The Concordance
 
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Tr 2 21 A blynd man kan nat juggen wel in hewis. 20
Tr 2 23 Withinne a thousand yeer, and wordes tho 22
Tr 2 61 So shop it that hym fil that day a teene 60
Tr 2 63 And made, er it was day, ful many a wente. 62
Tr 2 64 The swalowe Proigne, with a sorowful lay, 64
Tr 2 67 Pandare abedde, half in a slomberynge, 66
Tr 2 82 Withinne a paved parlour, and they thre 82
Tr 2 83 Herden a mayden reden hem the geste 82
Tr 2 114 Is that a widewes lif, so God yow save? 114
Tr 2 117 It satte me wel bet ay in a cave 116
Tr 2 121 " Yet koude I telle a thyng to doon yow pleye. " 120
Tr 2 126 It is a thing wel bet than swyche fyve. " 126
Tr 2 142 A thousand fold, and down hire eyghen caste; 142
Tr 2 145 And with a syk she seyde hym atte laste, 144
Tr 2 156 " Save in his arm he hath a litel wownde; 156
Tr 2 165 A kynges sone in armes wel to do, 164
Tr 2 177 In al this world ther nys a bettre knyght 176
Tr 2 180 This knoweth many a wis and worthi wight. 180
Tr 2 193 For nevere yet so thikke a swarm of been 192
Tr 2 225 " A, wel bithought! For love of God, " quod she, 224
Tr 2 231 Than seye a soth that were ayeyns youre wille. 230
Tr 2 254 And Pandarus to coghe gan a lite, 254
Tr 2 266 And seyde, " On swich a mirour goode grace! " 266
Tr 2 268 Aught harde, or make a proces any whyle, 268
Tr 2 274 And loked on hire in a bysi wyse, 274
Tr 2 287 And swich a wight is for to blame, I gesse. 286
Tr 2 294 If that yow list -- a wight so wel bygon. 294
Tr 2 336 Allas, that God yow swich a beaute sente! 336
Tr 2 340 Namoore than of a japer or a wrecche -- 340
Tr 2 340 Namoore than of a japer or a wrecche -- 340
Tr 2 342 To make amendes of so cruel a dede; 342
Tr 2 372 " What, who wol demen, though he se a man 372
Tr 2 384 So lat youre daunger sucred ben a lite, 384
Tr 2 394 In ech of yow a partie of beautee; 394
Tr 2 397 Lat this proverbe a loore unto yow be: 396
Tr 2 401 Whan that hym thinketh a womman berth hire hye, 400
Tr 2 404 And sende yow than a myrour in to prye, 404
Tr 2 405 In which that ye may se youre face a morwe!' 404
Tr 2 429 " A, may it be no bet? " quod Pandarus; 428
Tr 2 463 And with a sorowful sik she sayde thrie, 462
Tr 2 464 " A, Lord! What me is tid a sory chaunce! 464
Tr 2 464 " A, Lord! What me is tid a sory chaunce! 464
Tr 2 465 For myn estat lith in a jupartie, 464
Tr 2 478 Ne love a man ne kan I naught ne may 478
Tr 2 484 " And here I make a protestacioun 484
Tr 2 505 Tho Pandarus a litel gan to smyle, 504
Tr 2 508 In-with the paleis gardyn, by a welle, 508
Tr 2 509 Gan he and I wel half a day to dwelle, 508
Tr 2 548 Who sey evere or this so dul a man?' 548
Tr 2 552 Yet made he tho as fresshe a countenaunce 552
Tr 2 608 A womman so, his herte may tobreste, 608
Tr 2 615 " A, go we se! Cast up the yates wyde! 614
Tr 2 627 On which he rood a pas ful softely. 626
Tr 2 628 But swich a knyghtly sighte trewely 628
Tr 2 631 So lik a man of armes and a knyght 630
Tr 2 631 So lik a man of armes and a knyght 630
Tr 2 633 For bothe he hadde a body and a myght 632
Tr 2 633 For bothe he hadde a body and a myght 632
Tr 2 639 That by a tyssew heng his bak byhynde; 638
Tr 2 645 For which he wex a litel reed for shame 644
Tr 2 647 That to byholde it was a noble game 646
Tr 2 664 Was al for hire, and thoughte it was a routhe 664
Tr 2 667 " This was a sodeyn love; how myght it be 666
Tr 2 671 For every thing a gynnyng hath it nede 670
Tr 2 684 And soth to seyne, she nas not al a foo 684
Tr 2 687 Now lat us stynte of Troilus a throwe, 686
Tr 2 706 In honestee with swich a lord to deele, 706
Tr 2 716 For though a man forbede dronkenesse, 716
Tr 2 725 To wis is he to doon so gret a vice; 724
Tr 2 728 He shal me nevere bynde in swich a clause. 728
Tr 2 729 " Now sette a caas: the hardest is, ywys, 728
Tr 2 743 " Ne me to love, a wonder is it nought; 742
Tr 2 766 And that a cloude is put with wynd to flighte, 766
Tr 2 767 Which oversprat the sonne as for a space, 766
Tr 2 768 A cloudy thought gan thorugh hire soule pace, 768
Tr 2 788 So cesseth love, and forth to love a newe. 788
Tr 2 815 And up and down ther made many a wente -- 814
Tr 2 818 And other of hire wommen, a gret route, 818
Tr 2 825 Gan on a Troian song to singen cleere, 824
Tr 2 863 Though that a man, for fieblesse of his yen, 862
Tr 2 918 A nyghtyngale, upon a cedre grene, 918
Tr 2 918 A nyghtyngale, upon a cedre grene, 918
Tr 2 921 Peraunter in his briddes wise a lay 920
Tr 2 964 Algate a foot is hameled of thi sorwe! " 964
Tr 2 977 A thousand Troyes whoso that me yave, 976
Tr 2 1003 A thousand fold, but if I were as thow, 1002
Tr 2 1006 A lettre, in which I wolde hire tellen how 1006
Tr 2 1011 Worth thow upon a courser right anon -- 1010
Tr 2 1027 Biblotte it with thi teris ek a lite; 1026
Tr 2 1028 And if thow write a goodly word al softe, 1028
Tr 2 1041 For if a peyntour wolde peynte a pyk 1040
Tr 2 1041 For if a peyntour wolde peynte a pyk 1040
Tr 2 1043 It cordeth naught, so were it but a jape. " 1042
Tr 2 1045 But, as a dredful lovere, he seyde this: 1044
Tr 2 1089 Therwith a thousand tymes er he lette 1088
Tr 2 1091 And seyde, " Lettre, a blisful destine 1090
Tr 2 1098 I may naught slepe nevere a Mayes morwe; 1098
Tr 2 1099 I have a joly wo, a lusty sorwe. " 1098
Tr 2 1099 I have a joly wo, a lusty sorwe. " 1098
Tr 2 1111 Ther is right now come into town a gest, 1110
Tr 2 1112 A Greek espie, and telleth newe thinges, 1112
Tr 2 1115 Al pryvely, of this a long sermoun. " 1114
Tr 2 1137 To seyn a sooth; now were it covenable 1136
Tr 2 1147 Wolde I a lettre unto yow brynge or take 1146
Tr 2 1165 And seyde, " Nece, I have so gret a pyne 1164
Tr 2 1180 But Pandarus, that in a studye stood, 1180
Tr 2 1215 And into a closet, for t' avise hire bettre, 1214
Tr 2 1217 Out of desdaynes prisoun but a lite, 1216
Tr 2 1218 And sette hire down, and gan a lettre write, 1218
Tr 2 1228 And down she sette hire by hym on a stoon 1228
Tr 2 1229 Of jaspre, upon a quysshyn gold-ybete, 1228
Tr 2 1263 God woot wher he was lik a manly knyght! 1262
Tr 2 1272 To God hope I, she hath now kaught a thorn, 1272
Tr 2 1278 Tel me that I shal axen yow a lite: 1278
Tr 2 1279 A womman that were of his deth to wite, 1278
Tr 2 1292 To graunten hym so gret a libertee. 1292
Tr 2 1299 What sholde I make of this a long sermoun? 1298
Tr 2 1306 That lay, as do thise lovers, in a traunce 1306
Tr 2 1314 A charme that was sent right now to the, 1314
Tr 2 1320 Have here a light, and loke on al this blake. " 1320
Tr 2 1335 Or as an ook comth of a litil spir, 1334
Tr 2 1346 That til a lovere longeth in this cas; 1346
Tr 2 1364 That thow shalt come into a certeyn place, 1364
Tr 2 1369 A man to han a layser for to preye, 1368
Tr 2 1369 A man to han a layser for to preye, 1368
Tr 2 1375 To have a manere routhe upon my woo, 1374
Tr 2 1391 Men shal rejoissen of a gret empryse 1390
Tr 2 1395 A thing now which that I shal axen the: 1394
Tr 2 1407 Frend to a cause which that toucheth me. " 1406
Tr 2 1414 Ayeins a thing that myghte the forthynke. " 1414
Tr 2 1416 " Lo, sire, I have a lady in this town, 1416
Tr 2 1501 Somtyme a man mot telle his owen peyne. 1500
Tr 2 1550 To ben a frend and helpyng to Criseyde. 1550
Tr 2 1553 But swich a nede was to preye hym thenne, 1552
Tr 2 1554 As for to bidde a wood man for to renne! 1554
Tr 2 1579 A leche anon, and seyde, " In this manere 1578
Tr 2 1585 To preise a man, and up with pris hym reise 1584
Tr 2 1586 A thousand fold yet heigher than the sonne: 1586
Tr 2 1594 To mowen swich a knyght don lyve or dye? 1594
Tr 2 1599 And gonne a while of this and that devise. 1598
Tr 2 1615 He rong hem out a proces lik a belle 1614
Tr 2 1615 He rong hem out a proces lik a belle 1614
Tr 2 1633 By cause, lo, that she a lady is. 1632
Tr 2 1655 But it were I, for I kan in a throwe 1654
Tr 2 1683 Whan it was seyd, soone after in a while, 1682
Tr 2 1697 The copie of a tretys and a lettre 1696
Tr 2 1697 The copie of a tretys and a lettre 1696
Tr 2 1699 If swych a man was worthi to ben ded, 1698
Tr 2 1700 Woot I nought who; but in a grisly wise 1700
Tr 2 1705 Downward a steire, into an herber greene. 1704
Tr 2 1745 The folk devyne at waggyng of a stree; 1744
Tr 2 1748 Spak swych a word; thus loked he, and he! 1748
Tr 2 1752 Was Troilus nought in a kankedort, 1752