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  • A traitor, see ye, Pardoner, whose yellow head is worth its weight in gold! Cited from Beltane The Smith, by Jeffery Farnol
  • So saying the Pardoner turned about, and plunging into the dense green, was gone. Cited from Beltane The Smith, by Jeffery Farnol
  • I could well believe this of the Pardoner. Cited from The Canterbury Pilgrims, by M. Sturt and E. C. Oakden
  • The Pardoner is also deceptive in how he carries out his job.
  • That night, the Pardoner goes to Kit's room where she feigns sleep.
  • The Pardoner's Tale is a tale in the form of a moral example.
  • The Pardoner says to the pilgrims that by these tricks he has acquired a considerable sum of money.
  • The Pardoner answered not one word; So wroth he was, no worde would he say. Cited from Canterbury Tales and Other Poems, Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Although the Pardoner is physically injured, the greatest wounds are to his pride.
  • He was a much-hated person, and both he and the pardoner were great rogues and cheats and had no love for each other. Cited from English Literature For Boys and Girls,
  • The Pardoner obliges and his tale has a similar but contrasting moral message.
  • Seeing her opportunity in the pause following the Host's and Pardoner's quarrel, she addressed the company at large. Cited from The Canterbury Pilgrims, by M. Sturt and E. C. Oakden
  • Hold thy peace, knave, thou art very bold: Thou pratest, in faith, even like a Pardoner. Cited from Collection of Old English Plays, Vol. I., Dodsley
  • That night the Pardoner again notes how the Host serves The Knight and the prelates before the lower ranking members.
  • Yet by my power as a Pardoner, I can forgive and pardon such sins as be not deadly. Cited from The Canterbury Pilgrims, by M. Sturt and E. C. Oakden
  • After the going down of the curtain, in all probability, he was to be left in the hands of the Eternal Pardoner. Cited from The German Classics of The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Vol. I.
  • Kit describes a contrived dream to the Pardoner, who says it foretells her future marriage to a loving husband.
  • The Pardoner's tale matches the unctuous nature of the Pardoner in many ways.
  • In The Pardoner's Tale, three rogues are told that if they look under a tree, they can find a means to defeat Death.
  • The Pardoner apologises for frightening Kit, who tells him to return after everyone is asleep.
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Words starting with Pardoner

Meaning of Pardoner

  • noun A person who pardons or forgives or excuses a fault or offense
  • noun A medieval cleric who raised money for the church by selling papal indulgences