The Concordance
 
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Tr 1 13 A woful wight to han a drery feere, 12
Tr 1 13 A woful wight to han a drery feere, 12
Tr 1 14 And to a sorwful tale, a sory chere. 14
Tr 1 14 And to a sorwful tale, a sory chere. 14
Tr 1 52 Now herkneth with a good entencioun, 52
Tr 1 58 In armes with a thousand shippes wente 58
Tr 1 65 Dwellynge a lord of gret auctorite, 64
Tr 1 66 A gret devyn, that clepid was Calkas, 66
Tr 1 73 That Grekes sholden swich a peple brynge, 72
Tr 1 97 For bothe a widewe was she and allone 96
Tr 1 103 That lik a thing inmortal semed she, 102
Tr 1 115 And that she was so fair a creature; 114
Tr 1 143 For it were a long digression 142
Tr 1 153 Thei hadde a relik, heet Palladion, 152
Tr 1 163 In general ther wente many a wight, 162
Tr 1 165 And namely, so many a lusty knyght, 164
Tr 1 166 So many a lady fressh and mayden bright, 166
Tr 1 171 Right as oure firste lettre is now an A, 170
Tr 1 175 Nor under cloude blak so bright a sterre 174
Tr 1 199 And which a labour folk han in wynnynge 198
Tr 1 210 And yet as proud a pekok kan he pulle. 210
Tr 1 220 Til he a lasshe have of the longe whippe -- 220
Tr 1 226 Though he a worthy kynges sone were, 226
Tr 1 229 Yet with a look his herte wex a-fere, 228
Tr 1 254 And is a thing so vertuous in kynde, 254
Tr 1 271 And upon cas bifel that thorugh a route 270
Tr 1 291 Hire look a lite aside in swich manere, 290
Tr 1 294 That nevere thoughte hym seen so good a syghte. 294
Tr 1 338 But it a sely fewe pointes be; 338
Tr 1 349 Be wroth, than shaltow have a groyn anon. 348
Tr 1 365 Thus gan he make a mirour of his mynde 364
Tr 1 368 It was to hym a right good aventure 368
Tr 1 389 And on a song anon-right to bygynne, 388
Tr 1 403 If it be wikke, a wonder thynketh me, 402
Tr 1 416 Al sterelees withinne a boot am I 416
Tr 1 429 As in a place unto youre vertu digne; 428
Tr 1 441 That sexti tyme a day he loste his hewe. 440
Tr 1 457 That to hymself a thousand tyme he seyde, 456
Tr 1 488 Therfor a title he gan him for to borwe 488
Tr 1 491 And seyde he hadde a fevere and ferde amys. 490
Tr 1 505 But whan he hadde a space from his care, 504
Tr 1 528 A, Lord, to me it were a gret comfort; 528
Tr 1 528 A, Lord, to me it were a gret comfort; 528
Tr 1 531 I shal byjaped ben a thousand tyme 530
Tr 1 546 A thousand fold his wo gan multiplie. 546
Tr 1 548 A frend of his that called was Pandare 548
Tr 1 566 Ther nas a man of gretter hardinesse 566
Tr 1 586 Ne do thow nevere swich a crueltee 586
Tr 1 587 To hiden fro thi frend so gret a care! 586
Tr 1 608 That to ben slayn it were a gretter joie 608
Tr 1 621 " This were a wonder thing, " quod Troilus; 620
Tr 1 628 I have myself ek seyn a blynd man goo 628
Tr 1 630 A fool may ek a wis-man ofte gide. 630
Tr 1 630 A fool may ek a wis-man ofte gide. 630
Tr 1 631 " A wheston is no kervyng instrument, 630
Tr 1 655 Wrot in a compleynte of hir hevynesse. 654
Tr 1 663 For love hadde hym so bounden in a snare, 662
Tr 1 686 A man to love, tyl that hym list to leve. 686
Tr 1 690 For to trusten som wight is a preve 690
Tr 1 696 And sith thow hast a felawe, tel thi mone; 696
Tr 1 730 " What! Slombrestow as in a litargie? 730
Tr 1 740 For it is seyd, " Men maketh ofte a yerde 740
Tr 1 747 Ek som tyme it is a craft to seme fle 746
Tr 1 796 As muche as speke a resoun moore or lesse, 796
Tr 1 798 What womman koude loven swich a wrecche? 798
Tr 1 803 Lord, which a thonk than shaltow han of this! 802
Tr 1 807 But love a womman that she woot it nought, 806
Tr 1 810 What, many a man hath love ful deere ybought 810
Tr 1 818 And thynk it is a guerdon hire to serve, 818
Tr 1 819 A thousand fold moore than he kan deserve. " 818
Tr 1 824 But bothe don unmanhod and a synne, 824
Tr 1 868 " A ha! " quod Pandare; " Here bygynneth game. " 868
Tr 1 883 " Ne nevere saugh a more bountevous 882
Tr 1 884 Of hire estat, n' a gladder, ne of speche 884
Tr 1 885 A frendlyer, n' a more gracious 884
Tr 1 885 A frendlyer, n' a more gracious 884
Tr 1 889 A kynges herte semeth by hyrs a wrecche. 888
Tr 1 889 A kynges herte semeth by hyrs a wrecche. 888
Tr 1 893 A man to have pees with hymself, ywis. 892
Tr 1 895 To love wel, and in a worthy place; 894
Tr 1 905 That thow biset art in so good a place; 904
Tr 1 907 The sholde nevere han tid thus fayr a grace. 906
Tr 1 916 And som, thow seydest, hadde a blaunche fevere, 916
Tr 1 927 And thoughten that it was a siker art, 926
Tr 1 936 Quod Troilus, " A, lord! I me consente, 936
Tr 1 941 And sithen thow hast wopen many a drope, 940
Tr 1 964 As plaunte a tree or herbe, in sondry wyse, 964
Tr 1 973 I hope of this to maken a good ende. 972
Tr 1 986 A worthi knyght to loven and cherice, 986
Tr 1 987 And but she do, I holde it for a vice. 986
Tr 1 992 And konne it counseil kepe in swych a wyse 992
Tr 1 996 A good conceyte in my wit, as I gesse, 996
Tr 1 1003 That erren aldermost ayeyn a lawe, 1002
Tr 1 1023 Quod Pandarus, " Thow hast a ful gret care 1022
Tr 1 1027 For Goddes love, I bidde the a boone: 1026
Tr 1 1064 And fynde a tyme therto, and a place. 1064
Tr 1 1064 And fynde a tyme therto, and a place. 1064
Tr 1 1067 With rakel hond, but he wol bide a stounde, 1066
Tr 1 1085 And ecch of tho gan for a vertu chaunge. 1084
Tr 1 1086 Now lat us stynte of Troilus a stounde, 1086
Tr 1 1087 That fareth lik a man that hurt is soore, 1086
Tr 2 21 A blynd man kan nat juggen wel in hewis. 1112
Tr 2 23 Withinne a thousand yeer, and wordes tho 1114
Tr 2 61 So shop it that hym fil that day a teene 1152
Tr 2 63 And made, er it was day, ful many a wente. 1154
Tr 2 64 The swalowe Proigne, with a sorowful lay, 1156
Tr 2 67 Pandare abedde, half in a slomberynge, 1158
Tr 2 82 Withinne a paved parlour, and they thre 1174
Tr 2 83 Herden a mayden reden hem the geste 1174
Tr 2 114 Is that a widewes lif, so God yow save? 1206
Tr 2 117 It satte me wel bet ay in a cave 1208
Tr 2 121 " Yet koude I telle a thyng to doon yow pleye. " 1212
Tr 2 126 It is a thing wel bet than swyche fyve. " 1218
Tr 2 142 A thousand fold, and down hire eyghen caste; 1234
Tr 2 145 And with a syk she seyde hym atte laste, 1236
Tr 2 156 " Save in his arm he hath a litel wownde; 1248
Tr 2 165 A kynges sone in armes wel to do, 1256
Tr 2 177 In al this world ther nys a bettre knyght 1268
Tr 2 180 This knoweth many a wis and worthi wight. 1272
Tr 2 193 For nevere yet so thikke a swarm of been 1284
Tr 2 225 " A, wel bithought! For love of God, " quod she, 1316
Tr 2 231 Than seye a soth that were ayeyns youre wille. 1322
Tr 2 254 And Pandarus to coghe gan a lite, 1346
Tr 2 266 And seyde, " On swich a mirour goode grace! " 1358
Tr 2 268 Aught harde, or make a proces any whyle, 1360
Tr 2 274 And loked on hire in a bysi wyse, 1366
Tr 2 287 And swich a wight is for to blame, I gesse. 1378
Tr 2 294 If that yow list -- a wight so wel bygon. 1386
Tr 2 336 Allas, that God yow swich a beaute sente! 1428
Tr 2 340 Namoore than of a japer or a wrecche -- 1432
Tr 2 340 Namoore than of a japer or a wrecche -- 1432
Tr 2 342 To make amendes of so cruel a dede; 1434
Tr 2 372 " What, who wol demen, though he se a man 1464
Tr 2 384 So lat youre daunger sucred ben a lite, 1476
Tr 2 394 In ech of yow a partie of beautee; 1486
Tr 2 397 Lat this proverbe a loore unto yow be: 1488
Tr 2 401 Whan that hym thinketh a womman berth hire hye, 1492
Tr 2 404 And sende yow than a myrour in to prye, 1496
Tr 2 405 In which that ye may se youre face a morwe!' 1496
Tr 2 429 " A, may it be no bet? " quod Pandarus; 1520
Tr 2 463 And with a sorowful sik she sayde thrie, 1554
Tr 2 464 " A, Lord! What me is tid a sory chaunce! 1556
Tr 2 464 " A, Lord! What me is tid a sory chaunce! 1556
Tr 2 465 For myn estat lith in a jupartie, 1556
Tr 2 478 Ne love a man ne kan I naught ne may 1570
Tr 2 484 " And here I make a protestacioun 1576
Tr 2 505 Tho Pandarus a litel gan to smyle, 1596
Tr 2 508 In-with the paleis gardyn, by a welle, 1600
Tr 2 509 Gan he and I wel half a day to dwelle, 1600
Tr 2 548 Who sey evere or this so dul a man?' 1640
Tr 2 552 Yet made he tho as fresshe a countenaunce 1644
Tr 2 608 A womman so, his herte may tobreste, 1700
Tr 2 615 " A, go we se! Cast up the yates wyde! 1706
Tr 2 627 On which he rood a pas ful softely. 1718
Tr 2 628 But swich a knyghtly sighte trewely 1720
Tr 2 631 So lik a man of armes and a knyght 1722
Tr 2 631 So lik a man of armes and a knyght 1722
Tr 2 633 For bothe he hadde a body and a myght 1724
Tr 2 633 For bothe he hadde a body and a myght 1724
Tr 2 639 That by a tyssew heng his bak byhynde; 1730
Tr 2 645 For which he wex a litel reed for shame 1736
Tr 2 647 That to byholde it was a noble game 1738
Tr 2 664 Was al for hire, and thoughte it was a routhe 1756
Tr 2 667 " This was a sodeyn love; how myght it be 1758
Tr 2 671 For every thing a gynnyng hath it nede 1762
Tr 2 684 And soth to seyne, she nas not al a foo 1776
Tr 2 687 Now lat us stynte of Troilus a throwe, 1778
Tr 2 706 In honestee with swich a lord to deele, 1798
Tr 2 716 For though a man forbede dronkenesse, 1808
Tr 2 725 To wis is he to doon so gret a vice; 1816
Tr 2 728 He shal me nevere bynde in swich a clause. 1820
Tr 2 729 " Now sette a caas: the hardest is, ywys, 1820
Tr 2 743 " Ne me to love, a wonder is it nought; 1834
Tr 2 766 And that a cloude is put with wynd to flighte, 1858
Tr 2 767 Which oversprat the sonne as for a space, 1858
Tr 2 768 A cloudy thought gan thorugh hire soule pace, 1860
Tr 2 788 So cesseth love, and forth to love a newe. 1880
Tr 2 815 And up and down ther made many a wente -- 1906
Tr 2 818 And other of hire wommen, a gret route, 1910
Tr 2 825 Gan on a Troian song to singen cleere, 1916
Tr 2 863 Though that a man, for fieblesse of his yen, 1954
Tr 2 918 A nyghtyngale, upon a cedre grene, 2010
Tr 2 918 A nyghtyngale, upon a cedre grene, 2010
Tr 2 921 Peraunter in his briddes wise a lay 2012
Tr 2 964 Algate a foot is hameled of thi sorwe! " 2056
Tr 2 977 A thousand Troyes whoso that me yave, 2068
Tr 2 1003 A thousand fold, but if I were as thow, 2094
Tr 2 1006 A lettre, in which I wolde hire tellen how 2098
Tr 2 1011 Worth thow upon a courser right anon -- 2102
Tr 2 1027 Biblotte it with thi teris ek a lite; 2118
Tr 2 1028 And if thow write a goodly word al softe, 2120
Tr 2 1041 For if a peyntour wolde peynte a pyk 2132
Tr 2 1041 For if a peyntour wolde peynte a pyk 2132
Tr 2 1043 It cordeth naught, so were it but a jape. " 2134
Tr 2 1045 But, as a dredful lovere, he seyde this: 2136
Tr 2 1089 Therwith a thousand tymes er he lette 2180
Tr 2 1091 And seyde, " Lettre, a blisful destine 2182
Tr 2 1098 I may naught slepe nevere a Mayes morwe; 2190
Tr 2 1099 I have a joly wo, a lusty sorwe. " 2190
Tr 2 1099 I have a joly wo, a lusty sorwe. " 2190
Tr 2 1111 Ther is right now come into town a gest, 2202
Tr 2 1112 A Greek espie, and telleth newe thinges, 2204
Tr 2 1115 Al pryvely, of this a long sermoun. " 2206
Tr 2 1137 To seyn a sooth; now were it covenable 2228
Tr 2 1147 Wolde I a lettre unto yow brynge or take 2238
Tr 2 1165 And seyde, " Nece, I have so gret a pyne 2256
Tr 2 1180 But Pandarus, that in a studye stood, 2272
Tr 2 1215 And into a closet, for t' avise hire bettre, 2306
Tr 2 1217 Out of desdaynes prisoun but a lite, 2308
Tr 2 1218 And sette hire down, and gan a lettre write, 2310
Tr 2 1228 And down she sette hire by hym on a stoon 2320
Tr 2 1229 Of jaspre, upon a quysshyn gold-ybete, 2320
Tr 2 1263 God woot wher he was lik a manly knyght! 2354
Tr 2 1272 To God hope I, she hath now kaught a thorn, 2364
Tr 2 1278 Tel me that I shal axen yow a lite: 2370
Tr 2 1279 A womman that were of his deth to wite, 2370
Tr 2 1292 To graunten hym so gret a libertee. 2384
Tr 2 1299 What sholde I make of this a long sermoun? 2390
Tr 2 1306 That lay, as do thise lovers, in a traunce 2398
Tr 2 1314 A charme that was sent right now to the, 2406
Tr 2 1320 Have here a light, and loke on al this blake. " 2412
Tr 2 1335 Or as an ook comth of a litil spir, 2426
Tr 2 1346 That til a lovere longeth in this cas; 2438
Tr 2 1364 That thow shalt come into a certeyn place, 2456
Tr 2 1369 A man to han a layser for to preye, 2460
Tr 2 1369 A man to han a layser for to preye, 2460
Tr 2 1375 To have a manere routhe upon my woo, 2466
Tr 2 1391 Men shal rejoissen of a gret empryse 2482
Tr 2 1395 A thing now which that I shal axen the: 2486
Tr 2 1407 Frend to a cause which that toucheth me. " 2498
Tr 2 1414 Ayeins a thing that myghte the forthynke. " 2506
Tr 2 1416 " Lo, sire, I have a lady in this town, 2508
Tr 2 1501 Somtyme a man mot telle his owen peyne. 2592
Tr 2 1550 To ben a frend and helpyng to Criseyde. 2642
Tr 2 1553 But swich a nede was to preye hym thenne, 2644
Tr 2 1554 As for to bidde a wood man for to renne! 2646
Tr 2 1579 A leche anon, and seyde, " In this manere 2670
Tr 2 1585 To preise a man, and up with pris hym reise 2676
Tr 2 1586 A thousand fold yet heigher than the sonne: 2678
Tr 2 1594 To mowen swich a knyght don lyve or dye? 2686
Tr 2 1599 And gonne a while of this and that devise. 2690
Tr 2 1615 He rong hem out a proces lik a belle 2706
Tr 2 1615 He rong hem out a proces lik a belle 2706
Tr 2 1633 By cause, lo, that she a lady is. 2724
Tr 2 1655 But it were I, for I kan in a throwe 2746
Tr 2 1683 Whan it was seyd, soone after in a while, 2774
Tr 2 1697 The copie of a tretys and a lettre 2788
Tr 2 1697 The copie of a tretys and a lettre 2788
Tr 2 1699 If swych a man was worthi to ben ded, 2790
Tr 2 1700 Woot I nought who; but in a grisly wise 2792
Tr 2 1705 Downward a steire, into an herber greene. 2796
Tr 2 1745 The folk devyne at waggyng of a stree; 2836
Tr 2 1748 Spak swych a word; thus loked he, and he! 2840
Tr 2 1752 Was Troilus nought in a kankedort, 2844
Tr 3 20 And in a thousand formes down hym sente 2868
Tr 3 27 And heighe or lowe, after a wight entendeth, 2876
Tr 3 36 Ye folk a lawe han set in universe, 2884
Tr 3 65 " Ha, a, " quod Troilus so reufully, 2914
Tr 3 88 Or was to bold, to synge a fool a masse. 2936
Tr 3 88 Or was to bold, to synge a fool a masse. 2936
Tr 3 99 And stynte a while, and whan he myghte out brynge, 2948
Tr 3 149 And resonable, a lady for to werne! 2998
Tr 3 151 Were I a god, ye sholden sterve as yerne, 3000
Tr 3 158 With nevere a word, but seyde hym softely, 3006
Tr 3 170 " A kynges sone although ye be, ywys, 3018
Tr 3 181 For every wo ye shal recovere a blisse " -- 3030
Tr 3 200 " For ther have ye a leiser for to telle. " 3048
Tr 3 229 And on a paillet al that glade nyght 3078
Tr 3 237 And gan to speken in a sobre wyse 3086
Tr 3 250 For the have I bigonne a gamen pleye 3098
Tr 3 252 Although he were a thousand fold my brother. 3100
Tr 3 254 Bitwixen game and ernest, swich a meene 3102
Tr 3 281 " Wherfore, er I wol ferther gon a pas, 3130
Tr 3 297 A thousand olde stories the allegge 3146
Tr 3 300 Ayeins that vice, for to ben a labbe, 3148
Tr 3 303 Hath mad ful many a lady bright of hewe 3152
Tr 3 305 And many a maydes sorwe for to newe; 3154
Tr 3 309 " Avauntour and a lyere, al is on; 3158
Tr 3 310 As thus: I pose, a womman grante me 3158
Tr 3 334 I shal thi proces set in swych a kynde, 3182
Tr 3 389 A thousand tymes on a morwe sterve. 3238
Tr 3 389 A thousand tymes on a morwe sterve. 3238
Tr 3 397 I sholde wene it were a bauderye. 3246
Tr 3 408 That this servise a shame be or jape, 3256
Tr 3 438 This is to seyn, in armes as a knyght; 3286
Tr 3 456 But it was spoken in so short a wise, 3304
Tr 3 479 That wel she felte he was to hire a wal 3328
Tr 3 495 I trowe it were a long thyng for to here -- 3344
Tr 3 504 How sholde I thanne a lyne of it endite? 3352
Tr 3 518 Hadde out of doute a tyme to it founde. 3366
Tr 3 532 A certeyn houre, in which she comen sholde. 3380
Tr 3 540 And moste at swich a temple allone wake, 3388
Tr 3 550 Whan lightles is the world a nyght or tweyne, 3398
Tr 3 574 Me were levere a thousand fold to dye. " 3422
Tr 3 596 With a certein of hire owen men, 3444
Tr 3 601 Thorughout a litel wyndow in a stewe, 3450
Tr 3 601 Thorughout a litel wyndow in a stewe, 3450
Tr 3 626 That swych a reyn from heven gan avale 3474
Tr 3 628 Hadde of that smoky reyn a verray feere; 3476
Tr 3 630 " Now were it tyme a lady to gon henne! 3478
Tr 3 637 To wende as now, it were to me a shame. " 3486
Tr 3 639 As half a world, took hede of his preiere; 3488
Tr 3 640 And syn it ron, and al was on a flod, 3488
Tr 3 642 And graunte it gladly with a frendes chere, 3490
Tr 3 643 And have a thonk, as grucche and thanne abide; 3492
Tr 3 650 " Were it a game or no, soth for to telle, 3498
Tr 3 657 This were a weder for to slepen inne -- 3506
Tr 3 694 But Pandarus, that wel koude ech a deel 3542
Tr 3 708 Quod Pandarus, " Ne drede the nevere a deel, 3556
Tr 3 740 But bid, and lat me gon biforn a lite. " 3588
Tr 3 741 And with that word he gan undon a trappe, 3590
Tr 3 747 And Pandarus, with a ful sobre cheere, 3596
Tr 3 764 " It is nought good a slepyng hound to wake, 3612
Tr 3 765 Ne yeve a wight a cause to devyne: 3614
Tr 3 765 Ne yeve a wight a cause to devyne: 3614
Tr 3 773 That for to holde in love a man in honde, 3622
Tr 3 775 And maken hym an howve above a calle -- 3624
Tr 3 777 She doth hireself a shame and hym a gyle. 3626
Tr 3 777 She doth hireself a shame and hym a gyle. 3626
Tr 3 787 Is thorugh a goter, by a pryve wente, 3636
Tr 3 787 Is thorugh a goter, by a pryve wente, 3636
Tr 3 796 He seith hym told is of a frend of his, 3644
Tr 3 801 And with a sik she sorwfully answerde, 3650
Tr 3 815 Imedled is with many a bitternesse! 3664
Tr 3 832 And if to lese his joie he sette a myte, 3680
Tr 3 850 " To-morwe? Allas, that were a fair! " quod he; 3698
Tr 3 856 For whan a chaumbre afire is or an halle, 3704
Tr 3 860 A, benedicite! For al among that fare 3708
Tr 3 890 " A ryng? " quod he, " Ye haselwodes shaken! 3738
Tr 3 891 Ye, nece myn, that ryng moste han a stoon 3740
Tr 3 893 And swich a ryng trowe I that ye have non. 3742
Tr 3 899 But if a fool were in a jalous rage, 3748
Tr 3 899 But if a fool were in a jalous rage, 3748
Tr 3 900 I nolde setten at his sorwe a myte, 3748
Tr 3 901 But feffe hym with a fewe wordes white 3750
Tr 3 919 And ek so like a sooth at prime face, 3768
Tr 3 922 That though that she did hym as thanne a grace, 3770
Tr 3 943 So werketh now in so discret a wise 3792
Tr 3 958 She kouth. nought a word aright out brynge 3806
Tr 3 964 And with that word he for a quysshen ran, 3812
Tr 3 979 And took a light, and fond his contenaunce, 3828
Tr 3 982 And cler stood on a ground of sikernesse, 3830
Tr 3 1014 Shuld han his refut in so digne a place; 3862
Tr 3 1025 And wolde a busshel venym al excusen, 3874
Tr 3 1051 With that a fewe brighte teris newe 3900
Tr 3 1060 For I have seyn of a ful misty morwe 3908
Tr 3 1061 Folowen ful ofte a myrie someris day; 3910
Tr 3 1067 For it thoughte hym no strokes of a yerde 3916
Tr 3 1087 That from his eyen fil there nought a tere, 3936
Tr 3 1098 And seyde, " O thef, is this a mannes herte? " 3946
Tr 3 1123 And with a sik, whan he gan bet awake, 3972
Tr 3 1126 Quod tho Criseyde, " Is this a mannes game? 3974
Tr 3 1147 In many a cas, for every wyght, I gesse, 3996
Tr 3 1159 He seyde hire, whan she was at swich a feste, 4008
Tr 3 1161 Noot I nought what, al deere ynough a rysshe, 4010
Tr 3 1162 As he that nedes most a cause fisshe. 4010
Tr 3 1167 Swiche argumentes ne ben naught worth a beene. 4016
Tr 3 1188 And Pandarus with a ful good entente 4036
Tr 3 1195 Though that I tarie a yer, somtyme I moot, 4044
Tr 3 1213 As of a fevre or other gret siknesse, 4062
Tr 3 1218 That thorugh a peyne hath founden al his cure. 4066
Tr 3 1230 And as aboute a tree, with many a twiste, 4078
Tr 3 1230 And as aboute a tree, with many a twiste, 4078
Tr 3 1252 And therwithal a thousand tyme hire kiste, 4100
Tr 3 1271 And me bistowed in so heigh a place 4120
Tr 3 1284 That am unworthi to so swete a wight. 4132
Tr 3 1360 And wel a thousand tymes gan he syke -- 4208
Tr 3 1370 But wel I woot, a broche, gold and asure, 4218
Tr 3 1371 In which a ruby set was lik an herte, 4220
Tr 3 1373 Lord, trowe ye a coveytous or a wrecche, 4222
Tr 3 1373 Lord, trowe ye a coveytous or a wrecche, 4222
Tr 3 1382 Thei callen love a woodnesse or folie, 4230
Tr 3 1402 Of any wo of swich a tyme agoon, 4250
Tr 3 1404 And fallen in a newe joye anoon; 4252
Tr 3 1459 For many a lovere hastow slayn, and wilt; 4308
Tr 3 1493 And with a sik she seyde, " O herte deere, 4342
Tr 3 1509 God myghte nought a poynt my joies eche. 4358
Tr 3 1515 And if to yow it were a gret gladnesse 4364
Tr 3 1540 A thousand fold was worth more than he wende. 4388
Tr 3 1554 In swich a plit, she dorste make hym cheere. 4402
Tr 3 1573 Have here a swerd and smyteth of myn hed! " 4422
Tr 3 1601 That, though I myght a thousand tymes selle 4450
Tr 3 1602 Upon a day my lif in thi servise, 4450
Tr 3 1603 It myghte naught a moote in that suffise. 4452
Tr 3 1614 Or elles ded hadde I ben many a day. " 4462
Tr 3 1627 A man to han ben in prosperitee, 4476
Tr 3 1634 As gret a craft is kepe wel as wynne. 4482
Tr 3 1636 For worldly joie halt nought but by a wir. 4484
Tr 3 1654 But now I feele a newe qualitee -- 4502
Tr 3 1684 A thousand fold; this nedeth nought enquere. 4532
Tr 3 1713 And many a nyght they wroughte in this manere, 4562
Tr 3 1714 And thus Fortune a tyme ledde in joie 4562
Tr 3 1721 A world of folk, as com hym wel of kynde, 4570
Tr 3 1723 That swich a vois was of hym and a stevene, 4572
Tr 3 1723 That swich a vois was of hym and a stevene, 4572
Tr 3 1732 Kan nought the montance of a knotte unbynde 4580
Tr 3 1739 And swich a feste and swich a proces make 4588
Tr 3 1739 And swich a feste and swich a proces make 4588
Tr 3 1754 Holden a bond perpetuely durynge, 4602
Tr 3 1759 Constreyneth to a certeyn ende so 4608
Tr 4 6 And whan a wight is from hire whiel ythrowe, 4674
Tr 4 33 That Ector, with ful many a bold baroun, 4702
Tr 4 34 Caste on a day with Grekis for to fighte, 4702
Tr 4 38 But on a day, wel armed, brighte, and shene, 4706
Tr 4 39 Ector and many a worthi wight out wente, 4708
Tr 4 56 Dredden to lese a gret part of hire joie. 4724
Tr 4 58 A tyme of trewe, and tho they gonnen trete 4726
Tr 4 68 And with a chaunged face hem bad a boone, 4736
Tr 4 68 And with a chaunged face hem bad a boone, 4736
Tr 4 76 For dredeles, thorugh yow shal in a stownde 4744
Tr 4 92 " Save of a doughter that I lefte, allas, 4760
Tr 4 189 Daun Antenor -- a wrong wey now ye chese -- 4858
Tr 4 221 But if it were a man of his or two 4890
Tr 4 235 Ful lik a ded ymage, pale and wan; 4904
Tr 4 252 Shop me to ben a lyves creature! " 4920
Tr 4 285 To reve a wight that most is to hym deere, 4954
Tr 4 332 To ben a Grek, syn thow art born Troian? 5000
Tr 4 337 A thousand sikes, hotter than the gleede, 5006
Tr 4 343 He feleth non, but lith forth in a traunce. 5012
Tr 4 350 But in a rees to Troilus he wente. 5018
Tr 4 351 A certeyn knyght that for the tyme kepte 5020
Tr 4 374 And with a sorwful noise he seyde thus, 5042
Tr 4 384 Who wolde have wend that in so litel a throwe 5052
Tr 4 398 A frendly cheere or lokyng of an eye, 5066
Tr 4 423 Or elles selde seynge of a wight, 5092
Tr 4 437 Were wel sittyng, if that I were a fend -- 5106
Tr 4 438 To traysen a wight that trewe is unto me! 5106
Tr 4 464 As he that, whan a wight is wo bygon, 5132
Tr 4 465 He cometh to hym a paas and seith right thus: 5134
Tr 4 467 Thow moost me first transmewen in a ston, 5136
Tr 4 478 How that it sholde a lasse peyne be 5146
Tr 4 520 As licour out of a lambyc ful faste; 5188
Tr 4 534 To take a womman which that loveth the 5202
Tr 4 536 Now is nat this a nyce vanitee? 5204
Tr 4 538 And kith thow art a man; for in this houre 5206
Tr 4 558 For syn my fader, in so heigh a place 5226
Tr 4 562 With violence, if I do swich a game; 5230
Tr 4 586 I nolde sette at al that noys a grote! 5254
Tr 4 594 And rather be in blame a lite ifounde 5262
Tr 4 595 Than sterve here as a gnat, withouten wounde. 5264
Tr 4 603 " And though thy lady wolde a lite hire greve, 5272
Tr 4 609 A love; and whi shaltow nat have another? 5278
Tr 4 617 " Forthi tak herte, and thynk right as a knyght: 5286
Tr 4 623 And if thow deye a martyr, go to hevene! 5292
Tr 4 625 Theigh ich and al my kyn upon a stownde 5294
Tr 4 626 Shulle in a strete as dogges liggen dede, 5294
Tr 4 627 Thorugh-girt with many a wid and blody wownde; 5296
Tr 4 628 In every cas I wol a frend be founde. 5296
Tr 4 629 And if the list here sterven as a wrecche, 5298
Tr 4 682 So to Criseyde of wommen com a route, 5350
Tr 4 684 And with hire tales, deere ynough a myte, 5352
Tr 4 727 Right as a man is esed for to feele 5396
Tr 4 753 After the deth she cryed a thousand sithe, 5422
Tr 4 756 She held hireself a forlost creature. 5424
Tr 4 765 How sholde a fissh withouten water dure? 5434
Tr 4 767 How sholde a plaunte or lyves creature 5436
Tr 4 769 For which ful ofte a by-word here I seye, 5438
Tr 4 810 Unto Criseyde, in a ful secree wise, 5478
Tr 4 826 Tho gan she pleyne a thousand tymes more. 5494
Tr 4 855 Tornede hire tho Criseyde, a wo makynge 5524
Tr 4 856 So gret that it a deth was for to see. 5524
Tr 4 869 Aboute hire eyen two a purpre ryng 5538
Tr 4 871 That to biholde it was a dedly thyng; 5540
Tr 4 929 What helpeth it to wepen ful a strete, 5598
Tr 4 931 Bet is a tyme of cure ay than of pleynte. 5600
Tr 4 947 Til in a temple he fond hym al allone, 5616
Tr 4 985 For yf ther myghte ben a variaunce 5654
Tr 4 1023 " For if ther sitte a man yond on a see, 5692
Tr 4 1023 " For if ther sitte a man yond on a see, 5692
Tr 4 1063 Now trewely, that is a fals sentence, 5732
Tr 4 1065 " What myght I wene, and I hadde swich a thought, 5734
Tr 4 1073 That right as whan I wot ther is a thyng, 5742
Tr 4 1075 Ek right so, whan I woot a thyng comyng, 5744
Tr 4 1087 I! Who say evere a wis man faren so? 5756
Tr 4 1093 " Hastow nat lyved many a yer byforn 5762
Tr 4 1100 " And yet this is a wonder most of alle, 5768
Tr 4 1105 A man may al bytyme his nekke beede 5774
Tr 4 1119 And forthi put thyn herte a while in reste, 5788
Tr 4 1179 And this was hym a pregnant argument 5848
Tr 4 1231 And seyde, " O mercy, God! Lo, which a dede! 5900
Tr 4 1237 I nolde a forlong wey on lyve have be 5906
Tr 4 1255 " That if a wight alwey his wo compleyne 5924
Tr 4 1261 " I am a womman, as ful wel ye woot, 5930
Tr 4 1272 But what is thanne a remede unto this, 5940
Tr 4 1278 For, dredeles, withinne a wowke or two 5946
Tr 4 1280 By alle right and in a wordes fewe, 5948
Tr 4 1289 " Makyng alwey a protestacioun 5958
Tr 4 1302 And lat us shape a bettre wey to fynde. 5970
Tr 4 1305 But hym byhoveth somtyme han a peyne 5974
Tr 4 1308 Than I may ride ayeyn on half a morwe, 5976
Tr 4 1312 Syn wel ye woot that it is now a trewe -- 5980
Tr 4 1383 It sent is from a frend of his or tweye, 6052
Tr 4 1413 And don my red withinne a day or tweye, 6082
Tr 4 1458 Byfore a crepel, for he kan the craft; 6126
Tr 4 1470 To trusten on nys but a fantasie. 6138
Tr 4 1472 To ben a wif; and as he kan wel preche, 6140
Tr 4 1485 " Ye shal ek seen so many a lusty knyght 6154
Tr 4 1495 A good opynyoun, if that ye wende, 6164
Tr 4 1500 A thousand tymes mercy I yow preye; 6168
Tr 4 1511 Thus mene I: that it were a gret folie 6180
Tr 4 1527 Criseyde, with a sik, right in this wise 6196
Tr 4 1589 And she ne daunteth no wight but a wrecche. 6258
Tr 4 1612 To spende a tyme, a tyme for to wynne; 6280
Tr 4 1612 To spende a tyme, a tyme for to wynne; 6280
Tr 4 1614 Though that we ben a day or two atwynne. 6282
Tr 4 1625 " But certes, I am naught so nyce a wight 6294
Tr 4 1626 That I ne kan ymaginen a wey 6294
Tr 4 1628 For who may holde a thing that wol awey? 6296
Tr 4 1636 That of so good a confort and a cheere 6304
Tr 4 1636 That of so good a confort and a cheere 6304
Tr 5 21 Ne was so loth out of a town to fare. 6390
Tr 5 39 " Allas, " quod he, " thus foul a wrecchednesse, 6408
Tr 5 45 Why nyl I brynge al Troie upon a roore? 6414
Tr 5 47 Why nyl I rather with a man or two 6416
Tr 5 50 But why he nolde don so fel a dede, 6420
Tr 5 52 He hadde in herte alweyes a manere drede 6422
Tr 5 61 And forth she rit ful sorwfully a pas. 6430
Tr 5 90 In swich a craft, and by the reyne hire hente; 6460
Tr 5 98 `He is a fool that wol foryete hymselve.' " 6468
Tr 5 104 So soon awey; but I shal fynde a meene 6474
Tr 5 113 For treweliche he swor hire as a knyght 6482
Tr 5 125 A Grek ye sholde among us alle fynde 6494
Tr 5 142 Han many a day ben, alwey yet, parde, 6512
Tr 5 164 For I have herd er this of many a wight, 6534
Tr 5 172 But myghte me so faire a grace falle, 6542
Tr 5 179 But here and ther, now here a word or two. 6548
Tr 5 201 And thorugh his paleis, with a swollen herte, 6570
Tr 5 203 Ne non to hym dar speke a word for drede. 6572
Tr 5 214 But tho bigan his herte a lite unswelle 6584
Tr 5 222 Now may I wepe allone many a teere, 6592
Tr 5 224 Save a pilowe, I fynde naught t' enbrace. 6594
Tr 5 255 And swich a tremour fele aboute his herte 6624
Tr 5 257 And therwithal he sholde a noyse make, 6626
Tr 5 271 That swich a wo my wit kan nat diffyne; 6640
Tr 5 311 In a vessell that men clepeth an urne, 6680
Tr 5 315 To preyen hire kepe it for a remembraunce. 6684
Tr 5 333 Ye, God woot, and fro many a worthi knyght 6702
Tr 5 334 Hath his lady gon a fourtenyght, 6704
Tr 5 339 A man mot twynnen of necessite -- 6708
Tr 5 349 And for they kan a tyme of sorwe endure, 6718
Tr 5 350 As tyme hem hurt, a tyme doth hem cure. 6720
Tr 5 362 A straw for alle swevenes signifiaunce! 6732
Tr 5 363 God helpe me so, I counte hem nought a bene! 6732
Tr 5 373 As if a wight hath faste a thyng in mynde, 6742
Tr 5 373 As if a wight hath faste a thyng in mynde, 6742
Tr 5 384 Allas, allas, so noble a creature 6754
Tr 5 385 As is a man shal dreden swich ordure! 6754
Tr 5 403 To Sarpedoun, nat hennes but a myle; 6772
Tr 5 411 If thow thus ligge a day, or two, or thre, 6780
Tr 5 447 Ne of ladys ek so fair a compaignie 6816
Tr 5 468 But weylaway, al this nat but a maze. 6838
Tr 5 492 With hym a wowke, and now, thus sodeynly, 6862
Tr 5 527 A cause he fond in towne for to go, 6896
Tr 5 585 Men myght a book make of it, lik a storie. 6954
Tr 5 585 Men myght a book make of it, lik a storie. 6954
Tr 5 604 Ther as Criseyde out rood a ful good paas, 6974
Tr 5 605 And up and down ther made he many a wente, 6974
Tr 5 628 And thus he drof a day yet forth or tweye, 6998
Tr 5 633 And made a song of wordes but a fewe, 7002
Tr 5 633 And made a song of wordes but a fewe, 7002
Tr 5 689 For which ful ofte a day " Allas, " she seyde, 7058
Tr 5 703 That I be kaught, I shal be holde a spie; 7072
Tr 5 715 Ful ofte a day she sighte ek for destresse, 7084
Tr 5 770 For she wol take a purpos for t' abide. 7140
Tr 5 779 That she nas nat withoute a love in Troie, 7148
Tr 5 785 Yet seyde he to hymself upon a nyght, 7154
Tr 5 786 " Now am I nat a fool, that woot wel how 7156
Tr 5 791 `Men shal nat wowe a wight in hevynesse.' 7160
Tr 5 792 " But whoso myghte wynnen swich a flour 7162
Tr 5 794 He myghte seyn he were a conquerour. " 7164
Tr 5 812 Which with a thred of gold she wolde bynde; 7182
Tr 5 837 In durryng don that longeth to a knyght. 7206
Tr 5 838 Al myghte a geant passen hym of myght, 7208
Tr 5 880 Sholden spille a quarter of a tere 7250
Tr 5 880 Sholden spille a quarter of a tere 7250
Tr 5 899 Swiche as men clepen a word with two visages -- 7268
Tr 5 916 For Troie is brought in swich a jupartie 7286
Tr 5 919 A moore parfit love, er it be nyght, 7288
Tr 5 926 And in his speche a litel wight he quok, 7296
Tr 5 927 And caste asyde a litel wight his hed, 7296
Tr 5 928 And stynte a while; and afterward he wok, 7298
Tr 5 934 Of Calydoyne and Arge a kyng, Criseyde! 7304
Tr 5 938 Polymyte and many a man to scathe. 7308
Tr 5 975 " I hadde a lord, to whom I wedded was, 7344
Tr 5 981 " And that doth me to han so gret a wonder 7350
Tr 5 1040 And ek a broche -- and that was litel nede -- 7410
Tr 5 1043 She made hym were a pencel of hire sleve. 7412
Tr 5 1046 Of Troilus, tho wep she many a teere 7416
Tr 5 1061 O, rolled shal I ben on many a tonge! 7430
Tr 5 1064 Allas, that swich a cas me sholde falle! 7434
Tr 5 1162 That I se yond nys but a fare-carte. " 7532
Tr 5 1166 It is ayeyns som good I have a thought. 7536
Tr 5 1168 Ne felte I swich a comfort, dar I seye; 7538
Tr 5 1181 And fer withinne the nyght, with many a teere, 7550
Tr 5 1194 Upon the walles made he many a wente. 7564
Tr 5 1231 But seyde he felte a grevous maladie 7600
Tr 5 1233 So on a day he leyde hym doun to slepe, 7602
Tr 5 1235 That in a forest faste he welk to wepe 7604
Tr 5 1238 He mette he saugh a bor with tuskes grete, 7608
Tr 5 1269 I fele now so sharp a newe peyne, 7638
Tr 5 1277 That dremes many a maner man bigile? 7646
Tr 5 1293 That hastily a lettre thow hire write, 7662
Tr 5 1295 To know a soth of that thow art in doute. 7664
Tr 5 1302 If she be let, she wol assigne a cause. 7672
Tr 5 1309 A soth of al. Ther is namore to done. " 7678
Tr 5 1381 Ye may redresse, and more a thousand sithe 7750
Tr 5 1455 And fynaly, withinne a litel stounde, 7824
Tr 5 1458 If thow a soth of this desirest knowe, 7828
Tr 5 1459 Thow most a fewe of olde stories heere, 7828
Tr 5 1461 Hath lordes olde, thorugh which, withinne a throwe, 7830
Tr 5 1468 Wrak hire in a wonder cruel wise; 7838
Tr 5 1469 For with a boor as gret as ox in stalle 7838
Tr 5 1473 A mayde, oon of this world the beste ypreysed; 7842
Tr 5 1479 Ther ros a contek and a gret envye; 7848
Tr 5 1479 Ther ros a contek and a gret envye; 7848
Tr 5 1508 At a scarmuche ech of hem slough other, 7878
Tr 5 1522 Thow wenest ben a gret devyneresse! 7892
Tr 5 1537 As though al hool hym hadde ymad a leche. 7906
Tr 5 1539 A sooth of this with al his fulle cure; 7908
Tr 5 1551 And shapen hadde a mene it out to dryve, 7920
Tr 5 1553 But on a day to fighten gan he wende, 7922
Tr 5 1557 The deth of hym that was so noble a knyght; 7926
Tr 5 1558 For as he drough a kyng by th' aventaille, 7928
Tr 5 1568 Ful ofte a day he bad his herte breste. 7938
Tr 5 1577 Hymselven lik a pilgrym to desgise 7946
Tr 5 1582 For which he wep ful ofte and many a tere. 7952
Tr 5 1587 For which Criseyde upon a day, for routhe -- 7956
Tr 5 1592 How myght a wight in torment and in drede 7962
Tr 5 1624 As for a frend ye may in me assure. 7994
Tr 5 1634 Hym thoughte it lik a kalendes of chaunge. 8004
Tr 5 1641 And swich a cas bitidde, and that as faste, 8010
Tr 5 1646 Stood on a day in his malencolie 8016
Tr 5 1651 A manere cote-armure, as seith the storie, 8020
Tr 5 1661 A broch that he Criseyde yaf that morwe 8030
Tr 5 1691 Yow yaf as for a remembraunce of me? 8060
Tr 5 1698 To unloven yow a quarter of a day! 8068
Tr 5 1698 To unloven yow a quarter of a day! 8068
Tr 5 1708 Whi nyltow don a vengeaunce of this vice? 8078
Tr 5 1724 And wiste wel he seyde a soth of this, 8094
Tr 5 1725 He nought a word ayeyn to hym answerde; 8094
Tr 5 1729 As stille as ston; a word ne kowde he seye. 8098
Tr 5 1739 God woot that it a sorwe is unto me! 8108
Tr 5 1761 And, God it woot, with many a cruel hete 8130
Tr 5 1840 Yow made, and thynketh al nys but a faire, 8210
Tr 5 1843 Upon a crois, oure soules for to beye, 8212