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" For ever while they deden wel Fortune was hem debonaire, And whan they deden the contraire Fortune was contrariende. So that it proveth wel at ende, Why that the worlde is wonderful And may no while ftonde ful, Though that it feme wel befein, For every... "
Confessio Amantis of John Gower - Page 22
by John Gower - 1857
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and ..., Volume 4

Cassell, ltd - 1876
...of the man himselfe it groweth,10 And who that other wise troweth 660 Beholde the people of Israel. For ever while they deden wel Fortune was hem debonaire, And whan they deden the eontraire Fortune was contrariende. So that it proveth wel at ende, Why that the worlde is wonderful...
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Altenglische sprachproben nebst einem w÷rterbuche, Volume 1, Part 2

Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner - English language - 1878
...Си. С. Т. 6625. Crist contrariÚtÚ bis pees, wip synnes bat bringe}) it in. WYCL. SEL. WI 321. Ever while they deden wel, Fortune was hem debonaire , And whan they deden the contraire, Fortune was eontrariende. GOVVER I. 22. Contrariynge to the heest of the Lord, and bolnynge bi pride , je sticden...
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Altenglische sprachproben nebst einem w÷rterbuch: abth. Poesie. 1867. 2 ...

Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner - English language - 1878
...sayde. Сн. С. Т. H625. Crist conlrariede pis pees, wip synnes pat bringep it in. WYCL. SEL. WI 321. Ever while they deden wel, Fortune was hem debonaire , And whan they deden the contraire, Fortune was contrariante. GOWER I. 22. Contrariynye to the heest of the Lord, and bolnynge bi pride , }e stieden...
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Tales of the Seven Deadly Sins

1889
...Out of the man him selfe it groweth. And who that other wise troweth Beholde the people of Israel. For ever while they deden wel Fortune was hem debonaire...was contrariende. So that it proveth wel at ende, 1 Plenerlich, fully. 2 To wife, to blame. 3 Peise, weigh. Why that the \vorlde is wonderful And may...
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Confessio Amantis of John Gower, Volume 1

John Gower - 1857
...merita et demerita hominum, dignodeijudicioproAnd preifeth that is nought to preife. Thus whan he fhall the thinges peife, Ther is deceipte in his balaunce...thinge is vein And ever goth the whele aboute And ever flant a man in doute, Fortune ftant no while ftille. So hath ther no man al his wille, Als far as ever...
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