The Concordance
 
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ShipT 1 A marchant whilom dwelled at Seint-Denys, 0
ShipT 3 A wyf he hadde of excellent beautee; 2
ShipT 5 Which is a thyng that causeth more dispence 4
ShipT 9 Passen as dooth a shadwe upon the wal; 8
ShipT 20 This noble marchaunt heeld a worthy hous, 20
ShipT 25 Ther was a monk, a fair man and a boold -- 24
ShipT 25 Ther was a monk, a fair man and a boold -- 24
ShipT 25 Ther was a monk, a fair man and a boold -- 24
ShipT 26 I trowe a thritty wynter he was oold -- 26
ShipT 39 For to his herte it was a greet plesaunce. 38
ShipT 53 But so bifel, this marchant on a day 52
ShipT 56 To byen there a porcioun of ware; 56
ShipT 58 A messager, and preyed hath daun John 58
ShipT 60 With hym and with his wyf a day or tweye, 60
ShipT 64 By cause he was a man of heigh prudence 64
ShipT 70 With hym broghte he a jubbe of malvesye, 70
ShipT 74 This marchant and this monk, a day or tweye. 74
ShipT 95 A mayde child cam in hire compaignye, 94
ShipT 101 Fyve houres for to slepe upon a nyght, 100
ShipT 104 As in a fourme sit a wery hare, 104
ShipT 104 As in a fourme sit a wery hare, 104
ShipT 138 Biwreye a word of thyng that ye me telle, 138
ShipT 143 " Cosyn, " quod she, " if that I hadde a space, 142
ShipT 145 Thanne wolde I telle a legende of my lyf, 144
ShipT 146 What I have suffred sith I was a wyf 146
ShipT 163 But sith I am a wyf, it sit nat me 162
ShipT 167 A wyf ne shal nat seyn of hir housbonde 166
ShipT 171 In no degree the value of a flye. 170
ShipT 180 A Sonday next I moste nedes paye 180
ShipT 183 Than me were doon a sclaundre or vileynye; 182
ShipT 190 For at a certeyn day I wol yow paye, 190
ShipT 197 I have, " quod he, " on yow so greet a routhe 196
ShipT 209 And forth she gooth as jolif as a pye, 208
ShipT 223 What, lat us heere a messe, and go we dyne. " 222
ShipT 234 A pilgrymage, or goon out of the weye. 234
ShipT 246 That to a thrifty houshold may suffise. 246
ShipT 251 But hastily a messe was ther seyd, 250
ShipT 271 An hundred frankes, for a wyke or tweye, 270
ShipT 273 To stoore with a place that is oures. 272
ShipT 276 Nat for a thousand frankes, a mile way. 276
ShipT 276 Nat for a thousand frankes, a mile way. 276
ShipT 283 Now sikerly this is a smal requeste. 282
ShipT 289 We may creaunce whil we have a name, 288
ShipT 297 They drynke, and speke, and rome a while and pleye, 296
ShipT 305 But as a marchaunt, shortly for to telle, 304
ShipT 310 In al the hous ther nas so litel a knave, 310
ShipT 318 In myrthe al nyght a bisy lyf they lede 318
ShipT 329 That nedes moste he make a chevyssaunce, 328
ShipT 330 For he was bounden in a reconyssaunce 330
ShipT 334 A certeyn frankes; and somme with him he ladde. 334
ShipT 347 Maken a chevyssaunce, as for his beste, 346
ShipT 369 And hoom he gooth, murie as a papejay, 368
ShipT 372 A thousand frankes aboven al his costage. 372
ShipT 383 " By God, " quod he, " I am a litel wrooth 382
ShipT 386 That ye han maad a manere straungenesse 386
ShipT 399 I myghte hym axe a thing that he hath payed. " 398
ShipT 403 I kepe nat of his tokenes never a deel; 402
ShipT 438 God yeve the monk a thousand last quade yeer! 438
ShipT 439 A ha! Felawes, beth ware of swich a jape! 438
ShipT 439 A ha! Felawes, beth ware of swich a jape! 438
ShipT 446 As curteisly as it had been a mayde, 446
ShipT 450 A tale next, if so were that ye wolde. 450
 
 ABBEYE...........2
ShipT 298 Til that daun John rideth to his abbeye. 298
ShipT 323 And forth he rydeth hoom to his abbeye, 322
 
 ABBOT............2
ShipT 63 Hath of his abbot, as hym list, licence, 62
ShipT 361 Oure abbot wole out of this toun anon, 360
 
 ABEDDE...........3
ShipT 165 Neither abedde ne in noon oother place; 164
ShipT 177 And buxom unto his wyf and fressh abedde. 176
ShipT 424 By God, I wol nat paye yow but abedde! 424
 
 ABOUTE...........2
ShipT 303 Aboute his nede, and byeth and creaunceth. 302
ShipT 443 " But now passe over, and lat us seke aboute, 442
 
 ABOVEN...........2
ShipT 154 Aboven alle wommen, sikerly. 154
ShipT 372 A thousand frankes aboven al his costage. 372
 
 ABSENCE..........1
ShipT 397 If any dettour hath in myn absence 396
 
 ABYDE............1
ShipT 160 But out it moot; I may namoore abyde. 160
 
 ACORD............1
ShipT 317 And this acord parfourned was in dede. 316
 
 ACORDED..........1
ShipT 314 This faire wyf acorded with daun John 314
 
 ACOUNTES.........1
ShipT 87 Of his acountes, for the meene tyme; 86
 
 ADOUN............1
ShipT 156 Telleth youre grief, lest that he come adoun; 156
 
 AFERED...........1
ShipT 400 This wyf was nat afered nor affrayed, 400
 
 AFFECCIOUN.......1
ShipT 336 For greet chiertee and greet affeccioun, 336
 
 AFFIANCE.........1
ShipT 140 But verraily for love and affiance. " 140
 
 AFFRAYED.........1
ShipT 400 This wyf was nat afered nor affrayed, 400
 
 AFTER............2
ShipT 47 In al that hous; but after hir degree, 46
ShipT 292 After my myght ful fayn wolde I yow plese. " 292
 
 AFTER-DYNER......1
ShipT 255 At after-dyner daun John sobrely 254
 
 AGAYN............8
ShipT 37 And he agayn; he seith nat ones nay, 36
ShipT 134 " The same agayn to yow, " quod she, " I seye. 134
ShipT 240 And come agayn, as soone as evere I may. 240
ShipT 291 Paye it agayn whan it lith in youre ese; 290
ShipT 312 That my lord daun John was come agayn. 312
ShipT 343 And he hym tolde agayn, ful specially, 342
ShipT 350 That ye in heele ar comen hom agayn. 350
ShipT 381 And wantownly agayn with hym she pleyde 380
 
 AGE..............1
ShipT 229 Continuelly, lastynge unto oure age. 228
 
 AGEYN............1
ShipT 357 Youre wyf, at hom, the same gold ageyn 356
 
 AGON.............1
ShipT 307 The Sonday next the marchant was agon, 306
 
 AL...............26
ShipT 6 Than worth is al the chiere and reverence 6
ShipT 10 But wo is hym that payen moot for al! 10
ShipT 13 Al for his owene worshipe richely, 12
ShipT 47 In al that hous; but after hir degree, 46
ShipT 48 He yaf the lord, and sitthe al his meynee, 48
ShipT 105 Were al forstraught with houndes grete and smale. 104
ShipT 111 And of his owene thought he wax al reed. 110
ShipT 113 And seyde thus, " Ye, God woot al, " quod she. 112
ShipT 116 In al the reawme of France is ther no wyf 116
ShipT 130 Al youre anoy, for it shal been secree. 130
ShipT 136 Though men me wolde al into pieces tere, 136
ShipT 147 With myn housbonde, al be he youre cosyn. " 146
ShipT 168 But al honour, as I kan understonde; 168
ShipT 170 As helpe me God, he is noght worth at al 170
ShipT 204 " Gooth now youre wey, " quod he, " al stille and softe, 204
ShipT 222 Shal fasting al this day alenge goon? 222
ShipT 295 No wight in al this world wiste of this loone 294
ShipT 309 With crowne and berd al fressh and newe yshave. 308
ShipT 310 In al the hous ther nas so litel a knave, 310
ShipT 315 That for thise hundred frankes he sholde al nyght 314
ShipT 318 In myrthe al nyght a bisy lyf they lede 318
ShipT 345 Thanked be God, al hool his marchandise, 344
ShipT 372 A thousand frankes aboven al his costage. 372
ShipT 375 And al that nyght in myrthe they bisette; 374
ShipT 378 His wyf al newe, and kiste hire on hir face, 378
ShipT 444 Who shal now telle first of al this route 444