an harm as he, 128
MancT 234 Men clepen hym an outlawe or a theef. 130
MancT 341 An arm a-two, my deere sone, right so 236