The Concordance
 
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Tr 3 20 And in a thousand formes down hym sente 20
Tr 3 27 And heighe or lowe, after a wight entendeth, 26
Tr 3 36 Ye folk a lawe han set in universe, 36
Tr 3 65 " Ha, a, " quod Troilus so reufully, 64
Tr 3 88 Or was to bold, to synge a fool a masse. 88
Tr 3 88 Or was to bold, to synge a fool a masse. 88
Tr 3 99 And stynte a while, and whan he myghte out brynge, 98
Tr 3 149 And resonable, a lady for to werne! 148
Tr 3 151 Were I a god, ye sholden sterve as yerne, 150
Tr 3 158 With nevere a word, but seyde hym softely, 158
Tr 3 170 " A kynges sone although ye be, ywys, 170
Tr 3 181 For every wo ye shal recovere a blisse " -- 180
Tr 3 200 " For ther have ye a leiser for to telle. " 200
Tr 3 229 And on a paillet al that glade nyght 228
Tr 3 237 And gan to speken in a sobre wyse 236
Tr 3 250 For the have I bigonne a gamen pleye 250
Tr 3 252 Although he were a thousand fold my brother. 252
Tr 3 254 Bitwixen game and ernest, swich a meene 254
Tr 3 281 " Wherfore, er I wol ferther gon a pas, 280
Tr 3 297 A thousand olde stories the allegge 296
Tr 3 300 Ayeins that vice, for to ben a labbe, 300
Tr 3 303 Hath mad ful many a lady bright of hewe 302
Tr 3 305 And many a maydes sorwe for to newe; 304
Tr 3 309 " Avauntour and a lyere, al is on; 308
Tr 3 310 As thus: I pose, a womman grante me 310
Tr 3 334 I shal thi proces set in swych a kynde, 334
Tr 3 389 A thousand tymes on a morwe sterve. 388
Tr 3 389 A thousand tymes on a morwe sterve. 388
Tr 3 397 I sholde wene it were a bauderye. 396
Tr 3 408 That this servise a shame be or jape, 408
Tr 3 438 This is to seyn, in armes as a knyght; 438
Tr 3 456 But it was spoken in so short a wise, 456
Tr 3 479 That wel she felte he was to hire a wal 478
Tr 3 495 I trowe it were a long thyng for to here -- 494
Tr 3 504 How sholde I thanne a lyne of it endite? 504
Tr 3 518 Hadde out of doute a tyme to it founde. 518
Tr 3 532 A certeyn houre, in which she comen sholde. 532
Tr 3 540 And moste at swich a temple allone wake, 540
Tr 3 550 Whan lightles is the world a nyght or tweyne, 550
Tr 3 574 Me were levere a thousand fold to dye. " 574
Tr 3 596 With a certein of hire owen men, 596
Tr 3 601 Thorughout a litel wyndow in a stewe, 600
Tr 3 601 Thorughout a litel wyndow in a stewe, 600
Tr 3 626 That swych a reyn from heven gan avale 626
Tr 3 628 Hadde of that smoky reyn a verray feere; 628
Tr 3 630 " Now were it tyme a lady to gon henne! 630
Tr 3 637 To wende as now, it were to me a shame. " 636
Tr 3 639 As half a world, took hede of his preiere; 638
Tr 3 640 And syn it ron, and al was on a flod, 640
Tr 3 642 And graunte it gladly with a frendes chere, 642
Tr 3 643 And have a thonk, as grucche and thanne abide; 642
Tr 3 650 " Were it a game or no, soth for to telle, 650
Tr 3 657 This were a weder for to slepen inne -- 656
Tr 3 694 But Pandarus, that wel koude ech a deel 694
Tr 3 708 Quod Pandarus, " Ne drede the nevere a deel, 708
Tr 3 740 But bid, and lat me gon biforn a lite. " 740
Tr 3 741 And with that word he gan undon a trappe, 740
Tr 3 747 And Pandarus, with a ful sobre cheere, 746
Tr 3 764 " It is nought good a slepyng hound to wake, 764
Tr 3 765 Ne yeve a wight a cause to devyne: 764
Tr 3 765 Ne yeve a wight a cause to devyne: 764
Tr 3 773 That for to holde in love a man in honde, 772
Tr 3 775 And maken hym an howve above a calle -- 774
Tr 3 777 She doth hireself a shame and hym a gyle. 776
Tr 3 777 She doth hireself a shame and hym a gyle. 776
Tr 3 787 Is thorugh a goter, by a pryve wente, 786
Tr 3 787 Is thorugh a goter, by a pryve wente, 786
Tr 3 796 He seith hym told is of a frend of his, 796
Tr 3 801 And with a sik she sorwfully answerde, 800
Tr 3 815 Imedled is with many a bitternesse! 814
Tr 3 832 And if to lese his joie he sette a myte, 832
Tr 3 850 " To-morwe? Allas, that were a fair! " quod he; 850
Tr 3 856 For whan a chaumbre afire is or an halle, 856
Tr 3 860 A, benedicite! For al among that fare 860
Tr 3 890 " A ryng? " quod he, " Ye haselwodes shaken! 890
Tr 3 891 Ye, nece myn, that ryng moste han a stoon 890
Tr 3 893 And swich a ryng trowe I that ye have non. 892
Tr 3 899 But if a fool were in a jalous rage, 898
Tr 3 899 But if a fool were in a jalous rage, 898
Tr 3 900 I nolde setten at his sorwe a myte, 900
Tr 3 901 But feffe hym with a fewe wordes white 900
Tr 3 919 And ek so like a sooth at prime face, 918
Tr 3 922 That though that she did hym as thanne a grace, 922
Tr 3 943 So werketh now in so discret a wise 942
Tr 3 958 She kouth. nought a word aright out brynge 958
Tr 3 964 And with that word he for a quysshen ran, 964
Tr 3 979 And took a light, and fond his contenaunce, 978
Tr 3 982 And cler stood on a ground of sikernesse, 982
Tr 3 1014 Shuld han his refut in so digne a place; 1014
Tr 3 1025 And wolde a busshel venym al excusen, 1024
Tr 3 1051 With that a fewe brighte teris newe 1050
Tr 3 1060 For I have seyn of a ful misty morwe 1060
Tr 3 1061 Folowen ful ofte a myrie someris day; 1060
Tr 3 1067 For it thoughte hym no strokes of a yerde 1066
Tr 3 1087 That from his eyen fil there nought a tere, 1086
Tr 3 1098 And seyde, " O thef, is this a mannes herte? " 1098
Tr 3 1123 And with a sik, whan he gan bet awake, 1122
Tr 3 1126 Quod tho Criseyde, " Is this a mannes game? 1126
Tr 3 1147 In many a cas, for every wyght, I gesse, 1146
Tr 3 1159 He seyde hire, whan she was at swich a feste, 1158
Tr 3 1161 Noot I nought what, al deere ynough a rysshe, 1160
Tr 3 1162 As he that nedes most a cause fisshe. 1162
Tr 3 1167 Swiche argumentes ne ben naught worth a beene. 1166
Tr 3 1188 And Pandarus with a ful good entente 1188
Tr 3 1195 Though that I tarie a yer, somtyme I moot, 1194
Tr 3 1213 As of a fevre or other gret siknesse, 1212
Tr 3 1218 That thorugh a peyne hath founden al his cure. 1218
Tr 3 1230 And as aboute a tree, with many a twiste, 1230
Tr 3 1230 And as aboute a tree, with many a twiste, 1230
Tr 3 1252 And therwithal a thousand tyme hire kiste, 1252
Tr 3 1271 And me bistowed in so heigh a place 1270
Tr 3 1284 That am unworthi to so swete a wight. 1284
Tr 3 1360 And wel a thousand tymes gan he syke -- 1360
Tr 3 1370 But wel I woot, a broche, gold and asure, 1370
Tr 3 1371 In which a ruby set was lik an herte, 1370
Tr 3 1373 Lord, trowe ye a coveytous or a wrecche, 1372
Tr 3 1373 Lord, trowe ye a coveytous or a wrecche, 1372
Tr 3 1382 Thei callen love a woodnesse or folie, 1382
Tr 3 1402 Of any wo of swich a tyme agoon, 1402
Tr 3 1404 And fallen in a newe joye anoon; 1404
Tr 3 1459 For many a lovere hastow slayn, and wilt; 1458
Tr 3 1493 And with a sik she seyde, " O herte deere, 1492
Tr 3 1509 God myghte nought a poynt my joies eche. 1508
Tr 3 1515 And if to yow it were a gret gladnesse 1514
Tr 3 1540 A thousand fold was worth more than he wende. 1540
Tr 3 1554 In swich a plit, she dorste make hym cheere. 1554
Tr 3 1573 Have here a swerd and smyteth of myn hed! " 1572
Tr 3 1601 That, though I myght a thousand tymes selle 1600
Tr 3 1602 Upon a day my lif in thi servise, 1602
Tr 3 1603 It myghte naught a moote in that suffise. 1602
Tr 3 1614 Or elles ded hadde I ben many a day. " 1614
Tr 3 1627 A man to han ben in prosperitee, 1626
Tr 3 1634 As gret a craft is kepe wel as wynne. 1634
Tr 3 1636 For worldly joie halt nought but by a wir. 1636
Tr 3 1654 But now I feele a newe qualitee -- 1654
Tr 3 1684 A thousand fold; this nedeth nought enquere. 1684
Tr 3 1713 And many a nyght they wroughte in this manere, 1712
Tr 3 1714 And thus Fortune a tyme ledde in joie 1714
Tr 3 1721 A world of folk, as com hym wel of kynde, 1720
Tr 3 1723 That swich a vois was of hym and a stevene, 1722
Tr 3 1723 That swich a vois was of hym and a stevene, 1722
Tr 3 1732 Kan nought the montance of a knotte unbynde 1732
Tr 3 1739 And swich a feste and swich a proces make 1738
Tr 3 1739 And swich a feste and swich a proces make 1738
Tr 3 1754 Holden a bond perpetuely durynge, 1754
Tr 3 1759 Constreyneth to a certeyn ende so 1758