BOISTEROUS.............1
in speech, rough and boisterous of behavior, bold in 2, 57/ 25
 
 BOLD...................5
fierce, in the field bold and hardy, and nevertheless 2, 4/ 13
and boisterous of behavior, bold in mischief, as far 2, 57/ 25
they durst not be bold to move him of 2, 78/ 2
speak, then waxed he bold to show him their 2, 78/ 10
the twain, to be bold to say whatsoever he 2, 92/ 19
 
 BOLDEST................1
thought he might be boldest with him, answered and 2, 47/ 27
 
 BOLDLY.................3
own conscience, to go boldly to them and inquire 2, 18/ 18
he opened himself more boldly, both to certain other 2, 42/ 26
durst somewhat the more boldly say her mind, as 2, 61/ 21
 
 BOLDNESS...............2
disposed persons from the boldness of their former outrages 2, 14/ 8
in debt, upon the boldness of these places; yea 2, 31/ 8
 
 BONE...................1
rivelled skin and hard bone. And yet, being even 2, 55/ 31
 
 BOOK...................2
whole matter whereof this book shall treat, it is 2, 6/ 9
day meddle with his book and his beads and 2, 92/ 16
 
 BOON...................1
to grant her her boon. But when the Earl 2, 65/ 12
 
 BOOTED.................3
nothing content, but it booted not. And at dinner 2, 20/ 2
thy head off." It booted him not to ask 2, 49/ 13
might easily perceive it booted not greatly to say 2, 61/ 34
 
 BOOTLESS...............1
was either needless or bootless: wherefore, if she should 2, 41/ 5
 
 BORE...................16
her whose name she bore, professed and observed a 2, 3/ 11
displeasure of those that bore him grudge for King 2, 4/ 3
great favor the King bore him, and also for 2, 11/ 2
company. Her kindred also bore him sore, as well 2, 11/ 4
of that town: thus bore they folk in hand 2, 18/ 7
the Duke of Gloucester bore him in open sight 2, 24/ 23
his own mother that bore him." "No man denieth 2, 35/ 17
child, and here I bore the Prince. And when 2, 39/ 18
authority, and much rule bore in all the county 2, 45/ 27
that the Lord Hastings bore in his country -- 2, 46/ 24
that whoso was best bore always least rule, and 2, 71/ 31
in all his wars, bore ever your special favor 2, 72/ 28
good mind that he bore them all, none of 2, 78/ 7
such entire love he bore unto King Edward and 2, 78/ 27
and hearty favor they bore him, praying them for 2, 79/ 4
town of which he bore the name of his 2, 83/ 9
 
 BORN...................5
other than his own born brother. Some wise men 2, 8/ 21
son, now king, was born and kept in his 2, 39/ 13
affection. This woman was born in London, worshipfully friended 2, 55/ 7
time a widow -- born of noble blood, especially 2, 60/ 15
these innocent, tender children, born of most royal blood 2, 86/ 15
 
 BORNE..................4
forward (as men be borne outward), and, as the 2, 7/ 26
that you have ever borne to me, for the 2, 13/ 19
that I have ever borne to you, for the 2, 13/ 19
-- your kind minds borne to the house of 2, 72/ 29
 
 BOTH...................64
prowess far under them both: little of stature, ill-featured 2, 7/ 19
made peace between the both parties with his own 2, 10/ 9
be able to rule both the parties. But in 2, 10/ 13
with divers others of both the parties, were come 2, 11/ 8
Lord Hastings and Chamberlain; both men of honor and 2, 15/ 29
much love, as hatred both unto the Queen's party 2, 15/ 32
was too strait for both companies. And as soon 2, 18/ 29
to a field, though both parts were in all 2, 23/ 23
greatly to the dishonor both of the King's Highness 2, 26/ 17
trusty man, such as both tendereth the King's weal 2, 26/ 27
years been kept, which both kings and popes so 2, 27/ 33
I think, content that both be with her, if 2, 29/ 6
places of refuge for both. But as for thieves 2, 30/ 13
much better to lack both than have both. And 2, 31/ 1
lack both than have both. And this I say 2, 31/ 1
as it was their both dishonor, and all theirs 2, 34/ 13
in this doing should both do great good to 2, 34/ 20
young duke himself, whose both great wealth it were 2, 34/ 24
as also for their both disport and recreation; which 2, 34/ 26
the convenience of their both ages and estates so 2, 34/ 29
great commodity to them both as, for yet a 2, 35/ 3
the elder of them both, but especially the younger 2, 35/ 5
the comfort of them both, than here as a 2, 35/ 24
sanctuary man, to their both dishonor and obloquy; since 2, 35/ 25
were comfortable for them both that he were with 2, 38/ 12
pray God send them both better playfellows than him 2, 38/ 13
body, for which only both lands and goods serve 2, 39/ 6
already, and were, if both failed, inheritor to the 2, 39/ 29
own body and soul both in pledge, not only 2, 40/ 14
as, if either of both lacked in you, might 2, 41/ 16
in you, might turn both me to great sorrow 2, 41/ 17
Keep one safe and both be sure; and nothing 2, 41/ 29
and nothing for them both more perilous than to 2, 41/ 30
perilous than to be both in one place. For 2, 41/ 31
I shall ask them both, before God and the 2, 42/ 1
When the Protector had both the children in his 2, 42/ 24
opened himself more boldly, both to certain other men 2, 42/ 26
Queen's kinsfolk, and gotten both her sons into his 2, 43/ 5
that they might turn both the eyes and minds 2, 44/ 10
of King Edward; whose both souls our Lord pardon 2, 49/ 24
tusks so razed them both by the heads that 2, 50/ 4
the blood ran about both their shoulders. And forasmuch 2, 50/ 5
abusion of his body, both with many others and 2, 53/ 25
honorable and faithful Council, both for his demerits, being 2, 53/ 31
had she, and could both read well and write 2, 56/ 3
of the Augustinian friars; both doctors of divinity, both 2, 58/ 24
both doctors of divinity, both great preachers, both of 2, 58/ 24
divinity, both great preachers, both of more learning than 2, 58/ 24
coronation, the other after; both so full of tedious 2, 59/ 1
in his children, or both, so that he should 2, 59/ 20
was mother to them both; for in that point 2, 59/ 26
as it was requisite both for himself and for 2, 60/ 4
-- as she was both fair, of a good 2, 61/ 6
the labor and study both of mind and of 2, 74/ 14
reign upon them -- both for that they had 2, 79/ 17
else he and his both go from it, he 2, 79/ 28
the matter was on both parts made so strange 2, 80/ 21
Prince and his brother both shut up, and all 2, 85/ 5
prince King Henry VII, both Dighton and he were 2, 86/ 11
dissimulating nature of those both men considered, and what 2, 90/ 3
at ease, and that both to King Richard well 2, 90/ 14
uncourteously rejected, but he, both with great gifts and 2, 90/ 16
had him from thenceforth both in secret trust and 2, 91/ 4
and good service, to both his masters at once 2, 91/ 9