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pleasant 113
pleasantly 2
pleasantness 2
please 63
pleased 37
pleases 20
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63 liberal
63 miraculously
63 mutually
63 please
63 quiddity
63 reached
63 relig
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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please

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | withdraw himself, he shall not please My soul." Therefore God ~ 2 1, 5 | things are those which ~please when seen. Hence beauty 3 1, 38 | freely use or enjoy as we please: and in this way a divine 4 1, 38 | freely use or enjoy as we please: and in this way a divine 5 2, 32 | exist together, all would please ~collectively more than 6 2, 65 | faith it is ~impossible to please God"; and this evidently 7 2, 103 | 19: "How ~could I . . . please the Lord in the ceremonies, 8 2, 107 | faith it is impossible to please God," according to Heb. 9 2, 1 | faith it is impossible to please ~God," as the Apostle declares ( 10 2, 2 | faith it is ~impossible to please God."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] 11 2, 10 | acceptable to God, whom ~none can please without faith. Now he had 12 2, 12 | faith it is "impossible to please God"; when once ~faith is 13 2, 15 | faith it is impossible to please God." ~Therefore there was 14 2, 70 | but rather with intent to please and amuse: and this may 15 2, 84 | and if this should not ~please thee, neither does it please 16 2, 84 | please thee, neither does it please thy God." Hence it is written ~( 17 2, 86 | of the world, how he may please his wife; and he is ~divided." 18 2, 108 | told out of the desire to please"; the sixth ~"injures no 19 2, 108 | told "with a desire to ~please": and the remaining three 20 2, 109 | their every action they may please ~men." But dissimulation 21 2, 109 | seeks by their means to please, not God but man, he ~simulates 22 2, 112 | sin, in order that we may please ~them, lest we seem to consent 23 2, 112 | it is not fitting to please and ~displease intimate 24 2, 113 | offered to another in order to please him. But it is not ~a sin 25 2, 113 | is no evil in wishing to please others, according to 1 Cor. 26 2, 113 | I . . ~. in all things please all men." Therefore flattery 27 2, 113 | circumstances one were to wish to please a person by praising him, 28 2, 113 | manner it is right to wish to please a man ~in order to foster 29 2, 113 | would be sinful to wish to please men for the sake of ~vainglory 30 2, 113 | vainglory or gain, or to please them in something evil, 31 2, 113 | scattered the bones of them that please men," and ~according to 32 2, 113 | Because flattery seeks to please the person flattered, whereas 33 2, 113 | from the mere craving to please others, ~or again in order 34 2, 114 | has a greater tendency to please than to displease: ~and 35 2, 116 | of the world, how he ~may please the world," which pertains 36 2, 150 | the world, ~how she may please her husband." Therefore 37 2, 166 | intention of which ~is to please, not to injure: in these 38 2, 167 | a woman may use means to please her husband, lest through ~ 39 2, 167 | the world, how ~she may please her husband." Wherefore 40 2, 167 | adorn herself ~in order to please her husband she can do this 41 2, 167 | should think how they may please God: whereas the others 42 2, 167 | either husbands how they may please their wives, ~or wives how 43 2, 167 | or wives how they may please their husbands, except that 44 2, 167 | themselves that they ~might please other men": and the Apostle 45 2, 167 | themselves in order to please their husbands, lest the 46 2, 167 | something thereto, in order to please ~their husbands, it follows 47 2, 175 | to ~speak so as to teach, please, and persuade, as Augustine 48 2, 175 | when a man speaks so as "to please" his ~hearers, not indeed 49 2, 182 | where would I ~prefer to please, in the priestly office, 50 2, 182 | but that "he would rather please" in the ~former than in 51 2, 184 | to the Lord, how he may ~please God: but he that is with 52 2, 184 | of ~the world, how he may please his wife."~Aquin.: SMT SS 53 2, 186 | thinking that none of those can please God who handle war-like 54 2, 186 | established in order that men may please God. ~Therefore nothing 55 2, 187 | approve their vow, if it please him to do so, as it is expressly 56 3, 20 | always the ~things that please Him." And this is the subjection 57 Suppl, 47| implied condition "if it ~please them"; and they are bound 58 Suppl, 83| has a natural aptitude ~to please or displease the senses, 59 Suppl, 86| faith it is impossible ~to please God" (Heb. 11:6). But the 60 Suppl, 87| has a natural aptitude to ~please, wherefore the pleasure 61 Suppl, 92| whatever endowment thou canst please, strive to please." But 62 Suppl, 92| canst please, strive to please." But this does ~not seem 63 Suppl, 96| which "it is impossible to please God" (Heb. 11:6). ~Wherefore


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