ARACE.............1
RomB 1752 That I it myghte nought arace; 46
 
 ARAIED............1
RomB 3722 She was araied richely. 2014
 
 ARBLASTERS........1
RomB 4196 Of arblasters gret plente were; 2488
 
 ARCHER............3
RomB 1797 But never this archer wolde feyne 92
RomB 1818 Bicause the archer was so ner. 112
RomB 1832 And for the archer nolde I lette. 126
 
 ARCHERS...........1
RomB 4191 Spryngoldes, gunnes, bows, and archers; 2484
 
 ARE...............6
RomB 2216 And whanne thou comest there men are, 510
RomB 3123 Ye are not curteys to aske it. 1416
RomB 4826 They yeve no force, they are so set 3118
RomB 5093 So are they caught in Loves las, 3384
RomB 5362 The riche men are loved ay, 3654
RomB 5727 They are full glad for her encres; 4018
 
 AREISE............1
RomB 4361 She can areise that doth morne, 2654
 
 ARESTIDE..........1
RomB 3316 For whanne he first arestide me, 1608
 
 ARETTE............1
RomB 3327 Than Love to me-ward shulde arette 1620
 
 ARGUMENT..........1
RomB 5414 It is thurgh argument provable; 3706
 
 ARIGHT............1
RomB 3985 That [he] hath not aright wrought, 2278
 
 ARISE.............1
RomB 3115 That ye desire, it may not arise. 1408
 
 ARMED.............1
RomB 5004 That Deth stondeth armed at hir gate. 3296
 
 ARMES.............4
RomB 2315 In armes also if thou konne, 608
RomB 2500 In armes goodly thee have take -- 794
RomB 2571 Naked bitwene thyne armes there, 864
RomB 2594 While I lye in hir armes twoo. 888
 
 ARMONYE...........1
RomB 4247 Discordaunt ever fro armonye, 2540
 
 ARMURE............1
RomB 4197 Noon armure myght her strok withstonde; 2490
 
 ARMYS.............1
RomB 2563 Thine armys shalt thou sprede a-bred, 856
 
 ARN...............11
RomB 2183 Thise vilayns arn withouten pitee, 476
RomB 3747 His teth arn also white and clene; 2040
RomB 4415 And traitours, that arn envyous, 2708
RomB 4860 Whanne fader or moder arn in grave, 3152
RomB 4943 Demande of hem that now arn olde, 3234
RomB 5047 Save sich that arn worth right nought, 3338
RomB 5114 Ben hertis that of love arn dronken, 3406
RomB 5403 " But sith we arn to Fortune comen, 3694
RomB 5456 Whanne they arn falle in poverte 3748
RomB 5484 Whanne they from richesse arn throwe, 3776
RomB 5748 Her hertis arn in gret distresse 4040
 
 AROWE.............7
RomB 1723 He tok an arowe full sharply whet, 18
RomB 1741 But certes, the arowe that in me stod 36
RomB 1745 The arowe, and ful fast out it plighte, 40
RomB 1772 Another arowe into his bowe, 66
RomB 1778 So that this arowe anoon-right 72
RomB 1800 The thridde arowe he gan to shete, 94
RomB 1878 The God of Love an arowe tok -- 172
 
 AROWIS............1
RomB 1774 The arowis name was Symplesse, 68
 
 ARRAY.............3
RomB 2251 For queynt array, without drede, 544
RomB 2253 For fresh array, as men may see, 546
RomB 2279 For sich array ne costeth but lite. 572
 
 ART...............17
RomB 1987 That thou art gentyll by thi speche. 280
RomB 2246 Contrarie unto loves art. 540
RomB 2418 Wherthrough thou art so dismayd. 712
RomB 2510 So art thou thanne desirous 804
RomB 2898 Whanne thou art fer thy lady fro; 1192
RomB 3144 Thou art wel worthy to have maugree 1436
RomB 4013 Thou art woxe to familiere, 2306
RomB 4021 Art thou now late? Ris up in hy, 2314
RomB 4046 Whanne thou shuldist wake, thou art aslepe. 2338
RomB 4289 Hadde lerned of loves art, 2582
RomB 4400 That thou enprisoned art for me; 2692
RomB 4629 " Myn owne freend, art thou yit greved? 2922
RomB 4633 Art thou not wery of thy servise, 2926
RomB 4671 Art so anguisshous and mate, 2964
RomB 4696 While thou art reuled by his lore; 2988
RomB 5101 But thou art not an inche the nerre, 3392
RomB 5185 Raisoun " Certis, freend, a fool art thou, 3476
 
 ARWE..............4
RomB 1862 An arwe named Company, 156
RomB 1885 But though this arwe was kene grounde 180
RomB 1895 But yit this arwe, withoute more, 188
RomB 1905 The shaft I drow out of the arwe, 198
 
 ARWIS.............3
RomB 1822 Though that I sigh yit arwis reyne, 116
RomB 1859 Myn herte with his arwis kene, 154
RomB 1916 The arwis were so full of rage, 210
 
 ARYSE.............1
RomB 2774 For joye that aftirward shall aryse. 1068
 
 AS................152
RomB 1779 Thourghout [myn] eigh, as it was founde, 74
RomB 1793 To don right as myn herte bad, 88
RomB 1819 " For evermore gladly, " as I rede, 114
RomB 1830 Feble as a forwoundid man, 124
RomB 1886 As ony rasour that is founde, 180
RomB 1915 As men myght se in my visage. 208
RomB 1966 Where as they token first her wounde. 260
RomB 2016 So good a maister to have as me, 310
RomB 2072 As it bihoveth, in dede and thought, 366
RomB 2118 But, as I hope, it shal nought be; 412
RomB 2146 Anoon, as ye shall here and see, 440
RomB 2148 So as the Romance shall devise. 442
RomB 2157 And poynte it as the resoun is 450
RomB 2197 As longeth to a gentilman; 490
RomB 2201 Of hie or lowe, as we may see, 494
RomB 2209 As fer as Gaweyn, the worthy, 502
RomB 2209 As fer as Gaweyn, the worthy, 502
RomB 2253 For fresh array, as men may see, 546
RomB 2277 Have hat of floures as fresh as May, 570
RomB 2277 Have hat of floures as fresh as May, 570
RomB 2287 For love doth haten, as I fynde, 580
RomB 2291 And be as joyfull as thou can; 584
RomB 2291 And be as joyfull as thou can; 584
RomB 2387 Whanne thou hast yeven thyn herte, as I 680
RomB 2399 Now reed as rose, now yelowe and fade. 692
RomB 2408 Styl as an ymage of tree, 702
RomB 2409 Domm as a ston, without steryng 702
RomB 2413 As man abasshed wonder sore, 706
RomB 2476 As experience shall thee kenne: 770
RomB 2548 For thou shalt brenne as ony fir. 842
RomB 2555 To bedde as fast thou wolt thee dight, 848
RomB 2564 As man in werre were forwerreyd. 858
RomB 2572 All sothfastnesse as though it were. 866
RomB 2704 And please as mych as thou may; 998
RomB 2704 And please as mych as thou may; 998
RomB 2732 As helpe me God, this merveile I 1026
RomB 2748 For drye as well the greete see 1042
RomB 2749 Thou myghtist as the harmes telle 1042
RomB 2755 Glad, as man in prisoun sett, 1048
RomB 2785 For hope to lovers, as most cheef, 1078
RomB 2799 Thanne Swete-Thought shal come as blyve 1092
RomB 2805 As fer, God wot, as he can fynde, 1098
RomB 2805 As fer, God wot, as he can fynde, 1098
RomB 2838 In olde dawes, as I fynde, 1132
RomB 2850 As of his persone dalyaunce.' 1144
RomB 2884 Shall helpen as his owne brother, 1178
RomB 2926 Right as the derknesse of the nyght 1220
RomB 2952 Had taught me, as ye have herd say, 1246
RomB 2969 As ye toforn have herd me seyn; 1262
RomB 2979 But at the last, as I bithought 1272
RomB 3138 He com criand as he were wood, 1430
RomB 3198 But best as it were in a mene. 1490
RomB 3200 As ony candell that brenneth bright; 1492
RomB 3256 As she that may be no musard. 1548
RomB 3336 Forwery, forwandred as a fool, 1628
RomB 3466 In bookis sothly as I rede. " 1758
RomB 3469 Which wolde me good as mych as I. 1762
RomB 3469 Which wolde me good as mych as I. 1762
RomB 3532 Is redy, as ye lust devise? 1824
RomB 3552 As hoolly youres as ever he can; 1844
RomB 3552 As hoolly youres as ever he can; 1844
RomB 3589 Of Bialacoil, as ye devise; 1882
RomB 3605 " I shal do right as ye wyl, " 1898
RomB 3613 As fayr semblaunt than shewed he me, 1906
RomB 3614 And goodly, as aforn dyd he; 1906
RomB 3644 For such another, as I gesse, 1936
RomB 3662 I wolde gladly, as I have sought, 1954
RomB 3703 The God of Love, blynde as stoon, 1996
RomB 3732 Is Loves servaunt, as ye may see, 2024
RomB 3776 As it were wood in wawis goo. 2068
RomB 3778 Mot folowe and chaunge as the moone. 2070
RomB 3823 He ran anoon, as he were wood, 2116
RomB 3848 To kepe the roser, as thenkith me. 2140
RomB 3865 As nonnys don in her abbey. 2158
RomB 3951 Ne to no such as hath ben heere 2244
RomB 4063 And hidous chere; as man in rage 2356
RomB 4213 Which openede, as it was couth, 2506
RomB 4235 As he that causeth all the bate, 2528
RomB 4353 It is of Love, as of Fortune, 2646
RomB 4363 Who sittith hyest, but as hir lust. 2656
RomB 4385 Have herte as hard as dyamaunt, 2678
RomB 4385 Have herte as hard as dyamaunt, 2678
RomB 4398 Lest thou do not as I say. 2690
RomB 4431 As it shal never been, I hope -- 2724
RomB 4589 As God forbede! -- be founde in me; 2882
RomB 4591 Now late it goon as it may goo; 2884
RomB 4603 For though I dye, as I mot nede, 2896
RomB 4611 As lovers doon that feelen smert: 2904
RomB 4615 Thus, as I made my passage 2908
RomB 4628 Seide to me, as she com ner, 2920
RomB 4646 Thou wroughtest nothyng as the sage, 2938
RomB 4662 Glad to have sich lord as he, 2954
RomB 4699 Which hath to thee, as it is founde, 2992
RomB 4754 Under ragges, as riche rochet; 3046
RomB 4755 And eke as wel be amourettes 3048
RomB 4756 In mournyng blak, as bright burnettes. 3048
RomB 4771 Of sich as Loves servauntes ben, 3064
RomB 4882 As Tulius can determyne, 3174
RomB 4981 As longe as Youthe is in sesoun, 3272
RomB 4981 As longe as Youthe is in sesoun, 3272
RomB 5081 As curteis shulde and debonaire, 3372
RomB 5091 And not of such as sette her thought 3382
RomB 5103 As in thi face it is sene. 3394
RomB 5115 As thou peraventure knowen shall, 3406
RomB 5123 For tyme lost, as men may see, 3414
RomB 5129 For many oon, as it is seyn, 3420
RomB 5146 As trust and trew as ony stel; 3438
RomB 5146 As trust and trew as ony stel; 3438
RomB 5156 For anger, as I dide abraide: 3448
RomB 5159 Alle men, as ye me teche? 3450
RomB 5171 As by youre preching semeth me, 3462
RomB 5194 As I shal thee heere devise. 3486
RomB 5219 As to hymsilf, without dredyng 3510
RomB 5248 That trusty is and trewe as ston, 3540
RomB 5250 And founde hym stedefast as a wall, 3542
RomB 5254 Withoute shame, as he wel may. 3546
RomB 5256 Of sich on as I tolde thee? 3548
RomB 5274 He shal as mochel hym moleste 3566
RomB 5275 As his felow, for that he 3566
RomB 5277 Fully, as he hath requered. 3568
RomB 5303 As fer as love may hym excuse, 3594
RomB 5303 As fer as love may hym excuse, 3594
RomB 5334 And take eclips, right as the moone, 3626
RomB 5337 The sonne and hir, as it may fall, 3628
RomB 5344 She is enlumyned ageyn as fast, 3636
RomB 5351 As soone as Poverte gynneth take, 3642
RomB 5351 As soone as Poverte gynneth take, 3642
RomB 5360 And as she groweth, so groweth it. 3652
RomB 5409 As it is writen, and is soth, 3700
RomB 5418 And mylken as doth a norys, 3710
RomB 5453 And trowe hem as the Evangile; 3744
RomB 5455 As they shal aftirward se, 3746
RomB 5473 As a stepmoder envyous, 3764
RomB 5496 Anoon as entreth poverte. 3788
RomB 5501 And namely siche as in richesse 3792
RomB 5527 With tonge woundyng, as feloun, 3818
RomB 5538 As may the valour, soth to seyne, 3830
RomB 5553 By experience, right as it is, 3844
RomB 5623 " And though it falle, as it may be, 3914
RomB 5625 As mochel as shal to hym suffice, 3916
RomB 5625 As mochel as shal to hym suffice, 3916
RomB 5638 But suffrith forth, as noght ne ware, 3930
RomB 5639 Atte last it hapneth, as it may, 3930
RomB 5641 And taketh the world as it wolde be; 3932
RomB 5671 A wise man seide, as we may seen, 3962
RomB 5684 With as good chere as he dide er. 3976
RomB 5684 With as good chere as he dide er. 3976
RomB 5692 As God wel knowith, withoute were. 3984
RomB 5735 And yit two thousand, as I gesse, 4026
RomB 5751 Sich as prechen [for] veynglorie, 4042
RomB 5753 But forth as ypocrites trace, 4044
RomB 5790 As it shewith ful wel, iwys. 4082