The Concordance
 
 "...............2
Compldam 24 I may wel singe, " In sory tyme I spende 24
Compldam 25 My lyf. " That song may have confusioun. 24
 
 --..............1
Compldam 30 In love -- nay, but in dispayr I dye! 30
 
 A...............7
Compldam 16 If that it were a thing possible to do 16
Compldam 20 Durste ever thinken in so hy a place. 20
Compldam 38 Than may I seyn right shortly in a clause, 38
Compldam 40 Though swich a wrecche as I be for hir deed. 40
Compldam 56 It was, ywis, a greet defaute in Kinde. 56
Compldam 73 To seyn a thing through which ye might be wroth; 72
Compldam 75 A trewer servaunt shulle ye never have; 74
 
 ACOMPTE.........1
Compldam 17 For to acompte youre beautee and goodnesse, 16
 
 AFFECCIOUN......1
Compldam 26 For mercy, pitee, and deep affeccioun, 26
 
 AL..............5
Compldam 11 And thus ye me from al my blisse exyle. 10
Compldam 27 I sey for me, for al my deedly chere, 26
Compldam 50 But certes, than is al my wonderinge, 50
Compldam 57 Yit is al this no lak to hir, pardee, 56
Compldam 63 And I assente al that hir list and lyketh. 62
 
 ALGATES.........1
Compldam 43 So that, algates, she is verray rote 42
 
 ALLAS...........3
Compldam 9 Ne, certes now; allas, allas the whyle! 8
Compldam 9 Ne, certes now; allas, allas the whyle! 8
Compldam 22 Allas, thus is my lyf brought to an ende; 22
 
 ALLE............1
Compldam 28 Alle thise diden, in that, me love yow dere. 28
 
 ALSO............1
Compldam 44 Of my disese and of my deth also, 44
 
 ALTHOUGH........2
Compldam 34 Hath nought to done although she do me sterve, 34
Compldam 91 And love hir best, although she do me sterve. 90
 
 ALWEY...........3
Compldam 41 Yet alwey two thinges doon me dye, 40
Compldam 82 Alwey in oon to love yow freshly newe, 82
Compldam 87 To hir, whos I am hool and shal alwey, 86
 
 AM..............3
Compldam 1 I, which that am the sorwefulleste man 0
Compldam 36 Than sithen I am of my sorwe the cause 36
Compldam 87 To hir, whos I am hool and shal alwey, 86
 
 AN..............1
Compldam 22 Allas, thus is my lyf brought to an ende; 22
 
 AND.............23
Compldam 3 And leest recoverer of himselven can, 2
Compldam 5 On hir that may to lyf and deeth me bringe, 4
Compldam 11 And thus ye me from al my blisse exyle. 10
Compldam 17 For to acompte youre beautee and goodnesse, 16
Compldam 26 For mercy, pitee, and deep affeccioun, 26
Compldam 29 And in this wyse and in dispayr I live 28
Compldam 29 And in this wyse and in dispayr I live 28
Compldam 37 And sithen I have this withoute hir reed, 36
Compldam 42 That is to seyn, hir beautee and myn ye'; 42
Compldam 44 Of my disese and of my deth also, 44
Compldam 53 The benignest and beste eek that Nature 52
Compldam 63 And I assente al that hir list and lyketh. 62
Compldam 63 And I assente al that hir list and lyketh. 62
Compldam 74 And, to that day that I be leyd in grave, 74
Compldam 76 And, though that I have pleyned unto you here, 76
Compldam 78 Ever have I been, and shal, how-so I wende, 78
Compldam 80 Ye been to me my ginning and myn ende, 80
Compldam 81 Sonne of the sterre bright and clere of hewe; 80
Compldam 83 By God and by my trouthe, is myn entente; 82
Compldam 87 To hir, whos I am hool and shal alwey, 86
Compldam 88 This woful song and this compleynte I make, 88
Compldam 90 And yit wol I evermore her serve 90
Compldam 91 And love hir best, although she do me sterve. 90
 
 ANY.............1
Compldam 70 In any word to your displesinge. 70
 
 ANYTHING........1
Compldam 71 Lothest of anything that ever was loth 70
 
 AS..............4
Compldam 40 Though swich a wrecche as I be for hir deed. 40
Compldam 52 As to my doom, that ever was livinge, 52
Compldam 64 Yet wolde I, as I dar, with sorwful herte 64
Compldam 72 Were me, as wisly God my soule save, 72
 
 ASSENTE.........1
Compldam 63 And I assente al that hir list and lyketh. 62
 
 ASTERTE.........1
Compldam 13 Ther never man on lyve mighte asterte; 12
 
 AT..............1
Compldam 47 But than is hir gladnesse at my wo? 46
 
 BE..............4
Compldam 40 Though swich a wrecche as I be for hir deed. 40
Compldam 45 For with oon word she mighte be my bote, 44
Compldam 73 To seyn a thing through which ye might be wroth; 72
Compldam 74 And, to that day that I be leyd in grave, 74
 
 BEAUTEE.........2
Compldam 17 For to acompte youre beautee and goodnesse, 16
Compldam 42 That is to seyn, hir beautee and myn ye'; 42
 
 BEEN............2
Compldam 78 Ever have I been, and shal, how-so I wende, 78
Compldam 80 Ye been to me my ginning and myn ende, 80
 
 BEGINNE.........1
Compldam 4 Beginne right thus my deedly compleininge 4
 
 BEHINDE.........1
Compldam 55 Why that she lefte Pite so behinde? 54
 
 BENIGNEST.......1
Compldam 53 The benignest and beste eek that Nature 52
 
 BEST............2
Compldam 7 That love hir best, but sleeth me for my trewthe. 6
Compldam 91 And love hir best, although she do me sterve. 90
 
 BESTE...........1
Compldam 53 The benignest and beste eek that Nature 52
 
 BISECHE.........1
Compldam 65 Biseche unto your meke womanhede 64
 
 BLAME...........2
Compldam 39 It is no blame unto hir womanheed 38
Compldam 58 But God or Nature sore wolde I blame. 58
 
 BLISSE..........1
Compldam 11 And thus ye me from al my blisse exyle. 10
 
 BOTE............1
Compldam 45 For with oon word she mighte be my bote, 44
 
 BRIGHT..........1
Compldam 81 Sonne of the sterre bright and clere of hewe; 80
 
 BRINGE..........1
Compldam 5 On hir that may to lyf and deeth me bringe, 4
 
 BROUGHT.........1
Compldam 22 Allas, thus is my lyf brought to an ende; 22
 
 BUT.............6
Compldam 7 That love hir best, but sleeth me for my trewthe. 6
Compldam 30 In love -- nay, but in dispayr I dye! 30
Compldam 31 But shal I thus yow my deeth foryive, 30
Compldam 47 But than is hir gladnesse at my wo? 46
Compldam 50 But certes, than is al my wonderinge, 50
Compldam 58 But God or Nature sore wolde I blame. 58
 
 BY..............4
Compldam 15 Sooth is, that wel I woot, by lyklinesse, 14
Compldam 67 Shewe by word, that ye wolde ones rede 66
Compldam 83 By God and by my trouthe, is myn entente; 82
Compldam 83 By God and by my trouthe, is myn entente; 82
 
 CAN.............2
Compldam 3 And leest recoverer of himselven can, 2
Compldam 8 Can I noght doon ne seye that may yow lyke? 8
 
 CAST............1
Compldam 12 Ye han me cast in thilke spitous yle 12
 
 CAUSE...........1
Compldam 36 Than sithen I am of my sorwe the cause 36
 
 CAUSELES........1
Compldam 32 That causeles doth me this sorwe drye? 32
 
 CERTES..........3
Compldam 9 Ne, certes now; allas, allas the whyle! 8
Compldam 33 Ye, certes, I! For she of my folye 32
Compldam 50 But certes, than is al my wonderinge, 50
 
 CHERE...........1
Compldam 27 I sey for me, for al my deedly chere, 26
 
 CHESEN..........1
Compldam 86 Whan every foughel chesen shal his make, 86
 
 CLAUSE..........1
Compldam 38 Than may I seyn right shortly in a clause, 38
 
 CLERE...........1
Compldam 81 Sonne of the sterre bright and clere of hewe; 80
 
 COMPLEININGE....1
Compldam 4 Beginne right thus my deedly compleininge 4
 
 COMPLEYNTE......3
Compldam 68 The compleynte of me, which ful sore I drede 68
Compldam 85 This compleynte on Seint Valentynes day, 84
Compldam 88 This woful song and this compleynte I make, 88