Bot 3if [??]i wil be conformed enterlich to do gods wille, and recche
no3t of mannys praisyng no blaming, and take non hede 3if[??]ay speke lasse goud of[??]e [??]anne [??]ay dede a fore, bot onlich [??]at [??]ou be more brennyng ingodes loue [??]anne [??]ou were.
nyltow, for thy coward herte, And for thyn ire and folissh wilfulnesse, For wantrust, tellen of thy sorwes smerte, As much as speke a resoun moore or lesse, But list as he that lest of nothyng recche
. (1.792-97) Line 797 might be rendered, "But you lie there as [does] a man who wishes not to care about anything." Troilus uses a similar construction in Book 4, in a conversation with Pandarus.