The Concordance
 
 A.................85
SqT 10 Ther dwelte a kyng that werreyed Russye, 2
SqT 11 Thurgh which ther dyde many a doughty man. 2
SqT 15 So excellent a lord in alle thyng: 6
SqT 16 Hym lakked noght that longeth to a kyng. 8
SqT 25 A fair persone he was and fortunat, 16
SqT 32 A doghter hadde this worthy kyng also, 24
SqT 36 I dar nat undertake so heigh a thyng. 28
SqT 38 It moste been a rethor excellent 30
SqT 64 Thanne wolde it occupie a someres day, 56
SqT 81 Ther cam a knyght upon a steede of bras, 72
SqT 81 Ther cam a knyght upon a steede of bras, 72
SqT 82 And in his hand a brood mirour of glas. 74
SqT 83 Upon his thombe he hadde of gold a ryng, 74
SqT 84 And by his syde a naked swerd hangyng; 76
SqT 86 In al the halle ne was ther spoken a word 78
SqT 97 Ne koude hym nat amende with a word. 88
SqT 99 He with a manly voys seide his message, 90
SqT 106 Ne kan nat clymben over so heigh a style, 98
SqT 127 And turne ayeyn with writhyng of a pyn. 118
SqT 128 He that it wroghte koude ful many a gyn. 120
SqT 129 He wayted many a constellacion 120
SqT 131 And knew ful many a seel and many a bond. 122
SqT 131 And knew ful many a seel and many a bond. 122
SqT 133 Hath swich a myght that men may in it see 124
SqT 159 Were it as thikke as is a branched ook; 150
SqT 166 This is a verray sooth, withouten glose; 158
SqT 193 Right as it were a steede of Lumbardye; 184
SqT 195 As it a gentil Poilleys courser were. 186
SqT 201 It was a fairye, as the peple semed. 192
SqT 204 They murmureden as dooth a swarm of been, 196
SqT 248 And seyden alle that swich a wonder thyng 240
SqT 251 Hadde a name of konnyng in swich art. 242
SqT 274 And looketh on hem with a freendly ye. 266
SqT 279 That is nat able a dul man to devyse. 270
SqT 281 And been a feestlych man as fressh as May, 272
SqT 299 Ech man woot wel that a kynges feeste 290
SqT 303 To seen this hors of bras, with al a route 294
SqT 308 Ne was ther swich a wondryng as was tho. 300
SqT 316 Ye mooten trille a pyn, stant in his ere, 308
SqT 332 In swich a gyse as I shal to yow seyn 324
SqT 350 And with a galpyng mouth hem alle he keste, 342
SqT 368 For swich a joye she in hir herte took 360
SqT 372 Of hire mirour, she hadde a visioun. 364
SqT 382 Hire maistresse clepeth wommen a greet route, 374
SqT 383 And up they rysen, wel a ten or twelve; 374
SqT 388 And forth she walketh esily a pas, 380
SqT 392 And in a trench forth in the park gooth she. 384
SqT 395 But nathelees it was so fair a sighte 386
SqT 409 Amydde a tree, for drye as whit as chalk, 400
SqT 411 Ther sat a faucon over hire heed ful hye, 402
SqT 412 That with a pitous voys so gan to crye 404
SqT 424 If that I koude a faucon wel discryve, 416
SqT 428 A faucon peregryn thanne semed she 420
SqT 444 A longe whil to wayten hire she stood 436
SqT 452 That causen moost a gentil herte wo; 444
SqT 465 And as I am a kynges doghter trewe, 456
SqT 474 And lith aswowne, deed and lyk a stoon, 466
SqT 493 Whil that I have a leyser and a space, 484
SqT 493 Whil that I have a leyser and a space, 484
SqT 498 And, with a syk, right thus she seyde hir wille: 490
SqT 500 And fostred in a roche of marbul gray 492
SqT 504 Tho dwelte a tercelet me faste by, 496
SqT 512 Right as a serpent hit hym under floures 504
SqT 518 As in a toumbe is al the faire above, 510
SqT 524 And many a yeer his service to me feyned, 516
SqT 536 But sooth is seyd, goon sithen many a day, 528
SqT 537 `A trewe wight and a theef thenken nat oon.' 528
SqT 540 In swich a gyse as I have seyd above, 532
SqT 546 So lyk a gentil lovere of manere, 538
SqT 557 Ne so koude thonke a wight as he dide me! 548
SqT 574 " This laste lenger than a yeer or two, 566
SqT 584 So on a day of me he took his leve, 576
SqT 590 Withinne a litel while, sooth to seyn; 582
SqT 602 `Therfore bihoveth hire a ful long spoon 594
SqT 603 That shal ete with a feend,' thus herde I seye. 594
SqT 624 He saugh upon a tyme a kyte flee, 616
SqT 624 He saugh upon a tyme a kyte flee, 616
SqT 643 And by hire beddes heed she made a mewe 634
SqT 662 That in his tyme many a citee wan; 654
SqT 682 I have a sone, and by the Trinitee, 674
SqT 685 He were a man of swich discrecioun 676
SqT 687 But if a man be vertuous withal! 678
SqT 692 And he hath levere talken with a page 684
SqT 698 A tale or two, or breken his biheste. " 690
SqT 701 Though to this man I speke a word or two. " 692
 
 ABLE..............1
SqT 279 That is nat able a dul man to devyse. 270
 
 ABOUTE............2
SqT 304 Of lordes and of ladyes hym aboute. 296
SqT 381 Ne lenger for to slepe, and walke aboute. " 372
 
 ABOVE.............3
SqT 449 Quod Canacee unto this hauk above. 440
SqT 518 As in a toumbe is al the faire above, 510
SqT 540 In swich a gyse as I have seyd above, 532
 
 ABROOD............1
SqT 441 And heeld hir lappe abrood, for wel she wiste 432
 
 ABYDE.............2
SqT 320 And whan ye come ther as yow list abyde, 312
SqT 324 And in that place he wol abyde stille. 316
 
 ACCORDANT.........1
SqT 103 Accordant to his wordes was his cheere, 94
 
 ACHILLES..........1
SqT 239 And of Achilles with his queynte spere, 230
 
 ADOUN.............3
SqT 351 And seyde that it was tyme to lye adoun, 342
SqT 464 For Goddes love, com fro the tree adoun; 456
SqT 616 He with his feet wol spurne adoun his cuppe, 608
 
 ADVERSITEE........2
SqT 134 Whan ther shal fallen any adversitee 126
SqT 502 I nyste nat what was adversitee 494
 
 AFFECCIOUNS.......1
SqT 55 Ful loude songen hire affecciouns. 46
 
 AFTER.............14
SqT 47 The laste Idus of March, after the yeer. 38
SqT 76 And so bifel that after the thridde cours, 68
SqT 98 And after this, biforn the heighe bord, 90
SqT 100 After the forme used in his langage, 92
SqT 188 To voyden hym, as ye shal after heere. 180
SqT 205 And maden skiles after hir fantasies, 196
SqT 364 To goon to reste soone after it was eve. 356
SqT 389 Arrayed after the lusty seson soote 380
SqT 403 Of hem that han it after herkned yoore, 394
SqT 446 Unto the hauk, as ye shal after heere: 438
SqT 477 And after that she of hir swough gan breyde, 468
SqT 532 This is to seyn, that after his desert, 524
SqT 663 And after wol I speke of Algarsif, 654
SqT 667 And after wol I speke of Cambalo, 658