The Concordance
 
 A......................117
RomC 5822 Ne smyte a strok in this bataile, 12
RomC 5842 That he hath geten a peny or two 32
RomC 5894 She hath tan many a forteresse, 84
RomC 5895 That cost hath many a pound, er this, 84
RomC 5903 " Go bye a courser, blak or whit, 92
RomC 5983 If I may grype a riche man, 172
RomC 5985 That he shal in a fewe stoundes 174
RomC 6036 Though ye you medle never a del. 226
RomC 6070 Certeyn, thou art a fals traitour, 260
RomC 6071 And eke a theef; sith thou were born, 260
RomC 6072 A thousand tyme thou art forsworn. 262
RomC 6114 " They made a full good engendryng, " 304
RomC 6169 Than lete a purpos that I take, 358
RomC 6187 That [hath. a foul conclusioun. 376
RomC 6188 `I have a robe of religioun, 378
RomC 6191 It is not worth a croked brere. 380
RomC 6200 That he dar sey a word therto. 390
RomC 6228 Shulde lede a wikked lyf, parfey, 416
RomC 6234 Full many a seynt in feeld and toun, 422
RomC 6235 With many a virgine glorious, 424
RomC 6239 I cowde reken you many a ten; 428
RomC 6243 That baren full many a fair child heere, 432
RomC 6259 " Whoso took a wethers skyn, 448
RomC 6260 And wrapped a gredy wolf theryn, 448
RomC 6307 Forsothe, I am a fals traitour; 496
RomC 6308 God jugged me for a theef trichour. 496
RomC 6342 In many a queynte array feyned. 530
RomC 6345 Somtyme a wommans cloth take I; 532
RomC 6346 Now am I a mayde, now lady. 534
RomC 6350 And now a nonne, and now abbesse; 538
RomC 6370 Now is not this a propre thing? 558
RomC 6374 For I dide hem a tregetry. 560
RomC 6380 That I lede right a joly lyf, 566
RomC 6385 Onys a yeer, as seith the book, 572
RomC 6400 Ne be not rebel never a del. 586
RomC 6406 Thou shalt not streyne me a del, 592
RomC 6464 I yeve not of her harm a bene! 650
RomC 6468 I shal yeve hem a strok or two, 654
RomC 6479 Telle forth, and shame thee never a del; 666
RomC 6488 As shulde a maister of dyvyn; 674
RomC 6493 Than of a pore man of mylde mod, 680
RomC 6507 But a riche sik usurer 694
RomC 6522 Hath a soule in right gret poverte 708
RomC 6531 As it is knowe to many a wight, 718
RomC 6535 For if a riche man hym dresse 722
RomC 6541 Unnethe that he nys a mycher 728
RomC 6559 That, parde, they myght aske a thing 746
RomC 6573 A myghty man, that can and may, 760
RomC 6576 If he ne have rent or sich a thing, 762
RomC 6587 A parfit man ne shulde seke 774
RomC 6602 He is a trechour, ful of fable; 788
RomC 6635 I wole not entremete a del; 822
RomC 6645 And if ye such a truaunt fynde, 832
RomC 6671 For in this world is many a man 858
RomC 6685 " Telle me thanne how a man may lyven, 872
RomC 6691 Seynt Austyn seith a man may be 876
RomC 6701 And yit full many a monk laboureth, 886
RomC 6706 As many a wight may bere record, 892
RomC 6709 Telle how a man may begge at nede, 894
RomC 6716 If a man be so bestial 902
RomC 6747 Or if a man wolde undirtake 932
RomC 6785 He made a book, and lete it write, 970
RomC 6796 Under a cope of papelardie. " 980
RomC 6857 Where fyndest thou a swynker of labour 1042
RomC 6874 Hir paroch-prest nys but a beest 1058
RomC 6897 But doth not as they don a del; 1082
RomC 6947 That doth a good turn, out of drede, 1132
RomC 6951 A man thurgh hym avaunced be; 1136
RomC 6980 That is to me a gret lykyng. 1164
RomC 7008 Bet than a fish doth with his fynne. 1192
RomC 7025 Or if a wight out of mesure 1210
RomC 7050 He shal have of a corde a loigne, 1234
RomC 7050 He shal have of a corde a loigne, 1234
RomC 7054 A myle-wey aboute, and more; 1238
RomC 7060 Do maken up a tour of height, 1244
RomC 7097 A thousand and two hundred yeer, 1280
RomC 7099 Broughten a book, with sory grace, 1282
RomC 7123 And many a such comparisoun, 1306
RomC 7137 They nolde shewe more a del, 1320
RomC 7139 Til such a tyme that they may see 1322
RomC 7159 We wole a puple upon hym areyse, 1342
RomC 7259 That frouncen lyke a quaile pipe, 1442
RomC 7260 Or botis rivelyng as a gype; 1442
RomC 7265 To such folk shulde a prince hym yive, 1448
RomC 7290 Ye shulde have a stark lesyng 1472
RomC 7295 And seide, " Lo, heere a man aright 1478
RomC 7341 They wente hem forth, alle in a route, 1524
RomC 7362 As it were in a pilgrimage, 1544
RomC 7365 Tok on a robe of kamelyne, 1548
RomC 7366 And gan hir graithe as a Bygyne. 1548
RomC 7367 A large coverechief of thred 1550
RomC 7370 A peire of bedis eke she ber 1552
RomC 7371 Upon a las, all of whit thred, 1554
RomC 7373 But she ne bought hem never a del, 1556
RomC 7375 God wot, of a full hooly frere, 1558
RomC 7380 And many a sermoun seide hir to; 1562
RomC 7397 Of such a colour enlangoured 1580
RomC 7401 She had a burdown al of Thefte, 1584
RomC 7403 And a skryppe of Faynt Distresse, 1586
RomC 7408 Don on the cope of a frer, 1590
RomC 7412 About his necke he bar a byble, 1594
RomC 7415 He had of Treason a potente; 1598
RomC 7418 A rasour sharp and wel bytynge, 1600
RomC 7419 That was forged in a forge, 1602
RomC 7431 For he ne dredde hem not a del. 1614
RomC 7450 Thou woldest on a bok have sworn, 1632
RomC 7454 Was tho become a Jacobyn. 1636
RomC 7497 A short sermon unto you sayn. " 1680
RomC 7517 Thou spake a jape not longe ago, 1700
RomC 7519 Of a young man that here repayred, 1702
RomC 7536 That many a fals leasyng hath thought 1718
RomC 7550 He yeveth nat now therof a myte. 1732
RomC 7585 That han a lyer called me! 1768
RomC 7599 Why shulde men sey me such a thyng, 1782
RomC 7634 Though me hym thrilled with a spere; 1816
RomC 7670 Semblant, a good man semen ye, 1852
RomC 7684 A thousand tyme more pitee 1866