Readings for line KD.1.127

For pryde þat he pultL.1.127: The west midlands form pult appears only in Cr and L, but R has the same word spelled pelt. MED, s.v. pilten v.3.(b) glosses the phrase pult out as "exhibit (pride), display." Note that LR read pulte/pelte against most other B witnesses in L8.97 and L15.67. In the latter, pulte out means "thrust out, expelled." out · his peyne hath none ende
For Pride þat he putte oute his payne haþ none ende .
For pride that he pult out hys payne hath no ende
For pride þat he putte out . his peyne haþ noon ende
for pryde that he put out  his peyne hath noon ende
For pride that he put out · his payn hath non ende
For pryde that he puvtt ovte / hys peyne hath no end
For pride þat he puttedeO.1.127: OC2 alone have the form puttede; most B manuscripts have putte. out  his peyne haþ noon eende
For pruyde þat he peltR.1.127: R's pelt is unique in spelling but substantively the same as the reading of Cr and L (= pult). F has pitte. Beta reads putte, which is also the reading of A. ouȝt  his peyne hath none ende .
For Pride þat he pitte owt / his peyghne haþ non ende.