The Concordance
 
 A............10
PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. 2
PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. 2
PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. 10
PardT 302 This is a pitous tale for to heere. 16
PardT 309 So moot I theen, thou art a propre man, 22
PardT 310 And lyk a prelat, by Seint Ronyan! 24
PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. 26
PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, 28
PardT 316 Or but I heere anon a myrie tale, 30
PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " 36
 
 ADVOCATZ.....1
PardT 291 Come to thise juges and hire advocatz! 4
 
 AL...........1
PardT 294 Wherfore I seye al day that men may see 8
 
 ALE..........1
PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, 28
 
 ALESTAKE.....1
PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake 34
 
 ALGATE.......1
PardT 292 Algate this sely mayde is slayn, allas! 6
 
 ALLAS........3
PardT 292 Algate this sely mayde is slayn, allas! 6
PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! 6
PardT 298 Allas, so pitously as she was slayn! 12
 
 ALMOOST......1
PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. 26
 
 AMY..........1
PardT 318 Thou beel amy, thou Pardoner, " he sayde, 32
 
 AND..........13
PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! 2
PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. 2
PardT 291 Come to thise juges and hire advocatz! 4
PardT 295 That yiftes of Fortune and of Nature 8
PardT 305 And eek thyne urynals and thy jurdones, 18
PardT 305 And eek thyne urynals and thy jurdones, 18
PardT 306 Thyn ypocras, and eek thy galiones, 20
PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; 20
PardT 308 God blesse hem, and oure lady Seinte Marie! 22
PardT 310 And lyk a prelat, by Seint Ronyan! 24
PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, 28
PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " 36
PardT 326 Som wit, and thanne wol we gladly heere. " 40
 
 ANON.........3
PardT 316 Or but I heere anon a myrie tale, 30
PardT 319 " Telle us som myrthe or japes right anon. " 32
PardT 323 But right anon thise gentils gonne to crye, 36
 
 ART..........1
PardT 309 So moot I theen, thou art a propre man, 22
 
 AS...........4
PardT 287 Oure Hooste gan to swere as he were wood; 0
PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse 4
PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse 4
PardT 298 Allas, so pitously as she was slayn! 12
 
 AT...........1
PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake 34
 
 BE...........1
PardT 320 " It shal be doon, " quod he, " by Seint Ronyon! 34
 
 BEAUTEE......2
PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! 6
PardT 297 Hire beautee was hire deth, I dar wel sayn. 10
 
 BEEL.........1
PardT 318 Thou beel amy, thou Pardoner, " he sayde, 32
 
 BEEN.........1
PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. 10
 
 BLESSE.......1
PardT 308 God blesse hem, and oure lady Seinte Marie! 22
 
 BLOOD........1
PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! 2
 
 BONES........1
PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, 28
 
 BOTHE........2
PardT 299 Of bothe yiftes that I speke of now 12
PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " 36
 
 BOUGHTE......1
PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! 6
 
 BOYSTE.......1
PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; 20
 
 BUT..........8
PardT 301 But trewely, myn owene maister deere, 14
PardT 303 But nathelees, passe over; is no fors. 16
PardT 312 But wel I woot thou doost myn herte to erme, 26
PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, 28
PardT 316 Or but I heere anon a myrie tale, 30
PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake 34
PardT 323 But right anon thise gentils gonne to crye, 36
PardT 327 " I graunte, ywis, " quod he, " but I moot thynke 40
 
 BY...........5
PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! 2
PardT 288 " Harrow! " quod he, " by nayles and by blood! 2
PardT 310 And lyk a prelat, by Seint Ronyan! 24
PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, 28
PardT 320 " It shal be doon, " quod he, " by Seint Ronyon! 34
 
 CAKE.........1
PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " 36
 
 CARDYNACLE...1
PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. 26
 
 CAUGHT.......1
PardT 313 That I almoost have caught a cardynacle. 26
 
 CAUSE........1
PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. 10
 
 CHERL........1
PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. 2
 
 COME.........1
PardT 291 Come to thise juges and hire advocatz! 4
 
 CORNY........1
PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, 28
 
 CORPUS.......1
PardT 314 By corpus bones! but I have triacle, 28
 
 CORS.........1
PardT 304 I pray to God so save thy gentil cors, 18
 
 CREATURE.....1
PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. 10
 
 CRYE.........1
PardT 323 But right anon thise gentils gonne to crye, 36
 
 DAR..........1
PardT 297 Hire beautee was hire deth, I dar wel sayn. 10
 
 DAY..........1
PardT 294 Wherfore I seye al day that men may see 8
 
 DEERE........2
PardT 293 Allas, to deere boughte she beautee! 6
PardT 301 But trewely, myn owene maister deere, 14
 
 DEETH........2
PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse 4
PardT 296 Been cause of deeth to many a creature. 10
 
 DETH.........1
PardT 297 Hire beautee was hire deth, I dar wel sayn. 10
 
 DEVYSE.......1
PardT 290 As shameful deeth as herte may devyse 4
 
 DOON.........1
PardT 320 " It shal be doon, " quod he, " by Seint Ronyon! 34
 
 DOOST........1
PardT 312 But wel I woot thou doost myn herte to erme, 26
 
 DRAUGHTE.....1
PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, 28
 
 DRYNKE.......2
PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " 36
PardT 328 Upon som honest thyng while that I drynke. " 42
 
 EEK..........2
PardT 305 And eek thyne urynals and thy jurdones, 18
PardT 306 Thyn ypocras, and eek thy galiones, 20
 
 ELLES........1
PardT 315 Or elles a draughte of moyste and corny ale, 28
 
 ERME.........1
PardT 312 But wel I woot thou doost myn herte to erme, 26
 
 ETEN.........1
PardT 322 I wol bothe drynke and eten of a cake. " 36
 
 EVERY........1
PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; 20
 
 FALS.........2
PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. 2
PardT 289 This was a fals cherl and a fals justise. 2
 
 FIRST........1
PardT 321 But first, " quod he, " heere at this alestake 34
 
 FOR..........3
PardT 300 Men han ful ofte moore for harm than prow. 14
PardT 302 This is a pitous tale for to heere. 16
PardT 317 Myn herte is lost for pitee of this mayde. 30
 
 FORS.........1
PardT 303 But nathelees, passe over; is no fors. 16
 
 FORTUNE......1
PardT 295 That yiftes of Fortune and of Nature 8
 
 FUL..........2
PardT 300 Men han ful ofte moore for harm than prow. 14
PardT 307 And every boyste ful of thy letuarie; 20
 
 GALIONES.....1
PardT 306 Thyn ypocras, and eek thy galiones, 20
 
 GAN..........1
PardT 287 Oure Hooste gan to swere as he were wood; 0