MAKETH.................6
break that the other maketh, and for hatred of 2, 11/ 25
in every place, and maketh, to that regard, for 2, 32/ 5
of his own fault maketh him fain need to 2, 32/ 15
to have him, this maketh me much the more 2, 37/ 11
playfellows than him that maketh so high a matter 2, 38/ 14
knight's service, the law maketh his mother his guardian 2, 38/ 30
 
 MAKING.................2
and subtleties were in making day and night at 2, 46/ 32
assemble themselves together in making some great commotion for 2, 53/ 34
 
 MALE...................1
York and his issue male in remainder, immediately after 2, 6/ 20
 
 MALICE.................8
women commonly, not of malice but of nature, hate 2, 7/ 7
stomachs than a long-accustomed malice many years rooted." With 2, 15/ 25
and proceeding of great malice toward the King's Councillors 2, 25/ 21
that it was only malice, frowardness, or folly that 2, 27/ 13
to desire it nor malice to deserve it, whose 2, 33/ 13
to ask it nor malice to deserve it. And 2, 37/ 16
begun, in that the malice of such as were 2, 79/ 9
Warbeck, by many folks' malice and more folks' folly 2, 82/ 23
 
 MALICIOUS..............2
men otherwise. He was malicious, wrathful, envious, and, from 2, 7/ 22
of thieves, murderers, and malicious heinous traitors! And that 2, 30/ 28
 
 MALIGNED...............1
her blood, which highly maligned the King's kindred (as 2, 7/ 6
 
 MALMSEY................1
in a butt of malmsey, whose death King Edward 2, 7/ 13
 
 MAN....................112
but such as no man looked for; the people 2, 4/ 28
bands broken that bind man and man together, without 2, 6/ 5
that bind man and man together, without any respect 2, 6/ 6
go, what manner of man this was, that could 2, 6/ 11
of York, a noble man and a mighty, began 2, 6/ 13
departed. "By my troth, man," quoth Pottier, "then will 2, 9/ 12
of speed putteth a man in courage of that 2, 9/ 24
Lord Hastings, a noble man then Lord Chamberlain, against 2, 10/ 28
debate, many a good man shall perish, and haply 2, 13/ 16
-- a right honorable man, as valiant of hand 2, 14/ 12
albeit he was a man of age and of 2, 15/ 4
the commodity of any man else, except only the 2, 15/ 7
safeguard -- whom no man impugned -- but for 2, 16/ 19
compel to return any man that were gotten out 2, 18/ 3
was a very well-spoken man) in goodly wise to 2, 18/ 23
arrested and sent no man wist whither, to be 2, 20/ 21
about him, and every man weaponed, he took the 2, 21/ 18
on men's backs; no man unoccupied; some lading, some 2, 21/ 22
servants, watching that no man should go to sanctuary 2, 22/ 15
toward the King no man doubted nor needed to 2, 23/ 3
was made the only man chosen, and thought most 2, 24/ 27
of Lincoln, a wise man and a good, and 2, 25/ 6
brother? And if any man think this consideration light 2, 26/ 13
which I think no man thinketh that loveth the 2, 26/ 14
keep sanctuary. For every man will ween that no 2, 26/ 21
will ween that no man will so do for 2, 26/ 21
more grief than any man here can divine. "Wherefore 2, 26/ 23
matter, some honorable, trusty man, such as both tendereth 2, 26/ 27
most good of any man, if it please him 2, 26/ 31
God forbid that any man should, for anything earthly 2, 28/ 10
her, here is no man that will be at 2, 28/ 23
can be a sanctuary man. "A sanctuary serveth always 2, 31/ 27
the body of that man that standeth in danger 2, 31/ 28
every place. Knoweth any man any place wherein it 2, 32/ 2
it is lawful one man to do another wrong 2, 32/ 3
another wrong? That no man unlawfully take hurt, that 2, 32/ 3
that regard, for every man every place a sanctuary 2, 32/ 6
sanctuary. But where a man is by lawful means 2, 32/ 6
And reason, since no man hath cause to have 2, 32/ 14
it shall discharge a man of his debts, being 2, 32/ 26
goods of a sanctuary man should be delivered in 2, 32/ 29
can be no sanctuary man that neither hath wisdom 2, 33/ 12
to trust any one man alone, or else that 2, 33/ 32
that bore him." "No man denieth, good madam," quoth 2, 35/ 17
here as a sanctuary man, to their both dishonor 2, 35/ 25
him bide where no man doubteth he shall be 2, 36/ 21
guardian. Then may no man, I suppose, take my 2, 38/ 31
my fear hath no man to do to examine 2, 39/ 30
tell me, forbiddeth every man the custody of them 2, 39/ 32
I would, whatsoever any man say. And I doubt 2, 41/ 21
then such that a man could not well tell 2, 43/ 27
it that some one man, haply somewhat perceiving, filled 2, 44/ 27
you. For while one man is there which is 2, 45/ 16
weighty matters put no man in so special trust 2, 45/ 22
reckoning himself to no man so lief, since he 2, 45/ 22
wist there was no man to him so much 2, 45/ 23
Catesby, which was a man well-learned in the laws 2, 45/ 25
meant, of which every man wist himself clear. Then 2, 47/ 25
loved. And also, no man was there present but 2, 48/ 18
go to thy master, man, and commend me to 2, 50/ 22
as sure of the man that he wotteth of 2, 50/ 24
which thing albeit each man wot well daily happeneth 2, 50/ 29
purpose -- a mean man at that time, and 2, 51/ 4
own head. "In faith, man," quoth he, "I was 2, 52/ 9
Thus ended this honorable man -- a good knight 2, 52/ 17
no perils; a loving man, and passing well-beloved; very 2, 52/ 21
brigandines, such as no man should ween that they 2, 52/ 28
them to report. Every man answered him fair, as 2, 53/ 8
fair, as though no man mistrusted the matter which 2, 53/ 9
which of truth no man believed. Yet for the 2, 53/ 10
and that nevertheless every man laughed at to hear 2, 54/ 23
he was an honest man and one that could 2, 55/ 18
as one whom no man could get out of 2, 56/ 9
lawless enterprises, as a man that had been long 2, 57/ 23
own strengths, while no man wist what to think 2, 58/ 6
it were a rich man that would marry his 2, 62/ 11
small pleasure taketh a man of all that ever 2, 63/ 20
that it mislike any man that I marry where 2, 63/ 28
which was a wise man and a courageous warrior 2, 65/ 30
so much of every man took as no man 2, 70/ 1
man took as no man would of his good 2, 70/ 1
had signified that every man should pay, not what 2, 70/ 2
Whereof, I think, no man looketh that we should 2, 70/ 12
sufficed in a rich man for a pretext of 2, 71/ 4
right honest, substantial young man among you. And in 2, 72/ 3
of God, namely a man so cunning and so 2, 73/ 5
so wise that no man better wotteth what he 2, 73/ 5
into which none honest man cometh to lie. Which 2, 73/ 8
For as that worshipful man groundly made open unto 2, 73/ 14
the thing wherein every man forbeareth to say that 2, 73/ 25
that the great wise man well perceived when he 2, 74/ 17
so convenient, that every man much marveled that heard 2, 75/ 12
called Fitzwilliam, a sad man and an honest, which 2, 75/ 24
joyful to hear, every man with one voice, no 2, 76/ 27
with one voice, no man saying nay. "Wherefore, friends 2, 76/ 28
to have this noble man for your king, whereof 2, 76/ 29
which else, as every man may wit, would never 2, 79/ 26
govern them, whom no man earthly can govern against 2, 79/ 31
also perceive that no man is there to whom 2, 79/ 32
of the matter, every man as his fantasy gave 2, 80/ 19
wist there was no man so dull that heard 2, 80/ 23
of a bishop, every man wotteth well, by the 2, 80/ 27
the intent that no man should hate him for 2, 81/ 25
Ah, whom shall a man trust? Those that I 2, 83/ 25
Tyrell, which was a man of right goodly personage 2, 83/ 31
strength and wit. The man had an high heart 2, 84/ 3
against him that a man would marvel whereof that 2, 89/ 6
Duke was an high-minded man, and evil could bear 2, 90/ 10
The Bishop was a man of great natural wit 2, 90/ 22
much honor as one man might well wish, ended 2, 91/ 16
changed his life. This man, therefore, as I was 2, 91/ 17
would with a dead man strive against the quick 2, 92/ 10