The Concordance
 
 A...........8
SumT 1676 How that a frere ravysshed was to helle 12
SumT 1677 In spirit ones by a visioun; 12
SumT 1680 In al the place saugh he nat a frere; 16
SumT 1683 `Now, sire,' quod he, `han freres swich a grace 18
SumT 1685 `Yis' quod this angel, `many a millioun!' 20
SumT 1688 Brodder than of a carryk is the sayl. 24
SumT 1692 And er that half a furlong wey of space, 28
SumT 1695 Twenty thousand freres on a route, 30
 
 ABOUTE......1
SumT 1696 And thurghout helle swarmed al aboute, 32
 
 AGAYN.......3
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
SumT 1699 He clapte his tayl agayn and lay ful stille. 34
SumT 1703 Unto his body agayn, and he awook. 38
 
 AL..........2
SumT 1680 In al the place saugh he nat a frere; 16
SumT 1696 And thurghout helle swarmed al aboute, 32
 
 ALLE........1
SumT 1707 God save yow alle, save this cursed Frere! 42
 
 AN..........3
SumT 1667 That lyk an aspen leef he quook for ire. 2
SumT 1678 And as an angel ladde hym up and doun, 14
SumT 1693 Right so as bees out swarmen from an hyve, 28
 
 AND.........12
SumT 1673 And God it woot, that it is litel wonder; 8
SumT 1674 Freres and feendes been but lyte asonder. 10
SumT 1678 And as an angel ladde hym up and doun, 14
SumT 1678 And as an angel ladde hym up and doun, 14
SumT 1686 And unto Sathanas he ladde hym doun. 22
SumT 1690 `Shewe forth thyn ers, and lat the frere se 26
SumT 1692 And er that half a furlong wey of space, 28
SumT 1696 And thurghout helle swarmed al aboute, 32
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
SumT 1698 And in his ers they crepten everychon. 34
SumT 1699 He clapte his tayl agayn and lay ful stille. 34
SumT 1703 Unto his body agayn, and he awook. 38
 
 ANGEL.......3
SumT 1678 And as an angel ladde hym up and doun, 14
SumT 1682 Unto this angel spak the frere tho: 18
SumT 1685 `Yis' quod this angel, `many a millioun!' 20
 
 AS..........5
SumT 1671 As suffreth me I may my tale telle. 6
SumT 1678 And as an angel ladde hym up and doun, 14
SumT 1693 Right so as bees out swarmen from an hyve, 28
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
 
 ASONDER.....1
SumT 1674 Freres and feendes been but lyte asonder. 10
 
 ASPEN.......1
SumT 1667 That lyk an aspen leef he quook for ire. 2
 
 AWOOK.......1
SumT 1703 Unto his body agayn, and he awook. 38
 
 AY..........1
SumT 1705 So was the develes ers ay in his mynde, 40
 
 BEEN........1
SumT 1674 Freres and feendes been but lyte asonder. 10
 
 BEES........1
SumT 1693 Right so as bees out swarmen from an hyve, 28
 
 BISEKE......1
SumT 1669 I yow biseke that, of youre curteisye, 4
 
 BODY........1
SumT 1703 Unto his body agayn, and he awook. 38
 
 BOSTETH.....1
SumT 1672 This Frere bosteth that he knoweth helle, 8
 
 BRODDER.....1
SumT 1688 Brodder than of a carryk is the sayl. 24
 
 BUT.........3
SumT 1668 " Lordynges, " quod he, " but o thyng I desire; 4
SumT 1674 Freres and feendes been but lyte asonder. 10
SumT 1704 But natheles, for fere yet he quook, 40
 
 BY..........1
SumT 1677 In spirit ones by a visioun; 12
 
 CARRYK......1
SumT 1688 Brodder than of a carryk is the sayl. 24
 
 CLAPTE......1
SumT 1699 He clapte his tayl agayn and lay ful stille. 34
 
 COME........1
SumT 1684 That noon of hem shal come to this place?' 20
 
 COMEN.......1
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
 
 CREPTEN.....1
SumT 1698 And in his ers they crepten everychon. 34
 
 CURSED......1
SumT 1707 God save yow alle, save this cursed Frere! 42
 
 CURTEISYE...1
SumT 1669 I yow biseke that, of youre curteisye, 4
 
 DESIRE......1
SumT 1668 " Lordynges, " quod he, " but o thyng I desire; 4
 
 DEVELES.....2
SumT 1694 Out of the develes ers ther gonne dryve 30
SumT 1705 So was the develes ers ay in his mynde, 40
 
 DOUN........2
SumT 1678 And as an angel ladde hym up and doun, 14
SumT 1686 And unto Sathanas he ladde hym doun. 22
 
 DRYVE.......1
SumT 1694 Out of the develes ers ther gonne dryve 30
 
 ENDE........1
SumT 1708 My prologe wol I ende in this manere. " 44
 
 ER..........1
SumT 1692 And er that half a furlong wey of space, 28
 
 ERS.........4
SumT 1690 `Shewe forth thyn ers, and lat the frere se 26
SumT 1694 Out of the develes ers ther gonne dryve 30
SumT 1698 And in his ers they crepten everychon. 34
SumT 1705 So was the develes ers ay in his mynde, 40
 
 EVERYCHON...1
SumT 1698 And in his ers they crepten everychon. 34
 
 FALSE.......1
SumT 1670 Syn ye han herd this false Frere lye, 6
 
 FASTE.......1
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
 
 FEENDES.....1
SumT 1674 Freres and feendes been but lyte asonder. 10
 
 FERE........1
SumT 1704 But natheles, for fere yet he quook, 40
 
 FILLE.......1
SumT 1700 This frere, whan he looked hadde his fille 36
 
 FOLK........1
SumT 1681 Of oother folk he saugh ynowe in wo. 16
 
 FOR.........3
SumT 1667 That lyk an aspen leef he quook for ire. 2
SumT 1675 For, pardee, ye han ofte tyme herd telle 10
SumT 1704 But natheles, for fere yet he quook, 40
 
 FORTH.......1
SumT 1690 `Shewe forth thyn ers, and lat the frere se 26
 
 FRERE.......9
SumT 1666 Upon this Frere his herte was so wood 2
SumT 1670 Syn ye han herd this false Frere lye, 6
SumT 1672 This Frere bosteth that he knoweth helle, 8
SumT 1676 How that a frere ravysshed was to helle 12
SumT 1680 In al the place saugh he nat a frere; 16
SumT 1682 Unto this angel spak the frere tho: 18
SumT 1690 `Shewe forth thyn ers, and lat the frere se 26
SumT 1700 This frere, whan he looked hadde his fille 36
SumT 1707 God save yow alle, save this cursed Frere! 42
 
 FRERES......4
SumT 1674 Freres and feendes been but lyte asonder. 10
SumT 1683 `Now, sire,' quod he, `han freres swich a grace 18
SumT 1691 Where is the nest of freres in this place!' 26
SumT 1695 Twenty thousand freres on a route, 30
 
 FROM........1
SumT 1693 Right so as bees out swarmen from an hyve, 28
 
 FUL.........1
SumT 1699 He clapte his tayl agayn and lay ful stille. 34
 
 FURLONG.....1
SumT 1692 And er that half a furlong wey of space, 28
 
 GOD.........3
SumT 1673 And God it woot, that it is litel wonder; 8
SumT 1702 His spirit God restored, of his grace, 38
SumT 1707 God save yow alle, save this cursed Frere! 42
 
 GON.........1
SumT 1697 And comen agayn as faste as they may gon, 32
 
 GONNE.......1
SumT 1694 Out of the develes ers ther gonne dryve 30
 
 GRACE.......2
SumT 1683 `Now, sire,' quod he, `han freres swich a grace 18
SumT 1702 His spirit God restored, of his grace, 38
 
 HADDE.......1
SumT 1700 This frere, whan he looked hadde his fille 36
 
 HALF........1
SumT 1692 And er that half a furlong wey of space, 28
 
 HAN.........2
SumT 1670 Syn ye han herd this false Frere lye, 6
SumT 1675 For, pardee, ye han ofte tyme herd telle 10
 
 HATH........1
SumT 1687 `And now hath Sathanas,' seith he, `a tayl 22