The Concordance
 
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WBT 14 Herkne eek, lo, which a sharp word for the nones, 14
WBT 15 Biside a welle, Jhesus, God and man, 14
WBT 42 The firste nyght had many a myrie fit 42
WBT 50 To wedde, a Goddes half, where it liketh me. 56
WBT 66 Men may conseille a womman to been oon, 72
WBT 74 A thyng of which his maister yaf noon heeste. 80
WBT 79 I woot wel that th' apostel was a mayde; 84
WBT 83 And for to been a wyf he yaf me leve 88
WBT 99 For wel ye knowe, a lord in his houshold, 104
WBT 103 And everich hath of God a propre yifte -- 108
WBT 117 And of so parfit wys a [wright] ywroght? 122
WBT 122 Were eek to knowe a femele from a male, 128
WBT 122 Were eek to knowe a femele from a male, 128
WBT 133 Thanne were they maad upon a creature 138
WBT 139 Crist was a mayde and shapen as a man, 144
WBT 139 Crist was a mayde and shapen as a man, 144
WBT 140 And many a seint, sith that the world bigan; 146
WBT 146 Oure Lord Jhesu refresshed many a man. 152
WBT 165 Ye been a noble prechour in this cas. 170
WBT 166 I was aboute to wedde a wyf; allas! 172
WBT 209 A wys womman wol bisye hire evere in oon 214
WBT 216 That many a nyght they songen `Weilawey!' 222
WBT 228 Swere and lyen, as a womman kan. 234
WBT 231 A wys wyf, if that she kan hir good, 236
WBT 243 And if I have a gossib or a freend, 248
WBT 243 And if I have a gossib or a freend, 248
WBT 244 Withouten gilt, thou chidest as a feend, 250
WBT 246 Thou comest hoom as dronken as a mous, 252
WBT 248 Thou seist to me it is a greet meschief 254
WBT 249 To wedde a povre womman, for costage; 254
WBT 251 Thanne seistow that it is a tormentrie 256
WBT 256 That is assailled upon ech a syde. 262
WBT 263 Thou seyst men may nat kepe a castel wal, 268
WBT 267 For as a spanyel she wol on hym lepe, 272
WBT 272 A thyng that no man wole, his thankes, helde. 278
WBT 280 Out of hir owene houses; a, benedicitee! 286
WBT 284 Wel may that be a proverbe of a shrewe! 290
WBT 284 Wel may that be a proverbe of a shrewe! 290
WBT 297 And but thou make a feeste on thilke day 302
WBT 306 Yet hastow caught a fals suspecioun. 312
WBT 320 I knowe yow for a trewe wyf, dame Alys. " 326
WBT 333 He is to greet a nygard that wolde werne 338
WBT 334 A man to lighte a candle at his lanterne; 340
WBT 334 A man to lighte a candle at his lanterne; 340
WBT 347 I wol nat wirche as muchel as a gnat. 352
WBT 348 Thou seydest this, that I was lyk a cat; 354
WBT 349 For whoso wolde senge a cattes skyn, 354
WBT 352 She wol nat dwelle in house half a day, 358
WBT 370 But if a sely wyf be oon of tho? 376
WBT 376 Thou seyest, right as wormes shende a tree, 382
WBT 377 Right so a wyf destroyeth hire housbonde; 382
WBT 399 Under that colour hadde I many a myrthe. 404
WBT 417 And make me a feyned appetit; 422
WBT 425 I ne owe hem nat a word that it nys quit. 430
WBT 429 For thogh he looked as a wood leon, 434
WBT 435 And han a sweete spiced conscience, 440
WBT 439 That it is fair to have a wyf in pees. 444
WBT 441 And sith a man is moore resonable 446
WBT 448 I koude walke as fressh as is a rose; 454
WBT 453 My fourthe housbonde was a revelour -- 458
WBT 454 This is to seyn, he hadde a paramour -- 460
WBT 456 Stibourn and strong, and joly as a pye. 462
WBT 459 Whan I had dronke a draughte of sweete wyn! 464
WBT 461 That with a staf birafte his wyf hir lyf, 466
WBT 466 A likerous mouth moste han a likerous tayl. 472
WBT 466 A likerous mouth moste han a likerous tayl. 472
WBT 484 I made hym of the same wode a croce; 490
WBT 516 In this matere a queynte fantasye: 522
WBT 527 He som tyme was a clerk of Oxenford, 532
WBT 534 For hadde myn housbonde pissed on a wal, 540
WBT 535 Or doon a thyng that sholde han cost his lyf, 540
WBT 542 Had toold to me so greet a pryvetee. 548
WBT 543 And so bifel that ones in a Lente -- 548
WBT 561 Upon my peril, frete hem never a deel; 566
WBT 572 I holde a mouses herte nat worth a leek 578
WBT 572 I holde a mouses herte nat worth a leek 578
WBT 586 A ha! By God, I have my tale ageyn. 592
WBT 591 But for that I was purveyed of a make, 596
WBT 597 After the beere, me thoughte he hadde a paire 602
WBT 602 But yet I hadde alwey a coltes tooth. 608
WBT 605 As help me God, I was a lusty oon, 610
WBT 618 My chambre of Venus from a good felawe. 624
WBT 635 For that I rente out of his book a leef, 640
WBT 637 Stibourn I was as is a leonesse, 642
WBT 638 And of my tonge a verray jangleresse, 644
WBT 646 Lookynge out at his dore upon a day. 652
WBT 648 That, for his wyf was at a someres game 654
WBT 667 Why that I rente out of his book a leef, 672
WBT 669 He hadde a book that gladly, nyght and day, 674
WBT 673 And eek ther was somtyme a clerk at Rome, 678
WBT 674 A cardinal, that highte Seint Jerome, 680
WBT 675 That made a book agayn Jovinian; 680
WBT 712 That I was beten for a book, pardee! 718
WBT 713 Upon a nyght Jankyn, that was oure sire, 718
WBT 732 But `Er that thonder stynte, comth a reyn!' 738
WBT 735 Fy! Spek namoore -- it is a grisly thyng -- 740
WBT 742 Myn housbonde hadde a legende of his wyf, 748
WBT 745 Wher that hir housbonde hidde hym in a place, 750
WBT 754 She yaf hym swich a manere love-drynke 760
WBT 759 That in his gardyn growed swich a tree 764
WBT 763 `Yif me a plante of thilke blissed tree, 768
WBT 776 Be with a leon or a foul dragoun, 782
WBT 776 Be with a leon or a foul dragoun, 782
WBT 777 Than with a womman usynge for to chyde. 782
WBT 785 Is lyk a gold ryng in a sowes nose.' 790
WBT 785 Is lyk a gold ryng in a sowes nose.' 790
WBT 794 And he up stirte as dooth a wood leoun, 800
WBT 831 This is a long preamble of a tale! " 836
WBT 831 This is a long preamble of a tale! " 836
WBT 834 A frere wol entremette hym everemo. 840
WBT 835 Lo, goode men, a flye and eek a frere 840
WBT 835 Lo, goode men, a flye and eek a frere 840
WBT 842 Telle of a somonour swich a tale or two 848
WBT 842 Telle of a somonour swich a tale or two 848