The Concordance
 
 A..............46
WBT 861 Daunced ful ofte in many a grene mede. 4
WBT 883 Hadde in his hous a lusty bacheler, 26
WBT 884 That on a day cam ridynge fro ryver, 28
WBT 886 He saugh a mayde walkynge hym biforn, 30
WBT 901 Whan that she saugh hir tyme, upon a day: 44
WBT 909 A twelf-month and a day, to seche and leere 52
WBT 909 A twelf-month and a day, to seche and leere 52
WBT 932 A man shal wynne us best with flaterye, 76
WBT 949 But that tale is nat worth a rake-stele. 92
WBT 963 To make hir housbonde han so foul a name. 106
WBT 966 That she so longe sholde a conseil hyde; 110
WBT 970 Doun to a mareys faste by she ran -- 114
WBT 972 And as a bitore bombleth in the myre, 116
WBT 979 Heere may ye se, thogh we a tyme abyde, 122
WBT 990 In al this care, under a forest syde, 134
WBT 991 Wher as he saugh upon a daunce go 134
WBT 998 Save on the grene he saugh sittynge a wyf -- 142
WBT 999 A fouler wight ther may no man devyse. 142
WBT 1018 That wereth on a coverchief or a calle 162
WBT 1018 That wereth on a coverchief or a calle 162
WBT 1021 Tho rowned she a pistel in his ere, 164
WBT 1026 Ful many a noble wyf, and many a mayde, 170
WBT 1026 Ful many a noble wyf, and many a mayde, 170
WBT 1027 And many a wydwe, for that they been wise, 170
WBT 1028 The queene hirself sittynge as a justise, 172
WBT 1034 This knyght ne stood nat stille as doth a best, 178
WBT 1060 For Goddes love, as chees a newe requeste! 204
WBT 1095 Ye faren lyk a man had lost his wit. 238
WBT 1101 And therto comen of so lough a kynde, 244
WBT 1135 Unto a certeyn lynage doun the lyne, 278
WBT 1151 A lordes sone do shame and vileynye; 294
WBT 1153 For he was boren of a gentil hous 296
WBT 1158 For vileyns synful dedes make a cherl. 302
WBT 1161 Which is a strange thyng to thy persone. 304
WBT 1182 Ne wolde nat chese a vicious lyvyng. 326
WBT 1186 I holde hym riche, al hadde he nat a sherte. 330
WBT 1187 He that coveiteth is a povre wight, 330
WBT 1190 Is riche, although ye holde hym but a knave. 334
WBT 1196 A ful greet bryngere out of bisynesse; 340
WBT 1197 A greet amendere eek of sapience 340
WBT 1201 Poverte ful ofte, whan a man is lowe, 344
WBT 1203 Poverte a spectacle is, as thynketh me, 346
WBT 1214 Than drede you noght to been a cokewold; 358
WBT 1221 And be to yow a trewe, humble wyf, 364
WBT 1253 His herte bathed in a bath of blisse. 396
WBT 1254 A thousand tyme a-rewe he gan hire kisse, 398
 
 A-REWE.........1
WBT 1254 A thousand tyme a-rewe he gan hire kisse, 398
 
 ABEDDE.........3
WBT 927 Somme riche array, somme seyden lust abedde, 70
WBT 1084 Whan he was with his wyf abedde ybroght; 228
WBT 1259 Housbondes meeke, yonge, and fressh abedde, 402
 
 ABOUTE.........1
WBT 967 Hir thoughte it swal so soore aboute hir herte 110
 
 ABOVE..........2
WBT 1040 And for to been in maistrie hym above. 184
WBT 1065 That under erthe is grave or lith above, 208
 
 ABYDE..........1
WBT 979 Heere may ye se, thogh we a tyme abyde, 122
 
 ACCORDYNGE.....1
WBT 924 Two creatures accordynge in-feere. 68
 
 AFTER..........2
WBT 900 And after this thus spak she to the knyght, 44
WBT 1081 And al day after hidde hym as an owle, 224
 
 AFTERWARD......1
WBT 1030 And afterward this knyght was bode appeere. 174
 
 AFYRE..........1
WBT 971 Til she cam there hir herte was afyre -- 114
 
 AGAYN..........2
WBT 916 And come agayn, right at the yeres ende, 60
WBT 1000 Agayn the knyght this olde wyf gan ryse, 144
 
 AGO............1
WBT 863 I speke of manye hundred yeres ago. 6
 
 AL.............21
WBT 859 Al was this land fulfild of fayerye. 2
WBT 897 And yaf hym to the queene, al at hir wille, 40
WBT 899 The queene thanketh the kyng with al hir myght, 42
WBT 914 But what! He may nat do al as hym liketh. 58
WBT 961 She swoor him, " Nay " ; for al this world to wynne, 104
WBT 977 Now is myn herte al hool; now is it oute. 120
WBT 990 In al this care, under a forest syde, 134
WBT 1036 With manly voys, that al the court it herde: 180
WBT 1043 In al the court ne was ther wyf, ne mayde, 186
WBT 1061 Taak al my good and lat my body go. " 204
WBT 1064 I nolde for al the metal, ne for oore 208
WBT 1070 But al for noght; the ende is this, that he 214
WBT 1075 To tellen yow the joye and al th' array 218
WBT 1078 I seye ther nas no joye ne feeste at al; 222
WBT 1081 And al day after hidde hym as an owle, 224
WBT 1106 " Now, sire, " quod she, " I koude amende al this, 250
WBT 1119 For thogh they yeve us al hir heritage, 262
WBT 1172 Al were it that myne auncestres were rude, 316
WBT 1186 I holde hym riche, al hadde he nat a sherte. 330
WBT 1222 And nevere yow displese in al my lyf, 366
WBT 1250 And whan the knyght saugh verraily al this, 394
 
 ALENGE.........1
WBT 1199 Poverte is this, although it seme alenge: 342
 
 ALLAS..........3
WBT 1058 This knyght answerde, " Allas and weylawey! 202
WBT 1068 Allas, that any of my nacioun 212
WBT 1098 " Amended? " quod this knyght, " Allas, nay, nay! 242
 
 ALLE...........2
WBT 939 For trewely ther is noon of us alle, 82
WBT 1017 Lat se which is the proudeste of hem alle 160
 
 ALLONE.........2
WBT 885 And happed that, allone as he was born, 28
WBT 1162 Thy gentillesse cometh fro God allone. 306
 
 ALSO...........5
WBT 958 He loved hire moost, and trusted hire also; 102
WBT 1100 Thou art so loothly, and so oold also, 244
WBT 1215 For filthe and eelde, also moot I thee, 358
WBT 1233 And moost honour to yow and me also. 376
WBT 1243 But I to yow be also good and trewe 386
 
 ALTHOUGH.......2
WBT 1190 Is riche, although ye holde hym but a knave. 334
WBT 1199 Poverte is this, although it seme alenge: 342
 
 ALWAY..........1
WBT 1113 Looke who that is moost vertuous alway, 256
 
 ALWEY..........1
WBT 1149 Alwey, as dooth the fyr, lo, in his kynde. 292
 
 AM.............5
WBT 1042 Dooth as yow list; I am heer at youre wille. " 186
WBT 1091 I am youre owene love and youre wyf; 234
WBT 1092 I am she which that saved hath youre lyf, 236
WBT 1175 Thanne am I gentil, whan that I bigynne 318
WBT 1213 " Now ther ye seye that I am foul and old, 356
 
 AMENDE.........1
WBT 1106 " Now, sire, " quod she, " I koude amende al this, 250
 
 AMENDED........3
WBT 1097 And it shal been amended, if I may. " 240
WBT 1098 " Amended? " quod this knyght, " Allas, nay, nay! 242
WBT 1099 It wol nat been amended nevere mo. 242