The Concordance
 
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Buk 4 As who saith, " No man is al trewe, " I gesse. 216
Buk 4 As who saith, " No man is al trewe, " I gesse. 216
Compldam 24 I may wel singe, " In sory tyme I spende 268
Compldam 25 My lyf. " That song may have confusioun. 268
For 29 Sey thus: " Graunt mercy of thyn haboundaunce 364
For 30 That thou hast lent or this. " Why wolt thou stryve? 364
For 67 That same thing " Fortune " clepen ye, 402
For 67 That same thing " Fortune " clepen ye, 402
Mars 57 Then seyde he thus, " Myn hertes lady swete, 682
Mars 63 For al your lust is ese to myn herte. " 688
Mars 90 Enbraceth Mars and seyde, " Alas, I dye! 714
Mars 91 The torche is come that al this world wol wrie. " 716
Mars 136 He seyde, " O lady bryght, Venus, alas, 760
Mars 140 Throgh jelous Phebus this mysaventure. " 764
Pity 70 That hyghte " Beaute apertenant to Grace. " 1032
Pity 70 That hyghte " Beaute apertenant to Grace. " 1032
Ros 15 " Suffyseth me to love you, Rosemounde, 1130
Ros 16 Thogh ye to me ne do no daliaunce. " 1130
Scog 35 " Lo, olde Grisel lyst to ryme and playe! " 1174
Scog 35 " Lo, olde Grisel lyst to ryme and playe! " 1174
 
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ABC 47 Thin enemy and myn -- ladi, tak heede -- 46
ABC 47 Thin enemy and myn -- ladi, tak heede -- 46
ABC 148 Receyve me -- I can no ferther fleen. 148
ABC 167 And yit he wole not my dampnacioun -- 166
Compldam 30 In love -- nay, but in dispayr I dye! 274
Gent 1 The firste stok, fader of gentilesse -- 478
Lady 86 For wel I wot -- allas -- that wil nat be; 584
Lady 86 For wel I wot -- allas -- that wil nat be; 584
Mars 12 The glade nyght ys worth an hevy morowe -- 636
Mars 15 Yet sang this foul -- I rede yow al awake, 640
Mars 65 That dwelleth in solitude til she come -- 690
Mars 67 Counseyled hym ther, ne seyde to hym welcome -- 692
Mars 106 O woful Mars -- alas -- what maist thou seyn, 730
Mars 106 O woful Mars -- alas -- what maist thou seyn, 730
Mars 114 With voide cours for fere of Phebus lyght -- 738
Mars 115 Alas -- and ther ne hath she no socour, 740
Mars 168 For evermore -- how dere I have hit boght -- 792
Mars 168 For evermore -- how dere I have hit boght -- 792
Mars 176 Of riche aray -- how dere men hit selle! -- 800
Mars 176 Of riche aray -- how dere men hit selle! -- 800
Mars 270 Myn oune deth -- him wite I that I dye, 894
Pity 4 Withoute deth -- and yf I shal not feyne, 966
Pity 30 That no wight woot that she is ded, but I -- 992
Pity 31 So many men as in her tyme hir knewe -- 992
Pity 66 Under colour of womanly Beaute -- 1028
Pity 67 For men shulde not, lo, knowe hir tirannye -- 1028
Pity 117 Sith ye be ded -- allas that hyt is soo -- 1078
Pity 117 Sith ye be ded -- allas that hyt is soo -- 1078
Scog 36 Nay, Scogan, say not so, for I m' excuse -- 1174
Scog 37 God helpe me so! -- in no rym, dowteles, 1176
Scog 46 Forgete in solytarie wildernesse -- 1184
 
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ABC 20 Han take on me a greevous accioun 20
ABC 34 For heer-biforn ful ofte in many a wyse 34
ABC 45 Al have I ben a beste in wil and deede, 44
ABC 58 Bicome a man, to have oure alliaunce, 58
ABC 67 For whan a soule falleth in errour 66
ABC 90 Brenninge, of which ther never a stikke brende, 90
ABC 116 He not to werre us swich a wonder wroughte, 116
ABC 172 Right soo thi Sone list as a lamb to deye. 172
Buk 3 He nat a word answerde to that axing, 214
Buk 17 But yet, lest thow do worse, take a wyf; 228
Compldam 16 If that it were a thing possible to do 260
Compldam 20 Durste ever thinken in so hy a place. 264
Compldam 38 Than may I seyn right shortly in a clause, 282
Compldam 40 Though swich a wrecche as I be for hir deed. 284
Compldam 56 It was, ywis, a greet defaute in Kinde. 300
Compldam 73 To seyn a thing through which ye might be wroth; 316
Compldam 75 A trewer servaunt shulle ye never have; 318
For 23 I knowe hir eek a fals dissimulour, 358
For 43 Woltow than make a statut on thy quene 378
For 58 For I thee lente a drope of my richesse, 392
FormAge 1 A blisful lyf, a paisible and a swete, 414
FormAge 1 A blisful lyf, a paisible and a swete, 414
FormAge 1 A blisful lyf, a paisible and a swete, 414
Lady 15 This Love, that hath me set in such a place 512
Lady 107 Yit have ye wonne theron but a smal. 604
Lady 111 A trewer servant to yow than am I, 608
Mars 8 Wyth teres blewe and with a wounded herte 632
Mars 13 Seynt Valentyne, a foul thus herde I synge 638
Mars 26 Fro fresshe Venus in a morwenynge, 650
Mars 33 And as a maistresse taught him his lessoun, 658
Mars 51 Be lokyng moost; til hyt fil on a tyde 676
Mars 52 That by her bothe assent was set a stevene 676
Mars 80 A certeyn tyme, til him fel a drede 704
Mars 80 A certeyn tyme, til him fel a drede 704
Mars 119 Within the gate she fledde into a cave. 744
Mars 122 A naturel day in derk I lete her duelle. 746
Mars 126 He ne roghte not a myte for to dye. 750
Mars 134 After he walketh softely a paas, 758
Mars 137 That evere so wyd a compas ys my spere! 762
Mars 156 That yf a wight shal pleyne pitously, 780
Mars 199 For love so many a perilous aventure! 824
Mars 202 In many a cas hem tydeth ofte sorowe. 826
Mars 209 But what availeth such a long sermoun 834
Mars 227 And thogh he made a lover love a thing 852
Mars 227 And thogh he made a lover love a thing 852
Mars 231 And that is wonder, that so juste a kyng 856
Mars 237 And lyk a fissher, as men alday may se, 862
Mars 239 Til many a fissh ys wod til that he be 864
Mars 245 The broche of Thebes was of such a kynde, 870
Mars 256 For he so feir a tresor had forgo; 880
Mars 268 That putte such a beaute in her face, 892
Mars 274 Al be I not worthy to so gret a name, 898
MercB 29 Sin I am free, I counte him not a bene. 952
MercB 39 [Sin I am free, I counte him not a bene]. 962
Pity 9 Had evere in oon a tyme sought to speke, 970
Pity 16 Ded as a ston while that the swogh me laste; 978
Pity 43 A compleynt had I, writen in myn hond, 1004
Pity 44 For to have put to Pite as a bille; 1006
Pity 86 Youre renoun ys fordoo than in a throwe; 1048
Ros 6 That at a revel whan that I see you daunce, 1120
Ros 9 For thogh I wepe of teres ful a tyne, 1124
Scog 5 As may in erthe a mortal creature. 1144
Scog 10 Ne myght a drope of teeres doun escape. 1148
Sted 10 For among us now a man is holde unable, 1198
Sted 19 The world hath mad a permutacioun 1206
Truth 9 In trust of hir that turneth as a bal; 1224
Truth 16 The wrastling for this world axeth a fal. 1232
Ven 33 Jelosie be hanged by a cable! 1276
Ven 41 A lytel tyme his yift ys agreable, 1284
Ven 66 That Love so high a grace to the sente 1310
Ven 79 And eke to me it ys a gret penaunce, 1322
WomUnc 2 Many a servaunt have ye put out of grace. 1360
WomUnc 5 Ye can not love ful half yeer in a place, 1362
WomUnc 8 Right as a mirour nothing may impresse, 1366
WomUnc 12 But as a wedercok, that turneth his face 1370