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
 
 A-DAY............1
Tr 1 1075 Wo was that Grek that with hym mette a-day! 1074
 
 A-FERE...........1
Tr 1 229 Yet with a look his herte wex a-fere, 228
 
 A-TEMPLE.........1
Tr 1 363 That he hire saugh a-temple, and al the wise 362
 
 ABEDDE...........1
Tr 1 915 Liggyng abedde, and make hem for to grone; 914
 
 ABIDEN...........1
Tr 1 474 Founde oon the beste, and longest tyme abiden 474
 
 ABIT.............1
Tr 1 1091 Abit of hym that gooth aboute his cure; 1090
 
 ABOOD............1
Tr 1 127 And in hire hous she abood with swich meyne 126
 
 ABOUT............1
Tr 1 863 Anon, that I may gon about thy nede. 862