The Concordance
 
 A...............73
PardT 331 And rynge it out as round as gooth a belle, 2
PardT 344 And in Latyn I speke a wordes fewe, 16
PardT 350 Thanne have I in latoun a sholder-boon 22
PardT 360 Drynketh a draughte. Taak kep eek what I telle: 32
PardT 363 Fastynge, drynken of this welle a draughte, 34
PardT 367 For though a man be falle in jalous rage, 38
PardT 372 `Heere is a miteyn eek, that ye may se. 44
PardT 386 He wol come up and offre a Goddes name, 58
PardT 391 I stonde lyk a clerk in my pulpet, 62
PardT 397 As dooth a dowve sittynge on a berne. 68
PardT 397 As dooth a dowve sittynge on a berne. 68
PardT 407 For certes, many a predicacioun 78
PardT 450 Or of the povereste wydwe in a village, 122
PardT 453 And have a joly wenche in every toun. 124
PardT 455 Youre likyng is that I shal telle a tale. 126
PardT 456 Now have I dronke a draughte of corny ale, 128
PardT 457 By God, I hope I shal yow telle a thyng 128
PardT 459 For though myself be a ful vicious man, 130
PardT 460 A moral tale yet I yow telle kan, 132
PardT 463 In Flaundres whilom was a compaignye 134
PardT 492 Senec seith a good word doutelees; 164
PardT 494 Bitwix a man that is out of his mynde 166
PardT 495 And a man which that is dronkelewe, 166
PardT 496 But that woodnesse, yfallen in a shrewe, 168
PardT 513 O, wiste a man how manye maladyes 184
PardT 520 To gete a glotoun deyntee mete and drynke! 192
PardT 524 Allas, a foul thyng is it, by my feith, 196
PardT 546 To make hym yet a newer appetit. 218
PardT 549 A lecherous thyng is wyn, and dronkenesse 220
PardT 556 Thou fallest as it were a styked swyn; 228
PardT 568 That whan a man hath dronken draughtes thre, 240
PardT 582 A capitayn sholde lyve in sobrenesse. 254
PardT 596 For to ben holde a commune hasardour. 268
PardT 599 If that a prynce useth hasardrye, 270
PardT 603 Stilboun, that was a wys embassadour, 274
PardT 623 Sente him a paire of dees of gold in scorn, 294
PardT 630 A word or two, as olde bookes trete. 302
PardT 631 Gret sweryng is a thyng abhominable, 302
PardT 638 But ydel sweryng is a cursednesse. 310
PardT 644 Than homycide or many a cursed thyng; 316
PardT 663 Were set hem in a taverne to drynke, 334
PardT 664 And as they sat, they herde a belle clynke 336
PardT 665 Biforn a cors, was caried to his grave. 336
PardT 675 Ther cam a privee theef men clepeth Deeth, 346
PardT 679 He hath a thousand slayn this pestilence. 350
PardT 687 Henne over a mile, withinne a greet village, 358
PardT 687 Henne over a mile, withinne a greet village, 358
PardT 691 Er that he dide a man a dishonour. " 362
PardT 691 Er that he dide a man a dishonour. " 362
PardT 708 And many a grisly ooth thanne han they sworn, 380
PardT 711 Whan they han goon nat fully half a mile, 382
PardT 712 Right as they wolde han troden over a stile, 384
PardT 713 An oold man and a povre with hem mette. 384
PardT 722 A man, though that I walked into Ynde, 394
PardT 728 Thus walke I, lyk a restelees kaityf, 400
PardT 763 Under a tree, and there he wole abyde; 434
PardT 783 To-day that we sholde han so fair a grace? 454
PardT 815 Hadde I nat doon a freendes torn to thee? " 486
PardT 820 " And I shal tellen in a wordes fewe 492
PardT 852 Into the toun, unto a pothecarie, 524
PardT 855 And eek ther was a polcat in his hawe, 526
PardT 860 A thyng that, also God my soule save, 532
PardT 863 Noght but the montance of a corn of whete, 534
PardT 866 Than thou wolt goon a paas nat but a mile, 538
PardT 866 Than thou wolt goon a paas nat but a mile, 538
PardT 869 This poysoun in a box, and sith he ran 540
PardT 870 Into the nexte strete unto a man, 542
PardT 932 That ye mowe have a suffisant pardoneer 604
PardT 937 Looke which a seuretee is it to yow alle 608
PardT 945 Ye, for a grote! Unbokele anon thy purs. " 616
PardT 949 And swere it were a relyk of a seint, 620
PardT 949 And swere it were a relyk of a seint, 620
PardT 956 This Pardoner answerde nat a word; 628
 
 A-BLAKEBERYED...1
PardT 406 Though that hir soules goon a-blakeberyed! 78
 
 ABHOMINABLE.....1
PardT 631 Gret sweryng is a thyng abhominable, 302
 
 ABHOMYNABLE.....1
PardT 471 By superfluytee abhomynable. 142
 
 ABOGHT..........1
PardT 503 Aboght was thilke cursed vileynye! 174
 
 ABOUTE..........1
PardT 821 What we shal doon, and brynge it wel aboute. " 492
 
 ABSOLUCION......1
PardT 924 Offren and han myn absolucion, 596
 
 ABSTINENCE......1
PardT 577 Were doon in abstinence and in preyere. 248
 
 ABYDE...........2
PardT 747 In age, if that ye so longe abyde. 418
PardT 763 Under a tree, and there he wole abyde; 434
 
 ABYE............1
PardT 756 Telle where he is or thou shalt it abye, 428
 
 ACCIDENT........1
PardT 539 And turnen substaunce into accident 210
 
 ACORDED.........1
PardT 835 And thus acorded been thise shrewes tweye 506
 
 ACTES...........1
PardT 574 That alle the sovereyn actes, dar I seye, 246
 
 ADAM............2
PardT 505 Adam oure fader, and his wyf also, 176
PardT 508 For whil that Adam fasted, as I rede, 180
 
 ADOUN...........1
PardT 925 Com forth anon, and kneleth heere adoun, 596
 
 ADVERSARIE......1
PardT 682 For to be war of swich an adversarie. 354
 
 AFTER...........2
PardT 341 And after that thanne telle I forth my tales; 12
PardT 772 No lenger thanne after Deeth they soughte, 444
 
 AFTERWARD.......1
PardT 884 And afterward we wol his body berie. " 556
 
 AGAYN...........6
PardT 427 Thus kan I preche agayn that same vice 98
PardT 501 Til Crist hadde boght us with his blood agayn! 172
PardT 610 He stal hym hoom agayn to his contree, 282
PardT 717 Answerde agayn, " What, carl, with sory grace! 388
PardT 766 God save yow, that boghte agayn mankynde, 438
PardT 878 To his felawes agayn repaireth he. 550
 
 AGE.............4
PardT 719 Why lyvestow so longe in so greet age? " 390
PardT 724 That wolde chaunge his youthe for myn age; 396
PardT 725 And therfore moot I han myn age stille, 396
PardT 747 In age, if that ye so longe abyde. 418
 
 AGON............1
PardT 810 Thou woost wel that oure felawe is agon. 482
 
 AGOON...........1
PardT 436 Of olde stories longe tyme agoon. 108
 
 AL..............22
PardT 332 For I kan al by rote that I telle. 4
PardT 371 Al had she taken prestes two or thre. 42
PardT 401 Is al my prechyng, for to make hem free 72
PardT 449 Al were it yeven of the povereste page, 120
PardT 451 Al sholde hir children sterve for famyne. 122
PardT 504 Corrupt was al this world for glotonye. 176
PardT 540 To fulfille al thy likerous talent! 212
PardT 557 Thy tonge is lost, and al thyn honeste cure, 228
PardT 583 And over al this, avyseth yow right wel 254
PardT 633 The heighe God forbad sweryng at al, 304
PardT 648 And forther over, I wol thee telle al plat 320
PardT 676 That in this contree al the peple sleeth, 348
PardT 696 Herkneth, felawes, we thre been al ones; 368
PardT 705 And up they stirte, al dronken in this rage, 376
PardT 718 Why artow al forwrapped save thy face? 390
PardT 786 For wel ye woot that al this gold is oures -- 458
PardT 831 And thanne shal al this gold departed be, 502
PardT 841 Have al this tresor to myself allone, 512
PardT 861 In al this world ther is no creature 532
PardT 874 For al the nyght he shoop hym for to swynke 546
PardT 928 Al newe and fressh at every miles ende, 600
PardT 961 Whan that he saugh that al the peple lough, 632