The Concordance
Bo3 p1 6 a litel herafter I seide thus: " O thow that art 6
Bo3 p1 25 whiche that is a more verray thyng. And certes 24
Bo3 p1 29 withynne a wyght, thanne ben thei swete. 28
Bo3 m1 1 " Whoso wole sowe a feld plentevous, let hym 50
Bo3 p2 1 Tho fastnede sche a litel the syghte of hir 66
Bo3 p2 9 blisfulnesse is swiche a good, that whoso 74
Bo3 p2 18 that blisfulnesse is a parfyt estat by the congregacioun 84
Bo3 p2 52 yyveth to men, as it semeth hem, a maner 118
Bo3 p2 57 vertu, for it is a ful hooly maner thyng; alle 122
Bo3 p2 85 al be it so that it be with a dyrkyd memorie; 150
Bo3 p2 86 but he not by whiche path, ryght as a dronke 152
Bo3 m2 7 by a boond that may nat be unbownde. Al be 198
Bo3 m2 23 seyn, in the wode), and after is enclosed in a 214
Bo3 m2 32 The yerde of a tree, that is haled adoun by 222
Bo3 m2 38 ayen eftsones his cart, by a pryve path, there 228
Bo3 p3 3 it be with a thynne ymaginacioun; and 240
Bo3 p3 4 by a maner thought, al be it nat clerly ne parfitely, 240
Bo3 p3 10 whiche a man weneth to geten hym blisfulnesse, 246
Bo3 p3 14 thynges, brynge to men swiche a thyng that no 250
Bo3 p3 52 " Thanne mai nat richesses maken that a man 286
Bo3 p3 69 " Than, " quod sche, " hath a man nede to 304
Bo3 p3 80 maken a man rather have nede of foreyne 314
Bo3 p3 93 thyng, yit duelleth thanne a nede that myghte be 328
Bo3 m3 1 " Al weere it so that a riche coveytous man 336
Bo3 m3 2 hadde a ryver or a goter fletynge al of gold, yit 336
Bo3 m3 2 hadde a ryver or a goter fletynge al of gold, yit 336
Bo3 p4 11 which thyng Catullus clepid a consul of 356
Bo3 p4 13 (as who seith, he clepid hym a congregacioun 358
Bo3 p4 14 of vices in his brest, as a postum is ful of corrupcioun), 358
Bo3 p4 27 thow seye that he hadde wikkide corage of a 372
Bo3 p4 32 Now yif thow seie a man that were fulfild of 376
Bo3 p4 45 a wykkyd wyght be in so mochel the fowlere 390
Bo3 p4 60 yif that a man hadde used and had manye 404
Bo3 p4 65 that honour of peple were a natureel yifte to 410
Bo3 p4 82 whilom a greet power; now nys it no thyng but 426
Bo3 p4 83 an idel name, and the rente of the senatorie a 428
Bo3 p4 84 greet charge; and yif a wyght whilom hadde the 428
Bo3 p4 89 seyd a litel herebyforn, that thilke thyng 434
Bo3 p5 2 thei maken a man to ben myghti? How elles, 462
Bo3 p5 7 out of hir welefulnesse. O, a noble thyng and 466
Bo3 p5 8 a cleer thyng is power, that is nat fownden 468
Bo3 p5 23 than of welefulnesse. A tyraunt, that was kyng 482
Bo3 p5 26 remes by gastnesse of a swerd that heng over 486
Bo3 p5 35 done? And holdestow thanne hym a myghti 494
Bo3 p5 69 is more myghty for to anoye a wyght 528
Bo3 p5 70 than a famylier enemy? 530
Bo3 p6 2 it ofte! For which thyng nat unskilfully a tragedien 542
Bo3 p6 3 (that is to seyn, a makere of dytees that 544
Bo3 p6 6 thousandes of folk but a greet swellere of eres!' 546
Bo3 p6 17 sothfastnesse of conscience? And yif it seme a 558
Bo3 p6 18 fair thyng a man to han encreced and sprad his 558
Bo3 p6 20 ben a foul thyng yif it ne be yspradde and 560
Bo3 p6 21 encreced. But, as I seide a litil herebyforn, 562
Bo3 p6 34 how flyttynge a thyng it es? For yif the name 574
Bo3 p6 36 of lynage, thanne is gentil name but a 576
Bo3 p6 39 gentilesse be a maner preisynge that cometh 580
Bo3 p6 48 this, that it semeth as that a maner necessite 588
Bo3 p7 5 sorwes unsuffrable, ryght as a maner fruyt 610
Bo3 p8 2 ne ben a maner mysledynges to blisfulnesse, ne 640
Bo3 p8 41 eyghen of a beeste that highte lynx, so that 680
Bo3 p8 54 by the heete of a fevere of thre dayes. 692
Bo3 p8 56 this schortly in a somme: that thise worldly 694
Bo3 m8 15 seyn, of a maner schellefyssche with whiche men 714
Bo3 p9 13 ryght as thoughe it were thurw a litil clyfte, but 742
Bo3 p9 27 if so be that ther is a thyng that in ony partie 756
Bo3 p9 34 " And demestow, " quod sche, " that a thyng 762
Bo3 p9 47 that a dirk thyng and nat noble that is suffisaunt, 776
Bo3 p9 69 " This a consequence, " quod I. 798
Bo3 p9 73 that is noble and honourable, nys nat that a 802
Bo3 p9 74 myry thyng and a joyful? " 802
Bo3 p9 90 partie of a thyng that ne hath no part, thei 818
Bo3 p9 122 Boece. " What seystow thanne, yif that a 850
Bo3 p9 145 theyghe it were to a blynd man; and that 872
Bo3 p9 146 schewedestow me ful wel a litel herbyforn, 874
Bo3 p9 150 blisfulnesse that parfitly maketh a man suffisaunt, 878
Bo3 p9 174 elles it semeth that thei yeve to mortel folk a 902
Bo3 m9 28 divyded [and] hath assembled a moevynge 956
Bo3 m9 30 to hymself, and envyrouneth a ful deep 958
Bo3 p10 9 a litel herebyforn (that is to seyn, sovereyn 986
Bo3 p10 15 thilke good ne is, and that it nys ryght as a 992
Bo3 p10 31 schewid a litel herebyforn that yif ther be 1008
Bo3 p10 32 a blisfulnesse that be freel and veyn and inparfyt, 1008
Bo3 p10 88 And eek at the laste se wel that a thing that is 1064
Bo3 p10 94 sovereyn good; but certes it were a felenous 1070
Bo3 p10 129 this, ne more ferme by resoun, ne a more 1104
Bo3 p10 137 the here as a corolarie or a meede of coroune. 1112
Bo3 p10 137 the here as a corolarie or a meede of coroune. 1112
Bo3 p10 151 " This ys, " quod I, " a fair thing and a 1126
Bo3 p10 151 " This ys, " quod I, " a fair thing and a 1126
Bo3 p10 161 maken or conjoynen as a maner body of 1136
Bo3 p10 196 membres, that diverse membris compounen a 1170
Bo3 p10 204 but that is a thing that mai not ben don. " 1178
Bo3 p10 231 that a wyght wolde ryden for cause of hele, 1204
Bo3 p11 11 thinges that I have concluded a litel herebyforn 1262
Bo3 p11 21 power to bryngen a good that is ful and 1272
Bo3 p11 58 and dwellen togidre, it es cleped a beeste; and 1310
Bo3 p11 61 thanne scheweth it wel that it is a deed 1312
Bo3 p11 63 the body of a wyght, while it duelleth in oo 1314
Bo3 p11 65 seyn that it is a figure of mankynde; and yif 1316
Bo3 p11 90 herbes and of trees [and] I am in a doute 1340
Bo3 p11 120 hevene as a deffendour myghty to suffren 1370
Bo3 p11 125 woot wel that they ne ben ryght as a foundement 1376
Bo3 p11 126 and edifice for to duren, noght oonly for a tyme, 1376
Bo3 p11 165 dredeth. (That is to seyn as thus: that a man 1416
Bo3 p11 170 that the wil of a wyght distourbeth and 1420
Bo3 p11 180 hym this, that is a ful grete cause to lyven 1430
Bo3 p11 222 seydest that thow wistest not a litel herbyforn. " 1472
Bo3 m11 1 " Whoso that seketh sooth by a deep thought, 1482
Bo3 m11 5 let hym gaderyn ayein, enclynynge into a compas, 1486
Bo3 m11 39 of any thing that were axid, yif ther nere a 1520
Bo3 p12 22 " Thou ne wendest nat, " quod sche, " a litel 1550
Bo3 p12 47 `God,' that is a word that is used to alle folk. " 1574
Bo3 p12 73 alle thinges by hymself; and he is as a keye and 1600
Bo3 p12 74 a styere, by whiche that the edifice of this world 1602
Bo3 p12 77 aperceyvede a litil herebyforn that thow woldest 1604
Bo3 p12 78 seyn thus, al be it so that it were by a 1606
Bo3 p12 98 ne schulde nat seme blisful yif ther were a yok 1626
Bo3 p12 161 of wordes a manere wondirful sercle 1688
Bo3 p12 163 For certes a litel herebyforne, whanne thou bygunne 1690
Bo3 p12 168 for whiche thou yave me as a covenable 1696
Bo3 m12 49 a lawe in this and covenaunt in the yifte; 1784
Bo3 m12 53 yeven a lawe to loverys? Love is a grettere lawe 1788
Bo3 m12 53 yeven a lawe to loverys? Love is a grettere lawe 1788
Bo3 m12 54 and a strengere to hymself thanne any lawe that 1788