The Concordance
 
 A.................86
NPT 2821 A povre wydwe, somdeel stape in age, 0
NPT 2822 Was whilom dwellyng in a narwe cotage, 2
NPT 2823 Biside a grove, stondynge in a dale. 2
NPT 2823 Biside a grove, stondynge in a dale. 2
NPT 2825 Syn thilke day that she was last a wyf 4
NPT 2826 In pacience ladde a ful symple lyf, 6
NPT 2831 Three keen, and eek a sheep that highte Malle. 10
NPT 2833 In which she eet ful many a sklendre meel. 12
NPT 2834 Of poynaunt sauce hir neded never a deel. 14
NPT 2846 For she was, as it were, a maner deye. 26
NPT 2847 A yeerd she hadde, enclosed al aboute 26
NPT 2848 With stikkes, and a drye dych withoute, 28
NPT 2849 In which she hadde a cok, hight Chauntecleer. 28
NPT 2854 Than is a clokke or an abbey orlogge. 34
NPT 2860 And batailled as it were a castel wal; 40
NPT 2877 But swich a joye was it to here hem synge, 56
NPT 2882 And so bifel that in a dawenynge, 62
NPT 2891 Ye been a verray sleper; fy, for shame! " 70
NPT 2899 Withinne our yeerd, wheer as I saugh a beest 78
NPT 2911 I kan nat love a coward, by my feith! 90
NPT 2920 Have ye no mannes herte, and han a berd? 100
NPT 2925 Whan humours been to habundant in a wight. 104
NPT 2934 Causeth ful many a man in sleep to crie 114
NPT 2938 That werken many a man sleep ful wo; 118
NPT 2940 " Lo Catoun, which that was so wys a man, 120
NPT 2958 And if it do, I dar wel leye a grote, 138
NPT 2959 That ye shul have a fevere terciane, 138
NPT 2961 A day or two ye shul have digestyves 140
NPT 2972 That hath of wysdom swich a greet renoun, 152
NPT 2975 Of many a man moore of auctorite 154
NPT 2986 On pilgrimage, in a ful good entente, 166
NPT 2987 And happed so, they coomen in a toun 166
NPT 2996 That oon of hem was logged in a stalle, 176
NPT 2997 Fer in a yeerd, with oxen of the plough; 176
NPT 3011 Hym thoughte his dreem nas but a vanitee. 190
NPT 3023 With a ful pitous face, pale of hewe. 202
NPT 3036 A dong-carte, wente as it were to donge lond, 216
NPT 3056 Though it abyde a yeer, or two, or thre. 236
NPT 3068 For certeyn cause, into a fer contree, 248
NPT 3070 That made hem in a citee for to tarie 250
NPT 3072 But on a day, agayn the even-tyde, 252
NPT 3076 But herkneth! To that o man fil a greet mervaille: 256
NPT 3078 Hym mette a wonder dreem agayn the day. 258
NPT 3079 Hym thoughte a man stood by his beddes syde, 258
NPT 3090 I sette nat a straw by thy dremynges, 270
NPT 3093 And of many a maze therwithal; 272
NPT 3109 That many a dreem ful soore is for to drede. 288
NPT 3112 Of Mercenrike, how Kenelm mette a thyng. 292
NPT 3113 A lite er he was mordred, on a day, 292
NPT 3113 A lite er he was mordred, on a day, 292
NPT 3137 May rede of dremes many a wonder thyng. 316
NPT 3139 Mette he nat that he sat upon a tree, 318
NPT 3156 I hem diffye, I love hem never a deel! 336
NPT 3174 And with a chuk he gan hem for to calle, 354
NPT 3175 For he hadde founde a corn, lay in the yerd. 354
NPT 3179 He looketh as it were a grym leoun, 358
NPT 3182 He chukketh whan he hath a corn yfounde, 362
NPT 3184 Thus roial, as a prince is in his halle, 364
NPT 3204 But sodeynly hym fil a sorweful cas, 384
NPT 3207 And if a rethor koude faire endite, 386
NPT 3208 He in a cronycle saufly myghte it write 388
NPT 3209 As for a sovereyn notabilitee. 388
NPT 3215 A col-fox, ful of sly iniquitee, 394
NPT 3221 And in a bed of wortes stille he lay 400
NPT 3244 Streyneth me nedely for to doon a thyng -- 424
NPT 3249 Or if his wityng streyneth never a deel 428
NPT 3252 My tale is of a cok, as ye may heere, 432
NPT 3274 Among the wortes on a boterflye, 454
NPT 3279 For natureelly a beest desireth flee 458
NPT 3286 Now, certes, I were worse than a feend, 466
NPT 3291 For trewely, ye have as myrie a stevene 470
NPT 3313 Among his vers, how that ther was a cok, 492
NPT 3314 For that a preestes sone yaf hym a knok 494
NPT 3314 For that a preestes sone yaf hym a knok 494
NPT 3325 Allas, ye lordes, many a fals flatour 504
NPT 3326 Is in youre courtes, and many a losengeour, 506
NPT 3341 And on a Friday fil al this meschaunce. 520
NPT 3352 For on a Friday, soothly, slayn was he. 532
NPT 3368 And brende hirselven with a stedefast herte. 548
NPT 3384 And Malkyn, with a dystaf in hir hand; 564
NPT 3393 So hydous was the noyse -- a, benedicitee! -- 572
NPT 3410 A verray pestilence upon yow falle! 590
NPT 3417 And heighe upon a tree he fleigh anon. 596
NPT 3438 But ye that holden this tale a folye, 618
NPT 3439 As of a fox, or of a cok and hen, 618
NPT 3439 As of a fox, or of a cok and hen, 618
 
 A-NYGHT...........1
NPT 3167 For whan I feele a-nyght your softe syde -- 346
 
 ABBEY.............1
NPT 2854 Than is a clokke or an abbey orlogge. 34
 
 ABHOMYNABLE.......1
NPT 3053 Mordre is so wlatsom and abhomynable 232
 
 ABOUTE............2
NPT 2847 A yeerd she hadde, enclosed al aboute 26
NPT 3161 Ye been so scarlet reed aboute youre yen, 340
 
 ABOVE.............3
NPT 2909 Allas, " quod she, " for, by that God above, 88
NPT 2917 Ne noon avauntour, by that God above! 96
NPT 2953 To purge yow bynethe and eek above. 132
 
 ABRAYDE...........1
NPT 3008 This man out of his sleep for feere abrayde; 188
 
 ABYDE.............4
NPT 3056 Though it abyde a yeer, or two, or thre. 236
NPT 3080 And hym comanded that he sholde abyde, 260
NPT 3095 But sith I see that thou wolt heere abyde, 274
NPT 3412 Maugree youre heed, the cok shal heere abyde. 592
 
 ACCORD............1
NPT 2879 In sweete accord, " My lief is faren in londe! " -- 58
 
 ACCORDANT.........1
NPT 2836 Hir diete was accordant to hir cote. 16
 
 ACHILLES..........1
NPT 3148 But he was slayn anon of Achilles. 328
 
 ACTES.............1
NPT 3136 Whoso wol seken actes of sondry remes 316
 
 ACURSED...........1
NPT 3230 O Chauntecleer, acursed be that morwe 410
 
 ADAM..............1
NPT 3258 And made Adam fro Paradys to go, 438
 
 ADVERSITEE........1
NPT 3153 Adversitee; and I seye forthermoor 332
 
 AFERD.............3
NPT 2919 That any thyng myghte make yow aferd? 98
NPT 3176 Real he was, he was namoore aferd. 356
NPT 3421 In as muche as I maked yow aferd 600