And if he chyde or chatter , hym cheueth the worse
and ȝif he chide or chatre · hym cheueth þe worse · Hm.14.244: Beta here omits a dozen lines recorded in alpha.
And if he chide or chater · hym cheues the warse
& yff he chyde or chattre hym cheuvethe þe woarsceG.15.241: This and the following line (where erroneous and lined-through "worse" also has <o> altered to <a>) are the only
places where G has a form of "worse" with this spelling. As this is also one of only two places where the B manuscript C has "worse" with medial <a>, it seems possible that there may be some connection.