The Concordance
 
 A...............14
MilT 3111 That he ne seyde it was a noble storie 2
MilT 3126 I kan a noble tale for the nones, 18
MilT 3134 Oure Hoost answerde, " Tel on, a devel wey! 26
MilT 3135 Thou art a fool; thy wit is overcome. " 26
MilT 3137 But first I make a protestacioun 28
MilT 3141 For I wol telle a legende and a lyf 32
MilT 3141 For I wol telle a legende and a lyf 32
MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, 34
MilT 3143 How that a clerk hath set the wrightes cappe. " 34
MilT 3146 It is a synne and eek a greet folye 38
MilT 3146 It is a synne and eek a greet folye 38
MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. 46
MilT 3158 I have a wyf, pardee, as wel as thow; 50
MilT 3182 The Millere is a cherl; ye knowe wel this. 74
 
 ABYD............2
MilT 3129 And seyde, " Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; 20
MilT 3131 Abyd, and lat us werken thriftily. " 22
 
 ABYDE...........1
MilT 3123 Ne abyde no man for his curteisie, 14
 
 AGEYN...........1
MilT 3150 This dronke Millere spak ful soone ageyn 42
 
 AL..............2
MilT 3110 In al the route nas ther yong ne oold 2
MilT 3120 The Millere, that for dronken was al pale, 12
 
 ALE.............2
MilT 3128 Oure Hooste saugh that he was dronke of ale, 20
MilT 3140 Wyte it the ale of Southwerk, I you preye. 32
 
 ALLE............2
MilT 3136 " Now herkneth, " quod the Millere, " alle and some! 28
MilT 3174 Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, 66
 
 AM..............2
MilT 3138 That I am dronke; I knowe it by my soun. 30
MilT 3162 I wol bileve wel that I am noon. 54
 
 AMYS............1
MilT 3181 Blameth nat me if that ye chese amys. 72
 
 AN..............1
MilT 3163 An housbonde shal nat been inquisityf 54
 
 AND.............27
MilT 3112 And worthy for to drawen to memorie, 4
MilT 3113 And namely the gentils everichon. 4
MilT 3114 Oure Hooste lough and swoor, " So moot I gon, 6
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
MilT 3129 And seyde, " Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; 20
MilT 3131 Abyd, and lat us werken thriftily. " 22
MilT 3136 " Now herkneth, " quod the Millere, " alle and some! 28
MilT 3139 And therfore if that I mysspeke or seye, 30
MilT 3141 For I wol telle a legende and a lyf 32
MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, 34
MilT 3144 The Reve answerde and seyde, " Stynt thy clappe! 36
MilT 3146 It is a synne and eek a greet folye 38
MilT 3148 And eek to bryngen wyves in swich fame. 40
MilT 3151 And seyde, " Leve brother Osewold, 42
MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. 46
MilT 3171 And therfore every gentil wight I preye, 62
MilT 3176 And therfore, whoso list it nat yheere, 68
MilT 3177 Turne over the leef and chese another tale; 68
MilT 3178 For he shal fynde ynowe, grete and smale, 70
MilT 3180 And eek moralitee and hoolynesse. 72
MilT 3180 And eek moralitee and hoolynesse. 72
MilT 3183 So was the Reve eek and othere mo, 74
MilT 3184 And harlotrie they tolden bothe two. 76
MilT 3185 Avyseth yow, and put me out of blame; 76
MilT 3186 And eek men shal nat maken ernest of game. 78
 
 ANGRY...........1
MilT 3157 Why artow angry with my tale now? 48
 
 ANOTHER.........3
MilT 3116 Lat se now who shal telle another tale; 8
MilT 3130 Som bettre man shal telle us first another. 22
MilT 3177 Turne over the leef and chese another tale; 68
 
 ANSWERDE........2
MilT 3134 Oure Hoost answerde, " Tel on, a devel wey! 26
MilT 3144 The Reve answerde and seyde, " Stynt thy clappe! 36
 
 ANY.............1
MilT 3147 To apeyren any man, or hym defame, 38
 
 APEYREN.........1
MilT 3147 To apeyren any man, or hym defame, 38
 
 ARIGHT..........1
MilT 3115 This gooth aright; unbokeled is the male. 6
 
 ARMES...........1
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
 
 ART.............2
MilT 3135 Thou art a fool; thy wit is overcome. " 26
MilT 3153 But I sey nat therfore that thou art oon; 44
 
 ARTOW...........1
MilT 3157 Why artow angry with my tale now? 48
 
 AS..............3
MilT 3158 I have a wyf, pardee, as wel as thow; 50
MilT 3158 I have a wyf, pardee, as wel as thow; 50
MilT 3161 As demen of myself that I were oon; 52
 
 ATHYNKETH.......1
MilT 3170 M' athynketh that I shal reherce it heere. 62
 
 AVALEN..........1
MilT 3122 He nolde avalen neither hood ne hat, 14
 
 AVYSETH.........1
MilT 3185 Avyseth yow, and put me out of blame; 76
 
 AYEYNS..........1
MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. 46
 
 BADDE...........1
MilT 3155 And evere a thousand goode ayeyns oon badde. 46
 
 BE..............2
MilT 3145 Lat be thy lewed dronken harlotrye. 36
MilT 3174 Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, 66
 
 BEEN............2
MilT 3154 Ther been ful goode wyves many oon, 46
MilT 3163 An housbonde shal nat been inquisityf 54
 
 BETTRE..........2
MilT 3130 Som bettre man shal telle us first another. 22
MilT 3174 Hir tales alle, be they bettre or werse, 66
 
 BIGONNE.........1
MilT 3117 For trewely the game is wel bigonne. 8
 
 BILEVE..........1
MilT 3162 I wol bileve wel that I am noon. 54
 
 BLAME...........1
MilT 3185 Avyseth yow, and put me out of blame; 76
 
 BLAMETH.........1
MilT 3181 Blameth nat me if that ye chese amys. 72
 
 BLOOD...........1
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
 
 BONES...........1
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
 
 BOTHE...........2
MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, 34
MilT 3184 And harlotrie they tolden bothe two. 76
 
 BROTHER.........2
MilT 3129 And seyde, " Abyd, Robyn, my leeve brother; 20
MilT 3151 And seyde, " Leve brother Osewold, 42
 
 BRYNGEN.........1
MilT 3148 And eek to bryngen wyves in swich fame. 40
 
 BUT.............7
MilT 3124 But in Pilates voys he gan to crie, 16
MilT 3137 But first I make a protestacioun 28
MilT 3153 But I sey nat therfore that thou art oon; 44
MilT 3156 That knowestow wel thyself, but if thou madde. 48
MilT 3167 What sholde I moore seyn, but this Millere 58
MilT 3169 But tolde his cherles tale in his manere. 60
MilT 3173 Of yvel entente, but for I moot reherce 64
 
 BY..............4
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
MilT 3125 And swoor, " By armes, and by blood and bones, 16
MilT 3132 " By Goddes soule, " quod he, " that wol nat I; 24
MilT 3138 That I am dronke; I knowe it by my soun. 30
 
 CAPPE...........1
MilT 3143 How that a clerk hath set the wrightes cappe. " 34
 
 CARPENTER.......1
MilT 3142 Bothe of a carpenter and of his wyf, 34
 
 CHERL...........1
MilT 3182 The Millere is a cherl; ye knowe wel this. 74
 
 CHERLES.........1
MilT 3169 But tolde his cherles tale in his manere. 60
 
 CHESE...........2
MilT 3177 Turne over the leef and chese another tale; 68
MilT 3181 Blameth nat me if that ye chese amys. 72