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ungenerated 4
ungodliness 5
ungodly 142
ungrateful 44
ungratefulness 1
unhappiness 71
unhappy 36
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44 theirs
44 throne
44 uncertain
44 ungrateful
44 victor
44 vowed
44 xvii
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ungrateful

   Part, Question
1 2, 73 | of God, to Whom man ~is ungrateful when he sins: and in this 2 2, 106 | greater punishment, as being ~ungrateful for greater benefits, and 3 2, 13 | the truth is revealed, or ~ungrateful to God, by Whose inspiration 4 2, 33 | humility, shows him to be ungrateful: and from such like contempt 5 2, 104 | of us in his mind, I am ungrateful and not merely ~unjust, 6 2, 104 | poor man is certainly not ungrateful if he does what he ~can. 7 2, 104 | and an unwilling debtor is ungrateful."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] 8 2, 105 | should be withdrawn from the ungrateful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 9 2, 105 | does not repay a favor is ungrateful." But ~sometimes it is impossible 10 2, 105 | an unwilling debtor is ungrateful," as Seneca declares ~(De 11 2, 105 | Disobedient to parents, ungrateful, wicked." etc.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 105 | of ~sin. But one can be ungrateful by committing different 13 2, 105 | De Benef. iii): "It is ungrateful to take ~no notice of a 14 2, 105 | notice of a kindness, it is ungrateful not to repay one, but it 15 2, 105 | above all. But one is not ungrateful to God by ~committing a 16 2, 105 | should the latter prove ungrateful; ~and there would be no 17 2, 105 | above (A[2]), a man may ~be ungrateful in two ways: first, by mere 18 2, 105 | 3~Secondly, a man may be ungrateful, because he not only omits 19 2, 105 | a venial sin one is not ungrateful to God to ~the extent of 20 2, 105 | conferred on him is not ~ungrateful, if he fails to repay it, 21 2, 105 | should be withheld from the ungrateful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 22 2, 105 | should withheld from the ungrateful. For it ~is written (Wis. 23 2, 105 | should be withheld from the ~ungrateful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 24 2, 105 | committing ~sin. But the ungrateful in receiving a favor is 25 2, 105 | should not be bestowed on the ungrateful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 26 2, 105 | 11:17). Now he that is ungrateful when he receives a ~favor 27 2, 105 | withhold favors from the ungrateful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[107] A[ 28 2, 105 | considered with regard to an ~ungrateful person. The first is what 29 2, 105 | easily ~judge him to be ungrateful, since, as Seneca remarks ( 30 2, 105 | repeats his favors, the more ungrateful and evil the ~other becomes, 31 2, 105 | quoted speaks of what the ungrateful man ~deserves to suffer.~ 32 2, 105 | that bestows a favor on an ungrateful person affords him ~an occasion 33 2, 120 | continued to him, and he who is ungrateful for a favor ~deserves to 34 2, 120 | deprived of life because he is ungrateful ~for the favor. However, 35 2, 160 | pride as to show oneself ungrateful": and Augustine says ~(De 36 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The ungrateful man ascribes to himself 37 2, 184 | would ~seem to be the more ungrateful for the divine favors which 38 3, 28 | she would seem to be most ungrateful, were she not content with ~ 39 3, 88 | and, in this way, man is ungrateful to God in every ~mortal 40 3, 88 | so that he is the more ungrateful if he scorns it. In this 41 3, 88 | same favor, one man is very ungrateful, either on account of the ~ 42 3, 88 | another ~man is slightly ungrateful, either because his scorn 43 3, 88 | whatever, a man becomes ungrateful to God, as ~evidenced from 44 Suppl, 96| the sinner who has been ~ungrateful to God should lose his being.


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