The Concordance
 
 A.................4
Ven 33 Jelosie be hanged by a cable! 32
Ven 41 A lytel tyme his yift ys agreable, 40
Ven 66 That Love so high a grace to the sente 66
Ven 79 And eke to me it ys a gret penaunce, 78
 
 ABEDDE............1
Ven 27 As wake abedde and fasten at the table, 26
 
 ABOUGHT...........1
Ven 37 Thus dere abought is Love in yevyng, 36
 
 AFTER.............1
Ven 75 Direct after my litel suffisaunce. 74
 
 AGREABLE..........2
Ven 41 A lytel tyme his yift ys agreable, 40
Ven 68 And most agreable unto myn entente. 68
 
 AL................9
Ven 6 Of him whos I am al, while I may dure. 6
Ven 17 And notwithstondyng al his suffisaunce, 16
Ven 20 And me to serve is al his besynesse, 20
Ven 32 Al the revers of any glad felyng. 32
Ven 34 She wolde al knowe thurgh her espying; 34
Ven 36 That al nys harm in her ymagenyng. 36
Ven 40 Al the revers of any glad felyng. 40
Ven 48 Al the revers of any glad felyng. 48
Ven 77 Hath of endyting al the subtilte 76
 
 ALLE..............1
Ven 67 To chese the worthieste in alle wise 66
 
 AM................4
Ven 2 When that I am in any hevynesse, 2
Ven 6 Of him whos I am al, while I may dure. 6
Ven 15 That I am his for ever, I him assure, 14
Ven 21 That I am set in verrey sikernesse. 20
 
 AN................1
Ven 47 And han wele ofte many an hard mischaunce, 46
 
 AND...............20
Ven 4 Upon the manhod and the worthynesse, 4
Ven 5 Upon the trouthe and on the stidfastnesse 4
Ven 17 And notwithstondyng al his suffisaunce, 16
Ven 20 And me to serve is al his besynesse, 20
Ven 23 Sith that him list me serven and honoure, 22
Ven 27 As wake abedde and fasten at the table, 26
Ven 28 Wepinge to laughe and singe in compleynyng, 28
Ven 29 And doun to caste visage and lokyng, 28
Ven 29 And doun to caste visage and lokyng, 28
Ven 30 Often to chaunge hewe and contenaunce, 30
Ven 31 Pleyne in slepyng and dremen at the daunce, 30
Ven 39 As sorwe ynogh and litil of plesaunce, 38
Ven 45 Thus be we ever in drede and sufferyng; 44
Ven 47 And han wele ofte many an hard mischaunce, 46
Ven 55 And therfore certes, to myn endyng day 54
Ven 57 And certis, Love, when I me wel avise 56
Ven 61 Now love wel, herte, and lok thou never stente, 60
Ven 62 And let the jelous putte it in assay 62
Ven 68 And most agreable unto myn entente. 68
Ven 79 And eke to me it ys a gret penaunce, 78
 
 ANY...............6
Ven 2 When that I am in any hevynesse, 2
Ven 10 Wel more then any mannes wit can gesse, 10
Ven 32 Al the revers of any glad felyng. 32
Ven 40 Al the revers of any glad felyng. 40
Ven 48 Al the revers of any glad felyng. 48
Ven 58 On any estat that man may represente, 58
 
 AS................3
Ven 3 As for to have leyser of remembraunce 2
Ven 27 As wake abedde and fasten at the table, 26
Ven 39 As sorwe ynogh and litil of plesaunce, 38
 
 ASSAY.............1
Ven 62 And let the jelous putte it in assay 62
 
 ASSENTE...........1
Ven 52 That for to lete of wil I never assente; 52
 
 ASSURE............1
Ven 15 That I am his for ever, I him assure, 14
 
 AT................2
Ven 27 As wake abedde and fasten at the table, 26
Ven 31 Pleyne in slepyng and dremen at the daunce, 30
 
 AVAUNCE...........1
Ven 11 For grace hath wold so ferforth hym avaunce 10
 
 AVENTURE..........1
Ven 22 Thus oghte I blesse wel myn aventure 22
 
 AVISE.............1
Ven 57 And certis, Love, when I me wel avise 56
 
 BE................2
Ven 33 Jelosie be hanged by a cable! 32
Ven 45 Thus be we ever in drede and sufferyng; 44
 
 BEN...............1
Ven 51 For I so longe have ben in your servise 50
 
 BENIGNITE.........1
Ven 74 Unto your excelent benignite 74
 
 BEREFT............1
Ven 78 Wel nygh bereft out of my remembraunce, 78
 
 BEST..............4
Ven 56 To love hym best ne shal I never repente. 56
Ven 60 Chese the best that ever on erthe wente. 60
Ven 64 To love him best ne shal I never repente. 64
Ven 72 To love hym best ne shal I never repente. 72
 
 BESYNESSE.........1
Ven 20 And me to serve is al his besynesse, 20
 
 BLAME.............1
Ven 7 Ther oghte blame me no creature, 6
 
 BLESSE............1
Ven 22 Thus oghte I blesse wel myn aventure 22
 
 BOUNTE............1
Ven 9 In him is bounte, wysdom, governaunce, 8
 
 BUT...............2
Ven 42 But ful encomberous is the usyng, 42
Ven 49 But certes, Love, I sey not in such wise 48
 
 BY................2
Ven 33 Jelosie be hanged by a cable! 32
Ven 81 To folowe word by word the curiosite 80
 
 BYE...............1
Ven 26 That men ful dere bye thy nobil thing, 26
 
 CABLE.............1
Ven 33 Jelosie be hanged by a cable! 32
 
 CAN...............1
Ven 10 Wel more then any mannes wit can gesse, 10
 
 CASTE.............1
Ven 29 And doun to caste visage and lokyng, 28
 
 CAUSETH...........1
Ven 44 Ful often tyme causeth desturbyng. 44
 
 CERTES............2
Ven 49 But certes, Love, I sey not in such wise 48
Ven 55 And therfore certes, to myn endyng day 54
 
 CERTIS............2
Ven 25 Now certis, Love, hit is right covenable 24
Ven 57 And certis, Love, when I me wel avise 56
 
 CHAUNGE...........1
Ven 30 Often to chaunge hewe and contenaunce, 30
 
 CHESE.............2
Ven 60 Chese the best that ever on erthe wente. 60
Ven 67 To chese the worthieste in alle wise 66
 
 COMFORT...........1
Ven 1 Ther nys so high comfort to my pleasaunce, 0
 
 COMPLEYNT.........2
Ven 71 Thus wol I ende this compleynt or this lay; 70
Ven 73 Princes, receyveth this compleynt in gre, 72
 
 COMPLEYNYNG.......1
Ven 28 Wepinge to laughe and singe in compleynyng, 28
 
 CONTENAUNCE.......2
Ven 19 To me in word, in werk, in contenaunce, 18
Ven 30 Often to chaunge hewe and contenaunce, 30
 
 COVENABLE.........1
Ven 25 Now certis, Love, hit is right covenable 24
 
 CREATURE..........1
Ven 7 Ther oghte blame me no creature, 6
 
 CURIOSITE.........1
Ven 81 To folowe word by word the curiosite 80
 
 DAUNCE............1
Ven 31 Pleyne in slepyng and dremen at the daunce, 30
 
 DAY...............1
Ven 55 And therfore certes, to myn endyng day 54
 
 DECEYVABLE........1
Ven 43 For subtil Jelosie, the deceyvable, 42
 
 DERE..............2
Ven 26 That men ful dere bye thy nobil thing, 26
Ven 37 Thus dere abought is Love in yevyng, 36
 
 DESTURBYNG........1
Ven 44 Ful often tyme causeth desturbyng. 44
 
 DIRECT............1
Ven 75 Direct after my litel suffisaunce. 74
 
 DOTH..............1
Ven 35 Ther doth no wyght nothing so resonable 34
 
 DOUN..............1
Ven 29 And doun to caste visage and lokyng, 28
 
 DREDE.............1
Ven 45 Thus be we ever in drede and sufferyng; 44
 
 DREMEN............1
Ven 31 Pleyne in slepyng and dremen at the daunce, 30