The Concordance
 
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SumT 1710 A mersshy contree called Holdernesse, 2
SumT 1711 In which ther wente a lymytour aboute 2
SumT 1713 And so bifel that on a day this frere 4
SumT 1714 Hadde preched at a chirche in his manere, 6
SumT 1727 Nat for to holde a preest joly and gay -- 18
SumT 1728 He syngeth nat but o masse in a day. 20
SumT 1740 His felawe hadde a staf tipped with horn, 32
SumT 1741 A peyre of tables al of yvory, 32
SumT 1742 And a poyntel polysshed fetisly, 34
SumT 1746 " Yif us a busshel whete, malt, or reye, 38
SumT 1747 A Goddes kechyl, or a trype of chese, 38
SumT 1747 A Goddes kechyl, or a trype of chese, 38
SumT 1749 A Goddes halfpeny, or a masse peny, 40
SumT 1749 A Goddes halfpeny, or a masse peny, 40
SumT 1751 A dagon of youre blanket, leeve dame, 42
SumT 1754 A sturdy harlot wente ay hem bihynde, 46
SumT 1755 That was hir hostes man, and bar a sak, 46
SumT 1769 Bedrede upon a couche lowe he lay. 60
SumT 1774 Heere have I eten many a myrie meel. " 66
SumT 1786 Have I seyd many a precious orison, 78
SumT 1789 And seyd a sermon after my symple wit -- 80
SumT 1793 Glosynge is a glorious thyng, certeyn, 84
SumT 1797 And there I saugh oure dame -- A! Where is she? " 88
SumT 1804 And kiste hire sweete, and chirketh as a sparwe 96
SumT 1808 Yet saugh I nat this day so fair a wyf 100
SumT 1815 I wole with Thomas speke a litel throwe. 106
SumT 1817 To grope tendrely a conscience 108
SumT 1825 He is as angry as a pissemyre, 116
SumT 1834 Ire is a thyng that hye God defended, 126
SumT 1835 And therof wol I speke a word or two. " 126
SumT 1839 Have I nat of a capon but the lyvere, 130
SumT 1840 And of youre softe breed nat but a shyvere, 132
SumT 1841 And after that a rosted pigges heed -- 132
SumT 1844 I am a man of litel sustenaunce; 136
SumT 1850 By God! I wolde nat telle it but a fewe. " 142
SumT 1864 With many a teere trillyng on my cheke, 156
SumT 1888 With empty wombe, fastynge many a day, 180
SumT 1920 But I shal fynde it in a maner glose, 212
SumT 1930 Fat as a whale, and walkynge as a swan, 222
SumT 1930 Fat as a whale, and walkynge as a swan, 222
SumT 1938 Therfore, right as an hauk up at a sours 230
SumT 1951 Ful many a pound; yet fare I never the bet. 242
SumT 1956 What nedeth hym that hath a parfit leche 248
SumT 1961 Thomas, that jape nys nat worth a myte. 252
SumT 1963 A, yif that covent half a quarter otes! 254
SumT 1963 A, yif that covent half a quarter otes! 254
SumT 1964 A, yif that covent foure and twenty grotes! 256
SumT 1965 A, yif that frere a peny, and lat hym go! 256
SumT 1965 A, yif that frere a peny, and lat hym go! 256
SumT 1967 What is a ferthyng worth parted in twelve? 258
SumT 1999 Now sith ye han so hooly meke a wyf, 290
SumT 2005 Ire is a synne, oon of the grete of sevene, 296
SumT 2019 Upon a day out ryden knyghtes two, 310
SumT 2044 And ay delited hym to been a shrewe. 336
SumT 2045 And so bifel, a lord of his meynee 336
SumT 2047 Seyde on a day bitwix hem two right thus: 338
SumT 2049 And dronkenesse is eek a foul record 340
SumT 2050 Of any man, and namely in a lord. 342
SumT 2052 Awaityng on a lord, and he noot where. 344
SumT 2069 `Now wheither have I a siker hand or noon?' 360
SumT 2076 But if it be unto a povre man. 368
SumT 2077 To a povre man men sholde his vices telle, 368
SumT 2078 But nat to a lord, thogh he sholde go to helle. 370
SumT 2090 Thou shalt me fynde as just as is a squyre. 382
SumT 2100 Quod he, " for many a muscle and many an oystre, 392
SumT 2105 Nys nat a tyle yet withinne oure wones. 396
SumT 2143 A thyng that I have hyd in pryvetee. " 434
SumT 2144 " A! " thoghte this frere, " That shal go with me! " 436
SumT 2146 In hope for to fynde there a yifte. 438
SumT 2149 Amydde his hand he leet the frere a fart; 440
SumT 2150 Ther nys no capul, drawynge in a cart, 442
SumT 2151 That myghte have lete a fart of swich a soun. 442
SumT 2151 That myghte have lete a fart of swich a soun. 442
SumT 2152 The frere up stirte as dooth a wood leoun -- 444
SumT 2153 " A, false cherl, " quod he, " for Goddes bones! 444
SumT 2158 And forth he gooth, with a ful angry cheere, 450
SumT 2160 He looked as it were a wilde boor; 452
SumT 2162 A sturdy paas doun to the court he gooth, 454
SumT 2163 Wher as ther woned a man of greet honour, 454
SumT 2166 This frere cam as he were in a rage, 458
SumT 2168 Unnethes myghte the frere speke a word, 460
SumT 2176 " I have, " quod he, " had a despit this day, 468
SumT 2178 That in this world is noon so povre a page 470
SumT 2206 I seye a cherl hath doon a cherles dede. 498
SumT 2206 I seye a cherl hath doon a cherles dede. 498
SumT 2209 I holde hym in a manere frenesye. " 500
SumT 2216 The lord sat stille as he were in a traunce, 508
SumT 2219 To shewe swich a probleme to the frere? 510
SumT 2223 Biforn this day, of swich a question. 514
SumT 2224 Who sholde make a demonstracion 516
SumT 2226 As of the soun or savour of a fart? 518
SumT 2229 Who evere herde of swich a thyng er now? 520
SumT 2233 The rumblynge of a fart, and every soun, 524
SumT 2240 I holde hym certeyn a demonyak! 532
SumT 2242 Lat hym go honge hymself a devel weye! " 534
SumT 2247 I koude telle, for a gowne-clooth, 538
SumT 2252 A gowne-clooth, by God and by Seint John! " 544
SumT 2255 Lat brynge a cartwheel heere into this halle; 546
SumT 2257 Twelve spokes hath a cartwheel comunly. 548
SumT 2259 For thrittene is a covent, as I gesse. 550
SumT 2264 Ful sadly leye his nose shal a frere. 556
SumT 2270 Upon the nave, and make hym lete a fart. 562
SumT 2276 By cause he is a man of greet honour, 568
SumT 2293 And Jankyn hath ywonne a newe gowne -- 584
 
 A-NYGHT..........1
SumT 1827 Though I hym wrye a-nyght and make hym warm, 118
 
 AARON............1
SumT 1894 " Aaron, that hadde the temple in governaunce, 186
 
 ABHOMYNABLE......1
SumT 2006 Abhomynable unto the God of hevene; 298
 
 ABHOMYNACIOUN....1
SumT 2179 That he nolde have abhomynacioun 470
 
 ABOUTE...........2
SumT 1711 In which ther wente a lymytour aboute 2
SumT 2148 Aboute his tuwel grope there and heere, 440