Readings for line KD.8.128

Where dowel dobetL.8.124: The initial <d> of dobet is re-inked. and dobest ben in londe
Where Dowell dobete  and dobeste benM.8.124: M's original reading without ben agreed with RF. in londe
Whether dowel dobet and dobest bene in lande
Where dowel . dobet . and dobest ben in londe
where do-wel · do-bet and do-beste ben yn londe ·
Wher do-wel do-bett · and dobest was in londe
where dowell do-better & dobest be In lande
Where do-wel . do-bette . & do-best  been in londe
Whether dowel dobet  and dobest in londe .R.8.115: The loss of the verb here presumably occurred in alpha since F also shows this omission; however, the point of its loss must remain speculative since F has recast the entire line by adding a verb to the a-verse. Bx = ben in londe—the same reading found in Ax (= beþ or ben) and Cx. The fact that M inserts ben as a correction suggests that the word had been omitted in Bx itself and then supplied by the Bx scribe as an interlinear or marginal."
Where dwellyþF.6.121: F uniquely has dwellyþ, which then requires the omission of Bx's ben from the b-verse after dobest. Curiously, R also omits ben. dowel & dobet / & dobest in londe.F.6.121: F revises the next three lines, converting Thought's third person discourse into first person. Bx reads as follows:
Here is wil wolde wite if wit koude teche hym
And wheiþer he be man or no man þis man wolde aspie
And werchen as þei þre wolde this is his entente.