KNIGHTHOOD.............1
while enjoyed he that knighthood, for he was at 2, 60/ 23
 
 KNIGHTLY...............3
that special pattern of knightly prowess, as well in 2, 67/ 28
the special pattern of knightly prowess, which as well 2, 68/ 16
considered, and the great knightly prowess pondered, with manifold 2, 74/ 4
 
 KNIGHTS................8
dealing. And some lords, knights, and gentlemen, either for 2, 22/ 19
Richard, with the other knights, were, for matters attempted 2, 23/ 6
that these lords and knights which were taken had 2, 23/ 31
time. Divers lords and knights were appointed unto divers 2, 25/ 8
the fore-remembered lords and knights that were taken from 2, 57/ 19
these other lords and knights were thus beheaded and 2, 58/ 4
with divers lords and knights, more than haply knew 2, 69/ 3
with him, besides many knights and other gentlemen. And 2, 77/ 13
 
 KNITTING...............1
wonderful sour, angry countenance, knitting the brows, frowning and 2, 47/ 16
 
 KNOW...................9
madam," quoth another lord, "know you anything why they 2, 36/ 26
And as all you know, this is not the 2, 39/ 15
I well; and I know well you be wise 2, 42/ 2
Buckingham -- although I know that many thought that 2, 42/ 28
as much as I know, which few know else 2, 52/ 5
I know, which few know else as yet, and 2, 52/ 5
thing that all men know -- the King's greedy 2, 72/ 5
be acknown what they know. For at the consecration 2, 80/ 27
play all the people know right well that he 2, 81/ 1
 
 KNOWETH................10
my soul, she well knoweth she needeth no such 2, 28/ 21
but verily believeth and knoweth that they would be 2, 29/ 4
them whose wisdom she knoweth, whose troth she well 2, 29/ 10
privilege hath every place. Knoweth any man any place 2, 32/ 2
there none that either knoweth better how to order 2, 35/ 15
desire of a kingdom knoweth no kindred. The brother 2, 41/ 25
you go, for God knoweth when we shall kiss 2, 42/ 10
so negligent that he knoweth not, or so forgetful 2, 70/ 24
to say that he knoweth, in avoiding displeasure of 2, 73/ 26
For a mind that knoweth itself guilty is in 2, 82/ 4
 
 KNOWING................1
amiable manner, nothing earthly knowing nor mistrusting as yet 2, 19/ 6
 
 KNOWLEDGE..............6
that without commandment or knowledge of the King, which 2, 8/ 19
a thing without his knowledge not begun for naught 2, 18/ 11
matters far from the knowledge of your good grace 2, 19/ 23
treason he never had knowledge before ten of the 2, 53/ 4
the truth hid from knowledge, inherited for the season 2, 66/ 34
without any warning or knowledge whether they came for 2, 77/ 19
 
 KNOWN..................5
favors more resembled other known men than him -- 2, 67/ 26
any usual names of known taxes -- but under 2, 69/ 31
their nigh friends have known as well their goods 2, 70/ 30
well had marked and known. Wherefore, this occasion offered 2, 84/ 10
to King Richard well known and not ill taken 2, 90/ 15
 
 LABOR..................7
his living with the labor of his hands. "Verily 2, 32/ 31
now was all the labor and study in the 2, 59/ 15
bring you, without your labor, pain, cost, adventure, or 2, 69/ 19
wisdom well perceiveth the labor and study both of 2, 74/ 13
ever perceived much more labor and pain than pleasure 2, 78/ 35
live; and with his labor and counsel, as far 2, 79/ 6
against a prick nor labor to set up that 2, 92/ 13
 
 LABORETH...............3
not. For where each laboreth to break that the 2, 11/ 24
also while either party laboreth to be chief, flattery 2, 11/ 28
one of them that laboreth to destroy me and 2, 22/ 5
 
 LACK...................8
of his children should lack discretion of themselves and 2, 10/ 19
well perceive that no lack of my devoir, but 2, 28/ 18
it much better to lack both than have both 2, 31/ 1
if ye list, neither lack ye of yourselves nor 2, 42/ 3
of yourselves nor can lack help in this cause 2, 42/ 3
of which there could lack a pretext. For since 2, 71/ 2
much mischief grown. For lack of which lawful coupling 2, 73/ 23
is to wit, for lack of other issue lawfully 2, 73/ 30
 
 LACKED.................5
his drift, covertly conveyed, lacked not in helping forth 2, 8/ 23
others also, save herself, lacked either wit or troth 2, 40/ 19
if either of both lacked in you, might turn 2, 41/ 16
that commonly those children lacked that grace, and for 2, 66/ 31
ye have long time lacked and sorely longed for 2, 69/ 17
 
 LACKETH................1
brother, because the King lacketh a playfellow' -- be 2, 38/ 13
 
 LACKING................1
and honorable in behavior, lacking no wise ways to 2, 90/ 23
 
 LADING.................1
no man unoccupied; some lading, some going, some discharging 2, 21/ 22
 
 LADS...................1
with some apprentices and lads that thrust into the 2, 76/ 17
 
 LADY...................4
proved, by God's blessed Lady" -- that was ever 2, 13/ 4
fore-remembered marriage, this poor lady made humble suit unto 2, 60/ 28
-- by God's blessed Lady, I am a bachelor 2, 64/ 11
Brackenbury (kneeling before our Lady in the Tower!), who 2, 83/ 20
 
 LAID...................7
heinous treason was there laid to his charge, and 2, 7/ 10
enduring to sit up, laid him down on his 2, 13/ 24
Tower, and his head laid down upon a long 2, 49/ 22
he had a while laid unto her, for the 2, 54/ 18
these matters, then he laid heinously to her charge 2, 54/ 21
And when he had laid for the proof and 2, 67/ 5
be thoroughly dead, they laid their bodies naked out 2, 85/ 26
 
 LAMB...................1
were it folly, the lamb was betaken to the 2, 24/ 30
 
 LAMENTABLE.............1
wicked: I mean the lamentable murder of his innocent 2, 82/ 18
 
 LAND...................11
any prince of this land attaining the crown by 2, 3/ 23
ye too, ere this land find peace again. Wherefore 2, 13/ 16
the nobles of the land were appointed, as the 2, 25/ 31
he may inherit less land than a kingdom! I 2, 39/ 33
the laws of this land, and, by the special 2, 45/ 26
one of his own land. And yet if outward 2, 63/ 13
enfeebling of this noble land, besides many a good 2, 71/ 22
common law of this land, devolved and come unto 2, 74/ 1
the rule of the land, nor the abusions before 2, 74/ 7
God, profit of the land, and unto His Grace 2, 78/ 21
had long inquieted the land -- he fled the 2, 91/ 11
 
 LANDS..................9
but also in other lands (as evil words walk 2, 26/ 19
his goods and his lands, discharging him of the 2, 39/ 5
for which only both lands and goods serve. And 2, 39/ 6
restored unto such small lands as her late husband 2, 60/ 30
new affinity in strange lands, is often the occasion 2, 64/ 4
strength, what for his lands, his alliance, and favor 2, 65/ 31
the season other men's lands, yet God always so 2, 67/ 1
great men for their lands, or some others for 2, 71/ 25
the Duke of Hereford's lands, to which he pretended 2, 89/ 9