WEAKED.................1
being forlabored, forwearied, and weaked, waxeth the less able 2, 35/ 12
 
 WEAL...................8
thirsted after their own weal or our woe, it 2, 15/ 9
both tendereth the King's weal and the honor of 2, 26/ 27
Which for your own weal we doubt not but 2, 74/ 25
be partners is your weal and honor; which, as 2, 76/ 7
redound unto your great weal and commodity, we require 2, 76/ 31
thought it for the weal universal to take that 2, 79/ 19
what unsurety standeth this-worldly weal, or what mischief worketh 2, 86/ 22
title. But for the weal of this realm whereof 2, 93/ 19
 
 WEALTH.................11
fortune -- sometimes in wealth, often in adversity -- 2, 3/ 15
heartily minded to his wealth. And they that thus 2, 8/ 25
sake and ours, and wealth of the young duke 2, 27/ 1
regard took to his wealth as to her own 2, 28/ 31
to his honor and wealth, out of that place 2, 31/ 26
himself, whose both great wealth it were to be 2, 34/ 25
pleasure, and other wanton wealth -- was able soon 2, 55/ 16
this realm, to the wealth and increase of the 2, 74/ 11
to His Grace as wealth to all the realm 2, 78/ 3
brought up in great wealth, likely long to live 2, 86/ 16
that part was in wealth, and nevertheless left it 2, 90/ 24
 
 WEALTHFUL..............1
well to prosper in wealthful peace under your cousins 2, 13/ 11
 
 WEALTHY................1
that wanton women and wealthy be not always covetous 2, 56/ 24
 
 WEAPONED...............1
him, and every man weaponed, he took the Great 2, 21/ 18
 
 WEARIED................1
waking and musing, sore wearied with care and watch 2, 87/ 17
 
 WEARISH................1
where he showed a wearish, withered arm and small 2, 48/ 10
 
 WED....................2
by God's grace, so wed myself to mine own 2, 27/ 17
that like them to wed them. No more is 2, 63/ 27
 
 WEDDING................1
the solemnization of this wedding till these same were 2, 64/ 32
 
 WEEN...................9
Some wise men also ween that his drift, covertly 2, 8/ 22
it were hard, I ween, to guess. And if 2, 15/ 9
For every man will ween that no man will 2, 26/ 21
her husband? I would ween if she can allege 2, 32/ 34
Thou servest me, I ween, with "if's and with 2, 48/ 25
as no man should ween that they would vouchsafe 2, 52/ 29
Lordship would not, I ween, believe but that if 2, 92/ 6
good than he would ween, and that himself intended 2, 92/ 21
yet taken as I ween it would, might happen 2, 93/ 15
 
 WEENED.................1
those that I had weened would most surely serve 2, 83/ 26
 
 WEEPING................2
that could refrain from weeping. But the lords, recomforting 2, 13/ 26
way, leaving the child weeping as fast. When the 2, 42/ 12
 
 WEIGH..................2
dare well avow it: weigh the good that they 2, 30/ 31
you see not or weigh not. Wherefore we require 2, 76/ 8
 
 WEIGHT.................1
Christ's church bear that weight with us that would 2, 12/ 16
 
 WEIGHTY................5
and in his most weighty matters put no man 2, 45/ 21
And finally, in many weighty suits she stood many 2, 56/ 20
chief thing and the weighty of all that invention 2, 59/ 18
matter right great and weighty, and no less weighty 2, 69/ 14
weighty, and no less weighty than pleasing unto God 2, 69/ 14
 
 WELCOME................2
went I hence to welcome him home, and from 2, 39/ 19
with these words: "Now, welcome, my lord, even with 2, 42/ 16
 
 WELL...................118
whom he deposed, was well assuaged, and in effect 2, 4/ 5
adventurous. Whose wars, whoso well consider, he shall no 2, 4/ 15
latter days lessened and well left. In which time 2, 4/ 25
upon conjectures may as well shoot too far as 2, 9/ 6
And forasmuch as he well wist, and helped to 2, 9/ 27
that that happened, yet well foreseeing that many harms 2, 10/ 17
bore him sore, as well for that the King 2, 11/ 4
Sometimes a thing right well intended, our misconstruction turneth 2, 12/ 5
But this wot I well: ye never had so 2, 12/ 8
I pray God as well forget as we well 2, 13/ 2
well forget as we well remember. Which things if 2, 13/ 2
if I could as well have foreseen as I 2, 13/ 3
quiet, and likely right well to prosper in wealthful 2, 13/ 10
whose power, she wist well, far stretched. And thus 2, 16/ 23
go out -- perceiving well so great a thing 2, 18/ 10
things these dukes wist well were done for good 2, 19/ 16
good faith, I dare well answer for mine uncle 2, 19/ 19
cheer, all should be well enough. And he thanked 2, 20/ 4
that all shall be well." "I assure him," quoth 2, 21/ 13
Archbishop, "be it as well as it will, it 2, 21/ 14
will never be so well as we have seen 2, 21/ 14
commotion and murmur, as well in other places about 2, 22/ 17
wise men more unlikely (well perceiving that the intenders 2, 24/ 11
people were therewith very well satisfied, and said it 2, 24/ 14
in his hand -- well witting that if he 2, 25/ 14
he shall be so well cherished and so honorably 2, 27/ 11
that ye shall all well perceive that no lack 2, 28/ 17
upon my soul, she well knoweth she needeth no 2, 28/ 21
knoweth, whose troth she well trusteth -- it is 2, 29/ 10
as traitors, I will well there be some places 2, 30/ 13
very bowels. I dare well avow it: weigh the 2, 30/ 30
that (which he wist well she specially tendered), not 2, 34/ 23
to be together, as well for many greater causes 2, 34/ 25
though it seem light, well pondering that their youth 2, 34/ 27
a little amended than well recovered, that I dare 2, 35/ 7
elsewhere. Which in this well appeareth: that at such 2, 35/ 28
-- Your Grace was well content therewith yourself." "Not 2, 35/ 31
therewith yourself." "Not very well content," quoth the Queen 2, 35/ 32
the matter examined, do well enough. And as toward 2, 37/ 1
to be false, so well she wist it was 2, 41/ 5
deceived, so was she well assured they would not 2, 41/ 9
-- that wot I well; and I know well 2, 42/ 1
well; and I know well you be wise. Power 2, 42/ 2
too much, be you well ware that you fear 2, 42/ 7
a man could not well tell whom he might 2, 43/ 27
should not long be well, though they neither wist 2, 44/ 24
ears ere it were well out of their mouths 2, 45/ 18
so lief, since he well wist there was no 2, 45/ 23
the Protector loved him well, and loath was to 2, 46/ 10
mind sore misgave them, well perceiving that this matter 2, 48/ 12
but a quarrel. For well they wist that the 2, 48/ 14
was there present but well knew that his harm 2, 48/ 18
albeit each man wot well daily happeneth to them 2, 50/ 29
place, that jeopardy so well past, it gave him 2, 51/ 29
he, "that remember I well; and thanked be God 2, 52/ 3
Pomfret -- which he well wist, but nothing aware 2, 52/ 8
and ungracious example, as well in many other things 2, 53/ 24
in parchment, in so well a set hand, and 2, 54/ 5
that every child might well perceive that it was 2, 54/ 6
brought up, and very well married, saving somewhat too 2, 55/ 8
coupled ere she were well ripe, she not very 2, 55/ 11
being even such, whoso well advise her visage might 2, 55/ 32
and could both read well and write; merry in 2, 56/ 3
with the deed itself well done, or for that 2, 56/ 22
that it might be well taken. To this counsel 2, 58/ 12
pretext whereof cannot be well perceived but if we 2, 59/ 34
favor, moderate of stature, well made, and very wise 2, 61/ 7
manner, and words so well set, that she rather 2, 61/ 17
many great promises, she well espied the King's affection 2, 61/ 19
that he could not well otherwise do, standing that 2, 62/ 5
likely to take it well if all his voyage 2, 62/ 7
she should take it well, yet was at a 2, 63/ 4
mind took she it well or otherwise. Howbeit, somewhat 2, 63/ 5
to get and keep well in one man's days 2, 64/ 5
purged and the truth well and openly testified. Whereupon 2, 64/ 33
of knightly prowess, as well in all princely behavior 2, 67/ 28
knightly prowess, which as well in all princely behavior 2, 68/ 16
that his own conscience well showed him that they 2, 68/ 31
thing that we wot well ye have long time 2, 69/ 16
friends have known as well their goods as their 2, 70/ 30
it is ever the well and occasion of much 2, 71/ 10
Howbeit, this wot you well all: that whoso was 2, 71/ 30
noble city -- as well for that among you 2, 72/ 18
had as singular cause well and kindly to treat 2, 72/ 22
shall not, I wot well, need that I rehearse 2, 72/ 33
Which honorable preacher, ye well remember, substantially declared unto 2, 73/ 9
realm. Whereby it may well seem that marriage not 2, 73/ 21
seem that marriage not well made, of which there 2, 73/ 22
of York. Which thing well considered, and the great 2, 74/ 3
thing, I wot it well, he will be loath 2, 74/ 12
as he whose wisdom well perceiveth the labor and 2, 74/ 13
therewith to whosoever so well occupy that room as 2, 74/ 15
room, I warn you well, is no child's office 2, 74/ 16
the great wise man well perceived when he said 2, 74/ 17
they perceive you not well." "That shall we amend 2, 75/ 8
and other words, so well and ornately, and nevertheless 2, 75/ 10
praise given to God) well begun, in that the 2, 79/ 9
a little rounded as well with other noblemen about 2, 79/ 13
commons: "Since we perceive well that all the realm 2, 79/ 29
their wills; and we well also perceive that no 2, 79/ 32
before, when that themselves well wist there was no 2, 80/ 22
them but he perceived well enough that all the 2, 80/ 23
bishop, every man wotteth well, by the paying for 2, 80/ 28
the people know right well that he that playeth 2, 81/ 1
evil gotten is never well kept, through all the 2, 82/ 14
the world, was as well with princes as the 2, 82/ 24
without, that, I dare well say, to do Your 2, 83/ 28
prince, if he had well served God and by 2, 84/ 2
Which thing this page well had marked and known 2, 84/ 10
things on every part well pondered, God never gave 2, 86/ 21
was of truth not well at ease, and that 2, 90/ 14
both to King Richard well known and not ill 2, 90/ 14
as one man might well wish, ended them so 2, 91/ 16
death, with God's mercy, well changed his life. This 2, 91/ 17
often alternate proof as well of prosperity as adverse 2, 91/ 18
fox. "Thou mayest abide well enough -- the lion 2, 93/ 8
he, "that wot I well enough. But what an 2, 93/ 9
to say, taken as well as before God I 2, 93/ 14