The Concordance
 
 A.............9
NPT 2771 I seye for me, it is a greet disese, 4
NPT 2775 As whan a man hath been in povre estaat, 8
NPT 2782 He spak how Fortune covered with a clowde 16
NPT 2783 I noot nevere what; and als of a tragedie 16
NPT 2786 That that is doon, and als it is a peyne, 20
NPT 2790 Swich talkyng is nat worth a boterflye, 24
NPT 2801 Whereas a man may have noon audience, 34
NPT 2812 Be blithe, though thou ryde upon a jade. 46
NPT 2814 If he wol serve thee, rekke nat a bene. 48
 
 ABIDETH.......1
NPT 2777 And there abideth in prosperitee. 10
 
 AL............2
NPT 2789 Youre tale anoyeth al this compaignye. 22
NPT 2799 Thanne hadde your tale al be toold in veyn. 32
 
 ALLAS.........1
NPT 2773 To heeren of hire sodeyn fal, allas! 6
 
 ALLE..........1
NPT 2796 By hevene kyng that for us alle dyde, 30
 
 ALS...........2
NPT 2783 I noot nevere what; and als of a tragedie 16
NPT 2786 That that is doon, and als it is a peyne, 20
 
 ALTHOGH.......1
NPT 2798 Althogh the slough had never been so deep; 32
 
 AND...........17
NPT 2769 And muchel moore; for litel hevynesse 2
NPT 2772 Whereas men han been in greet welthe and ese, 6
NPT 2774 And the contrarie is joye and greet solas, 8
NPT 2774 And the contrarie is joye and greet solas, 8
NPT 2776 And clymbeth up and wexeth fortunat, 10
NPT 2776 And clymbeth up and wexeth fortunat, 10
NPT 2777 And there abideth in prosperitee. 10
NPT 2779 And of swich thyng were goodly for to telle. " 12
NPT 2783 I noot nevere what; and als of a tragedie 16
NPT 2784 Right now ye herde, and pardee, no remedie 18
NPT 2786 That that is doon, and als it is a peyne, 20
NPT 2803 " And wel I woot the substance is in me, 36
NPT 2808 Thanne spak oure Hoost with rude speche and boold, 42
NPT 2809 And seyde unto the Nonnes Preest anon, 42
NPT 2813 What thogh thyn hors be bothe foul and lene? 46
NPT 2818 And right anon his tale he hath attamed, 52
NPT 2819 And thus he seyde unto us everichon, 52
 
 ANON..........2
NPT 2809 And seyde unto the Nonnes Preest anon, 42
NPT 2818 And right anon his tale he hath attamed, 52
 
 ANOTHER.......1
NPT 2807 Now lat another telle, as I have toold. " 40
 
 ANOYETH.......1
NPT 2789 Youre tale anoyeth al this compaignye. 22
 
 ANY...........1
NPT 2804 If any thyng shal wel reported be. 38
 
 AS............6
NPT 2775 As whan a man hath been in povre estaat, 8
NPT 2778 Swich thyng is gladsom, as it thynketh me, 12
NPT 2787 As ye han seyd, to heere of hevynesse. 20
NPT 2800 For certeinly, as that thise clerkes seyn, 34
NPT 2807 Now lat another telle, as I have toold. " 40
NPT 2811 Telle us swich thyng as may oure hertes glade. 44
 
 ATTAMED.......1
NPT 2818 And right anon his tale he hath attamed, 52
 
 AUDIENCE......1
NPT 2801 Whereas a man may have noon audience, 34
 
 BE............7
NPT 2799 Thanne hadde your tale al be toold in veyn. 32
NPT 2804 If any thyng shal wel reported be. 38
NPT 2812 Be blithe, though thou ryde upon a jade. 46
NPT 2813 What thogh thyn hors be bothe foul and lene? 46
NPT 2815 Looke that thyn herte be murie everemo. " 48
NPT 2817 But I be myrie, ywis I wol be blamed. " 50
NPT 2817 But I be myrie, ywis I wol be blamed. " 50
 
 BEEN..........3
NPT 2772 Whereas men han been in greet welthe and ese, 6
NPT 2775 As whan a man hath been in povre estaat, 8
NPT 2798 Althogh the slough had never been so deep; 32
 
 BELLE.........1
NPT 2780 " Ye, " quod oure Hooste, " by Seint Poules belle! 14
 
 BELLES........1
NPT 2794 For sikerly, nere clynkyng of youre belles 28
 
 BENE..........1
NPT 2814 If he wol serve thee, rekke nat a bene. 48
 
 BIWAILLE......1
NPT 2785 It is for to biwaille ne compleyne 18
 
 BLAMED........1
NPT 2817 But I be myrie, ywis I wol be blamed. " 50
 
 BLESSE........1
NPT 2788 " Sire Monk, namoore of this, so God yow blesse! 22
 
 BLITHE........1
NPT 2812 Be blithe, though thou ryde upon a jade. 46
 
 BOOLD.........1
NPT 2808 Thanne spak oure Hoost with rude speche and boold, 42
 
 BOTERFLYE.....1
NPT 2790 Swich talkyng is nat worth a boterflye, 24
 
 BOTHE.........1
NPT 2813 What thogh thyn hors be bothe foul and lene? 46
 
 BRIDEL........1
NPT 2795 That on youre bridel hange on every syde, 28
 
 BUT...........1
NPT 2817 But I be myrie, ywis I wol be blamed. " 50
 
 BY............3
NPT 2780 " Ye, " quod oure Hooste, " by Seint Poules belle! 14
NPT 2792 Wherfore, sire Monk, daun Piers by youre name, 26
NPT 2796 By hevene kyng that for us alle dyde, 30
 
 CERTEINLY.....1
NPT 2800 For certeinly, as that thise clerkes seyn, 34
 
 CLAPPETH......1
NPT 2781 Ye seye right sooth; this Monk he clappeth lowde. 14
 
 CLERKES.......1
NPT 2800 For certeinly, as that thise clerkes seyn, 34
 
 CLOWDE........1
NPT 2782 He spak how Fortune covered with a clowde 16
 
 CLYMBETH......1
NPT 2776 And clymbeth up and wexeth fortunat, 10
 
 CLYNKYNG......1
NPT 2794 For sikerly, nere clynkyng of youre belles 28
 
 COM...........2
NPT 2810 " Com neer, thou preest, com hyder, thou sir John! 44
NPT 2810 " Com neer, thou preest, com hyder, thou sir John! 44
 
 COMPAIGNYE....1
NPT 2789 Youre tale anoyeth al this compaignye. 22
 
 COMPLEYNE.....1
NPT 2785 It is for to biwaille ne compleyne 18
 
 CONTRARIE.....1
NPT 2774 And the contrarie is joye and greet solas, 8
 
 COVERED.......1
NPT 2782 He spak how Fortune covered with a clowde 16
 
 DAUN..........1
NPT 2792 Wherfore, sire Monk, daun Piers by youre name, 26
 
 DEEP..........1
NPT 2798 Althogh the slough had never been so deep; 32
 
 DESPORT.......1
NPT 2791 For therinne is ther no desport ne game. 24
 
 DISESE........1
NPT 2771 I seye for me, it is a greet disese, 4
 
 DOON..........1
NPT 2786 That that is doon, and als it is a peyne, 20
 
 DOUN..........1
NPT 2797 I sholde er this han fallen doun for sleep, 30
 
 DYDE..........1
NPT 2796 By hevene kyng that for us alle dyde, 30
 
 ELLES.........1
NPT 2793 I pray yow hertely telle us somwhat elles; 26
 
 ER............1
NPT 2797 I sholde er this han fallen doun for sleep, 30
 
 ESE...........1
NPT 2772 Whereas men han been in greet welthe and ese, 6
 
 ESTAAT........1
NPT 2775 As whan a man hath been in povre estaat, 8
 
 EVEREMO.......1
NPT 2815 Looke that thyn herte be murie everemo. " 48
 
 EVERICHON.....1
NPT 2819 And thus he seyde unto us everichon, 52
 
 EVERY.........1
NPT 2795 That on youre bridel hange on every syde, 28
 
 FAL...........1
NPT 2773 To heeren of hire sodeyn fal, allas! 6
 
 FALLEN........1
NPT 2797 I sholde er this han fallen doun for sleep, 30
 
 FOLK..........1
NPT 2770 Is right ynough to muche folk, I gesse. 4
 
 FOR...........9
NPT 2769 And muchel moore; for litel hevynesse 2
NPT 2771 I seye for me, it is a greet disese, 4
NPT 2779 And of swich thyng were goodly for to telle. " 12
NPT 2785 It is for to biwaille ne compleyne 18
NPT 2791 For therinne is ther no desport ne game. 24
NPT 2794 For sikerly, nere clynkyng of youre belles 28
NPT 2796 By hevene kyng that for us alle dyde, 30
NPT 2797 I sholde er this han fallen doun for sleep, 30
NPT 2800 For certeinly, as that thise clerkes seyn, 34