WILLFUL................2
if their murder were willful. And where it is 2, 30/ 18
therein, of them whom willful unthriftiness hath brought to 2, 30/ 27
 
 WILLIAM................3
goldsmith, then mayor, with William White and John Mathew 2, 24/ 17
Richard Radcliff and Sir William Catesby, which, longing for 2, 84/ 6
called "Black Will," or "William Slaughter") except, set to 2, 85/ 6
 
 WILLING................3
fear, but in a willing and loving obedience; among 2, 4/ 29
parties so toward and willing that he speedily, according 2, 60/ 10
the north parts), not willing any bastard blood to 2, 74/ 6
 
 WILLS..................2
place than the parties' wills. Nor none of us 2, 15/ 21
can govern against their wills; and we well also 2, 79/ 32
 
 WIN....................5
the other, and then win to his purpose as 2, 10/ 5
by pleasant advice to win themselves favor than by 2, 10/ 24
think it possible to win the Lord Hastings into 2, 46/ 13
he went about to win unto him the nobles 2, 81/ 23
no wise ways to win favor. He had been 2, 90/ 23
 
 WIND...................3
as the sea without wind swelleth of itself sometimes 2, 44/ 26
that wave with the wind, but wise men also 2, 45/ 8
farther about, like a wind in every man's ear 2, 52/ 24
 
 WINDOW.................1
might in his chamber window see all the Thames 2, 22/ 13
 
 WINDSOR................3
conveyed, was interred at Windsor. A king of such 2, 3/ 20
His Highness, being at Windsor in hunting, sent for 2, 5/ 14
the head, interred at Windsor, beside the body of 2, 49/ 23
 
 WINNING................2
keeping it, losing and winning again, it hath cost 2, 71/ 17
than hath twice the winning of France. In which 2, 71/ 18
 
 WISDOM.................11
nevertheless no farther than wisdom would, adventurous. Whose wars 2, 4/ 14
no less commend his wisdom where he voided than 2, 4/ 15
grace turn him to wisdom; which if God send 2, 12/ 1
counsel of them whose wisdom she knoweth, whose troth 2, 29/ 10
man that neither hath wisdom to desire it nor 2, 33/ 13
fortune than the master's wisdom. And yet therein, she 2, 62/ 13
him, as he whose wisdom well perceiveth the labor 2, 74/ 13
thereto of so great wisdom joined with so great 2, 74/ 21
with him familiar. Whose wisdom abused his pride to 2, 90/ 21
his fast faith and wisdom, not only was content 2, 91/ 2
mother and mistress of wisdom) a deep insight in 2, 91/ 20
 
 WISE...................40
own born brother. Some wise men also ween that 2, 8/ 22
is reported on this wise said unto them: "My 2, 11/ 10
reason nor in any wise to be suffered that 2, 14/ 22
Queen, being in this wise persuaded, such word sent 2, 17/ 1
well-spoken man) in goodly wise to excuse himself, they 2, 18/ 23
knees, in very humble wise, saluted His Grace -- 2, 19/ 4
conclusion beheaded. In this wise the Duke of Gloucester 2, 20/ 15
that in the sorest wise: that the King her 2, 20/ 19
there one, in like wise not long after midnight 2, 21/ 3
Seal, which in like wise as that noble prince 2, 22/ 9
made the matter to wise men more unlikely (well 2, 24/ 11
Bishop of Lincoln, a wise man and a good 2, 25/ 5
will, that neither his wise and faithful advertisement can 2, 27/ 8
could be in no wise entreated with her good 2, 27/ 26
were not in any wise to be attempted to 2, 27/ 28
that we were a wise sort of councillors about 2, 29/ 30
of this mischief, if wise men would set their 2, 31/ 18
time would in any wise serve her. When the 2, 34/ 5
one place. For what wise merchant adventureth all his 2, 41/ 31
know well you be wise. Power and strength to 2, 42/ 2
with the wind, but wise men also and some 2, 45/ 8
all see in what wise that sorceress and that 2, 48/ 7
the Queen was too wise to go about any 2, 48/ 14
Queen's brother, in such wise that he was for 2, 51/ 21
the people in such wise that it might be 2, 58/ 12
well made, and very wise -- he not only 2, 61/ 7
voyage were in such wise frustrated and his appointments 2, 62/ 8
Warwick, which was a wise man and a courageous 2, 65/ 30
in this manner of wise: "Friends, for the zeal 2, 69/ 10
so cunning and so wise that no man better 2, 73/ 5
And that the great wise man well perceived when 2, 74/ 16
they would in no wise offend. Then the Protector 2, 78/ 4
not suffer, in any wise, King Edward's line to 2, 79/ 30
lookers-on. And they that wise be, will meddle no 2, 81/ 8
at and praised, but wise men took it for 2, 82/ 2
Robert should in any wise put the two children 2, 83/ 18
forward and by such wise do him good that 2, 84/ 12
in the most secret wise he could, one Persale 2, 88/ 4
this; and many right wise men think it unlikely 2, 90/ 2
in behavior, lacking no wise ways to win favor 2, 90/ 23
 
 WISELY.................3
after Earl of Derby, wisely mistrusted it, and said 2, 45/ 11
that did she so wisely, and with so good 2, 61/ 16
saw this manner, they wisely turned it to their 2, 76/ 26
 
 WISER..................1
she reckoneth herself no wiser than she thinketh some 2, 29/ 2
 
 WISH...................2
one man might well wish, ended them so godly 2, 91/ 16
I was about to wish that to those good 2, 93/ 21
 
 WISHED.................2
if you would have wished her somewhat higher. Thus 2, 55/ 25
as I would have wished, King Henry's son had 2, 92/ 7
 
 WIST...................25
commanded it), when he wist it was done, piteously 2, 7/ 14
forasmuch as he well wist, and helped to maintain 2, 9/ 27
whereof the end, he wist, was doubtful, and in 2, 16/ 9
defense whose power, she wist well, far stretched. And 2, 16/ 23
which things these dukes wist well were done for 2, 19/ 16
and sent no man wist whither, to be done 2, 20/ 21
believed, of part he wist the contrary), these commotions 2, 23/ 26
over that (which he wist well she specially tendered 2, 34/ 23
false, so well she wist it was either needless 2, 41/ 5
blood that if they wist where any of it 2, 41/ 22
well, though they neither wist what they feared nor 2, 44/ 24
lief, since he well wist there was no man 2, 45/ 23
of which every man wist himself clear. Then the 2, 47/ 25
quarrel. For well they wist that the Queen was 2, 48/ 14
soon." But so little wist the other what he 2, 51/ 10
-- which he well wist, but nothing aware that 2, 52/ 8
that all the world wist was true, and that 2, 54/ 22
strengths, while no man wist what to think nor 2, 58/ 7
plainly that as she wist herself too simple to 2, 61/ 23
merrily, as he that wist himself out of her 2, 63/ 3
priest, but I never wist it yet that it 2, 64/ 19
the thing which he wist he should not say 2, 73/ 7
near them till he wist what they meant. And 2, 77/ 29
when that themselves well wist there was no man 2, 80/ 23
him, whose pride, they wist, would bear no peer 2, 84/ 8