The Concordance
 
 A................41
SNT 127 And whan this mayden sholde unto a man 8
SNT 138 And for his love that dyde upon a tree 18
SNT 145 Ther is a conseil, and ye wolde it heere, 26
SNT 165 And if that it a verray angel bee, 46
SNT 195 Lo, lyk a bisy bee, withouten gile, 76
SNT 198 Ful lyk a fiers leoun, she sendeth heere, 78
SNT 202 That hadde a book with lettre of gold in honde, 82
SNT 235 " I have a brother, " quod Valerian tho, 116
SNT 285 That alle ydoles nys but a thyng in veyn, 166
SNT 288 " Whoso that troweth nat this, a beest he is, " 168
SNT 308 Me thynketh that it were a wonder dede. 188
SNT 313 Men sholde hym brennen in a fyr so reed 194
SNT 327 And al that wroght is with a skilful thoght; 208
SNT 338 Right as a man hath sapiences three -- 218
SNT 382 Cecile hem seyde with a ful stedefast cheere, 262
SNT 386 " Ye han for sothe ydoon a greet bataille, 266
SNT 404 And with his word converted many a wight; 284
SNT 419 That hath so good a servant hym to serve. 300
SNT 425 " I am a gentil womman born, " quod she. 306
SNT 439 But lyk a bladdre ful of wynd, ywys. 320
SNT 440 For with a nedles poynt, whan it is blowe, 320
SNT 450 Quod tho Cecile, " and with a wood sentence 330
SNT 453 For as muche as we doon a reverence 334
SNT 454 To Crist, and for we bere a Cristen name, 334
SNT 455 Ye putte on us a cryme and eek a blame. 336
SNT 455 Ye putte on us a cryme and eek a blame. 336
SNT 465 To make me a wikked wight? " quod shee. 346
SNT 477 " And if thou drede nat a sooth to heere, 358
SNT 479 That thou hast maad a ful gret lesyng heere. 360
SNT 481 Bothe for to sleen and for to quyken a wight; 362
SNT 490 For I kan suffre it as a philosophre; 370
SNT 497 A lewed officer and a veyn justise. 378
SNT 497 A lewed officer and a veyn justise. 378
SNT 501 That ilke stoon a god thow wolt it calle. 382
SNT 505 " It is a shame that the peple shal 386
SNT 511 For in effect they been nat worth a myte. " 392
SNT 515 " Brenne hire right in a bath of flambes rede. " 396
SNT 517 For in a bath they gonne hire faste shetten, 398
SNT 519 The longe nyght, and eek a day also, 400
SNT 522 It made hire nat a drope for to sweete. 402
SNT 546 Heere of myn hous perpetuelly a cherche. " 426
 
 ABOUTE...........1
SNT 535 The Cristen folk, which that aboute hire were, 416
 
 ABOVE............1
SNT 281 " The mayde hath broght thise men to blisse above; 162
 
 ABOVEN...........1
SNT 209 Aboven alle and over alle everywhere. " 90
 
 ADOUN............1
SNT 396 But on hir knees they setten hem adoun 276
 
 ADVERTENCE.......1
SNT 467 He stareth, and woodeth in his advertence! " 348
 
 AFTER............5
SNT 223 He yaf that oon, and after gan he take 104
SNT 294 And after that she seyde as ye may heere: 174
SNT 349 And after this Tiburce in good entente 230
SNT 354 And after this Tiburce gat swich grace 234
SNT 410 And after this, Almachius hastily 290
 
 AFTERWARD........1
SNT 381 And afterward, whan day was woxen light, 262
 
 AGAYN............1
SNT 163 Answerde agayn, " If I shal trusten thee, 44
 
 AGE..............1
SNT 128 Ywedded be, that was ful yong of age, 8
 
 AL...............14
SNT 210 Thise wordes al with gold ywriten were. 90
SNT 213 " I leeve al this thyng, " quod Valerian, 94
SNT 252 Hath chaunged me al in another kynde. " 132
SNT 284 Tho shewed hym Cecile al open and pleyn 164
SNT 327 And al that wroght is with a skilful thoght; 208
SNT 348 Al this thyng she unto Tiburce tolde. 228
SNT 363 Which hem apposed, and knew al hire entente, 244
SNT 418 Is verray God -- this is al oure sentence -- 298
SNT 441 May al the boost of it be leyd ful lowe. " 322
SNT 448 And goon al quit, if he wole it reneye? " 328
SNT 478 Thanne wol I shewe al openly, by right, 358
SNT 520 For al the fyr and eek the bathes heete 400
SNT 521 She sat al coold and feelede no wo. 402
SNT 528 He myghte noght smyte al hir nekke atwo; 408
 
 ALDERFIRST.......1
SNT 423 And alderfirst, lo, this was his axynge. 304
 
 ALGATE...........1
SNT 318 Algate ybrend in this world shul we be! " 198
 
 ALLE.............9
SNT 192 " Sower of chaast conseil, hierde of us alle, 72
SNT 208 O Cristendom, and Fader of alle also, 88
SNT 209 Aboven alle and over alle everywhere. " 90
SNT 209 Aboven alle and over alle everywhere. " 90
SNT 285 That alle ydoles nys but a thyng in veyn, 166
SNT 326 That Fadres Sone hath alle thyng ywroght, 206
SNT 380 With preestes that hem cristned alle yfeere; 260
SNT 384 Cast alle awey the werkes of derknesse, 264
SNT 499 That thou n' art blynd; for thyng that we seen alle 380
 
 ALLONE...........2
SNT 135 To God allone in herte thus sang she: 16
SNT 378 The false feith, to trowe in God allone. 258
 
 ALLYE............2
SNT 292 " This day I take thee for myn allye, " 172
SNT 297 Anon for myn allye heer take I thee, 178
 
 ALMACHE..........3
SNT 362 And hem biforn Almache, the prefect, broghte, 242
SNT 431 Almache answerde unto that similitude, 312
SNT 458 Almache answerde, " Chees oon of thise two: 338
 
 ALMACHIUS........7
SNT 405 For which Almachius dide hym so bete 286
SNT 410 And after this, Almachius hastily 290
SNT 421 Almachius, that herde of this doynge, 302
SNT 435 Almachius seyde, " Ne takestow noon heede 316
SNT 468 To whom Almachius, " Unsely wrecche, 348
SNT 487 " Do wey thy booldnesse, " seyde Almachius tho, 368
SNT 524 For he Almachius, with ful wikke entente, 404
 
 ALMYGHTY.........1
SNT 191 " Almyghty Lord, O Jhesu Crist, " quod he, 72
 
 ALSO.............5
SNT 208 O Cristendom, and Fader of alle also, 88
SNT 233 Assentedest to good conseil also, 114
SNT 315 And we also, to bere hym compaignye; 196
SNT 339 Memorie, engyn, and intellect also -- 220
SNT 519 The longe nyght, and eek a day also, 400
 
 ALWEY............1
SNT 311 And woneth in halkes alwey to and fro, 192
 
 AM...............1
SNT 425 " I am a gentil womman born, " quod she. 306
 
 AMBROSE..........1
SNT 271 Seint Ambrose in his preface list to seye; 152
 
 AMONG............2
SNT 186 Among the seintes buryeles lotynge. 66
SNT 549 Among his othere seintes honestly. 430
 
 AN...............6
SNT 133 Hadde next hire flessh yclad hire in an haire. 14
SNT 152 " I have an aungel which that loveth me, 32
SNT 201 An oold man, clad in white clothes cleere, 82
SNT 219 Withinne his chambre with an angel stonde. 100
SNT 368 Oon Maximus, that was an officer 248
SNT 529 And for ther was that tyme an ordinaunce 410