The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue & Frame Story
For leveful is with force force of-showve.
(Reeve's Prologue 58)
And, by your leve, I shal [the Miller] quyte anoon;
Right in his cherles termes wol I speke.
(Reeve's Prologue 63 – 65)
[. . .] I recche noght a bene
Though I come after hym with hawebake,
I speke in prose, and lat him rymes make.
(Man of Law's Introduction 94 – 96)