The Concordance
 
 A................83
MkT 2000 And nat a man, at hym wol I bigynne. 10
MkT 2034 For he on every tayl had knyt a brond; 44
MkT 2037 A thousand men he slow eek with his hond, 46
MkT 2044 Out of a wang-tooth sprang anon a welle, 54
MkT 2044 Out of a wang-tooth sprang anon a welle, 54
MkT 2047 By verray force at Gazan on a nyght, 56
MkT 2061 But soone shal he wepe many a teere, 70
MkT 2066 And slepynge in hir barm upon a day, 76
MkT 2073 But now is he in prison in a cave, 82
MkT 2080 His foomen made a feeste upon a day, 90
MkT 2080 His foomen made a feeste upon a day, 90
MkT 2082 And this was in a temple of greet array. 92
MkT 2083 But atte laste he made a foul affray, 92
MkT 2107 And he slow Cacus in a cave of stoon; 116
MkT 2118 In stide of boundes he a pileer sette. 128
MkT 2119 A lemman hadde this noble champioun, 128
MkT 2122 She hath hym sent a sherte, fressh and gay. 132
MkT 2125 That er that he had wered it half a day 134
MkT 2142 By swich a wey as he wolde leest suppose. 152
MkT 2159 This proude kyng leet maken a statue of gold, 168
MkT 2163 Or in a fourneys, ful of flambes rede, 172
MkT 2171 And lyk a beest hym semed for to bee, 180
MkT 2176 His nayles lyk a briddes clawes weere; 186
MkT 2177 Til God relessed hym a certeyn yeres, 186
MkT 2178 And yaf hym wit, and thanne with many a teere 188
MkT 2191 A feeste he made unto his lordes alle 200
MkT 2192 Upon a tyme and bad hem blithe bee; 202
MkT 2202 And on a wal this kyng his eyen caste 212
MkT 2217 And eet hey as a beest in weet and drye 226
MkT 2241 For whan Fortune wole a man forsake, 250
MkT 2257 And many a wilde hertes blood she shedde 266
MkT 2265 And slepen under a bussh, and she koude eke 274
MkT 2272 To Odenake, a prynce of that contree, 282
MkT 2282 To have a child, the world to multiplye; 292
MkT 2298 I seye, so worshipful a creature, 308
MkT 2314 In the orient, with many a fair citee 324
MkT 2372 Shal on hir heed now were a vitremyte; 382
MkT 2374 Shal bere a distaf, hire cost for to quyte. 384
MkT 2379 And after, at a seege, by subtiltee, 388
MkT 2390 Broghte this worthy kyng in swich a brike. 400
MkT 2409 But litel out of Pize stant a tour, 418
MkT 2414 Swiche briddes for to putte in swich a cage! 424
MkT 2417 Hadde on hym maad a fals suggestioun, 426
MkT 2423 And on a day bifil that in that hour 432
MkT 2427 And in his herte anon ther fil a thoght 436
MkT 2453 And after that, withinne a day or two, 462
MkT 2459 Whoso wol here it in a lenger wise, 468
MkT 2480 The senatours he slow upon a day 490
MkT 2488 Ne cam, but seyde, " A fair womman was she! " 498
MkT 2495 In yowthe a maister hadde this emperour 504
MkT 2509 For which he in a bath made hym to blede 518
MkT 2513 Which afterward hym thoughte a greet grevaunce; 522
MkT 2516 Chees in a bath to dye in this manere 526
MkT 2523 To sette a man that is fulfild of vice 532
MkT 2527 The peple roos upon hym on a nyght 536
MkT 2542 And ran into a gardyn hym to hyde. 552
MkT 2544 That seten by a fyr, greet and reed. 554
MkT 2550 Of which Fortune lough, and hadde a game. 560
MkT 2551 Was nevere capitayn under a kyng 560
MkT 2565 Save in Bethulia, a strong citee, 574
MkT 2566 Where Eliachim a preest was of that place. 576
MkT 2569 Withinne his tente, large as is a berne, 578
MkT 2571 Judith, a womman, as he lay upright 580
MkT 2604 For many a mannes guttes dide he peyne. 614
MkT 2613 But in a chayer men aboute hym bar, 622
MkT 2627 He starf ful wrecchedly in a monteyne. 636
MkT 2629 That many a man made to wepe and pleyne, 638
MkT 2659 That evere sholde fallen swich a cas! 668
MkT 2662 And for thee ne weep she never a teere. 672
MkT 2687 But now a litel while I wol biwaille 696
MkT 2690 I seye, oon of his men, a fals traitour, 700
MkT 2694 That Fortune unto swich a fyn thee broghte! 704
MkT 2697 But on a tyme Brutus Cassius, 706
MkT 2704 Upon a day, as he was wont to goon, 714
MkT 2708 With many a wounde, and thus they lete hym lye; 718
MkT 2716 And as he lay of diyng in a traunce, 726
MkT 2731 But swich a reyn doun fro the welkne shadde 740
MkT 2736 For to bigynne a newe werre agayn. 746
MkT 2740 And eek a sweven upon a nyght he mette, 750
MkT 2740 And eek a sweven upon a nyght he mette, 750
MkT 2743 Upon a tree he was, as that hym thoughte, 752
MkT 2745 And Phebus eek a fair towaille hym broughte 754
MkT 2766 And covere hire brighte face with a clowde. 776
 
 A-NYGHT..........1
MkT 2568 Amydde his hoost he dronke lay a-nyght, 578
 
 AAS..............1
MkT 2661 Thy sys Fortune hath turned into aas, 670
 
 ABATE............1
MkT 2590 Wenynge that God ne myghte his pride abate. 600
 
 ABOUTE...........2
MkT 2174 Til certein tyme was ycome aboute. 184
MkT 2613 But in a chayer men aboute hym bar, 622
 
 ACCUSEN..........1
MkT 2129 Be as be may, I wol hire noght accusen; 138
 
 ACHELOYS.........1
MkT 2106 Of Acheloys two hornes he brak oon; 116
 
 ACOUNTE..........1
MkT 2401 Why sholde I nat thyn infortune acounte, 410
 
 ACUSTUMAUNCE.....1
MkT 2511 This Nero hadde eek of acustumaunce 520
 
 ADAM.............2
MkT 2007 Loo Adam, in the feeld of Damyssene 16
MkT 2012 As Adam, til he for mysgovernaunce 22
 
 ADOUN............5
MkT 2099 He of Centauros leyde the boost adoun; 108
MkT 2440 Til in his fadres barm adoun it lay, 450
MkT 2454 They leyde hem in his lappe adoun and deyde. 464
MkT 2464 As any feend that lith ful lowe adoun, 474
MkT 2637 The pride of man and beest he leyde adoun, 646
 
 ADOURED..........1
MkT 2563 " Noon oother god sholde adoured bee. " 572
 
 ADVERSARIE.......1
MkT 2678 Til that Fortune weex his adversarie. 688
 
 ADVERSITEE.......1
MkT 1994 To brynge hem out of hir adversitee. 4
 
 AFFRAY...........1
MkT 2083 But atte laste he made a foul affray, 92
 
 AFTER............6
MkT 2184 That heeld the regne after his fader day, 194
MkT 2323 And after, of hir meschief and hire wo, 332
MkT 2365 Coroned was she, as after hir degree, 374
MkT 2379 And after, at a seege, by subtiltee, 388
MkT 2453 And after that, withinne a day or two, 462
MkT 2474 After that tyme he nolde it nevere see. 484