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" If eny wight wold claw us on the galle, That we nyl like, for he saith us soth: Assay, and he schal fynd it, that so doth. For be we never so vicious withinne, We schuln be holde wys and clene of synne. And... "
Altenglische sprachproben nebst einem wörterbuch: abth. Poesie. 1867. 2 ... - Page 335
by Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner - 1867
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Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrimage

Geoffrey Chaucer, William Calder - 1892 - 283 pages
...Phrygia. He says that, in answer to the inquiries of the knight— " Some wymen said that gret delyt have we For to be holden stabil and secre, And in oon purpos stedfastly to dwelle, And nought bywreye thinges that men us tellc. But that tale is not worth a rake'-stele ; Pardie,...
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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: With Poems Formely Printed Withhis ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1906
...clene of syune. And some sayen, that gret delit han we For to be holden stabil and secre, And in oou purpos stedfastly to duelle, And nought bywreye thing that men us telle. But that tale is not worth a rakes stele. / rY,_«- A ff-njffr , t(Pardy, we wymmen can right no thing...
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