The Concordance
 
 A...............88
RvT 3922 Ther gooth a brook, and over that a brigge, 2
RvT 3922 Ther gooth a brook, and over that a brigge, 2
RvT 3923 Upon the whiche brook ther stant a melle; 2
RvT 3925 A millere was ther dwellynge many a day. 4
RvT 3925 A millere was ther dwellynge many a day. 4
RvT 3929 Ay by his belt he baar a long panade, 8
RvT 3930 And of a swerd ful trenchant was the blade. 10
RvT 3931 A joly poppere baar he in his pouche; 10
RvT 3933 A Sheffeld thwitel baar he in his hose. 12
RvT 3936 He was a market-betere atte fulle. 16
RvT 3939 A theef he was for sothe of corn and mele, 18
RvT 3940 And that a sly, and usaunt for to stele. 20
RvT 3942 A wyf he hadde, ycomen of noble kyn; 22
RvT 3944 With hire he yaf ful many a panne of bras, 24
RvT 3946 She was yfostred in a nonnerye; 26
RvT 3948 But she were wel ynorissed and a mayde, 28
RvT 3950 And she was proud, and peert as is a pye. 30
RvT 3951 A ful fair sighte was it upon hem two; 30
RvT 3954 And she cam after in a gyte of reed; 34
RvT 3964 She was as digne as water in a dich, 44
RvT 3966 Hir thoughte that a lady sholde hire spare, 46
RvT 3969 A doghter hadde they bitwixe hem two 48
RvT 3971 Savynge a child that was of half yeer age; 50
RvT 3972 In cradel it lay and was a propre page. 52
RvT 3989 And nameliche ther was a greet collegge 68
RvT 3992 And on a day it happed, in a stounde, 72
RvT 3992 And on a day it happed, in a stounde, 72
RvT 3993 Sik lay the maunciple on a maladye; 72
RvT 3998 But now he was a theef outrageously, 78
RvT 4000 But therof sette the millere nat a tare; 80
RvT 4007 To yeve hem leve, but a litel stounde, 86
RvT 4010 The millere sholde not stele hem half a pekke 90
RvT 4028 Or elles he is a fool, as clerkes sayn. 108
RvT 4045 I is as ille a millere as ar ye. " 124
RvT 4047 And thoghte, " Al this nys doon but for a wyle. 126
RvT 4056 Of al hir art counte I noght a tare. " 136
RvT 4061 Bihynde the mille, under a levesel; 140
RvT 4079 The wyf cam lepynge inward with a ren. 158
RvT 4086 I is ful wight, God waat, as is a raa; 166
RvT 4089 Ilhayl! By God, Alayn, thou is a fonne! " 168
RvT 4093 He half a busshel of hir flour hath take, 172
RvT 4094 And bad his wyf go knede it in a cake. 174
RvT 4096 Yet kan a millere make a clerkes berd, 176
RvT 4096 Yet kan a millere make a clerkes berd, 176
RvT 4106 Til in a dych they caughte hym atte laste. 186
RvT 4123 Ye konne by argumentes make a place 202
RvT 4124 A myle brood of twenty foot of space. 204
RvT 4137 For ale and breed, and rosted hem a goos, 216
RvT 4139 And in his owene chambre hem made a bed, 218
RvT 4142 His doghter hadde a bed, al by hirselve, 222
RvT 4165 His wyf bar hym a burdon, a ful strong; 244
RvT 4165 His wyf bar hym a burdon, a ful strong; 244
RvT 4170 Herdestow evere slyk a sang er now? 250
RvT 4171 Lo, swilk a complyn is ymel hem alle; 250
RvT 4172 A wilde fyr upon thair bodyes falle! 252
RvT 4173 Wha herkned evere slyk a ferly thyng? 252
RvT 4180 For, John, ther is a lawe that says thus: 260
RvT 4181 That gif a man in a point be agreved, 260
RvT 4181 That gif a man in a point be agreved, 260
RvT 4189 The millere is a perilous man, " he seyde, 268
RvT 4191 He myghte doon us bathe a vileynye. " 270
RvT 4192 Aleyn answerde, " I counte hym nat a flye. " 272
RvT 4199 This John lith stille a furlong wey or two, 278
RvT 4201 " Allas! " quod he, " this is a wikked jape; 280
RvT 4206 And I lye as a draf-sak in my bed; 286
RvT 4208 I sal been halde a daf, a cokenay! 288
RvT 4208 I sal been halde a daf, a cokenay! 288
RvT 4227 And lith ful stille, and wolde han caught a sleep. 306
RvT 4228 Withinne a while this John the clerk up leep, 308
RvT 4230 So myrie a fit ne hadde she nat ful yoore; 310
RvT 4244 Thou shalt a cake of half a busshel fynde 324
RvT 4244 Thou shalt a cake of half a busshel fynde 324
RvT 4257 And forth he goth, a twenty devel way, 336
RvT 4263 For Cristes saule, and heer a noble game. 342
RvT 4267 Whil thow hast, as a coward, been agast. " 346
RvT 4269 A, false traitour! False clerk! " quod he, 348
RvT 4278 They walwe as doon two pigges in a poke; 358
RvT 4280 Til that the millere sporned at a stoon, 360
RvT 4283 For she was falle aslepe a lite wight 362
RvT 4294 To fynde a staf; and she stirte up also, 374
RvT 4296 And by the wal a staf she foond anon, 376
RvT 4297 And saugh a litel shymeryng of a light, 376
RvT 4297 And saugh a litel shymeryng of a light, 376
RvT 4301 But as she saugh a whit thyng in hir ye. 380
RvT 4303 She wende the clerk hadde wered a volupeer, 382
RvT 4312 Of half a busshel flour, ful wel ybake. 392
RvT 4318 Lo, swich it is a millere to be fals! 398
RvT 4321 A gylour shal hymself bigyled be. 400
 
 ABEGGE..........1
RvT 3938 That he ne swoor he sholde anon abegge. 18
 
 ABOUTE..........3
RvT 3953 With his typet wounde aboute his heed, 32
RvT 3988 With whete and malt of al the land aboute; 68
RvT 4148 Aboute mydnyght wente they to reste. 228
 
 ABREYDE.........1
RvT 4190 " And gif that he out of his sleep abreyde, 270
 
 ADOUN...........1
RvT 4021 And at the mille the sak adoun he layth. 100
 
 AFERD...........1
RvT 4095 He seyde, " I trowe the clerkes were aferd. 174
 
 AFTER...........2
RvT 3954 And she cam after in a gyte of reed; 34
RvT 4214 Soone after this the wyf hir rowtyng leet, 294
 
 AGAST...........1
RvT 4267 Whil thow hast, as a coward, been agast. " 346
 
 AGAYN...........7
RvT 4032 To grynde oure corn and carie it ham agayn; 112
RvT 4067 This millere gooth agayn, no word he seyde, 146
RvT 4120 The millere seyde agayn, " If ther be eny, 200
RvT 4186 Agayn my los, I will have esement. 266
RvT 4216 And cam agayn, and gan hir cradel mysse, 296
RvT 4274 And he hente hym despitously agayn, 354
RvT 4279 And up they goon, and doun agayn anon, 358
 
 AGE.............1
RvT 3971 Savynge a child that was of half yeer age; 50
 
 AGREVED.........1
RvT 4181 That gif a man in a point be agreved, 260
 
 AL..............19
RvT 3988 With whete and malt of al the land aboute; 68
RvT 4016 This Aleyn maketh redy al his gere, 96
RvT 4022 Aleyn spak first: " Al hayl, Symond, y-fayth! 102
RvT 4047 And thoghte, " Al this nys doon but for a wyle. 126
RvT 4050 For al the sleighte in hir philosophye. 130
RvT 4056 Of al hir art counte I noght a tare. " 136
RvT 4074 Step on thy feet! Com of, man, al atanes! 154
RvT 4076 This Aleyn al forgat, bothe mele and corn; 156
RvT 4077 Al was out of his mynde his housbondrie. 156
RvT 4097 For al his art; now lat hem goon hir weye! 176
RvT 4104 They koude nat, though they dide al hir myght, 184
RvT 4142 His doghter hadde a bed, al by hirselve, 222
RvT 4158 And whan that dronken al was in the crowke, 238
RvT 4176 But yet, na fors, al sal be for the beste. 256
RvT 4184 And we han had an il fit al this day; 264
RvT 4235 For he had swonken al the longe nyght, 314
RvT 4252 " By God, " thoughte he, " al wrang I have mysgon. 332
RvT 4284 With John the clerk, that waked hadde al nyght, 364
RvT 4323 Save al this compaignye, grete and smale! 402