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wonders 34
wondrous 12
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138 eating
138 everyone
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wont

    Part, Question
1 1, 34 | effected by a word; thus we are wont to say, "this is the word 2 1, 39 | in the absolute sense, is wont to be designated as ~belonging 3 1, 39 | thing having form is not wont to be ~designated as belonging 4 1, 39 | substantive. Whence ~logicians are wont to say that the substantive 5 1, 51 | worshipped God, as God is wont to be in the prophets, as ~ 6 1, 39 | in the absolute sense, is wont to be designated as ~belonging 7 1, 39 | thing having form is not wont to be ~designated as belonging 8 1, 39 | substantive. Whence logicians are wont to say that the substantive 9 1, 52 | worshipped God, as God is wont to be in the prophets, as ~ 10 1, 114 | astrologers themselves are wont to say that "the wise man 11 2, 4 | inasmuch as Scripture is wont to ~express spiritual things 12 2, 14 | above (A[1]). But ~we are wont to inquire about things 13 2, 15 | assent: although one word is wont to be used for ~the other [* 14 2, 20 | 29): ~"But if the ox was wont to push with his horn yesterday 15 2, 22 | ordinary human speech is wont to ascribe to them also ~ 16 2, 30 | not natural, and is more wont to be ~called "cupidity."~ 17 2, 32 | pleasant to do what we are wont to do, inasmuch as ~this 18 2, 38 | country, where he had been wont to associate with his friend, 19 2, 38 | less, where they were not wont to ~see him." Hence we may 20 2, 39 | deprived of that which it was wont to enjoy, or had ~hoped 21 2, 45 | have suffered wrongs are wont to be daring; ~"like the 22 2, 73 | more notorious and men are wont to bear them with more ~ 23 2, 75 | And accordingly we are wont to say that ~evil, which 24 2, 87 | generation," because men are wont to live long enough to see 25 2, 98 | face to face, as a man is wont to speak to his ~friend." 26 2, 102 | because unclean animals are wont to be held in ~contempt 27 2, 102 | God, both ~because it was wont to be offered in the sacrifices 28 2, 102 | corruption. Perhaps too, it was wont to be offered in ~the sacrifices 29 2, 102 | God": since idolaters were wont to offer sacrifices beneath 30 2, 102 | both because men are not ~wont, when unclean, to touch 31 2, 102 | thus that the ~Lord was wont to designate the synagogue, 32 2, 102 | special sacrifices were wont to be offered for the sins 33 2, 102 | since men so ~deformed are wont to be despised by others. 34 2, 102 | 2~Reply OBJ 2: Men were wont to eat plants and other 35 2, 102 | Moreover certain sorcerers were wont to ensnare ~the mother bird 36 2, 105 | because such kings are wont to take little interest 37 2, 105 | commodities for hire, are wont to be rich: nor are they 38 2, 105 | First, because man is wont to give all his affection 39 2, 105 | go out as bondwomen are wont to go out." Moreover, in 40 2, 2 | corrupted by ~heretics, who are wont to corrupt the faith of 41 2, 4 | be hoped for." For we are wont to call by the name ~of 42 2, 13 | consideration of which is wont to arouse man to repentance 43 2, 13 | consideration of this is wont to prevent man's will from ~ 44 2, 25 | benefactor, so that we are wont to say of a man: "He was 45 2, 38 | super Jos.): "A just war ~is wont to be described as one that 46 2, 54 | Yet fraud and guile are wont to be practiced chiefly 47 2, 55 | name implies; indeed we are wont to say ~that things are 48 2, 61 | ecclesiastical prelates are wont to do so. Therefore the 49 2, 67 | says: "Shameless men are wont by lying to deny their guilt 50 2, 68 | evidence, because men are ~not wont to take much notice of such 51 2, 70 | that one from which it is ~wont to arise most frequently, 52 2, 73 | person, just ~as we are wont to think little of the defects 53 2, 75 | abundance, the measures are wont to be larger. ~However in 54 2, 76 | a thing ~as friends are wont to lend to one another gratis, 55 2, 79 | most cultured persons ere ~wont to speak of religion as 56 2, 79 | idols those things that are wont ~to be offered to men, because, 57 2, 80 | with pain. Thus men are wont to shed tears ~through a 58 2, 83 | country the people are ~wont to show the sovereign ruler 59 2, 86 | that solemnization is not wont to be employed, save when 60 2, 87 | regarding such ~things are wont to be confirmed by witnesses. 61 2, 87 | therein. Thus ~a man is wont to swear by his head, or 62 2, 87 | Further, the weaker is wont to be confirmed by the stronger. 63 2, 87 | conditions and at all times are wont to swear ~by God. Much more, 64 2, 92 | mythical theology" which was wont to be represented on the ~ 65 2, 93 | expressly invoked, they are wont ~to foretell the future 66 2, 93 | inspectione]. These are chiefly wont to be observed ~in birds, 67 2, 93 | the images of ~things are wont to be called by the names 68 2, 93 | drinketh ~and in which he is wont to divine [augurari]": and 69 2, 97 | pecuniary punishment is not wont to be inflicted for a ~criminal 70 2, 98 | those things whereby man is ~wont to be withdrawn from sin, 71 2, 104 | when a slave does what ~is wont to be demanded of a slave, 72 2, 109 | sense Sacred Scripture is wont to ~use the term, it is 73 2, 113 | the term "flattery" is wont to be applied to all who 74 2, 120 | an oath, because men are wont to take God's name more 75 2, 122 | to ~the body. For men are wont to despise both their kindred 76 2, 128 | For we are not, as a rule, wont to call a man presumptuous 77 2, 129 | wherefore in such cases honor is wont to be shown. This is signified 78 2, 130 | novelties which men ~are wont to wonder at most; but if 79 2, 134 | names of the virtues are wont to be ~applied to their 80 2, 145 | Cor. 9:7. Now the poor are wont to fast through ~necessity, 81 2, 145 | men for the most ~part are wont to eat, until the ninth 82 2, 146 | jocularity, because it is wont to raise a laugh." Both ~ 83 2, 149 | since the latter are more wont to ~be observed, purity 84 2, 152 | night, when deep sleep is wont to lay hold of men [*Vulg.: ' 85 2, 152 | 6) of a man who was ever wont to suffer ~from nocturnal 86 2, 152 | dowry, which virgins are wont to ~receive." The other 87 2, 153 | eating. But continence is wont to be applied only to ~the 88 2, 153 | palate: wherefore we are wont to speak of continence and 89 2, 157 | cooked and prepared are wont to have ~an agreeable and 90 2, 159 | respectful persons are especially wont ~to lower the eyes, as though 91 2, 159 | expenditure and parade is wont to be done ~with a view 92 2, 168 | opposed to fortitude, is wont to be ~sometimes the cause 93 2, 172 | read 'ligna' ('wood')] is wont to be consumed at the ~approach 94 2, 172 | face to face, as a ~man is wont to speak to his friend." 95 2, 179 | to unfold his reasons, is wont to be considered most prudent ~ 96 2, 185 | Egyptian ~monasteries are wont to admit none unless they 97 2, 185 | delicately brought up are wont to be unable to bear the 98 2, 185 | those by whom they were wont to be ~despised and downtrodden. 99 2, 185 | are beset with sorrow are wont to wear coarser clothes, 100 2, 187 | good faith contracts are wont to be absolutely irrevocable, 101 3, 16 | OBJ 3: This word Divine is wont to be predicated even of 102 3, 16 | predicated; for we are not wont to ~call a man who is a 103 3, 25 | In the first way ~men are wont to venerate the king's image; 104 3, 27 | just as other miracles are wont to be done, this was done 105 3, 28 | the Scriptures are not wont to trace the ~female line 106 3, 28 | this conjunction ~"till" is wont to designate a fixed time, 107 3, 28 | OBJ 4: The Scriptures are wont to designate as the first-born, 108 3, 28 | of our Lord, who is not wont to be named in ~the Gospels 109 3, 29 | remember that Scripture is wont to speak of those who are 110 3, 36 | the Holy ~Ghost, and are wont to be taught thereby, without 111 3, 36 | especially astrologers, were wont to observe the course ~of 112 3, 36 | star to the Magi, who ~were wont to consider the heavenly 113 3, 36 | a king as the Jews were wont to have. But they ~had learnt 114 3, 37 | whereby sinful flesh was wont to be healed." Seventhly, ~ 115 3, 38 | original sin as baptism is wont to bring now that grace 116 3, 42 | not read that our Lord was wont to preach at night, and 117 3, 63 | definite purpose ~he is wont to receive some outward 118 3, 66 | thus are prize-fighters wont to besmear ~themselves with 119 3, 70 | to him, but each one was wont to make protestation of 120 3, 75 | He wills: a ~man is not wont to be born save of man and 121 3, 83 | first, ~because we are not wont to handle precious objects 122 3, 84 | mercy ~and power, He was wont to confer the effect of 123 3, 84 | washing-places where they were wont to cleanse themselves ~repeatedly 124 3, 86 | sometimes a man who has ~been wont to commit several kinds 125 Suppl, 29| indicative mood, which some are wont to ~say before the prayer, 126 Suppl, 32| 1~Reply OBJ 3: Some are wont to anoint the loins, because 127 Suppl, 40| fought rightfully were wont to receive.~Aquin.: SMT 128 Suppl, 43| compulsory marriages are ~wont to have evil results; unless 129 Suppl, 43| offspring (as leprosy, which is wont to be transmitted to ~the 130 Suppl, 54| marrying one another who are wont to ~live together in one 131 Suppl, 54| degree. First because men are wont to ~live until the fourth 132 Suppl, 63| reference to the cause which is ~wont at times to incite a person 133 Suppl, 64| wherefore weddings are wont to be ~signalized by much 134 Suppl, 64| the ancient Canons, ~is wont to be made at Christmas ( 135 Suppl, 72| 2~Reply OBJ 2: Wonder is wont to be about things surpassing 136 Suppl, 86| condemned as ~foes, who are wont among men to be exterminated 137 Suppl, 94| treated as the dead flesh is wont to be treated, by being ~ 138 Appen1, 1| the word "fire" is often wont to signify any ~kind of 139 Appen2, 1| names of things that are wont to afflict us ~here. But


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