The Concordance
 
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PF 14 But " God save swich a lord! " -- I can na moore. 14
PF 14 But " God save swich a lord! " -- I can na moore. 14
PF 31 " Tullyus of the Drem of Scipioun. " 30
PF 31 " Tullyus of the Drem of Scipioun. " 30
PF 52 And Affrican seyde, " Ye, withouten drede, " 52
PF 52 And Affrican seyde, " Ye, withouten drede, " 52
PF 73 And he seyde, " Know thyself first immortal, 72
PF 78 " But brekers of the lawe, soth to seyne, 78
PF 84 To which to comen God the sende his grace. " 84
PF 109 But thus seyde he: " Thow hast the so wel born 108
PF 112 That sumdel of thy labour wolde I quyte. " 112
PF 127 " Thorgh me men gon into that blysful place 126
PF 133 Al open am I -- passe in, and sped thee faste! " 132
PF 134 " Thorgh me men gon, " than spak that other side, 134
PF 134 " Thorgh me men gon, " than spak that other side, 134
PF 135 " Unto the mortal strokes of the spere 134
PF 140 Th' eschewing is only the remedye! " 140
PF 155 And seyde, " It stondeth writen in thy face, 154
PF 162 " But natheles, although that thow be dul, 162
PF 168 I shal the shewe mater of to wryte. " 168
PF 383 " Foules, tak hed of my sentence, I preye, 382
PF 386 " Ye knowe wel how, Seynt Valentynes day, 386
PF 393 " The tersel egle, as that ye knowe wel, 392
PF 400 " And after hym by ordre shul ye chese, 400
PF 404 God sende hym hire that sorest for hym syketh! " 404
PF 406 And seyde, " My sone, the choys is to the falle. 406
PF 407 " But natheles, in this condicioun 406
PF 413 In blisful tyme he cam into this place! " 412
PF 416 " Unto my soverayn lady, and not my fere, 416
PF 421 " Besekynge hire of merci and of grace, 420
PF 428 " And if that I be founde to hyre untrewe, 428
PF 435 " And syn that non loveth hire so wel as I, 434
PF 441 Say what yow list, my tale is at an ende. " 440
PF 448 Seyde, " Doughter, drede yow nought, I yow assure. " 448
PF 448 Seyde, " Doughter, drede yow nought, I yow assure. " 448
PF 450 Of lower kynde, and seyde, " That shal nat be! 450
PF 456 " I dar ek seyn, if she me fynde fals, 456
PF 462 Take she my lif and al the good I have! " 462
PF 464 " Now, sires, ye seen the lytel leyser heere; 464
PF 470 " Of long servyse avaunte I me nothing; 470
PF 477 " I seye not this by me, for I ne can 476
PF 483 And trewe in al that herte may bethynke. " 482
PF 492 So loude rong, " Have don, and lat us wende! " 492
PF 492 So loude rong, " Have don, and lat us wende! " 492
PF 494 " Com of! " they criede, " allas, ye wol us shende! 494
PF 494 " Com of! " they criede, " allas, ye wol us shende! 494
PF 494 " Com of! " they criede, " allas, ye wol us shende! 494
PF 497 For ye or nay withouten any preve? " 496
PF 499 So cryede, " Kek kek! kokkow! quek quek! " hye, 498
PF 499 So cryede, " Kek kek! kokkow! quek quek! " hye, 498
PF 501 The goos seyde, " Al this nys not worth a flye! 500
PF 504 For water-foul, whoso be wroth or blythe! " 504
PF 505 " And I for worm-foul, " seyde the fol kokkow, 504
PF 505 " And I for worm-foul, " seyde the fol kokkow, 504
PF 506 " For I wol of myn owene autorite, 506
PF 508 For to delyvere us is gret charite. " 508
PF 509 " Ye may abyde a while yit, parde! " 508
PF 509 " Ye may abyde a while yit, parde! " 508
PF 510 Quod the turtel, " If it be youre wille 510
PF 512 " I am a sed-foul, oon the unworthieste, 512
PF 518 For office uncommytted ofte anoyeth. " 518
PF 521 With facound voys seyde, " Hold youre tonges there! 520
PF 525 To seyn the verdit for yow foules alle. " 524
PF 534 " Ful hard were it to preve by resoun 534
PF 539 Thanne semeth it there moste be batayle. " 538
PF 540 " Al redy! " quod these egles tercels tho. 540
PF 540 " Al redy! " quod these egles tercels tho. 540
PF 541 " Nay, sires, " quod he, " if that I durste it seye, 540
PF 541 " Nay, sires, " quod he, " if that I durste it seye, 540
PF 541 " Nay, sires, " quod he, " if that I durste it seye, 540
PF 547 " And therfore pes! I seye, as to my wit, 546
PF 553 Which that he be, for it is light to knowe. " 552
PF 559 " That so desyreth to pronounce oure nede, 558
PF 560 Shal telle oure tale, " and preyede " God hire spede! " 560
PF 560 Shal telle oure tale, " and preyede " God hire spede! " 560
PF 560 Shal telle oure tale, " and preyede " God hire spede! " 560
PF 563 She seyde, " Pes! Now tak kep every man, 562
PF 567 But she wol love hym, lat hym love another! " 566
PF 568 " Lo, here a parfit resoun of a goos! " 568
PF 568 " Lo, here a parfit resoun of a goos! " 568
PF 569 Quod the sperhauk; " Nevere mot she thee! 568
PF 574 But soth is seyd, ' a fol can not be stille. ' " 574
PF 582 " Nay, God forbede a lovere shulde chaunge! " 582
PF 582 " Nay, God forbede a lovere shulde chaunge! " 582
PF 584 " Though that his lady everemore be straunge, 584
PF 588 I wol ben hires, til that the deth me take. ' " 588
PF 589 " Wel bourded, " quod the doke, " by myn hat! 588
PF 589 " Wel bourded, " quod the doke, " by myn hat! 588
PF 589 " Wel bourded, " quod the doke, " by myn hat! 588
PF 593 Who shulde recche of that is recheles? " 592
PF 594 " Ye queke, " seyde the goos, " ful wel and fayre! 594
PF 594 " Ye queke, " seyde the goos, " ful wel and fayre! 594
PF 594 " Ye queke, " seyde the goos, " ful wel and fayre! 594
PF 595 There been mo sterres, God wot, than a payre! " 594
PF 596 " Now fy, cherl! " quod the gentil tercelet, 596
PF 596 " Now fy, cherl! " quod the gentil tercelet, 596
PF 597 " Out of the donghil cam that word ful right! 596
PF 602 That what love is, thow canst nouther seen ne gesse. " 602
PF 605 " So I, " quod he, " may have my make in pes, 604
PF 605 " So I, " quod he, " may have my make in pes, 604
PF 605 " So I, " quod he, " may have my make in pes, 604
PF 609 This shorte lessoun nedeth nat recorde. " 608
PF 610 " Ye, have the glotoun fild inow his paunche, 610
PF 611 Thanne are we wel! " seyde the merlioun; 610
PF 612 " Thow mortherere of the heysoge on the braunche 612
PF 616 Go, lewed be thow whil the world may dure! " 616
PF 617 " Now pes, " quod Nature, " I comaunde heer! 616
PF 617 " Now pes, " quod Nature, " I comaunde heer! 616
PF 617 " Now pes, " quod Nature, " I comaunde heer! 616
PF 624 " For sith it may not here discussed be 624
PF 631 " But as for counseyl for to chese a make, 630
PF 637 That to yow hit oughte to been a suffisaunce. " 636
PF 639 " My rightful lady, goddesse of Nature! 638
PF 644 And myn entente I wol yow sey right sone. " 644
PF 645 " I graunte it yow, " quod she; and right anon 644
PF 645 " I graunte it yow, " quod she; and right anon 644
PF 647 " Almyghty queen, unto this yer be don, 646
PF 652 " I wol nat serve Venus ne Cupide, 652
PF 653 Forsothe as yit, by no manere weye. " 652
PF 654 " Now, syn it may non otherwise betyde, " 654
PF 654 " Now, syn it may non otherwise betyde, " 654
PF 655 Quod Nature, " heere is no more to seye. 654
PF 657 Ech with his make, for taryinge lengere heere! " 656
PF 659 " To yow speke I, ye tercelets, " quod Nature, 658
PF 659 " To yow speke I, ye tercelets, " quod Nature, 658
PF 660 " Beth of good herte, and serveth alle thre. 660
PF 665 This entremes is dressed for yow alle. " 664
PF 680 " Now welcome, somer, with thy sonne softe, 680
PF 683 " Saynt Valentyn, that art ful hy on-lofte, 682
PF 687 " Wel han they cause for to gladen ofte, 686
PF 692 And driven away the longe nyghtes blake! " 692