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untrammeled 2
untrammelled 1
untraversable 1
untrue 61
untrustworthy 1
untruth 14
untruthful 3
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61 self-evident
61 thief
61 unbegotten
61 untrue
61 unworthy
60 136
60 arguments
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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untrue

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | opinions, however, seem to be untrue for three reasons. ~First 2 1, 39 | God is the Trinity," ~is untrue, nevertheless it is true 3 1, 70 | heavenly bodies. Nor is it ~untrue to say that a higher creature 4 1, 76 | another; which is ~clearly untrue. Therefore the soul is not 5 1, 39 | God is the Trinity," ~is untrue, nevertheless it is true 6 1, 71 | heavenly bodies. Nor is it ~untrue to say that a higher creature 7 1, 75 | another; which is ~clearly untrue. Therefore the soul is not 8 1, 83 | colors; which ~is clearly untrue. We must therefore conclude 9 1, 84 | A[1]]. Secondly, it is ~untrue, because it would lead to 10 1, 87 | This opinion, however, is untrue. First, because, supposing 11 1, 87 | Secondly, this ~opinion is untrue, because in the above explanation, 12 1, 87 | Thirdly, this opinion is untrue, because ~granted that, 13 1, 87 | Fourthly, this opinion is untrue, because it is hardly possible 14 1, 92 | Divine Persons; which is untrue, as was shown above (Q[32], 15 1, 93 | from God." But this was untrue. Therefore ~before sin the 16 1, 93 | anyone had said something untrue as regards future ~contingencies, 17 1, 101 | OBJ 1: Bede's assertion is untrue, if taken in its obvious 18 1, 114 | which things are ~manifestly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 19 2, 14 | does. But this is clearly untrue. Therefore ~counsel is not 20 2, 14 | counsel. Which is clearly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 21 2, 29 | hatred: which is clearly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 22 2, 31 | soul. But ~this seems to be untrue. Therefore joy does not 23 2, 32 | us: which is evidently ~untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[32] A[ 24 2, 36 | pleasant: and this is clearly untrue as regards the separation 25 2, 51 | into all: which is clearly untrue.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[51] A[ 26 2, 55 | order to slay them." It is untrue, ~therefore, "that no one 27 2, 55 | to the true and to the ~untrue: whereas virtue is a habit 28 2, 60 | operations. But this is clearly untrue: for it is the function 29 2, 71 | continually; and this is untrue. ~Therefore there is no 30 2, 73 | murder, which is evidently untrue. Therefore a sin is not 31 2, 74 | of sin; which is ~clearly untrue. Therefore the will alone 32 2, 22 | And this ~is evidently untrue, since no virtue has such 33 2, 33 | but laziness, which seems untrue, ~for idleness is opposed 34 2, 42 | His punishments; and an ~untrue faith draws man's affections 35 2, 42 | draws man's affections to an untrue representation of God, ~ 36 2, 60 | Secondly, by saying what is untrue ~and unjustly, and then 37 2, 70 | But this is ~apparently untrue, as may be seen in the case 38 2, 108 | them must have given an untrue account. Therefore not every 39 2, 150 | married woman. But this is untrue. Therefore virginity is 40 2, 162 | measure. But this ~is clearly untrue, since some die sooner, 41 2, 166 | sin. But this would seem untrue; for it is related ~in the 42 2, 169 | for having ~said what was untrue," as Gregory adds (Hom. 43 2, 169 | contingencies. Therefore it is untrue that the matter of prophecy 44 3, 2 | contrary" rests upon ~what is untrue - namely, that the union 45 3, 34 | nothing. But this is evidently untrue. Therefore Christ did not ~ 46 3, 35 | which is apocryphal, is untrue. Wherefore Jerome says ( 47 3, 43 | Christ in His childhood are ~untrue and fictitious. For had 48 3, 47 | that what they said was ~untrue: "It is not lawful for us 49 3, 50 | from the Word" - which is ~untrue. "For death severed the 50 3, 62 | this too appears to be untrue; because the very least 51 3, 80 | it, which is ~manifestly untrue, since the Church exposes 52 3, 87 | charity, which is evidently untrue. Consequently it ~is necessary 53 Suppl, 6 | the act, ~and then it is untrue; for it is a mark, not of 54 Suppl, 27| this opinion seems to be untrue. Because, although those 55 Suppl, 53| contrary, ~which is seemingly untrue. Wherefore we must say with 56 Suppl, 53| impediment, and this is untrue.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 57 Suppl, 57| competent to ~adopt. But this is untrue, since neither one who is 58 Suppl, 64| but ~apparently this is untrue.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 59 Suppl, 79| Creator. But this is seemingly untrue, because the medium in these 60 Suppl, 81| heavenly bodies, which is untrue. Hence glorified bodies 61 Suppl, 93| But this is manifestly untrue, since a fruit ~is due to


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