But if contricioun welL.11.138: LR alone have wel (instead of wol) which may explain the corrector's marginal <+>. come · and crye bi his lyue
But if contrition wyll come and crye by hys lyue
But if contricioun wol come · and crye by hiiys lyue
But if contricion wel comeR.11.136: The spelling of the
modal in this phrase is relatively unusual, but OED2, s. v.
will, recognizes wel as an acceptable Anglian form for
will in the fourteenth century. and crie be hys leueR.11.136: R's leue is unique; the other copies have lyue; the reading of C for this final stave (in a slightly
revised line) agrees with that of F and beta. .