WORDS..................35
ne'er whether any preacher's words ought more to move 2, 12/ 10
Wherefore in these last words that ever I look 2, 13/ 17
him with as good words as they could, and 2, 13/ 27
presence (as by their words appeared) each forgave other 2, 13/ 29
years rooted." With these words and writings and such 2, 15/ 26
must say. Unto which words the King answered, "What 2, 19/ 18
other lands (as evil words walk far) -- that 2, 26/ 19
and speak sore, biting words against the Protector, and 2, 40/ 10
The Queen with these words stood a good while 2, 40/ 24
kissed him, with these words: "Now, welcome, my lord 2, 42/ 16
to prove, with some words cast out afar off 2, 46/ 12
him speak so terrible words, that he durst no 2, 46/ 16
the Queen. At these words many of the other 2, 47/ 30
their innocence, lest their words might have inclined men 2, 57/ 29
so good manner, and words so well set, that 2, 61/ 17
The Duchess with these words nothing appeased, and seeing 2, 64/ 20
By reason of which words, such obstacle was made 2, 64/ 30
Grace spoke so loving words unto her that she 2, 65/ 3
been for such kind words, she would never have 2, 65/ 5
the speaking of these words the Protector should have 2, 67/ 33
the end that those words meeting with his presence 2, 68/ 2
he should prevent those words, and the Doctor, fearing 2, 68/ 9
could come to those words, hastened his matter thereto 2, 68/ 10
began to repeat those words again: "This is the 2, 68/ 15
he liveth." While these words were in speaking, the 2, 68/ 21
ye should reckon my words of as great authority 2, 73/ 3
other order and other words, so well and ornately 2, 75/ 10
everything as the Duke's words and no part his 2, 75/ 30
people again, with these words: "Dear friends, we come 2, 76/ 2
or not." At these words the people began to 2, 76/ 13
nobleman that would. These words much moved the Protector 2, 79/ 25
For upon this page's words, King Richard arose (for 2, 84/ 14
used him with good words, and put him in 2, 85/ 3
many spiteful and minatory words, which so wounded his 2, 89/ 14
fed him with fair words and many pleasant praises 2, 91/ 22
 
 WORKETH................1
weal, or what mischief worketh the proud enterprise of 2, 86/ 23
 
 WORLD..................22
trouble of the tempestuous world that followed, highly toward 2, 4/ 2
of God or the world unnaturally contrived to bereave 2, 6/ 6
he came into the world with the feet forward 2, 7/ 26
would -- all the world would put her and 2, 16/ 26
treated that all the world shall, to our honor 2, 27/ 12
her alone), all the world would say that we 2, 29/ 30
innocence, to all the world his tender youth proveth 2, 32/ 10
before God and the world. Faithful ye be -- 2, 42/ 1
And lo how the world is turned: now stand 2, 52/ 11
deny, that all the world wist was true, and 2, 54/ 22
heaven into this vicious world for the amendment of 2, 54/ 26
having experience of the world and a shrewd wit 2, 57/ 24
very shame of the world, into which he durst 2, 59/ 6
the ignorance of the world and the truth hid 2, 66/ 34
or grudge of the world, he would importunately pursue 2, 72/ 10
long space abusing the world, was as well with 2, 82/ 23
God never gave this world a more notable example 2, 86/ 21
that in this new world he would take such 2, 88/ 12
need in that green world the Protector had of 2, 90/ 4
to meddle with the world, till the noble prince 2, 91/ 13
but that if the world would have gone as 2, 92/ 6
too much with the world, and would from that 2, 92/ 16
 
 WORLDLY................2
that this marriage even worldly considered was not unprofitable 2, 63/ 9
deep insight in politic worldly drifts. Whereby perceiving now 2, 91/ 20
 
 WORN...................1
beggarly condition, unfriended and worn out of acquaintance, after 2, 56/ 31
 
 WORSE..................3
our misconstruction turneth unto worse; or a small displeasure 2, 12/ 6
you love together the worse for the self cause 2, 12/ 18
part, they agree much worse than with strangers. But 2, 38/ 20
 
 WORSHIP................1
which immoderate appetite of worship, and thereby of debate 2, 12/ 28
 
 WORSHIPFUL.............5
What? Cook, your own worshipful neighbor -- alderman and 2, 70/ 21
he pitieth not, that worshipful man's loss -- what 2, 70/ 25
same. For as that worshipful man groundly made open 2, 73/ 14
things (which the said worshipful doctor rather signified than 2, 73/ 24
incline if ye, the worshipful citizens of this the 2, 74/ 24
 
 WORSHIPFULLY...........1
was born in London, worshipfully friended, honestly brought up 2, 55/ 8
 
 WORST..................2
methinketh it were not worst to send unto the 2, 26/ 25
-- which is not worst proved by her, for 2, 57/ 6
 
 WORTH..................1
Lord Chamberlain. "Ah, woe worth him," quoth she, "for 2, 22/ 4
 
 WORTHILY...............1
since he hath nothing worthily acquitted, there is of 2, 72/ 30
 
 WORTHY.................8
very prosperous estate, and worthy her birth and virtue 2, 3/ 17
began: "What were they worthy to have, that compass 2, 47/ 21
said that they were worthy to be punished as 2, 47/ 27
heinously done, they be worthy heinous punishment. "What?" quoth 2, 48/ 24
so much the more worthy to be remembered in 2, 56/ 30
would not were not worthy to have it. Notwithstanding 2, 79/ 1
his head -- and worthy, for marring of the 2, 81/ 5
and for nature's gifts, worthy to have served a 2, 84/ 1
 
 WOT....................14
tongues aggrieveth. But this wot I well: ye never 2, 12/ 7
-- and yet I wot ne'er whether any preacher's 2, 12/ 10
be done with God wot what. With which tidings 2, 20/ 21
so long ago I wot ne'er what pope and 2, 31/ 20
ye be -- that wot I well; and I 2, 42/ 1
the one place, little wot we whereof they talk 2, 45/ 14
thing albeit each man wot well daily happeneth to 2, 50/ 29
That thing that we wot well ye have long 2, 69/ 16
speak of. Howbeit, this wot you well all: that 2, 71/ 30
It shall not, I wot well, need that I 2, 72/ 33
title. Which thing, I wot it well, he will 2, 74/ 12
their bodies cast God wot where, by the cruel 2, 86/ 19
In faith, I neither wot nor reck, so I 2, 93/ 6
marry," quoth he, "that wot I well enough. But 2, 93/ 9
 
 WOTTETH................3
the man that he wotteth of as I am 2, 50/ 24
that no man better wotteth what he should say 2, 73/ 5
a bishop, every man wotteth well, by the paying 2, 80/ 28
 
 WOULD..................131
no farther than wisdom would, adventurous. Whose wars, whoso 2, 4/ 14
of the King, which would undoubtedly, if he had 2, 8/ 19
war ere their discretion would serve to set you 2, 11/ 18
men, your faithfulness haply would suffice. But childhood must 2, 11/ 21
weight with us that would God they did, should 2, 12/ 16
his oath -- "I would never have won the 2, 13/ 5
of Gloucester: that they would utterly remove from the 2, 16/ 2
fall where she least would -- all the world 2, 16/ 26
-- all the world would put her and her 2, 16/ 26
keep himself close he would not, lest he should 2, 18/ 15
-- fearing that it would be ascribed (as it 2, 22/ 29
the end that themselves would alone demean and govern 2, 24/ 2
of such a purpose would rather have had their 2, 24/ 12
brother, all the realm would fall to the other 2, 25/ 15
her will. For it would be a thing that 2, 27/ 29
any manner need, I would not we should do 2, 28/ 14
at war with women. Would God some of the 2, 28/ 23
her own will, she would be as loath to 2, 28/ 31
have any wit (as would God she had as 2, 29/ 1
and knoweth that they would be as sorry of 2, 29/ 4
as herself, and yet would have him from her 2, 29/ 5
a mischief, the sanctuary would little let them. Which 2, 29/ 22
alone), all the world would say that we were 2, 29/ 30
am not he that would be about to break 2, 30/ 4
now to begin, I would not be he that 2, 30/ 5
mischief, if wise men would set their hands to 2, 31/ 18
were, I dare say would now be right angry 2, 32/ 18
him there. And I would think without any scruple 2, 32/ 19
from her husband? I would ween if she can 2, 32/ 34
her, if her time would in any wise serve 2, 34/ 4
be found others that would haply do their best 2, 35/ 14
children -- and so would all the Council not 2, 35/ 19
my friends -- which would God were rather here 2, 36/ 24
off? -- if that would help, as God send 2, 37/ 6
Thinketh he that I would send him hence which 2, 37/ 23
hath no need thereof." Would God he had not 2, 38/ 5
ask it; suppose he would not ask it; suppose 2, 38/ 23
ask it; suppose he would ask to go out 2, 38/ 24
taken out of sanctuary would I not my mortal 2, 40/ 7
final conclusion, that he would no longer dispute the 2, 40/ 12
estate. And if she would give them a resolute 2, 40/ 15
to the contrary, he would forthwith depart therewithal, and 2, 40/ 16
therewithal, and shift whoso would with this business afterward 2, 40/ 17
she well assured they would not be corrupted. Then 2, 41/ 9
keep safe if I would, whatsoever any man say 2, 41/ 20
their own body, they would let it out. We 2, 41/ 23
were ever able, he would revenge them. Who would 2, 43/ 12
would revenge them. Who would prick him forward thereunto 2, 43/ 13
they escaped (for they would remember their imprisonment); or 2, 43/ 14
doubt the young king would be careful for their 2, 43/ 15
no doubt but he would do it indeed if 2, 43/ 21
he had entered, yet would he go forth in 2, 43/ 30
had once begun, he would stoutly go through. And 2, 43/ 31
not be amended, he would turn it as much 2, 43/ 34
king -- as they would have it seem. And 2, 44/ 10
my lord," quoth he. "Would God I had some 2, 47/ 8
and also, if she would, yet would she of 2, 48/ 15
if she would, yet would she of all folk 2, 48/ 15
shrift, for a longer would not be suffered, the 2, 49/ 15
if the Lord Hastings would go with him, to 2, 50/ 8
him, as though he would say, "Ye shall have 2, 51/ 10
should ween that they would vouchsafe to have put 2, 52/ 29
turned upon them that would have done it. And 2, 53/ 7
her body that you would have changed, but if 2, 55/ 25
changed, but if you would have wished her somewhat 2, 55/ 25
which parts how filled would make it a fair 2, 56/ 1
without disport. The King would say that he had 2, 56/ 5
King took displeasure, she would mitigate and appease his 2, 56/ 16
out of favor, she would bring them in his 2, 56/ 17
not. But nevertheless he would that point should be 2, 59/ 28
Edward's children -- that would he should be openly 2, 59/ 33
a rich man that would marry his maid, only 2, 62/ 11
rule. And albeit he would gladly that she should 2, 63/ 3
thought so requisite, he would find the means to 2, 63/ 16
of a guardian! I would not be a king 2, 64/ 1
not, or the King would not, proceed to the 2, 64/ 31
she verily hoped he would have married her. And 2, 65/ 4
such kind words, she would never have shown such 2, 65/ 5
longed for, that ye would have given great good 2, 69/ 17
good for, that ye would have gone far to 2, 69/ 18
of you all that would reckon himself lord of 2, 69/ 24
took as no man would of his good will 2, 70/ 1
office rather than he would assent to that judgment 2, 70/ 18
of the world, he would importunately pursue his appetite 2, 72/ 10
and virtuous that he would not say the thing 2, 73/ 6
by you, that we would not gladly do without 2, 76/ 6
loud as their throats would give, "King Richard! King 2, 76/ 19
intent, of which they would unto none other person 2, 77/ 25
him; as though he would not yet come too 2, 77/ 28
all, that His Grace would pardon them and license 2, 77/ 31
sure how His Grace would take it -- whom 2, 78/ 4
it -- whom they would in no wise offend 2, 78/ 4
none of them anything would intend unto himward wherewith 2, 78/ 8
His Grace that it would like him, of his 2, 78/ 12
With which infamy he would not have his honor 2, 78/ 34
to him that so would so use it as 2, 79/ 1
it as he that would not were not worthy 2, 79/ 1
whom he was and would be content to live 2, 79/ 5
to use him, he would do his uttermost devoir 2, 79/ 7
it. Wherefore if it would like His Grace to 2, 79/ 20
crown upon him, they would humbly beseech him thereunto 2, 79/ 21
him thereunto. If he would give them a resolute 2, 79/ 22
the contrary, which they would be loath to hear 2, 79/ 23
some other nobleman that would. These words much moved 2, 79/ 25
every man may wit, would never of likelihood have 2, 79/ 26
the audience that he would take upon him the 2, 81/ 19
his nephews living, men would not reckon that he 2, 83/ 11
plainly answered that he would never put them to 2, 83/ 20
that I had weened would most surely serve me 2, 83/ 26
right hard that he would refuse" -- meaning this 2, 83/ 29
whose pride, they wist, would bear no peer -- 2, 84/ 8
and said, "Alas! I would my uncle would let 2, 85/ 1
I would my uncle would let me have my 2, 85/ 2
corner, saying that he would have them buried in 2, 86/ 4
this new world he would take such part as 2, 88/ 12
such part as he would, and wait upon him 2, 88/ 13
him that a man would marvel whereof that change 2, 89/ 6
himself sick, because he would not ride with him 2, 89/ 18
come ride or he would make him be carried 2, 89/ 19
that either the Protector would give the Duke occasion 2, 90/ 6
such opinion conceived, he would never have suffered him 2, 90/ 8
lie; for if I would swear the contrary, Your 2, 92/ 5
the contrary, Your Lordship would not, I ween, believe 2, 92/ 6
that if the world would have gone as I 2, 92/ 6
have gone as I would have wished, King Henry's 2, 92/ 7
so mad that I would with a dead man 2, 92/ 9
faithful chaplain, and glad would have been that his 2, 92/ 11
with the world, and would from that day meddle 2, 92/ 16
to hear what he would have said (because he 2, 92/ 17
more good than he would ween, and that himself 2, 92/ 21
as I ween it would, might happen to turn 2, 93/ 15