THANNYS................1
RomB 2372 And lat it nevere thannys flette. 2368
 
 THAR...................2
RomB 1857 But whanne a while I hadde be thar, 1854
RomB 3761 Thar no man aske if I was blithe, 3756
 
 THAT...................1508
RomA 1 Many men sayn that in sweveninges 0
RomA 4 Whiche hardely that false ne ben, 4
RomA 7 An authour that hight Macrobes, 6
RomA 8 That halt nat dremes false ne lees, 8
RomA 10 That whilom mette kyng Cipioun. 10
RomA 13 To wene that dremes after falle, 12
RomA 16 That dremes signifiaunce be 16
RomA 18 That dremen in her slep a-nyghtes 18
RomA 20 That fallen after al openly. 20
RomA 22 Whan that Love taketh his cariage 22
RomA 27 That lyked me wonders wel. 26
RomA 28 But in that sweven is never a del 28
RomA 29 That it nys afterward befalle, 28
RomA 34 Commaundeth me that it be so. 34
RomA 36 Whether that it be he or she, 36
RomA 38 Shal hatte, that I rede you here: 38
RomA 42 God graunt me in gree that she it take 42
RomA 43 For whom that it begonnen is. 42
RomA 44 And that is she that hath, ywis, 44
RomA 44 And that is she that hath, ywis, 44
RomA 47 That she wel ought, of pris and ryght, 46
RomA 49 That it was May me thoughte tho 48
RomA 51 That it was May, thus dremed me, 50
RomA 53 That al thing gynneth waxen gay, 52
RomA 55 In May that it nyl shrouded ben 54
RomA 58 That drie in wynter ben to sene, 58
RomA 60 For swote dewes that on it falle, 60
RomA 62 In which that wynter had it set. 62
RomA 64 That it wole have a newe shroud, 64
RomA 66 That it hath hewes an hundred payre 66
RomA 69 That is the robe I mene, iwys, 68
RomA 71 The briddes that haven left her song, 70
RomA 75 So glade that they shewe in syngyng 74
RomA 76 That in her hertis is sich lykyng 76
RomA 77 That they mote syngen and be light. 76
RomA 85 Hard is the hert that loveth nought 84
RomA 94 That it was by the morowe erly, 94
RomA 102 That in thise buskes syngen clere. 102
RomA 103 And in [the] swete seson that leef is, 102
RomA 111 That I herd renne faste by, 110
RomA 113 Than playen me by that ryver. 112
RomA 114 For from an hill that stood ther ner 114
RomA 120 And never saugh I, er that day, 120
RomA 121 The watir that so wel lyked me, 120
RomA 123 That lusty place and that ryver. 122
RomA 123 That lusty place and that ryver. 122
RomA 124 And with that watir, that ran so cler, 124
RomA 124 And with that watir, that ran so cler, 124
RomA 148 That for hir wrathe, yre, and onde, 148
RomA 152 By semblaunt, was that ilk ymage. 152
RomA 166 Another ymage that Vilanye 166
RomA 170 That other ymage, and, trustith wel, 170
RomA 176 That sich ymage coude make. 176
RomA 182 That eggith folk in many gise 182
RomA 185 And that is she that for usure 184
RomA 185 And that is she that for usure 184
RomA 189 And that is she that penyes fele 188
RomA 189 And that is she that penyes fele 188
RomA 192 And that is routh, for by her throtes 192
RomA 197 And that is she that makith trechoures, 196
RomA 197 And that is she that makith trechoures, 196
RomA 199 That with hir termes and hir domes 198
RomA 210 Ful foul in peyntyng was that vice; 210
RomA 216 That ladde hir lyf oonly by breed 216
RomA 234 To weren ofte that ilke cloth, 234
RomA 240 A purs that heng by a band, 240
RomA 241 And that she hidde and bond so stronge, 240
RomA 243 Out of that purs er ther come ought. 242
RomA 244 For that ne cometh not in hir thought; 244
RomA 246 That fro that purs a peny wente. 246
RomA 246 That fro that purs a peny wente. 246
RomA 247 And by that ymage, nygh ynough, 246
RomA 248 Was peynted Envye, that never lough 248
RomA 262 Of that hath she gret hevynesse. 262
RomA 266 That feith ne trouthe holdith she 266
RomA 269 That she nys ful her enemy; 268
RomA 276 That nygh she meltith for pure wood. 276
RomA 278 That God the puple wel awrekith. 278
RomA 281 I trowe that if Envie, iwis, 280
RomA 282 Knewe the beste man that is 282
RomA 286 That she ne myght al abate his pris, 286
RomA 289 I saugh Envie in that peyntyng 288
RomA 299 That fair or worthi were, or wis, 298
RomA 302 Upon that wall of masonrye. 302
RomA 304 That she hadde lyved in langour; 304
RomA 309 That she hadde suffred day and nyght, 308
RomA 313 As that hir semede for to be, 312
RomA 315 I trowe that no wight myght hir please 314
RomA 316 Nor do that thyng that myght hir ease; 316
RomA 316 Nor do that thyng that myght hir ease; 316
RomA 326 As she that was fulfilled of ire. 326
RomA 329 As she that hadde it al torent 328
RomA 332 How that she wep ful tendirly. 332
RomA 334 That hadde sen her sorowes smerte, 334
RomA 335 That nolde have had of her pyte, 334
RomA 340 That woful recheles caytyf. 340
RomA 350 That shorter was a foot, iwys, 350
RomA 354 That faded was al her beaute. 354
RomA 362 That whylom round and softe had be. 362
RomA 367 So old she was that she ne wente 366
RomA 369 The tyme that passeth nyght and day, 368
RomA 372 That to us semeth sykerly 372
RomA 373 That it in oon poynt dwelleth ever 372
RomA 376 That ther nys man that thynke may 376
RomA 376 That ther nys man that thynke may 376
RomA 377 What tyme that now present is 376
RomA 381 The tyme, that may not sojourne, 380
RomA 383 As watir that doun renneth ay, 382
RomA 388 The tyme eke that chaungith all, 388
RomA 391 The tyme that eldith our auncessours, 390
RomA 393 And that us alle shal overcomen, 392
RomA 394 Er that deth us shal have nomen; 394
RomA 395 The tyme that hath al in welde 394
RomA 397 So ynly that, to my witing, 396
RomA 403 But natheles, I trowe that she 402
RomA 406 But she was past al that passage, 406
RomA 414 That semede lyk an ipocrite, 414
RomA 416 That ilk is she that pryvely 416
RomA 416 That ilk is she that pryvely 416
RomA 423 That she ne thenkith in hir corage. 422
RomA 424 Ful lyk to hir was that ymage, 424
RomA 425 That makid was lyk hir semblaunce. 424
RomA 443 Of paradys, that blisful place; 442
RomA 451 That not a peny hadde in wolde, 450
RomA 463 And she was putt, that I of talke, 462
RomA 468 Acursed may wel be that day 468
RomA 469 That povere man conceyved is. 468
RomA 474 In honour that he may arise. 474
RomA 481 In stede of hegge, was that gardyn; 480
RomA 483 Into that gardyn, wel wrought, 482
RomA 484 Whoso that me coude have brought, 484
RomA 488 I trowe that nevere man ne say, 488
RomA 489 As was in that place delytous. 488
RomA 501 That for an hundred pound nolde I 500
RomA 502 (If that the passage openly 502
RomA 504 That I nolde entren for to se 504
RomA 507 That songen thorugh her mery throtes 506
RomA 512 I myght come into that gardyn; 512
RomA 514 Into that gardyn for to goon. 514
RomA 515 Ne nought wist I if that ther were 514
RomA 522 That by no weye ne myght it be 522
RomA 523 That ther nas laddre or wey to passe, 522
RomA 528 Tyl that I fond a wiket small 528
RomA 529 So shett that I ne myght in gon, 528
RomA 532 That was fetys and so lite, 532
RomA 536 If that I herde ony wight comyng, 536
RomA 537 Til that [the] dore of thilk entre 536
RomA 565 And faire above that chapelet 564
RomA 585 Whan that this dore hadde opened me 584
RomA 588 And axide hir how that she highte, 588
RomA 596 And that of oon thyng namely, 596
RomA 602 That fro the land of Alexandryn 602
RomA 604 That in this gardyn ben set. 604
RomA 606 This wall, that stant heere in thi sighte, 606
RomA 610 That neithir ben jolyf ne queynte, 610
RomA 616 That lyven in lust and jolite. 616
RomA 626 That in this world may founde be 626
RomA 628 That folowen hym always aboute. " 628
RomA 633 Sith Myrthe, that is so faire and fre, 632
RomA 637 That I this nyght ne mote it see. 636
RomA 643 That Ydelnesse hadde opened me, 642
RomA 644 Into that gardyn fair to see. 644
RomA 649 So fair it was that, trusteth wel, 648
RomA 654 As in that gardyn, thoughte me. 654
RomA 659 That in her swete song deliten 658
RomA 664 That wery, nygh forsongen were; 664
RomA 666 That songen for to wynne hem prys, 666
RomA 668 That other briddes hem among. 668
RomA 670 These briddes, that I you devise; 670
RomA 676 Was herd of man that myghte dye. 676
RomA 678 That me thought it no briddis song, 678
RomA 681 That, for her syngyng is so clere, 680
RomA 686 These briddis, that nought unkunnynge 686
RomA 692 That I was never erst, er that day, 692
RomA 692 That I was never erst, er that day, 692
RomA 696 That Ydelnesse me served well, 696
RomA 697 That me putte in sich jolite. 696
RomA 699 Sith she the dore of that gardyn 698
RomA 701 From hennes forth hou that I wroughte, 700
RomA 706 And of that gardyn eke as blyve 706
RomA 709 That wel wrought was for the nones. 708
RomA 721 And whan that I hadde herd, I trowe, 720
RomA 724 That I ne wente inne for to see 724
RomA 728 That sighte was to me ful dere. 728
RomA 736 And with hym in that lusty place 736
RomA 738 That whan I saw, I wondred me 738
RomA 742 To angels that ben fethered brighte. 742
RomA 745 A lady karolede hem that hyghte 744
RomA 765 That wel to synge dide her peyne. 764
RomA 770 And saillouris, that I dar wel swere 770
RomA 775 That they failide never mo. 774
RomA 783 Hou that they daunced queyntely. 782
RomA 784 That oon wolde come all pryvyly 784
RomA 785 Agayn that other, and whan they were 784
RomA 787 Her mouthis so that thorough her play 786
RomA 792 Whiles that I saw hem daunce so. 792
RomA 807 That Curtesie me cleped so 806
RomA 811 As man that was to daunce right blithe. 810
RomA 815 Of all the folk that daunced there, 814
RomA 849 That syngith so wel with glad courage, 848
RomA 850 That from she was twelve yeer of age 850
RomA 858 That with a brere smale and slendre 858
RomA 863 That laugheden ay in hir semblaunt 862
RomA 878 The God of Love that can devyde 878
RomA 904 Ne flour noon that man can on thynke; 902
RomA 910 That flyen over his heed aboute, 908
RomA 917 That doun were comen fro hevene cler. 916
RomA 919 That he made alweyes with hym be; 918
RomA 924 That oon of hem was of a tree 922
RomA 925 That bereth a fruyt of savour wykke; 924
RomA 926 Ful crokid was that foule stikke, 924
RomA 929 That other bowe was of a plante 928
RomA 938 That semede lyk no gadelyng. 936
RomA 953 That other arowe, that hurteth lesse, 952
RomA 953 That other arowe, that hurteth lesse, 952
RomA 956 That fethred was in noble wise 954
RomA 959 That hevy for to sheten ys. 958
RomA 963 Faire-Semblaunt men that arowe calle, 962
RomA 967 That hurt is with that arowe, ywys. 966
RomA 967 That hurt is with that arowe, ywys. 966
RomA 972 That ben ful foule to devyse, 970
RomA 976 That other arowe next hym biside, 974
RomA 978 That arowe was al with felonye 976
RomA 983 These arowis that I speke of heere 982
RomA 988 That knotty was and al roynous. 986
RomA 989 That bowe semede wel to shete 988
RomA 990 These arowis fyve that ben unmete 988
RomA 991 And contrarye to that other fyve. 990
RomA 1002 Of all the folk that on the daunce is. 1000
RomA 1040 And that is nought of yisterday 1038
RomA 1041 That riche folk have full gret myght 1040
RomA 1046 For that they wolde hir love deserve: 1044
RomA 1052 That ben ful besy and curyous 1050
RomA 1054 That best deserven love and name. 1052
RomA 1072 Ne trowe not that I lye or madde, 1070
RomA 1091 That stoon was gretly for to love, 1090
RomA 1096 That was so fyn and vertuous 1094
RomA 1097 That hol a man it koude make 1096
RomA 1100 That he was siker in every place, 1098
RomA 1102 That fastyng myghte that stoon seen. 1100
RomA 1102 That fastyng myghte that stoon seen. 1100
RomA 1109 Of brend gold that full lyghte shoon; 1108
RomA 1112 That koude devyse all the stonys 1110
RomA 1113 That in that cercle shewen clere. 1112
RomA 1113 That in that cercle shewen clere. 1112
RomA 1122 That, also soone as it was nyght, 1120
RomA 1126 That Richesse wondir brighte shon, 1124
RomA 1131 That she best loved of ony thing. 1130
RomA 1136 Of theft or moordre if that he 1134
RomA 1150 Largesse, that settith al hir entente 1148
RomA 1154 Whan that she yaf and seide, " Have this. " 1152
RomA 1159 So that the more she yaf awey 1158
RomA 1166 I trowe that she coude tristily 1164
RomA 1172 That bothe riche and nygard is. 1170
RomA 1174 That greveth more than avarice, 1172
RomA 1184 The iren that is leid therby, 1182
RomA 1186 Silver and gold that yeven is. 1184
RomA 1197 Largesse, that worthy was and wys, 1196
RomA 1200 And that was he that bar the ensaigne 1198
RomA 1200 And that was he that bar the ensaigne 1198
RomA 1203 That men of hym seye faire thynges 1202
RomA 1222 But that that hir longed to; 1220
RomA 1222 But that that hir longed to; 1220
RomA 1229 That she dide over-gret outrage, 1228
RomA 1233 That not of hempene heerdis was 1232
RomA 1237 That it nas in his right assise. 1236
RomA 1244 Bitokeneth that full debonaire 1242
RomA 1245 And swete was she that it ber. 1244
RomA 1251 And next that daunced Curtesye, 1250
RomA 1252 That preised was of lowe and hye, 1250
RomA 1268 That worthy was and wel spekyng, 1266
RomA 1274 That alwey was me faste by. 1272
RomA 1277 For (as I seide) loo, that was she 1276
RomA 1278 That dide to me so gret bounte 1276
RomA 1279 That she the gate of the gardyn 1278
RomA 1283 That nas not yit twelve yeer of age, 1282
RomA 1291 In sich a gise that he hir kyste 1290
RomA 1292 At alle tymes that hym lyste, 1290
RomA 1293 That all the daunce myght it see. 1292
RomA 1304 And also other that with hem were, 1302
RomA 1305 That weren alle of her meyne; 1304
RomA 1310 Of hem that ladden thus these daunces, 1308
RomA 1312 The gardyn that so lyked me, 1310
RomA 1316 For many of them that daunced there 1314
RomA 1321 That nolde, his thankes, such lyf lede! 1320
RomA 1323 That whoso myghte so wel fare, 1322
RomA 1327 Oute of that place wente I thoo, 1326
RomA 1328 And in that gardyn gan I goo, 1326
RomA 1332 No lenger wolde he that he kepte 1330
RomA 1333 His bowe of gold, that shoon so bright. 1332
RomA 1339 Now God, that sittith in mageste, 1338
RomA 1341 If so be that he hadde me shette! 1340
RomA 1344 But I, that nothyng wist of this, 1342
RomA 1355 There were, and that wot I full well, 1354
RomA 1357 That is a fruyt full well to lyke, 1356
RomA 1360 That baren notes in her sesoun, 1358
RomA 1362 That swote of savour ben withalle. 1360
RomA 1374 That peches, coynes, and apples beere, 1372
RomA 1378 That for to seen it was solas. 1376
RomA 1380 Was renged clene all that gardyn, 1378
RomA 1382 Of which that nygh no plente heere is. 1380
RomA 1389 That I shulde al encombred be 1388
RomA 1391 These trees were set, that I devyse, 1390
RomA 1399 That sonne myght there non discende, 1398
RomA 1405 That comyn out of her clapers, 1404
RomA 1413 Of stremys smal that by devys 1412
RomA 1428 That th' erthe was of such a grace 1426
RomA 1429 That it of floures hath plente, 1428
RomA 1430 That bothe in somer and wynter be. 1428
RomA 1438 That casten up ful good savour. 1436
RomA 1448 In the estres that men myghte sen. 1446
RomA 1454 Whan that hym nedeth go no ner. 1452
RomA 1461 In al that yard so high was non. 1460
RomA 1464 Under that pyn-tree a welle. 1462
RomA 1467 Letters smal that sayden thus, 1466
RomA 1470 That Love had caught in his danger, 1468
RomA 1473 That nede him must his lyf forgo. 1472
RomA 1474 For a fayr lady that hight Echo 1472
RomA 1477 That on a tyme she him tolde 1476
RomA 1478 That if he her loven nolde, 1476
RomA 1479 That her behoved nedes dye; 1478
RomA 1483 That he nolde graunten hir askyng, 1482
RomA 1488 That she, withoute more respit, 1486
RomA 1491 That proude-hertid Narcisus, 1490
RomA 1492 That was in love so daungerous, 1490
RomA 1495 That never he myght to joye atteyne, 1494
RomA 1496 And that he shulde feele in every veyne 1494
RomA 1498 That ben so vilaynsly forsaken. 1496
RomA 1502 By aventure com to that welle 1500
RomA 1503 To reste hym in that shadowing 1502
RomA 1509 That hadde his breth almost bynomen. 1508
RomA 1510 Whanne he was to that welle comen, 1508
RomA 1511 That shadowid was with braunches grene, 1510
RomA 1516 To drynken of that welle a draughte. 1514
RomA 1525 That Narcisus somtyme hym beer. 1524
RomA 1528 That, shortly all the sothe to telle, 1526
RomA 1530 That atte laste he starf for woo. 1528
RomA 1531 For whanne he saugh that he his wille 1530
RomA 1533 And that he was so faste caught 1532
RomA 1534 That he hym kouth. comfort nought, 1532
RomA 1535 He loste his wit right in that place, 1534
RomA 1538 For the lady that he forsook. 1536
RomA 1540 Ye that ageyns youre love mistakith, 1538
RomA 1543 Whanne that this lettre of which I telle 1542
RomA 1544 Hadde taught me that it was the welle 1542
RomA 1548 That hym bitidde such myschaunce. 1546
RomA 1550 That scatheles, full sykerly, 1548
RomA 1556 And eke the gravell, which that shoon 1554
RomA 1561 That welmeth up with wawis brighte 1558
RomA 1565 That it ne may in wynter dye 1562
RomA 1571 That ye wole holde a gret mervayle 1568
RomA 1574 Cast in that well his bemys brighte, 1572
RomA 1575 And that the heete descendid is, 1572
RomA 1578 Blew, yelow, and red, that fresh and newe is. 1576
RomA 1580 Such strengthe that the place overall, 1578
RomA 1586 Shewith all thing that stondith therby, 1584
RomA 1592 To hym that in the water musith. 1590
RomA 1593 For evere, in which half that he be, 1590
RomA 1599 That it ne is sene, as though it were 1596
RomA 1604 That made hym sithe to ligge upright. 1602
RomA 1605 For whoso loketh in that mirrour, 1602
RomA 1607 That he ne shall there sen somthyng 1604
RomA 1608 That shal hym lede into lovyng. 1606
RomA 1618 That help ne lith there noon, ne red, 1616
RomA 1625 And for the seed that heere was sowen, 1622
RomA 1634 The craft that hir bilongith too. 1632
RomA 1637 That shewide me full openly 1634
RomA 1642 That mirrour hath me now entriked, 1640
RomA 1648 That hath bitrasshed many oon. 1646
RomA 1652 That with an hegge aboute enclos is. 1650
RomA 1654 That for Parys ne for Pavie 1652
RomA 1658 That caught hath many a man and shent, 1656
RomA 1667 To pulle a rose of all that route 1664
RomA 1672 The lord that thilke gardyn wroughte. 1670
RomA 1678 That drowe nygh to her sesoun 1676
RomA 1692 So fair that of the remenaunt noon 1690
RomA 1699 That Kynde hath sett, thorough his knowyng, 1696
RomA 1703 That it ne bowide upon no side. 1700
RomA 1705 That it dide all the place aboute 1702
RomB 1716 That all day set hadde his talent 1714
RomB 1719 And whanne he saw hou that I 1716
RomB 1722 Than ony other that I say, 1720
RomB 1726 The stronge bowe that was so tough, 1724
RomB 1728 That thorough myn ye unto myn herte 1726
RomB 1731 That under clothes warme and softe 1728
RomB 1732 Sithen that day I have chevered ofte. 1730
RomB 1741 But certes, the arowe that in me stod 1738
RomB 1752 That I it myghte nought arace; 1750
RomB 1756 For the perill that I saw double: 1754
RomB 1775 And whanne that Love gan nygh me nere, 1772
RomB 1778 So that this arowe anoon-right 1776
RomB 1787 And evermo that me was woo, 1784
RomB 1789 Unto the roser, where that grew 1786
RomB 1812 That by no craft I myght it flit. 1810
RomB 1815 That somonede me alway to goo 1812
RomB 1816 Toward the Rose that plesede me soo, 1814
RomB 1822 Though that I sigh yit arwis reyne, 1820
RomB 1824 Ne for no payne that I myght feell, 1822
RomB 1837 That I ne myghte gete grace 1834
RomB 1842 That closide the roses in compas. 1840
RomB 1847 And that right gretly liked me, 1844
RomB 1848 That I so neer myghte it se. 1846
RomB 1850 That I forgat my malady. 1848
RomB 1853 And of my woundes that I hadde thore; 1850
RomB 1867 That I agayn fell in swonyng 1864
RomB 1869 Soore I compleyned that my sore 1866
RomB 1874 Wheder that Love wolde me dryf. 1872
RomB 1882 That ony lover hym repente 1880
RomB 1884 For ony perill that may bifalle. 1882
RomB 1886 As ony rasour that is founde, 1884
RomB 1891 Upon the woundes that he had 1888
RomB 1894 And that they may the bet endure. 1890
RomB 1897 That in full gret peyne I abod. 1894
RomB 1910 That never wole be take away. 1906
RomB 1913 That al day I chaunged hewe 1910
RomB 1918 That men in everich myghte se 1914
RomB 1936 That with daunger or stoutnesse 1932
RomB 1937 Rebellith there that he shulde plese; 1934
RomB 1942 For I wol that it be soo. 1938
RomB 1948 For God defende that I shulde make 1944
RomB 1958 Hopyng in herte that sumtyme ye 1954
RomB 1978 Mercy of that I abide. " 1974
RomB 1979 And with that covenaunt yelde I me 1976
RomB 1984 Sen that thyn aunswar doth me ease, 1980
RomB 1987 That thou art gentyll by thi speche. 1984
RomB 1995 And eke encresen that I may. 1992
RomB 1996 But first I wole that thou obay 1992
RomB 2003 That they shull never neigh it nere. 2000
RomB 2006 He muste ben that shal me kysse, 2002
RomB 2008 That shal atteyne to that emprise. 2004
RomB 2008 That shal atteyne to that emprise. 2004
RomB 2010 That peyne and gret adversite 2006
RomB 2012 That shal me serve, withouten faile. 2008
RomB 2022 That whoever ententyf be 2018
RomB 2024 And also that he hym observe 2020
RomB 2056 That thou away ne shalt not wynde 2052
RomB 2058 Or don that is not avenaunt. 2054
RomB 2059 That thou were fals it were gret reuthe, 2056
RomB 2067 That ye have me susprised so, 2064
RomB 2069 That it wole do for me nothing, 2066
RomB 2078 That it is werreid in many wise; 2074
RomB 2085 That hath the herte in his tresor; 2082
RomB 2094 That no wight may carie aweye. 2090
RomB 2098 That he myn herte sodeynly 2094
RomB 2100 That yit right nought it hath me dered. 2096
RomB 2110 That for to serven doth his payne 2106
RomB 2111 Unto that lord, which in no wise 2108
RomB 2122 That hurtith now, it shal be lesse. 2118
RomB 2131 Wher that thou servest with good wille 2128
RomB 2144 That I trespasse in no manere. " 2140
RomB 2150 Whanne that the disciple wol not here; 2146
RomB 2152 That on his lernyng wol not thinke. 2148
RomB 2156 If ony be that can it say, 2152
RomB 2161 For a reder that poyntith ille 2158
RomB 2167 If that ye wol so long abide, 2164
RomB 2171 The sothfastnesse that now is hid, 2168
RomB 2180 All hem that loven vilany, 2176
RomB 2186 Hem that ben vilayns of emprise. 2182
RomB 2188 That this is not myn entendement, 2184
RomB 2196 That he is gentil by cause he doth 2192
RomB 2202 Or of what kynrede that he bee. 2198
RomB 2204 Thyng that is to holden stille; 2200
RomB 2207 That was somtyme, for mysseiyng, 2204
RomB 2217 Loke that thou have in custome ay 2214
RomB 2219 And if it fall that of hem som 2216
RomB 2228 Curteys, that foule wordis seith. 2224
RomB 2231 And if that ony myssaiere 2228
RomB 2232 Dispise wymmen, that thou maist here, 2228
RomB 2236 And to do thyng that may hem ese, 2232
RomB 2237 That they ever speke good of thee, 2234
RomB 2241 That pride is bothe foly and synne, 2238
RomB 2242 And he that pride hath hym withynne 2238
RomB 2247 And he that loveth, trewely, 2244
RomB 2259 And loke alwey that they be shape -- 2256
RomB 2260 What garnement that thou shalt make -- 2256
RomB 2261 Of hym that kan best do, 2258
RomB 2262 With all that perteyneth therto. 2258
RomB 2267 And that they sitte so fetisly 2264
RomB 2268 That these rude may uttirly 2264
RomB 2269 Merveyle, sith that they sitte so pleyn, 2266
RomB 2286 For that of love is not th' emprise; 2282
RomB 2288 A beaute that cometh not of kynde. 2284
RomB 2293 That yvell is full of curtesie 2290
RomB 2294 That laughith in his maladie; 2290
RomB 2306 That men in gre wole gladly take, 2302
RomB 2309 Do thing that hem sittyng is, 2306
RomB 2311 Whereof that thou be vertuous, 2308
RomB 2313 For if that thou good ridere be, 2310
RomB 2314 Prike gladly, that men may se. 2310
RomB 2326 Songes and complayntes that thou make, 2322
RomB 2327 For that wole meven in hir herte, 2324
RomB 2329 Loke that no man for scarce thee holde, 2326
RomB 2330 For that may greve thee many folde. 2326
RomB 2331 Resoun wole that a lover be 2328
RomB 2333 Than cherles that ben not of lovyng. 2330
RomB 2337 For he that thorough a sodeyn sight, 2334
RomB 2344 Of that I have seid in verce 2340
RomB 2347 That thou the better mayst on hem thynke, 2344
RomB 2356 That evere, withoute repentaunce, 2352
RomB 2360 That shall folowe aftir, whan ye mete. 2356
RomB 2363 That in oo place thou sette, all hool, 2360
RomB 2367 To many his herte that wole depart, 2364
RomB 2370 That in oo place settith his thought. 2366
RomB 2383 For men that yift holde more dere 2380
RomB 2384 That yeven [is. with gladsom chere. 2380
RomB 2385 That yift nought to preisen is 2382
RomB 2386 That man yeveth maugre his. 2382
RomB 2394 That noon perceyve thi maladie. 2390
RomB 2405 That thou thyself al holly 2402
RomB 2407 That many tymes thou shalt be 2404
RomB 2417 That have the yvel of love assayd 2414
RomB 2420 That thy love is to fer the fro. 2416
RomB 2422 That I ne may my lady se? 2418
RomB 2433 That myn herte desyreth so. 2430
RomB 2450 That no ycchyng prikketh soo. 2446
RomB 2452 Of hem that bien love so dere. 2448
RomB 2454 That ofte thou wolt goon and assay 2450
RomB 2457 So that, bi grace, if thou myght 2454
RomB 2460 But with that sight thyne eyen fede. 2456
RomB 2461 That faire fresh whanne thou maist see, 2458
RomB 2463 That nevere thou woldest, thi thankis, lete, 2460
RomB 2464 Ne remove for to see that swete. 2460
RomB 2466 The more thou coveytest of that swetnesse; 2462
RomB 2473 Thou, or whooso that it bee, 2470
RomB 2487 That thou ne haddest noon hardement 2484
RomB 2491 That thou, so dul in every thing, 2488
RomB 2494 That thou were hir so faste bye, 2490
RomB 2516 Thou gost not, lest that men take hede. 2512
RomB 2519 Thou be well war that men ne wit. 2516
RomB 2521 To go that weye, or faste by; 2518
RomB 2524 That thou thi love there maist see, 2520
RomB 2532 That thou resoun durst bigynne, 2528
RomB 2546 That thou to seye hast left bihynde, 2542
RomB 2550 And the batell that lastith ay. 2546
RomB 2552 But if that she thi pees will make. 2548
RomB 2569 That thee shal se[me] somtyme that nyght 2566
RomB 2569 That thee shal se[me] somtyme that nyght 2566
RomB 2570 That thou hast hir that is so bright 2566
RomB 2570 That thou hast hir that is so bright 2566
RomB 2576 While thou so slombrest in that thought 2572
RomB 2577 That is so swete and delitable, 2574
RomB 2590 It sleth me, that it lastith noght. 2586
RomB 2592 The joye, I trowe, that I langoure? 2588
RomB 2614 All is but folye that I do, 2610
RomB 2619 That it were better of hir alloone, 2616
RomB 2625 That evere she shall my lady be? 2622
RomB 2626 He is full cured that may hir see. 2622
RomB 2630 Whanne that my love is not me by. 2626
RomB 2634 And that the nyght were went away; 2630
RomB 2644 Thou shalt mowe lerne in that siknesse, 2640
RomB 2652 Thider she dwellith that is so swet, 2648
RomB 2668 That she may wite, without wene, 2664
RomB 2669 That thou [a-]nyght no rest hast had, 2666
RomB 2672 Of hem that sorwen for her sake. 2668
RomB 2673 And loke, for love of that relyk, 2670
RomB 2674 That thou thenke noon other lyk, 2670
RomB 2677 And holde that in full gret deynte. 2674
RomB 2678 And for that no man shal thee see 2674
RomB 2688 That thou must nedis assayed be. 2684
RomB 2689 For men that shape hem other wey 2686
RomB 2696 That is to seye, that thou be large 2692
RomB 2696 That is to seye, that thou be large 2692
RomB 2697 Unto the mayde that hir doth serve, 2694
RomB 2701 That she thee worthy holde and free, 2698
RomB 2702 Thi lady, and all that may thee see. 2698
RomB 2711 And if such cause thou have that thee 2708
RomB 2716 That hath thin herte in hir kepyng. 2712
RomB 2720 The meede that thou aftir crave. " 2716
RomB 2723 That lovers may in such manere 2720
RomB 2739 The thyng that he hath bought most dere. 2736
RomB 2741 In thank that thyng is taken more, 2738
RomB 2747 The dropes that of the water be. 2744
RomB 2750 Of hem that with love dwelle 2746
RomB 2754 Nere that hope couth. hem make 2750
RomB 2761 Which maketh wene that he shall be 2758
RomB 2769 Good hope, how sore that they smerte, 2766
RomB 2773 To suffre ech harm that men devise, 2770
RomB 2774 For joye that aftirward shall aryse. 2770
RomB 2777 For hope is all that love may yive; 2774
RomB 2784 For ony perill that may betyde; 2780
RomB 2789 Three other thingis that gret solas 2786
RomB 2790 Doth to hem that be in my las. 2786
RomB 2791 The firste good that may be founde 2788
RomB 2792 To hem that in my las be bounde 2788
RomB 2803 That Hope hath hight hym for to wynne. 2800
RomB 2811 Hir mouth, that is so gracious, 2808
RomB 2820 That to thee made thi lady dere. 2816
RomB 2821 This comfort wole I that thou take; 2818
RomB 2826 That hath to many oon be leche, 2822
RomB 2830 That have loved paramour, 2826
RomB 2839 That clerkis writen that hir knewe, 2836
RomB 2839 That clerkis writen that hir knewe, 2836
RomB 2843 In which she seyde, `Whanne that I here 2840
RomB 2844 Speken of hym that is so dere, 2840
RomB 2851 She wist full well that Swete-Spekyng 2848
RomB 2856 Therfore I rede thee that thou gett 2852
RomB 2857 A felowe that can well concele, 2854
RomB 2863 Yee shall speke of that goodly thyng 2860
RomB 2864 That hath thyn herte in hir kepyng, 2860
RomB 2869 Do ony thyng that may hir plese; 2866
RomB 2871 That he may wite thou trust hym soo, 2868
RomB 2890 For that wole comforte thee right well, 2886
RomB 2894 That yeveth to lovers most disport, 2890
RomB 2896 That clepid is Swete-Lokyng, 2892
RomB 2907 With that relike precious, 2904
RomB 2921 Tidyngis sende that [he] hath sen, 2918
RomB 2924 That a gret party of his woo 2920
RomB 2929 Devoided clene, whanne that the sight 2926
RomB 2930 Biholden may that freshe wight 2926
RomB 2931 That the herte desireth soo, 2928
RomB 2932 That al his derknesse is agoo. 2928
RomB 2934 Whanne the eyen sen that may hem plese. 2930
RomB 2936 Of that thou were in drede and doute; 2932
RomB 2939 And alle lovers that wole be 2936
RomB 2949 With more guerdoun, if that thou lyve; 2946
RomB 2965 That myght me ease or comfort gete, 2962
RomB 2976 That I wolde of entencioun 2972
RomB 2977 Have stole the roses that there were; 2974
RomB 2988 And seide: " Sir, how that yee may 2984
RomB 3002 That ye so goodly profer me. 2998
RomB 3004 That ye me profer youre servise. " 3000
RomB 3017 To kepe the roses of that roser, 3014
RomB 3021 To spie and take whom that he fond 3018
RomB 3022 Unto that roser putte an hond. 3018
RomB 3026 That oon was clepid, by his name, 3022
RomB 3031 Ther was a womman eke that hight 3028
RomB 3032 Shame, that, who can reken right, 3028
RomB 3039 I mene this that Trespas highte; 3036
RomB 3041 Shame, of that I spak aforn. 3038
RomB 3042 And whanne that Shame was thus born, 3038
RomB 3043 It was ordeyned that Chastite 3040
RomB 3047 That she ne wiste what to doo. 3044
RomB 3049 That nyght and day from hir she stal 3046
RomB 3053 That she hir doughter wolde hir lene, 3050
RomB 3056 Is fully assented that it be, 3052
RomB 3058 That Shame, by cause she [is. honest, 3054
RomB 3061 That noon shulde hardy be ne bold, 3058
RomB 3064 Botouns ne roses that there were. 3060
RomB 3067 For Bialacoil, that was so fair, 3064
RomB 3070 And, me to plese, bad that I 3066
RomB 3077 A leef all grene, and yaff me that, 3074
RomB 3079 I made [me] of that leef full queynt, 3076
RomB 3085 Of Love, that tok and wounded me, 3082
RomB 3092 That I ne wot what I shall say; 3088
RomB 3094 Lever me were that knyves kerve 3090
RomB 3097 That ye wratthed shulde ben with me. " 3094
RomB 3099 " I nyl be wroth, if that I may, 3096
RomB 3100 For nought that thou shalt to me say. " 3096
RomB 3106 Supposeth not, sir, that I lye. 3102
RomB 3112 And tresour that I moost desire. " 3108
RomB 3115 That ye desire, it may not arise. 3112
RomB 3127 I nolde not that it pulled were 3124
RomB 3128 Fro the roser that it bere, 3124
RomB 3130 With that sterte oute anoon Daunger, 3126
RomB 3141 Hym that so nygh [is. the roser? 3136
RomB 3156 That comest so slyghly for t' espye; 3152
RomB 3172 How that my body utterly 3168
RomB 3175 That I ne durst the hayes passe. 3170
RomB 3187 Whanne I thought on the Rose, that soo 3182
RomB 3189 A long while stod I in that stat, 3184
RomB 3190 Til that me saugh so mad and mat 3186
RomB 3193 Resoun men clepe that lady, 3188
RomB 3200 As ony candell that brenneth bright; 3196
RomB 3210 God hymsilf, that is so high, 3206
RomB 3213 That she hath myght and seignorie 3208
RomB 3223 That made thyn herte mery to be. 3218
RomB 3236 Do so that it recovered be, 3232
RomB 3238 Counsel, that greveth aftir sore. 3234
RomB 3239 He is wis that wol hymsilf chastise. 3234
RomB 3246 That hath thee in sich peyne set, 3242
RomB 3250 For Daunger, that is so feloun, 3246
RomB 3256 As she that may be no musard. 3252
RomB 3258 That suffrith no man thider goo; 3254
RomB 3260 Where that he cometh, overall, 3256
RomB 3262 Seye thyng that nevere was don ne wrought; 3258
RomB 3269 This is the yvell that love they call, 3264
RomB 3286 That atte laste foule fayle. 3282
RomB 3296 That makith thee recche not of thi lyve. 3292
RomB 3301 If that thou maist, to gete thee defence 3296
RomB 3304 Shal fynde among that shal hym greve. " 3300
RomB 3312 That me assailith with bowe bent, 3308
RomB 3315 That ye counseyle may nevere be, 3310
RomB 3318 That it is nothyng at my wil. 3314
RomB 3320 That he it sparrede with a keye. 3316
RomB 3322 For ye may well, if that ye wille, 3318
RomB 3325 All that ye seyn is but in veyne. 3320
RomB 3331 Who that me chastisith, I hym hate. " 3326
RomB 3332 With that word Resoun wente hir gate, 3328
RomB 3342 For that shulde moche availe me. 3338
RomB 3343 With that bithought I me that I 3338
RomB 3343 With that bithought I me that I 3338
RomB 3363 Whanne that he saw how I wente 3358
RomB 3375 A feloun first though that he be, 3370
RomB 3386 That thou shalt nevermore hym displese. 3382
RomB 3390 That he me esid hath somdell, 3386
RomB 3406 That greveth me full gretly 3402
RomB 3407 That evere my lyf I wratthed you; 3402
RomB 3412 That I have trespassed hidirto, 3408
RomB 3418 Than do that you shulde displese. 3414
RomB 3419 " I you require and pray that ye 3414
RomB 3421 To stynte your ire that greveth soo, 3416
RomB 3422 That I wol swere for ever mo 3418
RomB 3425 Save that I pray thee graunte me 3420
RomB 3426 A thyng that may not warned be, 3422
RomB 3427 That I may love, all oonly; 3422
RomB 3432 For wel wot ye that love is free, 3428
RomB 3433 And I shall loven, sithen that I will, 3428
RomB 3447 Love where that the list -- what recchith me, 3442
RomB 3465 Hym that aforn he hadde in drede, 3460
RomB 3475 And Daunger tok kep if that I 3470
RomB 3479 For, lest that I were of hym shent, 3474
RomB 3491 That Love me ladde in sich a wise 3486
RomB 3492 That in me ther was no feyntise, 3488
RomB 3506 For well they saugh that it was nede. 3502
RomB 3514 That he hath trespassed ageyn you, 3510
RomB 3515 Save that he loveth, wherfore ye shulde 3510
RomB 3522 That he have power to repente, 3518
RomB 3523 For though that quyk ye wolde hym sloo, 3518
RomB 3538 Than hym that is bothe proud and stout. 3534
RomB 3539 Curtesie wol that ye socoure 3534
RomB 3540 Hem that ben meke undir youre cure. 3536
RomB 3541 His herte is hard that wole not meke, 3536
RomB 3543 " That is certeyn, " seide Pite; 3538
RomB 3544 " We se ofte that humilite 3540
RomB 3553 Nor that ye worchen no more woo 3548
RomB 3554 Upon this caytif, that langwisshith soo, 3550
RomB 3559 That he youre thrall so gretly is, 3554
RomB 3562 Sith that ye refte hym th' aqueyntaunce 3558
RomB 3576 That mercyful to hym ye be; 3572
RomB 3577 And sith that she and I accorde, 3572
RomB 3582 That for us twoo wole do right nought. " 3578
RomB 3586 " Denye that ye have asked heer; 3582
RomB 3597 That ye not wolde upon him se, 3592
RomB 3601 Fulfyl his wyl, sith that ye knowe 3596
RomB 3607 Sithe Daunger wol that it so be. " 3602
RomB 3619 That Daunger hadde me chased fro. 3614
RomB 3632 I saw that through the leves gren 3628
RomB 3636 That men within myght knowe the sed; 3632
RomB 3647 For ever the fayrer that it was, 3642
RomB 3651 Whan that I saw him in no wyse 3646
RomB 3653 That he me wolde graunt a thyng, 3648
RomB 3655 This is to sayn, that of his grace 3650
RomB 3657 To me that was so desyrous, 3652
RomB 3660 That so swetely smelleth in my nose. 3656
RomB 3694 Thought that I abood right longe 3690
RomB 3697 Till that, rewyng on my distresse, 3692
RomB 3704 That helpith lovers many oon. 3700
RomB 3720 For that I nyll not longe abide. 3716
RomB 3721 But knowith wel that certeynly 3716
RomB 3731 Sith well ye wote how that he 3726
RomB 3741 That I nolde holde hir ungoodly 3736
RomB 3750 To graunte that a kis have he. 3746
RomB 3751 The lasse to helpe hym that ye haste, 3746
RomB 3754 That Venus brought in hir right hond, 3750
RomB 3769 That I [ne] mote glad and joly be, 3764
RomB 3770 Whanne that I remembre me. 3766
RomB 3774 That with a litel wynde it nille 3770
RomB 3779 Right so farith Love, that selde in oon 3774
RomB 3792 That God of Love wan with his strengthe. 3788
RomB 3795 So that it lykyng to hir be, 3790
RomB 3796 That is the flour of beaute, 3792
RomB 3798 That I for hir love shal endite. 3794
RomB 3799 Wikkid-Tunge, that the covyne 3794
RomB 3815 For whanne that he me gan espie, 3810
RomB 3820 That he awakide Jelousy, 3816
RomB 3822 Whanne that he herde janglyng, 3818
RomB 3824 To Bialacoil, there that he stod, 3820
RomB 3855 For feere han hid, nere that he 3850
RomB 3871 Wikkid-Tunge, that false espie, 3866
RomB 3876 It is to long that he hym knew. 3872
RomB 3882 That the loigne it is so long, 3878
RomB 3886 That he hath nothyng with to doo. 3882
RomB 3888 That Bialacoil hadde ever in thought 3884
RomB 3897 For ye witen how that he 3892
RomB 3903 That I have been so recheles 3898
RomB 3912 That almoost blered is myn ye; 3908
RomB 3913 No wonder is, if that drede have I. 3908
RomB 3932 Disceyve, that men tristen most. 3928
RomB 3933 I see wel that I am nygh shent, 3928
RomB 3937 Fro hem that wole the Rose espie, 3932
RomB 3948 That he shal have no myght to goo 3944
RomB 3950 To hem that thenke of vylanye; 3946
RomB 3958 And with that word came Drede avaunt, 3954
RomB 3962 That not a word durste he say, 3958
RomB 3965 Save Shame, that him not forsok. 3960
RomB 3967 That atte laste Drede abreyde, 3962
RomB 3971 That the noyse so fer is go, 3966
RomB 3973 But sithe that it is byfalle, 3968
RomB 3985 That [he] hath not aright wrought, 3980
RomB 3986 Whanne that [he] sette nought his thought 3982
RomB 3990 That hath suffred now so long 3986
RomB 4019 Though that thou slepe, we may here 4014
RomB 4030 A cherl chaungeth that curteis is. 4026
RomB 4032 That man [ne] may, for no dauntyng, 4028
RomB 4035 That debonair have founden thee; 4030
RomB 4044 That thou ne wolt bisy be 4040
RomB 4045 To kepe that thou hast to kepe: 4040
RomB 4053 And swereth shortly that he shall 4048
RomB 4056 For that thee faileth straungenesse. 4052
RomB 4061 With that the cherl his clubbe gan shake, 4056
RomB 4065 Whanne that [he] herd hym blamed soo. 4060
RomB 4074 That I let ony entre heere. 4070
RomB 4096 Wherethurgh that me mot forth-by pace, 4092
RomB 4098 That no man myghte touche a rose 4094
RomB 4106 Recovere that I moost desire. 4102
RomB 4119 And now I woot that I mot goo 4114
RomB 4127 That onys I touche may and kisse, 4122
RomB 4135 That half my peyne I can not telle. 4130
RomB 4140 That I toforn have felt swetnesse. 4136
RomB 4145 Now it is tyme, shortly, that I 4140
RomB 4147 That was in gret suspecioun. 4142
RomB 4149 That stoon coude leye, ne querrour; 4144
RomB 4170 That there her force wolde preve. 4166
RomB 4187 So that bitwixt that and the tour 4182
RomB 4187 So that bitwixt that and the tour 4182
RomB 4189 With many roses that thei bere; 4184
RomB 4212 That other gate kepte Shame, 4208
RomB 4220 That openyde upon the lyft hond; 4216
RomB 4225 Of every thing that she may see 4220
RomB 4235 As he that causeth all the bate, 4230
RomB 4254 That he fond no womman trewe, 4250
RomB 4255 Ne that he saugh never in his lyf 4250
RomB 4258 That she nyl laughe and mery be 4254
RomB 4259 Whanne that she hereth, or may espie, 4254
RomB 4272 That waketh bothe eve and morwe, 4268
RomB 4275 That he ever so bisy is 4270
RomB 4278 That hath maad a tour so round, 4274
RomB 4296 That evere he lyveth in woo and drede. 4292
RomB 4303 And shette hym up that was so fre, 4298
RomB 4307 He dradde not that no glotouns 4302
RomB 4313 Whether that he slepe or wake, 4308
RomB 4321 The good that of his love hadde I. 4316
RomB 4327 For the solas that I have lorn, 4322
RomB 4330 To hym that cast in erthe his seed, 4326
RomB 4336 May falle a weder that shal it dere, 4332
RomB 4339 That to the tylyer is fordon 4334
RomB 4340 The hope that he hadde to soon. 4336
RomB 4341 I drede, certeyn, that so fare I; 4336
RomB 4351 That al at oonys he reved me, 4346
RomB 4354 That chaungeth ofte, and nyl contune, 4350
RomB 4361 She can areise that doth morne, 4356
RomB 4364 A fool is he that wole hir trust; 4360
RomB 4365 For it is I that am come down 4360
RomB 4372 That but yon wal, which hym doth close, 4368
RomB 4373 Opene that I may hym see, 4368
RomB 4374 Love nyl not that I cured be 4370
RomB 4375 Of the peynes that I endure, 4370
RomB 4380 And suffre not that it daunted be; 4376
RomB 4390 For no manace that it may drye. 4386
RomB 4400 That thou enprisoned art for me; 4396
RomB 4401 But that [is. not for my trespas, 4396
RomB 4403 Yit thyng that oughte be secree. 4398
RomB 4408 That for the sorwe almost I synke. 4404
RomB 4415 And traitours, that arn envyous, 4410
RomB 4418 That they hem shape to disceyve thee, 4414
RomB 4427 And if that thou foryete me, 4422
RomB 4439 Seide that Hope, whereso I goo, 4434
RomB 4449 A, that is a full noyous thyng! 4444
RomB 4458 That aftirward ther shal in deede 4454
RomB 4462 That many have bigyled been 4458
RomB 4463 For trust that they have set in Hope, 4458
RomB 4466 That he, that wole hym with hir holde, 4462
RomB 4466 That he, that wole hym with hir holde, 4462
RomB 4469 That she desireth sikirly. 4464
RomB 4473 That helpith litel that she may doo, 4468
RomB 4473 That helpith litel that she may doo, 4468
RomB 4491 That it wole my bane bee 4486
RomB 4498 That noon of him may have a sight. 4494
RomB 4500 Full soth it is that Love yaf me 4496
RomB 4508 That now is lorn, without lesyng. 4504
RomB 4517 He may not out, and that is wrong, 4512
RomB 4528 To entre into that faire verger. 4524
RomB 4538 That now me greveth wondir ill. 4534
RomB 4541 That love asyde I had [nat] leyd, 4536
RomB 4542 And trowed that Dame Resoun seid. 4538
RomB 4545 To medle of love that hath me shent; 4540
RomB 4556 So mych that may not yolden be, 4552
RomB 4565 For certis, it were wrong that I 4560
RomB 4572 To geten mercy of that swete. 4568
RomB 4580 But sone, I trowe, that shall not be. " 4576
RomB 4584 If that I thenke his thank to fel. 4580
RomB 4607 That I mot deyen for penaunce. 4602
RomB 4611 As lovers doon that feelen smert: 4606
RomB 4618 That couth. unto myn helpyng eche, 4614
RomB 4625 That was posshed in every side, 4620
RomB 4626 That I nyst where I myght abide, 4622
RomB 4634 That the hath [greved] in sich wise? 4630
RomB 4640 That maketh thee thrall for thi reward, 4636
RomB 191-ap 4661 L'amaunt " Of that he seide I shulde be 4656
RomB 4665 Save that he yaf me rewles there, 4660
RomB 4669 But I wille that thou knowe hym now, 4664
RomB 4670 Gynnyng and eende, sith that thou 4666
RomB 4679 Of the prisoun that marreth thee. " 4674
RomB 4688 A thyng that is not demonstrable. 4684
RomB 4691 The thyng that may not knowen be, 4686
RomB 4697 But unto hym that love wole flee, 4692
RomB 4715 It is discordaunce that can accorde, 4710
RomB 4731 Sin that pardoun hath withynne, 4726
RomB 4735 Also pley that selde is stable, 4730
RomB 4742 Reste that traveyleth nyght and day; 4738
RomB 4764 That he with love [ne] may daunted be. 4760
RomB 4769 That wrongly werke ageyn nature. 4764
RomB 4773 For I ne preise that lovyng 4768
RomB 4789 That from youre scole so devyaunt 4784
RomB 4790 I am, that never the more avaunt 4786
RomB 4795 Is every thing that ye me ler, 4790
RomB 4800 That all by herte I can it rendre, 4796
RomB 4806 That I may thenke on it the better; 4802
RomB 4813 So frely byndith that they nyll twynne, 4808
RomB 4841 That lasse harm is, so mote I the, 4836
RomB 4848 For ony lust that he may fele, 4844
RomB 4863 To use that werk on such a wise 4858
RomB 4864 That oon may thurgh another rise. 4858
RomB 4867 And of that deede be not erk, 4862
RomB 4868 But ofte sithes haunt that werk. 4862
RomB 4885 Where that more he preyseth eelde, 4880
RomB 4907 That Nature in hym hadde set, 4902
RomB 4920 That never may recured be, 4914
RomB 4921 But if that God hym graunte grace 4916
RomB 4922 That he may, er he hennes pace, 4916
RomB 4930 That may not eende withouten peyn. 4924
RomB 4936 That to don yvell is customere, 4930
RomB 4943 Demande of hem that now arn olde, 4938
RomB 4944 That whilom Youthe hadde in holde, 4938
RomB 4948 But now that Eelde hath hem thourgh-sought, 4942
RomB 4950 That Youthe hem putte in jupardye, 4944
RomB 4970 Which that they wrought in sondry wise, 4964
RomB 4978 That men so preisen in her wit? 4972
RomB 4988 Hir servise, while that she may lyve. 4982
RomB 4996 That never out of hir court goo. 4990
RomB 4998 And Malencoly, that angry sire, 4992
RomB 5004 That Deth stondeth armed at hir gate. 4998
RomB 5008 That Youthe hath hir bigiled so, 5002
RomB 5010 She wepeth the tyme that she hath wasted, 5004
RomB 5012 And the present that not abit, 5006
RomB 5014 That, but aforn hir she may see 5008
RomB 5020 To wynne the joy that is eterne, 5014
RomB 5026 That ther nys compte ne mesure. 5020
RomB 5027 But hou that evere the game go, 5022
RomB 5036 That desire and wolde fayn 5030
RomB 5044 In whom that Shame hath no justice. 5038
RomB 5046 That haunte this werk, bothe high and lawe, 5040
RomB 5047 Save sich that arn worth right nought, 5042
RomB 5048 That for money wole be bought. 5042
RomB 5052 That yeveth hirsilf for ony good. 5046
RomB 5054 Of hir, that wole hir body selle, 5048
RomB 5056 That quyk wole selle hir, bi hir lif. 5050
RomB 5057 Hou faire chere that evere she make, 5052
RomB 5059 That loveth such on, for swete or sour, 5054
RomB 5066 That wole dispoile hym of his good. 5060
RomB 5068 That she, for solas and for pley, 5062
RomB 5071 But that she aske it in no wise, 5066
RomB 5077 Trowe not that I wolde hem twynne, 5072
RomB 5079 I wol that they togedre go, 5074
RomB 5080 And don al that they han ado, 5074
RomB 5084 So that alwey, in honeste, 5078
RomB 5086 That brenneth hertis with his fer; 5080
RomB 5087 And that her love, in ony wise, 5082
RomB 5096 With thee, that sette all thyn entent 5090
RomB 5100 That thou desirest noon other good. 5094
RomB 5114 Ben hertis that of love arn dronken, 5108
RomB 5126 Fro Love, that hath thee so faste 5120
RomB 5137 That was so ymped in my thought, 5132
RomB 5138 That hir doctrine I sette at nought. 5132
RomB 5140 That I ne undirstod it wel, 5134
RomB 5147 So that no devocioun 5142
RomB 5152 That in that other she dide lere. 5146
RomB 5152 That in that other she dide lere. 5146
RomB 5158 That I not love, but that I hate 5152
RomB 5158 That I not love, but that I hate 5152
RomB 5161 Sith that ye seyn love is not good, 5156
RomB 5166 Hated of all [that] [love] that tecche. 5160
RomB 5174 That prechith me alday that I 5168
RomB 5174 That prechith me alday that I 5168
RomB 5178 Another love, that knowen is naught, 5172
RomB 5186 Whan that thou nothyng wolt allow 5180
RomB 5187 That I for thi profit say. 5182
RomB 5196 I mene not that which makith thee wood, 5190
RomB 5204 That wole not breke for wele ne woo; 5198
RomB 5211 That ther be noon excepcioun 5206
RomB 5213 That ech helpe other at her neede, 5208
RomB 5217 So that the ton dar all his thought 5212
RomB 5221 For glad is that conjunccioun, 5216
RomB 5224 That trewe and parfit weren in love. 5218
RomB 5227 That fortune chaunge hym not, ne blynde, 5222
RomB 5228 But that his freend allwey hym fynde, 5222
RomB 5236 To hert that of gret valour is. 5230
RomB 5239 And man that worthy is of name 5234
RomB 5245 His freend, lest that he warned be, 5240
RomB 5246 Til that he preve his stabilte. 5240
RomB 5247 But whanne that he hath founden oon 5242
RomB 5248 That trusty is and trewe as ston, 5242
RomB 5253 And all that [he] dar thynke or sey, 5248
RomB 5262 Who that bisett his wordis wel; 5256
RomB 5270 In all that he may don in deede, 5264
RomB 5271 And gladder [be] that he hym plesith, 5266
RomB 5272 Than his felowe that he esith. 5266
RomB 5275 As his felow, for that he 5270
RomB 5282 And comfort [him] what that he may; 5276
RomB 5288 Unto his freend, that is honest; 5282
RomB 5300 That his freend ne shamed be. 5294
RomB 5305 This love that I have told to thee 5300
RomB 5307 This wole I that thou folowe wel, 5302
RomB 5312 That is contrarie unto this, 5306
RomB 5314 That [it] is but wille feyned. 5308
RomB 5316 That to good love it is contrarie; 5310
RomB 5322 That, if it lese his hope, perchaunce, 5316
RomB 5323 Of lucre, that he is sett upon, 5318
RomB 5329 For love that profit doth abide 5324
RomB 5332 That litel while wol contune; 5326
RomB 5336 Thurgh erthe, that bitwixe is sett 5330
RomB 5341 That part where she hath lost hir lyght 5336
RomB 5346 That yeveth to hir ageyn hir lemes. 5340
RomB 5347 That love is right of sich nature; 5342
RomB 5354 That into nyght it turneth day, 5348
RomB 5363 And namely tho that sparand ben, 5358
RomB 5364 That wole not wasshe her hertes clen 5358
RomB 5368 That weneth that he loved is. 5362
RomB 5368 That weneth that he loved is. 5362
RomB 5369 If that his herte it undirstod, 5364
RomB 5377 Of every man that may hym see 5372
RomB 5379 But he amende hym of that vice, 5374
RomB 5385 That he not loveth, his dede proveth, 5380
RomB 5387 That he wole hide it ay and spare, 5382
RomB 5399 That he trespasseth, wel I wat, 5394
RomB 5402 That loveth nought, ne is not loved. 5396
RomB 5410 That unto men more profit doth 5404
RomB 5423 In a stat that is not stable, 5418
RomB 5430 That never they wene for to falle. 5424
RomB 5434 That nothyng myght her stat encombre. 5428
RomB 5445 How sore that it do hem smerte, 5440
RomB 5448 For the tyme that they may lyve, 5442
RomB 5449 So that with her flaterie 5444
RomB 5463 For this Fortune that I of telle, 5458
RomB 5479 That she is Fortune verely, 5474
RomB 5495 I mene tho freendis that wole fle 5490
RomB 5503 Whanne that they sawe hym sett on lofte, 5498
RomB 5508 That now apperith her folye, 5502
RomB 5516 That they nyl love for no richesse, 5510
RomB 5517 Nor for that Fortune may hem sende 5512
RomB 5523 But, in cas that I shall sey, 5518
RomB 5532 If that he love in stabilite. 5526
RomB 5534 Among a thousand that fyndith oon. 5528
RomB 5539 Of hym that loveth trew and well. 5534
RomB 5549 Hym that is freend in existence 5544
RomB 5550 From hym that is by apparence. 5544
RomB 5571 That he now hath so clerly seen? 5566
RomB 5576 Sith that it makith hym a wise man, 5570
RomB 5577 The gret myscheef that he receyveth, 5572
RomB 5578 Than doth richesse that hym deceyveth. 5572
RomB 5580 Hym that on tresour set his thought; 5574
RomB 5585 For he that at mycches tweyne 5580
RomB 5588 Than doth he that is chiche, 5582
RomB 5601 But the povre that recchith nought, 5596
RomB 5603 Which that he getith with his travaile, 5598
RomB 5604 He dredith nought that it shall faile, 5598
RomB 5609 Or if in syknesse that he falle, 5604
RomB 5614 That he of mete hath no myster; 5608
RomB 5615 Or that he may with lytel ek 5610
RomB 5616 Be founden, while that he is sek; 5610
RomB 5617 Or that men shull hym beren in hast, 5612
RomB 5621 He thenkith nought that evere he shall 5616
RomB 5624 That all betyme spare shall he 5618
RomB 5627 He doth [it] for that he wole be 5622
RomB 5643 The sonner that deth hym slo, 5638
RomB 5646 Where that he shal noo good misse. 5640
RomB 5650 In a book that `The Golden Verses' 5644
RomB 5658 That trowith have his countre heere. 5652
RomB 5660 That may these clerkis seyn and see 5654
RomB 5666 Whoso that wolde translaten it. 5660
RomB 5667 If he be sich that can wel lyve 5662
RomB 5675 That swynkith, and berith, bothe day and nyght, 5670
RomB 5682 The wynnyng that God hem sendith. 5676
RomB 5690 That can thus have suffisaunce 5684
RomB 5700 That it quyk brenneth [more] to get, 5694
RomB 5707 Of coveitise, that makith hym wood 5702
RomB 5710 That undirtakith to drynke up Seyne; 5704
RomB 5714 That last ever in coveityng, 5708
RomB 5718 That his herte asondre ryveth. 5712
RomB 5720 That whanne he most hath, most he failith. 5714
RomB 5726 That if a man falle in siknesse, 5720
RomB 5733 They wolde that fourty were seke at onys, 5728
RomB 5746 All tho that prechen for to get 5740
RomB 5749 That folk lyve not holily. 5744
RomB 5770 And speke of hem that in her toures 5764
RomB 5785 To kepe that they gadre faste; 5780
RomB 5788 That unto richesse her hertis yive; 5782
RomB 5795 But he shulde yeve that most good had 5790
RomB 5796 To hem that weren in nede bistad, 5790
RomB 5805 We se that no man loveth now, 5800
RomC 5820 That sworen hath ful hauteynly, 5814
RomC 5821 That she the castel nyl not assaile, 5816
RomC 5824 For man that spekith or berith the lyf, 5818
RomC 5835 She seith wel that this other day 5830
RomC 5837 That is clepid To-Moche-Yevyng, 5832
RomC 5842 That he hath geten a peny or two 5836
RomC 5843 That quytly is his owne in hold. 5838
RomC 5848 That Fals-Semblant and Abstinaunce, 5842
RomC 5851 That Wikkid-Tunge hath in kepyng, 5846
RomC 5854 That shull shewe her hardynesse 5848
RomC 5855 To the olde wyf that kepte so harde 5850
RomC 5860 They shull assailen that ilke gate. 5854
RomC 5864 That never wist what was fleyng. 5858
RomC 5870 So that Venus be present, 5864
RomC 5872 That can ynough of such usage. 5866
RomC 5878 That is my lady and my maistresse, 5872
RomC 5882 Whanne that hir lust, in my socour, 5876
RomC 5887 For who that dredith sire ne dame, 5882
RomC 5892 I trowe that nothyng myght hir holde. 5886
RomC 5895 That cost hath many a pound, er this, 5890
RomC 5898 But I com never in that stede, 5892
RomC 5900 That such toures ben take withoute me. 5894
RomC 5901 For-why me thenkith that, in no wise, 5896
RomC 5910 That oon goth from that other al quyt. 5904
RomC 5910 That oon goth from that other al quyt. 5904
RomC 5918 That he wole kepe his hors to ride, 5912
RomC 5924 That he ne shal leese al outerly 5918
RomC 5933 That of his chaffare, maugre his, 5928
RomC 5936 Of what contrey so that he be -- 5930
RomC 5948 That repent of his bargeyn shall, 5942
RomC 5951 That is for me in gret yernyng, 5946
RomC 5955 That hir engendride by his lyf -- 5950
RomC 5959 Now by that feith and that leaute 5954
RomC 5959 Now by that feith and that leaute 5954
RomC 5960 That I owe to all my britheren fre, 5954
RomC 5962 That kan her fadris names neven, 5956
RomC 5964 That with my modir have be prive! 5958
RomC 5968 If that I lye or forsworn be! 5962
RomC 5970 That whoso hym forswereth amys 5964
RomC 5971 Shal that yeer drynke no clarre.) 5966
RomC 5976 She shal abye that trespas ful dere, 5970
RomC 5980 Fro thilke tyme that she may se 5974
RomC 5985 That he shal in a fewe stoundes 5980
RomC 5990 That hym shal neden fetheres mo, 5984
RomC 5995 That they may fede me in delit, 5990
RomC 5999 That so can chase hem and dispise, 5994
RomC 6010 If that I were god of richesse, 6004
RomC 6014 That peyneth hym to serven me, 6008
RomC 6018 That ye reherce, and we wote wel 6012
RomC 6021 That ye on riche men han sworn. 6016
RomC 6024 That is as fooles don outrage; 6018
RomC 6029 If that they fall into her laas, 6024
RomC 6030 That they for woo mowe seyn `allas!' 6024
RomC 6032 That they shal quyte youre oth all free. 6026
RomC 6035 That ye shal holde you paied full wel, 6030
RomC 6040 Bi flateri, that not honest is, 6034
RomC 6043 That, certis, if they trowed be, 6038
RomC 6045 That it nyl as the moeble fare, 6040
RomC 6051 For he seith that ye ben his foo; 6046
RomC 6054 That ye forgyve hym now your ire, 6048
RomC 6055 And that he may dwelle, as your man, 6050
RomC 6063 That thou oure freendis helpe alway, 6058
RomC 6066 And eke oure enemyes that thou greve. 6060
RomC 6069 We wole that thou have such honour. 6064
RomC 6078 If that men had myster of thee; 6072
RomC 6083 That I kepe not rehersed be, 6078
RomC 6084 So that ye wolde respiten me. 6078
RomC 6085 For if that I telle you the sothe, 6080
RomC 6087 If that my felowes wisten it, 6082
RomC 6092 Of trouthe that is ageyne her wille; 6086
RomC 6096 That ought displesith to her heryng. 6090
RomC 6097 For what word that hem prikke or biteth, 6092
RomC 6098 In that word noon of hem deliteth, 6092
RomC 6100 That wolde reprove hem of her gile, 6094
RomC 6105 That they ne shall wite it atte last. 6100
RomC 6108 Whanne that they knowe al my menyng; 6102
RomC 6109 But he that wole it on hym take, 6104
RomC 6111 That he his lyf let covertly 6106
RomC 6113 That me engendred and yaf fostryng. " 6108
RomC 6120 Heryng ech wight that in this place is. 6114
RomC 6121 And what lyf that thou lyvest also. 6116
RomC 6125 Though that thou shuldist for thi soth-sawe 6120
RomC 6129 Thou shalt not be the first that so 6124
RomC 6131 " Sir, sith that it may liken you, 6126
RomC 6132 Though that I shulde be slayn right now, 6126
RomC 6139 That wight that list to have knowing 6134
RomC 6139 That wight that list to have knowing 6134
RomC 6153 In what habit that ever they go. 6148
RomC 6158 That stoute ben and malicious, 6152
RomC 6159 That wolen in an abit goo, 6154
RomC 6169 Than lete a purpos that I take, 6164
RomC 6170 What covenaunt that ever I make. 6164
RomC 6171 I dwelle with hem that proude be, 6166
RomC 6173 That worship of this world coveiten, 6168
RomC 6177 Of men that myghty lyf may leden; 6172
RomC 6183 With wily nettis that they caste. 6178
RomC 6187 That [hath. a foul conclusioun. 6182
RomC 6196 How high that evere his heed he shere, 6190
RomC 6198 That Gile in braunches kut thrittene; 6192
RomC 6200 That he dar sey a word therto. 6194
RomC 6201 " But what herberwe that ever I take, 6196
RomC 6202 Or what semblant that evere I make, 6196
RomC 6203 I mene but gile, and folowe that; 6198
RomC 6211 Bihold the dedis that I do; 6204
RomC 6215 What maner clothing that they were, 6208
RomC 6216 Or what estat that evere they bere, 6210
RomC 6223 And seide, " What, devel, is that I here? 6216
RomC 6227 " Ye, sir; it folowith not that they 6220
RomC 6230 That hem to worldly clothes chese; 6224
RomC 6237 Han deied, that comun cloth ay beeren, 6230
RomC 6241 That men in chirchis herie and seke, 6234
RomC 6243 That baren full many a fair child heere, 6236
RomC 6246 That seyntes weren, and ben alwey. 6240
RomC 6248 That beren in heven hir ciergis clere, 6242
RomC 6256 That makith the religioun flowryng, 6250
RomC 6272 Sith that thy citee is assayled 6266
RomC 6276 That shulde defende it fro withynne, 6270
RomC 6288 That they al maister of it be. 6282
RomC 6303 But if so falle that I be 6296
RomC 6312 That my treget nevere aperceyved; 6306
RomC 6314 That my falsnesse shal nevere aperceyve. 6308
RomC 6319 For Protheus, that cowde hym chaunge 6312
RomC 6341 That hight Dame Abstinence-Streyned, 6334
RomC 6353 But to what ordre that I am sworn, 6346
RomC 6363 That ben in Cristendom alyve. 6356
RomC 6365 That no prelat may lette me, 6358
RomC 6369 That made thilk establisshing. 6362
RomC 6380 That I lede right a joly lyf, 6372
RomC 6388 That may of myche thing discharge. 6380
RomC 6391 That he to whom that I am shryven 6382
RomC 6391 That he to whom that I am shryven 6382
RomC 6394 Which that I fond me gilty ynne; 6386
RomC 6403 That may to shrift eft me constreyne; 6394
RomC 6415 For he, that myght hath in his hond, 6406
RomC 6418 That me mot nedis on thee pleyne, 6410
RomC 6424 (That hight not Frere Wolf untrewe!), 6416
RomC 6441 " Thus may he shryve hym, that forsaketh 6432
RomC 6446 That he his chirche shal forgo. 6438
RomC 6449 Shal sen that prest may never have myght 6440
RomC 6451 Of hym that is undir his cure. 6442
RomC 6453 That biddith every heerde honest 6444
RomC 6455 But pore folk that gone by strete, 6446
RomC 6456 That have no gold, ne sommes grete, 6448
RomC 6465 And if that prelates grucchen it, 6456
RomC 6466 That oughten wroth be in her wit 6458
RomC 6469 That they shal leesen with force, 6460
RomC 6475 That he was wery of his sawe; 6466
RomC 6478 Hou that thou servest untrewly. 6470
RomC 6489 For how that I me pover feyne, 6480
RomC 6494 Though that his soule be also god. 6486
RomC 6502 What shulde he yeve that likketh his knyf? 6494
RomC 6511 And if that wikkid deth hym have, 6502
RomC 6514 Why that I lete the pore be, 6506
RomC 6517 That riche men han more tecches 6508
RomC 6524 Al be it that they hurten bothe. 6516
RomC 6537 His herte on that so fer is set 6528
RomC 6538 That he his creatour foryet; 6530
RomC 6539 And hym that begging wole ay greve, 6530
RomC 6541 Unnethe that he nys a mycher 6532
RomC 6547 That Crist, ne his apostlis dere, 6538
RomC 6548 While that they walkide in erthe heere, 6540
RomC 6559 That, parde, they myght aske a thing 6550
RomC 6573 A myghty man, that can and may, 6564
RomC 6581 That I can reherce, if myster be, 6572
RomC 6586 Thou shalt seen that noon excusynges 6578
RomC 6591 That he ne shal, so mote I go, 6582
RomC 6599 For he that wole gon ydilly, 6590
RomC 6608 Men mote eten, that is no drede, 6600
RomC 6612 While that they werke, her mete to wynne. 6604
RomC 6614 In thilke book that I recorde. 6606
RomC 6615 Justinian eke, that made lawes, 6606
RomC 6624 That taken such almesse so, 6616
RomC 6626 That of the peyne hem wole allege. 6618
RomC 6627 But how that is, can I not see, 6618
RomC 6630 That they may have it rightfully. 6622
RomC 6636 But I trowe that the book seith wel, 6628
RomC 6637 Who that takith almessis that be 6628
RomC 6637 Who that takith almessis that be 6628
RomC 6638 Dewe to folk that men may se 6630
RomC 6641 That konne wynne hem never mo, 6632
RomC 6644 But if he lye, that made al thing. 6636
RomC 6650 If that they myghte, late or rathe; 6642
RomC 6652 That han the world thus foule blent. 6644
RomC 6653 And witeth wel that [ther] God bad 6644
RomC 6654 The good-man selle al that he had, 6646
RomC 6656 He wolde not therfore that he lyve 6648
RomC 6659 But he bad wirken whanne that neede is, 6650
RomC 6661 Seynt Poul, that loved al hooly chirche, 6652
RomC 6663 And wynnen her lyflode in that wise, 6654
RomC 6672 That yeveth his good, for he ne can 6664
RomC 6679 The goode folk, that Poul to preched, 6670
RomC 6686 That al his good to pore hath yiven, 6678
RomC 6692 In houses that han proprete, 6682
RomC 6702 That God in hooly chirche honoureth. 6692
RomC 6710 That hath not wherwith hym to fede, 6700
RomC 6714 That I to yow sothly thus seye. 6704
RomC 6717 That he of no craft hath science, 6708
RomC 6732 And suffren hym also that he 6722
RomC 6734 That he be not for hungur deed. 6724
RomC 6738 But he fynde neithir this ne that, 6728
RomC 6739 Thanne may he begge til that he 6730
RomC 6742 That his labour wole not acquyte 6732
RomC 6754 Thanne may he begge til that he 6744
RomC 6760 If that ther ben mo resonables, 6750
RomC 6779 That my moder, Ypocrysie, 6770
RomC 6784 That he to moche agilte me. 6774
RomC 6790 What? Wened he that I were wood? 6780
RomC 6797 Quod Love, " What devel is this that I heere? 6786
RomC 6799 " What, sir? " " Falsnesse, that apert is. 6788
RomC 6802 In this world, that God wole drede. 6792
RomC 6803 For folk that hem to vertu yiven, 6792
RomC 6808 That lyf may me never plese. 6798
RomC 6817 Full moche of that they spende or kepe. 6806
RomC 6818 Nis non of hem that he nyl strepe 6808
RomC 6822 But I, that were my symple cloth, 6812
RomC 6827 That lyth with me so faste bounde. 6816
RomC 6865 That riche ben and eke plesyng, 6854
RomC 6876 That shrewis ben as gret as I; 6866
RomC 6878 No pryvete that me is told, 6868
RomC 6879 That I by word or signe, ywis, 6868
RomC 6884 That usen folk thus to disceyven, 6874
RomC 6888 That seith, as I shal you sey heere: 6878
RomC 6891 That is the Olde Testament, 6880
RomC 6894 That is to seyn, the cursid men 6884
RomC 6895 Whiche that we ypocritis calle. 6884
RomC 6896 `Doth that they preche, I rede you alle, 6886
RomC 6898 That ben not wery to seye wel, 6888
RomC 6901 That ben to be begiled able, 6890
RomC 6902 Burdons that ben importable; 6892
RomC 6904 That they nyl with her fyngris touchen.' " 6894
RomC 6907 For sadde burdons that men taken 6896
RomC 6909 And if they do ought that good be, 6898
RomC 6910 That is for folk it shulde se. 6900
RomC 6917 And willen that folk hem loute and grete, 6906
RomC 6918 Whanne that they passen thurgh the strete, 6908
RomC 6922 That shewith wel her wikkidnesse. 6912
RomC 6924 Of hem that wole ayens us be, 6914
RomC 6927 Hym that oon hatith, hate we alle, 6916
RomC 6945 " Another is this, that if so falle 6934
RomC 6946 That ther be oon amonge us alle 6936
RomC 6947 That doth a good turn, out of drede, 6936
RomC 6950 Or that hym list, or that hym deyned 6940
RomC 6950 Or that hym list, or that hym deyned 6940
RomC 6954 That man thurgh us is sprongen so. 6944
RomC 6959 So that man weneth, that may us see, 6948
RomC 6959 So that man weneth, that may us see, 6948
RomC 6960 That alle vertu in us be. 6950
RomC 6962 But how so that we begge or pleyne, 6952
RomC 6964 That all thing have without havyng. 6954
RomC 6976 That fallith not to my myster; 6966
RomC 6978 For me that office not honest is. 6968
RomC 6980 That is to me a gret lykyng. 6970
RomC 6981 And if that ye have ought to do 6970
RomC 6982 In place that I repeire to, 6972
RomC 6985 So that ye serve me to pay, 6974
RomC 6990 That wole me repreve or chastise. 6980
RomC 6993 For I, that other folk chastie, 6982
RomC 7005 And sey that I the world forsake, 6994
RomC 7010 Of whiche that Crist seith openly, 7000
RomC 7022 Wherynne that ony bouger be, 7012
RomC 7023 Although that they of Milayn were 7012
RomC 7027 For that he is so coveitous; 7016
RomC 7032 Or prest that halt his quene hym by, 7022
RomC 7037 Bi all the seyntes that me pray, 7026
RomC 7045 That we, undir our clothes wide, 7034
RomC 7049 Whether so that he loure or groyne, 7038
RomC 7053 That men shull here hym crie and rore 7042
RomC 7057 Or smerten that that he hath do, 7046
RomC 7057 Or smerten that that he hath do, 7046
RomC 7065 So that the tour were stuffed well 7054
RomC 7067 And thanne that he wolde updresse 7056
RomC 7078 If that he wolde deserve oure graces; 7068
RomC 7082 That al quyk we shulden hym brenne; 7072
RomC 7084 That is wel wors than the pitaunce. 7074
RomC 7091 That kepith the key of Cristendom, 7080
RomC 7094 Nys non of hem that good prophete is, 7082
RomC 7101 That seide thus, though it were fable: 7090
RomC 7103 That fro the Holy Goost is sent.' 7092
RomC 7116 That troublere is, and chaungith soone, 7104
RomC 7118 (I scorne not that I yow telle), 7106
RomC 7125 Mighte men in that book fynde, 7112
RomC 7127 " The universite, that tho was aslep, 7114
RomC 7135 But they that broughten the bok there 7122
RomC 7139 Til such a tyme that they may see 7126
RomC 7140 That they so stronge woxen be 7128
RomC 7141 That no wyght may hem wel withstonde, 7128
RomC 7142 For by that book [they] durst not stonde. 7130
RomC 7146 To that that clerkis wole appose 7134
RomC 7146 To that that clerkis wole appose 7134
RomC 7148 That in that book writen is. 7136
RomC 7148 That in that book writen is. 7136
RomC 7150 What maner eende that there shal be 7138
RomC 7151 Of al this [bok] that they hyde; 7138
RomC 7153 Til that they may it bet defende. 7140
RomC 7157 And what man that wole not be so, 7144
RomC 7163 But if that he wole folowe, iwis, 7150
RomC 7164 That in oure book writen is. 7152
RomC 7166 That while Petre hath maistrie, 7154
RomC 7170 That makith the entenciouns blynde; 7158
RomC 7174 That Cristes lawe wole defende, 7162
RomC 7176 Ayenes hem that all sustenen, 7164
RomC 7178 And John bitokeneth hem that prechen 7166
RomC 7179 That ther nys lawe covenable 7166
RomC 7181 That fro the Holy Gost was sent 7168
RomC 7182 To turne folk that ben myswent. 7170
RomC 7185 That doth the synfull folk converte, 7172
RomC 7188 May men in that book se, 7176
RomC 7189 That ben comaunded, douteles, 7176
RomC 7194 Alle tho that with Petre been; 7182
RomC 7195 But they shal nevere have that myght, 7182
RomC 7197 That they ne shal ynowe fynde 7184
RomC 7198 That Petres lawe shal have in mynde, 7186
RomC 7200 That at the last it shal be sene 7188
RomC 7201 That they shal alle come therto, 7188
RomC 7202 For ought that they can speke or do. 7190
RomC 7204 That they by John have undirstonde, 7192
RomC 7209 But hadde that ilke book endured, 7196
RomC 7212 That han me sett in gret degre. 7200
RomC 7222 That noon oure gile can perceyve. 7210
RomC 7226 That more than Crist my britheren dredith. 7214
RomC 7228 That dredith such simulacioun, 7216
RomC 7229 Nor that for peyne wole refusen 7216
RomC 7237 That we may folk repreve echoon, 7224
RomC 7240 But us, that stynten never mo 7228
RomC 7241 To patren while that folk may us see, 7228
RomC 7246 That joly clothis weren alway? 7234
RomC 7249 And that her wordis folowe her dede, 7236
RomC 7259 That frouncen lyke a quaile pipe, 7246
RomC 7266 That wolde his lyf in honour lyve. 7254
RomC 7268 That serven thus the world to queme, 7256
RomC 7272 That men shulde humble abit dispise, 7260
RomC 7273 So that no pride ther-undir be. 7260
RomC 7277 That seith he hath the world forsake, 7264
RomC 7280 Who may that begger wel excuse, 7268
RomC 7281 That papelard, that hym yeldith so, 7268
RomC 7281 That papelard, that hym yeldith so, 7268
RomC 7283 And seith that he the world hath left, 7270
RomC 7286 That to his castyng goth ageyn. 7274
RomC 7289 That ye perceyved it no thyng, 7276
RomC 7299 That in my court is thi dwellyng, 7286
RomC 7305 " That is ayenes all nature. " 7292
RomC 7306 " Sir, putte you in that aventure. 7294
RomC 7312 That men ne may in no manere 7300
RomC 7316 What! Wene ye that I nil bigile 7304
RomC 7331 Ryght in that ilke same place, 7318
RomC 7332 That hadde of tresoun al his face 7320
RomC 7336 Now to assaut, that sailen can, " 7324
RomC 7337 Quod Love, " and that full hardyly! " 7324
RomC 7344 Till it so be that they ben dede, 7332
RomC 7355 That ben to Wikkid-Tonge went. 7342
RomC 7361 That they wolde gon in tapinage, 7348
RomC 7372 On which that she hir bedes bed. 7360
RomC 7376 That seide he was hir fadir dere, 7364
RomC 7382 That he ne wolde hir ofte shryve. 7370
RomC 7385 That they had ofte, for the nones, 7372
RomC 7389 That false traytouresse untrewe 7376
RomC 7390 Was lyk that salowe hors of hewe, 7378
RomC 7391 That in the Apocalips is shewed, 7378
RomC 7392 That signifyeth tho folk beshrewed 7380
RomC 7393 That ben al ful of trecherye, 7380
RomC 7395 For on that hors no colour is, 7382
RomC 7402 That Gyle had yeve her of his yefte; 7390
RomC 7404 That ful was of elengenesse; 7392
RomC 7419 That was forged in a forge, 7406
RomC 7420 Which that men clepen Coupe-Gorge. 7408
RomC 7423 That at his gate was syttyng, 7410
RomC 7426 That beren hem ful mekely, 7414
RomC 7437 He knew nat that she was constrayned, 7424
RomC 7442 That wyl was fayled her than. 7430
RomC 7444 But he knew nat that he was fals. 7432
RomC 7448 That Falsnesse he ne espyed nought. 7436
RomC 7452 That he, that whilom was so gay, 7440
RomC 7452 That he, that whilom was so gay, 7440
RomC 7471 Whoso that hath the subtelte 7458
RomC 7474 To Wicked-Tonge, that dwelled there, 7462
RomC 7477 That bad hem ner him for to come, 7464
RomC 7488 Throughout this world, that is miswent, 7476
RomC 7492 And, sir, for that charyte, 7480
RomC 7507 That may be founde in any man, 7494
RomC 7509 That is his tonge to refrayne; 7496
RomC 7513 And he that herkeneth it gladly, 7500
RomC 7516 In that art thou most gylty inne. 7504
RomC 7518 (And, sir, that was ryght yvel do) 7506
RomC 7519 Of a young man that here repayred, 7506
RomC 7523 Ye sayde nothyng soth of that. 7510
RomC 7528 That ofte hath played with you, er this, 7516
RomC 7529 The fayrest games that he coude, 7516
RomC 7533 That he dar neyther come ne go. 7520
RomC 7536 That many a fals leasyng hath thought 7524
RomC 7537 That meveth your foole eloquence, 7524
RomC 7538 That jangleth ever in audyence, 7526
RomC 7541 For thyng that may have no prevyng, 7528
RomC 7543 " For I dar sayn that Reson demeth 7530
RomC 7544 It is nat al soth thyng that semeth, 7532
RomC 7546 Thyng that is to reprove. 7534
RomC 7554 Now cometh he nat, and that is sene, 7542
RomC 7565 And skathe is that Fayr-Welcomyng, 7552
RomC 7574 And fettre the tyl that thou dye; 7562
RomC 7577 But if that thou repente thee. " 7564
RomC 7585 That han a lyer called me! 7572
RomC 7587 That in myn hous do me this shame, 7574
RomC 7589 Is this the sermoun that ye make? 7576
RomC 7608 That men seyn in the town aboute. 7596
RomC 7612 That no man loveth hym tenderly 7600
RomC 7613 That seith hym harm, if he wot it, 7600
RomC 7617 That lovers gladly wole visiten 7604
RomC 7623 And everywhere that [he] you meteth, 7610
RomC 7625 He preseth not so ofte that ye 7612
RomC 7632 That ye shulde take hym with the dede. 7620
RomC 7637 That it is clene out of his thought. 7624
RomC 7640 That sore abieth al this thing. 7628
RomC 7645 Sith ye this man that loveth yow 7632
RomC 7664 That thrallen folk so gilteles. " 7652
RomC 7666 That he can noon answeryng, 7654
RomC 7668 That nygh he fel in repentaunce, 7656
RomC 7679 That ben, as wide as world may dure. 7666
RomC 7681 And that hadde never yit persoun, 7668
RomC 7688 That youre prelatis ben not so wise 7676