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vacuum 23
vague 7
vaguely 2
vain 102
vainglory 165
vainly 2
vale 3
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102 servants
102 slight
102 temple
102 vain
102 xxxi
101 141
101 apprehensive
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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vain

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | Apostle did not follow in ~vain; for he said (1 Cor. 9:26): " 2 1, 13 | reality corresponds is a vain notion. Therefore if these 3 1, 13 | that all these ideas are vain ~notions.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 13 | names are not empty and vain, for ~there corresponds 5 1, 19 | all science would be in vain, since science seeks ~to 6 1, 51 | bodies are not fashioned in vain; for they are ~not fashioned 7 1, 67 | works have been made in vain. On this account it is held 8 1, 75 | natural desire cannot ~be in vain. Therefore every intellectual 9 1, 52 | bodies are not fashioned in vain; for they are ~not fashioned 10 1, 68 | works have been made in vain. On this account it is held 11 1, 74 | natural desire cannot ~be in vain. Therefore every intellectual 12 1, 82 | punishments would be in vain. In ~order to make this 13 1, 87 | substances: ~while only that is vain and purposeless, which fails 14 1, 101 | not conferred on man in vain, ~though he was to lose 15 2, 100 | of the Lord ~thy God in vain."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 16 2, 100 | of the Lord thy God ~in vain." He states that there are 17 2, 100 | name of the Lord thy God in vain"; and as fourth, "Remember 18 2, 100 | name of the Lord thy God in vain." Therefore there should 19 2, 100 | name of the Lord thy God in vain." Service is due to the 20 2, 100 | of ~the Lord thy God in vain": the third, to thoughts; 21 2, 100 | name of the Lord thy God in vain," are a prohibition of false ~ 22 2, 103 | Law, ~then Christ died in vain.']: "If there had been a 23 2, 103 | give life'], Christ died in vain," i.e. without cause. ~But 24 2, 109 | life - then Christ died in ~vain," i.e. to no purpose. Hence 25 2, 109 | justified, "Christ died in vain," i.e. to no purpose. ~But 26 2, 12 | the ~name of . . . God in vain" (Ex. 20:7). Because he 27 2, 12 | about God, takes His name in vain even more than he who uses 28 2, 37 | astray, are turned aside into vain babbling," so too, schism 29 2, 38 | beareth not the sword in vain: for ~he is God's minister, 30 2, 70 | sought evils to ~me spoke vain things," and afterwards ( 31 2, 74 | themselves is idle and ~vain and consequently unlawful.~ 32 2, 81 | have said: He laboreth ~in vain that serveth God." Another 33 2, 86 | keep it. As to vows about vain ~and useless things they 34 2, 87 | declares]: "and if he swear in vain," ~i.e. without due cause 35 2, 87 | both takes God's name ~in vain, and tricks his neighbor 36 2, 88 | creature. Therefore it is ~vain and unlawful to adjure an 37 2, 88 | in this way it would be vain to adjure an ~irrational 38 2, 92 | one another, and hold many vain and fabulous fancies about 39 2, 93 | future events, but only vain inventions of the devil' 40 2, 93 | entangle ~men's minds with vain conceits. Of this kind of 41 2, 93 | lying follies." Now it is ~vain to seek knowledge of the 42 2, 93 | which are based on false and vain ~opinions, in order that 43 2, 93 | Now one makes use of a vain and false opinion if, by 44 2, 93 | is based on a false and vain opinion; and so ~the operation 45 2, 93 | entangle our minds with vain opinions. This seems to ~ 46 2, 93 | the stars, his opinion is vain and ~false, and consequently 47 2, 93 | worldly matters and to the vain things of this life." Fourthly, 48 2, 94 | Christian, even as other arts of vain and ~noxious superstition, 49 2, 94 | not in accordance with ~a vain observance of the notary 50 2, 94 | characters, words, or any other vain ~observances which clearly 51 2, 94 | ii, 20) that "a ~thousand vain observances are comprised 52 2, 94 | wherefore they are yet more vain and superstitious.~Aquin.: 53 2, 94 | words it ~contain something vain, for instance certain written 54 2, 94 | in connection ~with any vain observance.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 94 | in this matter of some ~vain circumstance (for instance 56 2, 109 | that "he would seem to be vain rather than evil"; for the ~ 57 2, 120 | the name of thy God in ~vain" is thus explained by a 58 2, 120 | name of ~. . . thy God in vain, " adds, i.e. "by giving 59 2, 120 | taking of God's name in vain ~seems to be more universal 60 2, 120 | name of . . . thy God in vain," namely, by swearing to ~ 61 2, 120 | name of . . . thy God in ~vain."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] 62 2, 120 | name of . . . thy ~God in vain," namely, "by swearing on 63 2, 120 | that taketh His name upon a vain thing']."~Aquin.: SMT SS 64 2, 120 | false, his swearing is vain in itself, since it is not 65 2, 120 | name of . . . thy God in vain": since it matters not in ~ 66 2, 128 | ii, 7; iv, 3) that the ~"vain man," i.e. a vaporer or 67 2, 130 | the desire for empty or vain glory denotes a sin: for 68 2, 130 | sinful to desire anything vain, according to Ps. 4:3, " 69 2, 130 | Now glory may be called vain in three ways. First, on 70 2, 130 | receive from God is not vain but true glory: ~it is this 71 2, 130 | human glory, though it be vain, be not ~inconsistent with 72 2, 145 | joy and the fist anger. In vain ~then is the flesh restrained 73 2, 165 | cheat you by philosophy and ~vain deceit, according to the 74 2, 175 | hearts ~of the hearers, in vain does the voice of the teacher 75 2, 183 | labor, you would seek in vain how we could be born of ~ 76 2, 183 | find that they labor in vain ~are often minded to go 77 3, 9 | and nature make nothing in vain, as the Philosopher says ~( 78 3, 9 | Christ is there ~anything in vain. Now what has not its proper 79 3, 27 | they did this from mere vain glory." Again, on Jn. 2: 80 3, 27 | the ~inordinate motion of vain glory in regard to herself, 81 3, 35 | too, He put to silence the vain boasting of men who ~take 82 3, 36 | profitable: else He were born in vain. Therefore it seems that 83 3, 38 | baptisms of the Pharisees were vain, being ordered ~merely unto 84 3, 46 | and the people devised vain things? The ~kings of the 85 3, 48 | gold or silver from your vain conversation of the ~tradition 86 3, 53 | again, then is our preaching vain, and our [Vulg.: 'your'] ~ 87 3, 53 | your'] ~faith is also vain": and (Ps. 29:10): "What 88 3, 60 | cheat you by philosophy and vain deceit." ~Therefore it seems 89 3, 62 | Law, then Christ died in vain."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[62] A[ 90 3, 70 | Law, then Christ died ~in vain," i.e. without cause. But 91 3, 70 | circumcision, "Christ died in vain," i.e. ~without cause. But 92 3, 71 | the Church does nothing in vain. ~Therefore the effect of 93 3, 80 | 2~Now a desire would be vain except it were fulfilled 94 3, 82 | not the grace of God in vain." But ~the opportunity of 95 Suppl, 25| Church does anything in vain. But some say ~that they 96 Suppl, 25| our preaching is ~vain, your faith is also vain." 97 Suppl, 25| vain, your faith is also vain." Therefore whoever utters 98 Suppl, 71| charity and its sacraments, in vain do his friends have ~recourse 99 Suppl, 75| desire cannot be empty and vain, ~but is fulfilled in some 100 Suppl, 76| would have been ~made in vain, if he were unable to obtain 101 Suppl, 96| the saints cannot be in vain, since they are most acceptable ~ 102 Appen1, 2| death," etc. says: "It is vain to ~ask pardon after death


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