The Concordance
 
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RomB 1718 Was stondyng by a fige-tree. 12
RomB 1740 Of blood have loren a full gret dell. 34
RomB 1754 Al bledde I not a drope of blod. 48
RomB 1758 Ne gete a leche my woundis to; 52
RomB 1771 And Love hadde gete hym, in a throwe, 66
RomB 1780 Into myn herte hath maad a wounde. 74
RomB 1830 Feble as a forwoundid man, 124
RomB 1857 But whanne a while I hadde be thar, 152
RomB 1875 Yf me a martir wolde he make, 170
RomB 1889 With a precious oynement, 184
RomB 1896 Made in myn herte a large sore, 190
RomB 1935 He is a fool in sikernesse, 228
RomB 1988 For though a man fer wolde seche, 282
RomB 1991 For sich a word ne myghte nought 284
RomB 1992 Isse out of a vilayns thought. 286
RomB 2016 So good a maister to have as me, 310
RomB 2036 And gaf hym thankes many a oon, 330
RomB 2080 Ye may therof do make a keye, 374
RomB 2088 A litell keye, fetys ynowgh, 382
RomB 2135 " A sire, for Goddis love, " seide I, 428
RomB 2161 For a reder that poyntith ille 454
RomB 2162 A good sentence may ofte spille. 456
RomB 2182 And by his dedis a cherl is seyn. 476
RomB 2197 As longeth to a gentilman; 490
RomB 2200 A cherl is demed by his dede 494
RomB 2258 A man amendith in myche thyng. 552
RomB 2266 Loke at the leest thou have a paire, 560
RomB 2288 A beaute that cometh not of kynde. 582
RomB 2316 Pursue til thou a name hast wonne. 610
RomB 2331 Resoun wole that a lover be 624
RomB 2337 For he that thorough a sodeyn sight, 630
RomB 2338 Or for a kyssyng, anoonright 632
RomB 2350 A man to kepe, whanne it is breve. 644
RomB 2374 I holde it but a wrecchid thyng; 668
RomB 2380 Requyrith a gret guerdonyng. 674
RomB 2409 Domm as a ston, without steryng 702
RomB 2419 " After, a thought shal take the so, 712
RomB 2435 A fool myself I may wel holde, 728
RomB 2444 Thanne fallest thou in a newe rage; 738
RomB 2458 Atteyne of hire to have a sight, 752
RomB 2471 The peyne of love, unto a fer; 764
RomB 2511 A sight of hir for to have, 804
RomB 2541 For they in herte cunne thenke a thyng, 834
RomB 2554 A thousand angres shall come uppon. 848
RomB 2565 Thanne shall thee come a remembraunce 858
RomB 2586 Twenty tymes upon a day 880
RomB 2591 A, Lord! Why nyl ye me socoure 884
RomB 2600 Allas, to gret a thing aske I! 894
RomB 2602 To aske so outrageous a thyng; 896
RomB 2611 It were to me a gret guerdoun, 904
RomB 2621 A lok on hir I caste goodly, 914
RomB 2624 A, Lord! Wher I shall byde the day 918
RomB 2627 A, God! Whanne shal the dawnyng spring? 920
RomB 2631 A man to lyen hath gret disese, 924
RomB 2636 A, slowe sonne, shewe thin enprise! 930
RomB 2718 A lovere shall do me servise. 1012
RomB 2734 Myght lyve a month, such peynes to fele. " 1028
RomB 2738 A man loveth more tendirly 1032
RomB 2742 For which a man hath suffred sore. 1036
RomB 2746 No more than a man [may] counte 1040
RomB 2806 To make a mirrour of his mynde; 1100
RomB 2828 And holpe many a bachiler, 1122
RomB 2829 And many a lady sent socour, 1122
RomB 2840 Ther was a lady fresh of hewe, 1134
RomB 2841 Which of hir love made a song 1134
RomB 2857 A felowe that can well concele, 1150
RomB 2888 To have a man thou darst say 1182
RomB 2892 Whanne such a freend thou hast assayed. 1186
RomB 2903 For to aswage a mannes sorowe, 1196
RomB 2905 For it is a full noble thing, 1198
RomB 2919 The eye is a good messanger, 1212
RomB 2924 That a gret party of his woo 1218
RomB 2981 I saw come with a glad cher 1274
RomB 2982 To me, a lusty bacheler, 1276
RomB 3015 But thanne a cherl (foule hym bityde!) 1308
RomB 3030 On many a just man doth he wreke. 1324
RomB 3031 Ther was a womman eke that hight 1324
RomB 3040 But Resoun conceyveth of a sighte 1334
RomB 3077 A leef all grene, and yaff me that, 1370
RomB 3117 A mochel fool thanne I were, 1410
RomB 3142 Thou worchist in a wrong maner. 1434
RomB 3146 Who serveth a feloun is yvel quit. 1438
RomB 3184 A quarter of my woo and peyn. 1476
RomB 3189 A long while stod I in that stat, 1482
RomB 3198 But best as it were in a mene. 1490
RomB 3201 And on hir heed she hadde a crowne. 1494
RomB 3207 For Nature hadde nevere such a grace, 1500
RomB 3208 To forge a werk of such compace. 1500
RomB 3240 And though a yong man in ony wise 1532
RomB 3259 For er a thing be do, he shall, 1552
RomB 3264 Of falsnesse, for to seyne a tale. 1556
RomB 3274 His scole he lesith, if he be a clerk. 1566
RomB 3292 Whanne thou were brought in sich a rage 1584
RomB 3320 That he it sparrede with a keye. 1612
RomB 3336 Forwery, forwandred as a fool, 1628
RomB 3340 A felowe to whom I myghte seye 1632
RomB 3344 Hadde a felowe faste by, 1636
RomB 3346 And he was called by name a Freend -- 1638
RomB 3347 A trewer felowe was nowher noon. 1640
RomB 3375 A feloun first though that he be, 1668
RomB 3401 And in his hond a gret burdoun. 1694
RomB 3426 A thyng that may not warned be, 1718
RomB 3464 A man may overcome ofte 1756
RomB 3491 That Love me ladde in sich a wise 1784
RomB 3530 Or on youre man a werre make, 1822
RomB 3598 Wherfore a sorouful man is he. 1890
RomB 3634 To sene it was a goodly thyng. 1926
RomB 3640 It was theron a goodly syght; 1932
RomB 3653 That he me wolde graunt a thyng, 1946
RomB 3658 To have a kyssynge precious 1950
RomB 3663 Have a cos therof freely, 1956
RomB 3684 A man shulde nat to moche assay 1976
RomB 3706 Of brennyng fyr a blasyng brond, 1998
RomB 3708 Hath many a lady in desir 2000
RomB 3725 And to hym shortly, in a clause, 2018
RomB 3729 To graunte hym nothyng but a kis? 2022
RomB 3746 Graunte hym a kis, of gentilnysse! 2038
RomB 3750 To graunte that a kis have he. 2042
RomB 3766 It is fair sich a flour to kisse, 2058
RomB 3774 That with a litel wynde it nille 2066
RomB 3839 And faste loken in a tour, 2132
RomB 3864 Weryng a vayle in stide of wymple, 2156
RomB 3867 She gan to speke withynne a throwe 2160
RomB 3874 On Bialacoil a fals lesyng. 2166
RomB 3942 To make anoon a forteresse, 2234
RomB 3944 In myddis shall I make a tour 2236
RomB 3955 A fool is eythe to bigyle; 2248
RomB 3956 But may I lyve a litel while, 2248
RomB 3962 That not a word durste he say, 2254
RomB 3975 Whanne onys sprongen is a fame. 2268
RomB 3976 For many a yeer withouten blame 2268
RomB 3977 We han ben, and many a day; 2270
RomB 3978 For many an Aprill and many a May 2270
RomB 4004 But in the stede a trusse of gras. 2296
RomB 4005 He slombred, and a nappe he tok, 2298
RomB 4030 A cherl chaungeth that curteis is. 2322
RomB 4033 Make a sperhauk of a bosard. 2326
RomB 4033 Make a sperhauk of a bosard. 2326
RomB 4054 Enclose hym in a sturdy wall; 2346
RomB 4083 Perced to be with many a wounde, 2376
RomB 4092 And hente a burdoun in his hond. 2384
RomB 4098 That no man myghte touche a rose 2390
RomB 4112 Full ofte a day sen and biholde. 2404
RomB 4134 With many a turnyng to and froo, 2426
RomB 4143 On me he leieth a pitous charge, 2436
RomB 4150 He hirede hem to make a tour. 2442
RomB 4152 Aboute hem made he a diche deep, 2444
RomB 4155 Of squared stoon a sturdy wall, 2448
RomB 4156 Which on a cragge was founded all; 2448
RomB 4164 Ful many a riche and fair touret. 2456
RomB 4166 Was set a tour full pryncipall; 2458
RomB 4168 A porte-colys defensable 2460
RomB 4172 Was maad a tour of gret maistrise; 2464
RomB 4173 A fairer saugh no man with sight, 2466
RomB 4186 Aboute the tour was maad a wall, 2478
RomB 4227 For with a puff of litell wynd 2520
RomB 4231 A foulis flight wol make hir flee, 2524
RomB 4232 And eke a shadowe, if she it see. 2524
RomB 4256 Unto hir husbonde a trewe wyf, 2548
RomB 4260 A man speken of leccherie. 2552
RomB 4264 Another hath a likerous ye; 2556
RomB 4266 Another is a chideresse. 2558
RomB 4278 That hath maad a tour so round, 2570
RomB 4279 And made aboute a garisoun, 2572
RomB 4322 I wende a bought it all queyntly; 2614
RomB 4325 And me a newe bargeyn leere, 2618
RomB 4336 May falle a weder that shal it dere, 2628
RomB 4343 Ben me byraft all with a storm; 2636
RomB 4358 For [in] a twynklyng turneth hir wheel. 2650
RomB 4364 A fool is he that wole hir trust; 2656
RomB 4377 A, Bialacoil, myn owne deer! 2670
RomB 4378 Though thou be now a prisoner, 2670
RomB 4389 A trewe herte wole not plie 2682
RomB 4417 A, Bialacoil, full wel I see 2710
RomB 4449 A, that is a full noyous thyng! 2742
RomB 4449 A, that is a full noyous thyng! 2742
RomB 4450 For many a lover, in lovyng, 2742
RomB 4457 A full good silogisme, I dreede 2750
RomB 4478 They doon a gret contrarie. 2770
RomB 4495 A rympled vekke, fer ronne in age, 2788
RomB 4498 That noon of him may have a sight. 2790
RomB 4520 Out of so strong a forteresse? 2812
RomB 4531 A foolis word is nought to trowe, 2824
RomB 4535 I was a fool, and she me leeved, 2828
RomB 4540 A fool mysilf I may well calle, 2832
RomB 4548 A fals traitour thanne shulde I be. 2840
RomB 4617 And I not where to fynde a leche 2910
RomB 4639 " Thou servest a full noble lord, 2932
RomB 4648 Thou didist a gret foly than, 2940
RomB 4654 Thou noldist serve hym half a yeer, 2946
RomB 4655 Not a weke, nor half a day, 2948
RomB 4655 Not a weke, nor half a day, 2948
RomB 4668 Raisoun " Lo, there a noble conisaunce! 2960
RomB 4688 A thyng that is not demonstrable. 2980
RomB 4704 A free acquitaunce, withoute relees, 2996
RomB 4705 A trouthe, fret full of falsheede, 2998
RomB 4706 A sikernesse all set in drede. 2998
RomB 4707 In herte is a dispeiryng hope, 3000
RomB 4710 A swete perell in to droun; 3002
RomB 4712 A wikked wawe, awey to were. 3004
RomB 4722 A thurst drowned in dronknesse, 3014
RomB 4726 And a gredy suffisaunce; 3018
RomB 4733 A peyne also it is, joious, 3026
RomB 4737 A strengthe, weyked to stonde upright, 3030
RomB 4741 A laughter it is, weping ay; 3034
RomB 4743 Also a swete helle it is, 3036
RomB 4744 And a soroufull paradys; 3036
RomB 4745 A pleasant gayl and esy prisoun, 3038
RomB 4751 It is a slowe, may not forbere 3044
RomB 4810 It is a syknesse of the thought 3102
RomB 4830 Sich love I preise not at a lek. 3122
RomB 4835 With many a lesyng and many a fable, 3128
RomB 4835 With many a lesyng and many a fable, 3128
RomB 4852 To geten a likly thyng hym til, 3144
RomB 4863 To use that werk on such a wise 3154
RomB 4869 For noon wolde drawe therof a draught, 3160
RomB 4884 In a bok he made `Of Age,' 3176
RomB 4911 Though for a tyme his herte absente, 3202
RomB 4946 Hou it hem brought in many a rage, 3238
RomB 4947 And many a foly therynne wrought. 3238
RomB 4969 Of many a perelous emprise, 3260
RomB 5040 They wole it holde a gret myschaunce; 3332
RomB 5053 For litel shulde a man telle 3344
RomB 5058 He is a wrecche, I undirtake, 3350
RomB 5069 [Ne] may a jewel or other thyng 3360
RomB 5106 A sory gest, in goode fay, 3398
RomB 5128 Certeyn I holde it but a gras. 3420
RomB 5139 And yitt ne seide she never a del 3430
RomB 5165 From me, [and] [ben] a synfull wrecche 3456
RomB 5176 He were a fool, wolde you not trowe! 3468
RomB 5185 Raisoun " Certis, freend, a fool art thou, 3476
RomB 5197 And bringith thee in many a fit, 3488
RomB 5241 A good man brenneth in his thought 3532
RomB 5250 And founde hym stedefast as a wall, 3542
RomB 5261 Repreve he dredeth never a deel, 3552
RomB 5266 A fooles belle is soone runge. 3558
RomB 5267 Yit shal a trewe freend do more 3558
RomB 5286 Spak Tulius in a ditee: 3578
RomB 5373 For if he be a nygard ek, 3664
RomB 5374 Men wole not sette by hym a lek, 3666
RomB 5384 Nomore than is a goot ramage. 3676
RomB 5391 And til a wikked deth hym take. 3682
RomB 5405 A wondir will Y telle thee now, 3696
RomB 5417 For lyche a moder she can cherish, 3708
RomB 5418 And mylken as doth a norys, 3710
RomB 5423 In a stat that is not stable, 3714
RomB 5452 And han therof a rejoysyng, 3744
RomB 5460 Nor of a thousand full scarsly, 3752
RomB 5473 As a stepmoder envyous, 3764
RomB 5474 And leieth a plastre dolorous 3766
RomB 5534 Among a thousand that fyndith oon. 3826
RomB 5576 Sith that it makith hym a wise man, 3868
RomB 5650 In a book that `The Golden Verses' 3942
RomB 5657 He is a fool, withouten were, 3948
RomB 5671 A wise man seide, as we may seen, 3962
RomB 5674 And many a ribaud is mery and baud, 3966
RomB 5676 Many a burthen of gret myght, 3968
RomB 5699 His herte in sich a were is sett 3990
RomB 5709 He undirfongith a gret peyne, 4000
RomB 5726 That if a man falle in siknesse, 4018
RomB 5730 And though they die, they sette not a lek. 4022
RomB 5760 For prechyng of a cursed man, 4052
RomB 5762 Hymsilf it availeth not a myte; 4054