Readings for line KD.3.342

ȜeL.3.349: LB alone read Ȝe; most other B manuscripts have She. shulde haue founden fele wordis · folwyng þer-after
...SheM.3.349: For She, BL read Ȝe; R has Heo. shulde haue founden fele wordes  folwynge þere 
She shuld haue sound[f]ound fel words folowyng therafter
She sholde haue founden fele wordes . folwynge þer-after
sche schulde haue founde fele woordes · folowynge aftyr ·
Sche schulde haue founden · fele wordes folwyng þer-after
she shuold hauve fonden fellG.4.349: The reading of G and Cr, i.e. fell (which is clearly correct), is adopted by Kane and Donaldson. Remaining B manuscripts read fele. G.4.349:It is not clear that the G scribe recognised the distinction between fell and fele, since he normally writes <fell> for fele="many" (see variants at G.10.77, G.11.222, G.11.402 etc.). That fele could be confusing for him is clear from G.16.336, where he interprets it as the verb "to feel," and there may well be other occasions where he reads it as the adjective "fell"= "fierce, deadly" etc., though this seems less likely in lines such as G.14.319, (where the reading is "felefold") and G.14.329 (where the reading is "fele times"). wordes folowyng þer-after
Sche schulde haue founden fele wordis  folwynge þer-after
Heo schulde aR.3.339: R's a is unique in form but represents the same semantic element as the majority's haue. founde fele wordes  folwyng þere-after .
She sholde have fownde fele wordis / folwynge after.