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Bo4 p1 18 namely a ryght gret cause of my sorwe: that so | 18 |

Bo4 p1 38 " that were a greet merveille and an abaysschinge | 38 |

Bo4 p1 42 hous of so mochel a fadir and an ordeynour of | 42 |

Bo4 p1 47 I have concluded a litel herebyforn ben kept | 46 |

Bo4 m1 13 and he, imaked a knyght of the clere | 82 |

Bo4 p2 31 yif thou see a wyght that wolde geten that | 144 |

Bo4 p2 36 " And yif thou se a wyght, " quod sche, " that | 150 |

Bo4 p2 42 who seith, in so moche as a man is myghty to | 156 |

Bo4 p2 43 doon a thing, in so mochel men halt hym | 156 |

Bo4 p2 65 " This is a verray consequence, " quod I. | 178 |

Bo4 p2 105 " Thanne, " quod sche, " yif that a wight be | 216 |

Bo4 p2 189 a merveile to seien, that schrewes, whiche | 300 |

Bo4 p2 196 myghtest seyn of the careyne of a man, that it | 308 |

Bo4 p2 197 were a deed man, but thou ne myghtest nat | 308 |

Bo4 p2 198 symply callen it a man; so graunte I wel forsothe | 310 |

Bo4 p2 216 and proevid a litil herebyforn that evel is | 328 |

Bo4 p2 223 I have diffinysched a litil herbyforn that no thing | 334 |

Bo4 p2 250 desired ben referred to good, ryght as to a | 362 |

Bo4 p3 9 mede of that; as thus, yif a man renneth in | 412 |

Bo4 p3 16 right as a comune mede, which mede ne | 420 |

Bo4 p3 44 yaf the a litel herebyforn, and gadre it togidre | 448 |

Bo4 p3 80 lerned a litil herebyforn that alle thing that | 484 |

Bo4 p3 102 betidith it that, yif thou seest a wyght that be | 506 |

Bo4 p3 104 that he be a man. For if he be ardaunt in avaryce, | 508 |

Bo4 p3 105 and that he be a ravynour by violence of foreyne | 508 |

Bo4 p3 109 likne hym to the hownd; and if he be a | 512 |

Bo4 p3 114 bereth the corage of a lyoun; and yif he be | 518 |

Bo4 p3 124 bounte and prowesse, he forletith to ben a man; | 528 |

Bo4 p3 126 God, he is torned into a beeste. | 530 |

Bo4 m3 10 hem is coverid his face with forme of a | 540 |

Bo4 m3 11 boor; the tother is chaungid into a lyoun | 540 |

Bo4 m3 14 chaunged into a wolf, and howleth whan he | 544 |

Bo4 m3 16 the hows as a tigre of Inde. But al be it so | 546 |

Bo4 m3 43 todrawen a man to hem more myghtely than | 572 |

Bo4 p4 16 a gret partie of the peyne to schrewes scholde | 594 |

Bo4 p4 42 this lif, that is long to abyde, nameliche to a corage | 620 |

Bo4 p4 45 is ofte destroyed by a sodeyn ende, or | 622 |

Bo4 p4 50 lengest is a schrewe. The whiche wikkide | 628 |

Bo4 p4 64 an hard thing to accorde hym to a conclusioun, | 642 |

Bo4 p4 68 nis nat spedful to a necessarie conclusioun; | 646 |

Bo4 p4 110 he is a wrecche, that ther be yit another | 686 |

Bo4 p4 142 concluded a lytel herebyforn. But I preye the | 718 |

Bo4 p4 152 ben excercised by a purgynge mekenesse; but | 728 |

Bo4 p4 212 wyltow seyn of this: yif that a man hadde al | 788 |

Bo4 p4 234 " Yif thou were thanne iset a juge or a | 810 |

Bo4 p4 234 " Yif thou were thanne iset a juge or a | 810 |

Bo4 p4 262 schrewes it were a more covenable thing that the | 838 |

Bo4 p4 290 overmochel a fool, and for to haten | 866 |

Bo4 m4 16 ryghtful. Wiltow thanne yelden a covenable | 892 |

Bo4 p5 27 of this so wrongful a confusioun; for I wolde | 920 |

Bo4 p5 44 ne knowe nat the cause of so gret a disposicioun, | 938 |

Bo4 m5 18 strokes. (That is to seyn, that ther is a maner | 960 |

Bo4 p6 9 And thanne sche, a litelwhat smylinge, | 988 |

Bo4 p6 21 manere ne noon ende, but if that a wyght | 1000 |

Bo4 p6 22 constreynede tho doutes by a ryght lifly and | 1000 |

Bo4 p6 32 as the knowynge of thise thinges is a maner | 1010 |

Bo4 p6 37 deliteth the, thou most suffren and forberen a | 1016 |

Bo4 p6 83 ryght as a werkman that aperceyveth in his | 1062 |

Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, | 1096 |

Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, | 1096 |

Bo4 p6 120 and is, as it were, a centre or a poynt to the | 1098 |

Bo4 p6 120 and is, as it were, a centre or a poynt to the | 1098 |

Bo4 p6 122 and thilke that is utterest, compased by a largere | 1100 |

Bo4 p6 155 men by a bond of causes nat able to ben | 1134 |

Bo4 p6 179 a worse confusioun than that gode men | 1158 |

Bo4 p6 196 seith, may a man speken and determinen of | 1174 |

Bo4 p6 201 (as who seith, but it is lik a mervayle or | 1180 |

Bo4 p6 225 to comprehende and to telle) a fewe thingis of | 1204 |

Bo4 p6 237 opynioun it is a confusioun. But I suppose that | 1216 |

Bo4 p6 251 wolde deme that it were a felonie that he | 1230 |

Bo4 p6 253 nat suffre that swich a man be moeved with any | 1232 |

Bo4 p6 254 bodily maladye. But so as seyde a philosophre, | 1232 |

Bo4 p6 294 schrewes scheweth a gret argument to good | 1272 |

Bo4 p7 15 " Forsothe this is a ful verray resoun, " quod | 1430 |

Bo4 p7 17 destyne that thou taughtest me a litel herebyforn | 1432 |

Bo4 p7 21 whiche thow seydest a litel herebyforn that | 1436 |

Bo4 p7 30 a litil to the wordis of the peple, | 1444 |

Bo4 p7 93 plawntest a ful egre bataile in thy corage ayeins | 1508 |

Bo4 m7 48 torned hym into a bole, and Hercules brak of | 1568 |

Bo4 m7 71 erthly lust is overcomyn, a man is makid | 1592 |

ABAISSEN...........1 | |

Bo4 p7 77 stronge man ne semeth nat to abaissen or disdaignen | 1492 |

ABATED.............1 | |

Bo4 p6 262 abated. And God yeveth and departeth to other | 1240 |

ABAYSSCHINGE.......1 | |

Bo4 p1 38 " that were a greet merveille and an abaysschinge | 38 |

ABLE...............2 | |

Bo4 p6 155 men by a bond of causes nat able to ben | 1134 |

Bo4 p7 22 thei ne were nat able to ben wened to the | 1436 |

ABOUTE.............2 | |

Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, | 1096 |

Bo4 p6 117 tornen aboute a same centre or aboute a poynt, | 1096 |

ABOUTEN............1 | |

Bo4 p6 121 tothere cerklis that tornen abouten hym; | 1100 |

ABOVEN.............1 | |

Bo4 p3 42 mede and ryght greet aboven alle medes. Remembre | 446 |

ABOWTE.............1 | |

Bo4 m6 10 abowte the sovereyn heighte of the world | 1364 |

ABSOLUTLY..........1 | |

Bo4 p2 200 nat graunten absolutly and symply that thei | 312 |

ABYDE..............1 | |

Bo4 p4 42 this lif, that is long to abyde, nameliche to a corage | 620 |

ABYDEST............1 | |

Bo4 p6 373 abydest som swetnesse of songe. Tak thanne this | 1352 |

ABYEN..............1 | |

Bo4 p4 80 lasse wrecches, that abyen the tormentz | 656 |

ABYETH.............1 | |

Bo4 p1 30 folk, and it abyeth the tormentz in stede of | 30 |

ACCORDAUNCE........1 | |

Bo4 m6 22 the sterres. This accordaunce atempryth by evenelyke | 1376 |

ACCORDE............1 | |

Bo4 p4 64 an hard thing to accorde hym to a conclusioun, | 642 |

ACCORDEN...........1 | |

Bo4 p6 240 accorden hem togidre of hym; but he is so | 1218 |

ACCORDEST..........1 | |

Bo4 p4 143 that thow telle me, yif thow accordest to leten | 718 |

ACCORDETH..........5 | |

Bo4 p3 48 and thilke folk that ben blisful it accordeth and | 452 |

Bo4 p4 60 that it accordeth moche to the thinges that | 638 |

Bo4 p4 217 wene that he were blynd? Ne also ne accordeth | 792 |

Bo4 p4 229 " It accordeth, " quod I. | 804 |

Bo4 p4 233 " It accordeth wel, " quod I. | 808 |

ACCUSACIOUN........1 | |

Bo4 p4 272 sholde be torned into the habyte of accusacioun. | 848 |

ACCUSE.............1 | |

Bo4 p4 273 (That is to seyn, thei scholden accuse | 848 |

ACCUSOURS..........2 | |

Bo4 p4 263 accusours or advocattes, nat wrooth but pytous | 838 |

Bo4 p4 285 to hir juges and to hir accusours. For whiche it | 860 |

ACHALEOUS..........1 | |

Bo4 m7 45 strondes (that is to seyn, that Achaleous coude | 1566 |