And suffreth the vnwise with you for to lyue
¶ And suffreþ þe vnwise . wiþ yow for to libbe W.8.93:nota
And to þe vnwise ye do goode · for so god yow beddis
and suvffer þe vnwysse wythe you toG.9.93: A high proportion of A manuscripts share the G F reading to (for remaining B manuscripts forto),and this is the reading which is adopted by Kane and Donaldson. lyuve
And suffrenO.7.91: OC2 alone have the form suffren; most other B manuscripts have suffreþ. þe vnwyse wiþ ȝow for to libbe
He seyþ ȝee sholde gladly suffre þe vnwyse / with ȝow to lybbe.