The Concordance
 
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RomA 12 A jape, or elles nycete, 12
RomA 14 Let whoso lyste a fol me calle. 14
RomA 26 Me mette such a swevenyng 26
RomA 28 But in that sweven is never a del 28
RomA 64 That it wole have a newe shroud, 64
RomA 97 A sylvre nedle forth I drough 96
RomA 104 With a thred bastyng my slevis, 104
RomA 110 Toward a ryver gan I me dresse 110
RomA 135 And whan I had a while goon, 134
RomA 136 I saugh a gardyn right anoon, 136
RomA 149 Semede to ben a mynoresse, 148
RomA 150 An angry wight, a chideresse; 150
RomA 154 But lyk a wod womman afraied. 154
RomA 161 Ful grymly with a greet towayle. 160
RomA 163 A lyft half was hir faste by. 162
RomA 171 She semede a wikked creature. 170
RomA 186 Leneth to many a creature 186
RomA 224 A mantyl heng hir faste by, 224
RomA 225 Upon a perche, weik and small; 224
RomA 226 A burnet cote heng therwithall 226
RomA 228 But with a furre rough of her, 228
RomA 232 Ne hastith hir never a dell. 232
RomA 240 A purs that heng by a band, 240
RomA 240 A purs that heng by a band, 240
RomA 246 That fro that purs a peny wente. 246
RomA 260 And if a man in honour rise, 260
RomA 290 Hadde a wondirful lokyng, 290
RomA 293 And she hadde a [foul] usage: 292
RomA 321 A sorowful thyng wel semed she, 320
RomA 336 So wo-begon a thyng was she. 336
RomA 350 That shorter was a foot, iwys, 350
RomA 361 A foul, forwelked thyng was she, 360
RomA 368 A foot, but it were by potente. 368
RomA 402 More than a child of two yeer old. 402
RomA 407 And was a doted thing bicomen. 406
RomA 408 A furred cope on had she nomen; 408
RomA 417 Ne spareth never a wikked dede, 416
RomA 421 And semeth a simple creature; 420
RomA 431 A sauter held she fast in honde, 430
RomA 433 To make many a feynt praiere 432
RomA 446 To gete hem prys in toun a while; 446
RomA 447 And for a litel glorie veine 446
RomA 451 That not a peny hadde in wolde, 450
RomA 454 For nakid as a worm was she. 454
RomA 457 She nadde on but a streit old sak, 456
RomA 458 And many a clout on it ther stak: 458
RomA 460 No more was there, never a dell, 460
RomA 492 So riche a yer[d] was never noon 492
RomA 510 I fel fast in a weymentynge 510
RomA 524 Or hole, into so faire a place. 524
RomA 525 Tho gan I go a full gret pas 524
RomA 528 Tyl that I fond a wiket small 528
RomA 538 A mayden curteys openyde me. 538
RomA 541 Hir flesh tendre as is a chike, 540
RomA 546 Hir yen grey as is a faucoun, 546
RomA 550 A clove chynne eke hadde she. 550
RomA 555 Ther nys a fairer nekke, iwys, 554
RomA 561 A fairer body for to seke. 560
RomA 563 A chapelet so semly oon 562
RomA 566 A rose gerland had she sett. 566
RomA 567 She hadde [in honde] a gay mirrour, 566
RomA 568 And with a riche gold tressour 568
RomA 572 Of gloves white she had a paire. 572
RomA 573 And she hadde on a cote of grene 572
RomA 581 She ladde a lusty lyf in May: 580
RomA 612 As thou hast seen a while agoo. 612
RomA 639 A fair and joly companye 638
RomA 650 It semede a place espirituel, 650
RomA 655 For there was many a bridd syngyng, 654
RomA 722 These briddis syngyng on a rowe, 722
RomA 730 Doun by a lytel path I fond 730
RomA 744 Upon a karole wenten thoo. 744
RomA 745 A lady karolede hem that hyghte 744
RomA 761 And made many a fair tournyng 760
RomA 769 There was many a tymbestere, 768
RomA 774 Upon a fynger fair and softe, 774
RomA 795 A lady gan me for to espie, 794
RomA 805 I was abasshed never a dell, 804
RomA 818 A fairer man I nevere sigh. 818
RomA 825 His shuldris of a large brede, 824
RomA 827 He semed lyk a portreiture, 826
RomA 841 In many a place, lowe and hie. 840
RomA 845 His leef a rosyn chapelet 844
RomA 856 She semed lyk a rose newe 856
RomA 858 That with a brere smale and slendre 858
RomA 870 I, which seyen have a thousand, 870
RomA 875 Of which hir leef a robe werde 874
RomA 905 And many a rose-leef ful long 904
RomA 908 Of roses reed a chapelett, 906
RomA 909 But nyghtyngales, a ful gret route, 908
RomA 918 Love hadde with hym a bacheler 916
RomA 924 That oon of hem was of a tree 922
RomA 925 That bereth a fruyt of savour wykke; 924
RomA 929 That other bowe was of a plante 928
RomA 950 Out of a bowe for to dryve, 948
RomA 965 Yit can it make a ful gret wounde. 964
RomA 1004 Ladde on his hond a lady bright, 1002
RomA 1025 A ful gret savour and a swote 1024
RomA 1025 A ful gret savour and a swote 1024
RomA 1029 In world is noon so fair a wight, 1028
RomA 1042 To helpe and eke to greve a wyght. 1040
RomA 1050 Hir court hath many a losenger, 1048
RomA 1051 And many a traytour envyous, 1050
RomA 1062 Ful many a worthy man and wys, 1060
RomA 1071 Richesse a robe of purpur on hadde 1070
RomA 1074 Ne by a thousand deell so riche, 1072
RomA 1079 And with a bend of gold tasseled, 1078
RomA 1085 Rychesse a girdell hadde upon, 1084
RomA 1086 The bokel of it was of a stoon 1084
RomA 1092 And tyl a riche mannes byhove 1090
RomA 1095 Was of a stoon full precious, 1094
RomA 1097 That hol a man it koude make 1096
RomA 1099 And yit the stoon hadde such a grace 1098
RomA 1104 Upon a tyssu of satyn, 1102
RomA 1106 In everich was a besaunt-wight. 1104
RomA 1108 Was sette a cercle, for noblesse, 1106
RomA 1114 It is a wondir thing to here, 1112
RomA 1120 A fyn charboncle set saugh I. 1118
RomA 1124 A myle or two in lengthe and brede. 1122
RomA 1130 A yong man ful of semelyhede, 1128
RomA 1148 As it were poured in a garner. 1146
RomA 1171 A full gret fool is he, ywys, 1170
RomA 1173 A lord may have no maner vice 1172
RomA 1187 Largesse hadde on a robe fresh 1186
RomA 1192 Unto a lady maad present 1190
RomA 1193 Of a gold broche, ful wel wrought. 1192
RomA 1198 Hild by the hond a knyght of prys, 1196
RomA 1210 He caste doun many a doughty man. 1208
RomA 1223 And if a man were in distresse, 1222
RomA 1227 For were a man for hir bistad, 1226
RomA 1231 Hir thought it elles a vylanye. 1230
RomA 1232 And she hadde on a sukkenye, 1230
RomA 1236 Ther nas [nat] a poynt, trewely, 1234
RomA 1241 A womman wel more fetys is 1240
RomA 1246 Bi hir daunced a bacheler. 1244
RomA 1267 And by hir wente a knyght dauncyng, 1266
RomA 1271 And in armure a semely man, 1270
RomA 1291 In sich a gise that he hir kyste 1290
RomA 1296 They were ashamed never a dell, 1294
RomA 1319 A, Lord, they lyved lustyly! 1318
RomA 1320 A gret fool were he, sikirly, 1318
RomA 1326 As to have a love at his devys. 1324
RomA 1336 And at a braid he gan it bende, 1334
RomA 1345 Wente up and doun full many a wey, 1344
RomA 1356 Of pome-garnettys a full gret dell; 1354
RomA 1357 That is a fruyt full well to lyke, 1356
RomA 1364 Fyges, and many a date-tree 1362
RomA 1367 Ther was eke wexyng many a spice, 1366
RomA 1371 And many a spice delitable 1370
RomA 1386 And othere trees full many a payre. 1384
RomA 1407 And maden many a tourneying 1406
RomA 1416 Gan make a noyse ful lykyng. 1414
RomA 1422 As on a fetherbed to pleye, 1420
RomA 1428 That th' erthe was of such a grace 1426
RomA 1437 With many a fressh and sondri flour, 1436
RomA 1456 Besydes a wel, under a tree, 1454
RomA 1456 Besydes a wel, under a tree, 1454
RomA 1457 Which tree in Fraunce men cal a pyn. 1456
RomA 1462 And springyng in a marble ston 1460
RomA 1464 Under that pyn-tree a welle. 1462
RomA 1469 Narcisus was a bacheler 1468
RomA 1474 For a fayr lady that hight Echo 1472
RomA 1477 That on a tyme she him tolde 1476
RomA 1493 Myght on a day ben hampred so 1492
RomA 1504 A day whanne he com fro huntyng. 1502
RomA 1516 To drynken of that welle a draughte. 1514
RomA 1522 Of a child of gret beaute. 1520
RomA 1536 And diede withynne a lytel space. 1534
RomA 1571 That ye wole holde a gret mervayle 1568
RomA 1585 Ryght as a myrrour openly 1582
RomA 1628 Of which ther hath ful many a wight 1626
RomA 1638 A thousand thinges faste by. 1636
RomA 1650 Among a thousand thinges mo, 1648
RomA 1651 A roser chargid full of rosis, 1648
RomA 1658 That caught hath many a man and shent, 1656
RomA 1667 To pulle a rose of all that route 1664
RomA 1682 Ben passed in a day or two, 1680