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uncircumscribed 2
uncivilized 1
uncle 4
unclean 122
uncleanliness 1
uncleanness 120
uncleannesses 16
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122 perfects
122 prepared
122 prophetic
122 unclean
121 exclude
121 infinity
121 loving
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unclean

    Part, Question
1 1, 108 | can be made clean by the unclean?" (Ecclus. ~34:4). Therefore 2 1, 110 | every malicious act and ~unclean passion is contrived by 3 2, 73 | 5:5. "No fornicator, or ~unclean, or covetous person," etc.; 4 2, 89 | blood of the ~testament unclean, by which he was sanctified?"~ 5 2, 99 | to the clean and to the ~unclean, to him that offereth victims, 6 2, 102 | they be tame, ~they have unclean food, as pigs and geese: 7 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 7: It is because unclean animals are wont to be held 8 2, 102 | can be made clean by ~the unclean?" But the ashes of the red 9 2, 102 | which was ~burnt, were unclean, since they made a man unclean: 10 2, 102 | unclean, since they made a man unclean: for it is stated ~(Num. 11 2, 102 | immolated her was rendered unclean ~"until the evening"; likewise 12 2, 102 | prescribed there that the unclean ~should be purified by being 13 2, 102 | sin by means of ~something unclean. It was therefore unfitting 14 2, 102 | while they were rendered unclean by the ~other, which they 15 2, 102 | partly from contact with unclean things. ~Anything proceeding 16 2, 102 | proceeding from man was reputed unclean that was already subject ~ 17 2, 102 | human corpse was considered unclean. In like manner, ~since 18 2, 102 | lepers also ~considered unclean; and, again, women suffering 19 2, 102 | reason, men were reputed ~unclean if they suffered from a 20 2, 102 | aforesaid ways involves some unclean infection. ~Again, man contracted 21 2, 102 | uncleanness by touching any unclean thing whatever.~Aquin.: 22 2, 102 | men are not ~wont, when unclean, to touch precious things: 23 2, 102 | contracted ~by touching an unclean thing denotes the uncleanness 24 2, 102 | and touch not the unclean thing."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 25 2, 102 | touched in any way by an unclean man, ~became itself unclean. 26 2, 102 | unclean man, ~became itself unclean. Wherein the Law attenuated 27 2, 102 | garment was deemed to be unclean: both because all ~corruption 28 2, 102 | binding over it, shall be unclean." The cause of ~this uncleanness 29 2, 102 | uncleanness was that anything unclean might easily drop into such ~ 30 2, 102 | vessels, so as to render them unclean. Moreover, this command 31 2, 102 | by mere contact with an unclean ~thing, and this was less 32 2, 102 | were placed, were deemed unclean ~in detestation of that 33 2, 102 | should be cast aside as being unclean. From this ~uncleanness 34 2, 102 | sprinkled the water became unclean, so that if he were to ~ 35 2, 102 | himself he would remain unclean; and if another were to 36 2, 102 | that one would have become unclean, and in like manner, whoever ~ 37 2, 102 | together the ashes, were unclean, ~as also he that sprinkled 38 2, 102 | because the Jews became ~unclean through putting Christ to 39 2, 102 | certain foods, as being unclean according to Lev. 11 [*Cf. 40 2, 102 | from the rest as being unclean, although some are most 41 2, 102 | been prohibited as being unclean.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 42 2, 102 | a thing is generated be ~unclean, it seems that likewise 43 2, 102 | thing generated therefrom is unclean. ~But flesh is generated 44 2, 102 | flesh was not ~prohibited as unclean, it seems that in like manner 45 2, 102 | have been forbidden as unclean; nor the fat which is engendered 46 2, 102 | crops, and they ~"shall be unclean to you, neither shall you 47 2, 102 | was made between clean and unclean ~plants. Much less therefore 48 2, 102 | uncleanness, no kind of food is unclean, or can defile a man, by 49 2, 102 | flesh of certain animals is unclean, either because like ~the 50 2, 102 | like ~the pig they feed on unclean things; or because their 51 2, 102 | because their life is among ~unclean surroundings: thus certain 52 2, 102 | is clean, and the pig is unclean in a certain ~signification. 53 2, 102 | one is ~clean, the other unclean." The animal that chews 54 2, 102 | of these is spiritually unclean. In ~like manner those fish 55 2, 102 | death in those who are ~unclean. The bat, which flies near 56 2, 102 | up thereby, are reputed ~unclean. By the prohibition of blood, 57 2, 102 | the first three years as unclean: for in that country nearly ~ 58 2, 103 | distinction of clean from unclean animals belongs to ~the 59 2, 103 | of the beasts that are ~unclean, two and two." Therefore 60 2, 103 | distinction of clean from unclean animals was in vogue ~before 61 2, 103 | carrion, ~was said to be unclean: and thus uncleanness was 62 2, 107 | that no foods are naturally unclean, but only in token of ~something 63 2, 114 | clean that is conceived of unclean seed" (Job 14:4).~Aquin.: 64 2, 114 | to the clean and to the unclean, to him that ~offereth victims 65 2, 10 | the blood of the testament unclean, by ~which he was sanctified?" 66 2, 13 | because they said: He hath an unclean spirit."~Aquin.: SMT SS 67 2, 14 | many, even ~those who are unclean, know many truths." Now 68 2, 14 | truths." Now men become unclean chiefly ~by sins of the 69 2, 14 | contemplation: wherefore the unclean can know some ~truths, but 70 2, 24 | and touch not ~the unclean thing," i.e. by consenting 71 2, 84 | certain things were ~reckoned unclean on account of their signification, 72 2, 84 | Law, a dog was deemed an unclean animal. ~Yet other unclean 73 2, 84 | unclean animal. ~Yet other unclean animals were redeemed and 74 2, 84 | Lev. 27:27, "If it be an unclean animal, he that offereth 75 2, 88 | our Lord's words to the ~unclean spirit (Mk. 1:25), "Speak 76 2, 93 | happens through the ~action of unclean and lying spirits who desire 77 2, 146 | certain foods ~to make a man unclean, not on account of their 78 2, 152 | that ~no fornicator, or unclean, or covetous person (which 79 2, 173 | a dissipated mind and an unclean life; whereas Peter, ~when 80 2, 176 | is effected even by the unclean spirit, ~according to Mt. 81 3, 13 | He gave them power over unclean spirits, to cast them ~out, 82 3, 29 | 1:23,24): "A man with an unclean spirit . . . cried out, 83 3, 31 | thou call common," i.e. ~unclean. There is, however, a certain 84 3, 37 | man-child, she shall be unclean seven days"; ~and consequently 85 3, 40 | declared that a man was made ~unclean by eating and touching certain 86 3, 40 | to show that man is made ~unclean as to his soul, by the use 87 3, 40 | are ~in the Law called "unclean" is due to some signification; 88 3, 40 | lambs are clean and swine unclean."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 89 3, 43 | power He commandeth the unclean spirits, and they obey Him."~ 90 3, 44 | will take away . . . the unclean spirit out of the earth."~ 91 3, 49 | called the holy way, and the unclean shall not pass over ~it." 92 3, 64 | inasmuch as they remove the unclean from the body of the faithful, 93 3, 64 | evil men, being ~themselves unclean, cannot cleanse others from 94 3, 64 | can be made clean by the unclean?" Moreover, ~since they 95 3, 67 | involves power over the unclean among whom he ~includes 96 3, 67 | either by driving away the unclean, or by preparing them for 97 3, 68 | testament," i.e. Baptism, "unclean, by which he ~was sanctified?" 98 3, 68 | of the sinner ~and of the unclean woman": and this is to be 99 3, 71 | fount of life before the unclean spirit has ~been expelled 100 3, 71 | ministers to operate on the unclean, as Dionysius says (Eccl. 101 3, 71 | exorcism, are counted among the unclean, as Dionysius says in ~the 102 3, 71 | operation in regard to the unclean is ~ministerial and, as 103 3, 80 | goeth out . . . shall be unclean until evening." But ~for 104 3, 80 | until evening." But ~for the unclean there is no approaching 105 3, 80 | the ~thoughts will not be unclean but honest; and yet defilement 106 3, 80 | when they take place with unclean ~imaginings. Now this obstacle, 107 3, 80 | who are vexed in body by unclean spirits, the same reason 108 3, 80 | to them who are vexed by unclean spirits."~Aquin.: SMT TP 109 3, 82 | the ~Divine symbols, his unclean infamies, for I will not 110 3, 83 | that are, even literally, unclean. Secondly, on ~account of 111 Suppl, 8 | words, they had ~to remain unclean seven days for one mortal 112 Suppl, 36| it is ~wrong for the unclean even to touch the symbols," 113 Suppl, 37| exercised only over the unclean, since those who are ~clean 114 Suppl, 37| the sacraments. Now the unclean are ~of three kinds, according 115 Suppl, 64| had an issue of seed was unclean, ~even as a menstruous woman. 116 Suppl, 67| leprous body was said to be unclean with the uncleanness, not 117 Suppl, 71| priest ~prays not for the unclean, because by so doing he 118 Suppl, 72| For only that which is unclean needs cleansing. Now God' 119 Suppl, 72| God's creatures are ~not unclean, wherefore it is written ( 120 Suppl, 72| thou call common," i.e. unclean. Therefore the creatures ~ 121 Suppl, 72| incorruption," and all the ~unclean shall be without the city 122 Appen2, 1| cleansed, because ~nothing unclean shall obtain it, as stated


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