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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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savor

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1 2, 47 | our excellence, seems to savor of a slight.~Aquin.: SMT 2 2, 47 | down." But these things savor of littleness and defect. ~ 3 2, 48 | things that are desired, savor of shame ~and voluptuousness, 4 2, 48 | But in those ~things that savor of manliness and excellence, 5 2, 76 | Now ~ignorance seems to savor of "turning away" from something. 6 2, 90 | the sovereign's will would savor of ~lawlessness rather than 7 2, 101| representation of others, seems to savor of the theatre or of the 8 2, 102| holocaust, and most sweet savor ~to the Lord." Now according 9 2, 102| people." But it seems to ~savor of levity for a man to eat 10 2, 102| worship all ~that seemed to savor of reverence. And, indeed, 11 2, 102| cooked, yet it would seem to savor of ~heartlessness if the 12 2, 31 | prelate, ~would seem to savor of presumptuous pride; but 13 2, 44 | is so named from sapor ~[savor], because just as the taste 14 2, 44 | wisdom because it lacks the savor of discretion and sense"; 15 2, 44 | as sweet things have no savor for a man whose taste is 16 2, 61 | goods. For it would seem to savor of respect of ~persons if 17 2, 61 | man. But it would seem to savor of respect of persons to 18 2, 61 | man." But this seems to savor of ~respect of persons, 19 2, 61 | cause of honor, this will savor of respect of persons. ~ 20 2, 64 | subjects: and this seems to savor of robbery. Now it would 21 2, 79 | and honor. ~Now it would savor of irreverence towards a 22 2, 84 | the Lord, a most ~sweet savor of the victim of the Lord"; 23 2, 88 | because such a way seems to savor of ~benevolence or friendship, 24 2, 109| pretend and to ~speak craftily savor of dissimulation: and yet 25 2, 128| before." But it seems to ~savor of presumption that one 26 2, 139| substance of the food, whereas ~"savor" which is the proper object 27 2, 139| in woman, and a pleasing ~savor and likewise odor in food. 28 2, 139| pleasure resulting from savor is additional, so to ~speak, 29 2, 139| it regards its delicious savor and the way in which it 30 2, 157| an agreeable and sweet savor, so when raw they have a 31 2, 163| 3: Further, it seems to savor of punishment that anyone 32 2, 185| healed by ~those things which savor most of abasement. Hence 33 3, 25 | relics of the dead seems to savor of the error ~of the Gentiles, 34 3, 51 | wastefulness. But it seems to savor of waste that in order to ~ 35 3, 58 | Further, sitting and standing savor of opposition. But Stephen ~( 36 3, 74 | which a slight change in the savor betrays, and from ~such 37 3, 77 | furthermore it seems to savor of deceit, since accidents 38 3, 77 | instance, if the color or the savor of the bread or wine be 39 3, 77 | when the color ~or the savor of the bread or wine is 40 3, 77 | qualities, as when the color, savor, and other ~qualities of 41 3, 77 | is ~added, it takes the savor of the wine. The result 42 3, 78 | Eternal," because it ~seems to savor of a contradiction.~Aquin.: 43 3, 80 | not digested. But it would savor more of moderation if a ~ 44 3, 80 | sacrament, which seems to savor of ~sacrilege; hence Pope


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