Chaucer, Troil Cris. III 452, She with him spak, whan that sche dorste or leste.
Id., Hous of F. 509—'11, Now herkneth, every maner man That English understonde can And listeth of my dreem to lere.
Id. Cant F. 1312—'13, My righte lady... Whom I most drede and love as I best can And lothest were of al this world displese.
Gower, Conf. Am. I 2704—'i, Sche saide it was noght for his sake, And liste noght my songes hiere.
Destr. of Troy 4016, ho was... witte to wale, wanted 110 thewes.
Ibid. 12342, ye left bene in land. and lakkys a hecle.
Ibid. 13255, I sailed forth soundly on the Sea occian. ...And hap pit to light In an yle.
Hoccleve, Minor P. II 59, ful heuy he was, & it forthoghte.
Ibid. IX, 59—60, mtj sight blyue hastith me fro, And lakkith jiat Jtat scholde his comfort be.
Ibid. XXIII 521, They looke a-part, and list lake no yeeme.
Torrent of Port. 2306, His son herd hym say soo Atid in his hert was full woo.
M. E. Rule of St. Benet 432, [»at j>at er hard & lath to lere, J>am sal scho chasti.
Secr. Secret. ist transl. 71/8, hit (fiat syde) ys cold and nedeth to be het; cf. 3 ''<1 transl. 242/12-13, that syde is moste colde and moste ncdyth to be ychafit.
Ibid. 3rd transl. 136/29, al the roialme thanne rumonrt and lothit for that rousty synne.
Myr. of oure Ladye 63/21, the corrupte body is so heuy, and lothe to alle verteu (lothe adj.)
Generydes 458—'9, Whanne he was come the kyng beheld hym well And liked hym right wele in euery thyng.
Ibid. 471—'2, The quene beheld G. so well And liked hym so wele in his service.
Gesta Rom. p. 295., he iveut to l>edde, and tooke a slep And dremyd this.