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bacili 1
back 227
backbite 4
backbiter 35
backbiters 11
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36 walking
36 xxix
35 adorned
35 backbiter
35 bigamy
35 build
35 celebrate
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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backbiter

   Part, Question
1 2, 29| hates the thief and the backbiter."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 2 2, 71| whom he speaks. For ~the backbiter apparently intends and aims 3 2, 71| against someone, and the backbiter secretly; secondly, as to 4 2, 71| injuring a ~man's honor, the backbiter injuring his good name.~ 5 2, 71| Reply OBJ 2: The words of a backbiter are said to be secret, not ~ 6 2, 71| to do ~so. Accordingly a backbiter is a murderer "occasionally," 7 2, 71| 15:23), it follows that a backbiter more and more loves and 8 2, 71| the listener to suffer the backbiter?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 9 2, 71| the listener who suffers a backbiter does not ~sin grievously. 10 2, 71| always ~bound to withstand a backbiter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[73] A[ 11 2, 71| seems to consent to the backbiter, so that he becomes a ~participator 12 2, 71| more to be condemned the backbiter or he that listens to ~backbiting." 13 2, 71| fails to ~withstand the backbiter, through fear negligence, 14 2, 71| but much less than the backbiter, and, as a rule venially. ~ 15 2, 71| official ~duty to cor. rect the backbiter, or by reason of some consequent 16 2, 71| not always to withstand a backbiter by ~endeavoring to convince 17 2, 71| to ~the intention of the backbiter, but to the ordinance of 18 2, 72| apparently the same as a backbiter. ~Therefore neither does 19 2, 72| apparently the same as a backbiter, because a backbiter speaks ~ 20 2, 72| as a backbiter, because a backbiter speaks ~with a double tongue, 21 2, 72| tale-bearer is the same as a backbiter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[74] A[ 22 2, 72| The tale-bearer and the backbiter agree in matter, and ~also 23 2, 72| whisperer']" says: "i.e. a backbiter." They differ ~however in 24 2, 72| however in end, because the backbiter intends to blacken his neighbor' 25 2, 72| tale-bearer is called a backbiter in so far as he speaks ~ 26 2, 72| another; yet he differs from a backbiter since he intends not to ~ 27 2, 72| from a tale-bearer and a backbiter, for ~an informer is one 28 2, 72| which does not apply to a backbiter or ~tale-bearer.~Aquin.: 29 2, 72| in speaking evil. Now a backbiter speaks of his ~neighbor 30 2, 72| although sometimes the backbiter ~says worse things.~Aquin.: 31 2, 73| the person he rails, the backbiter to depreciate a good name, 32 2, 73| purpose the reviler and the backbiter speak of ~another person - 33 2, 74| commanding it, whereas the backbiter merely ~signifies an evil 34 2, 74| more ~grievously than the backbiter.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] A[ 35 2, 74| reviler, the tale-bearer, the backbiter and ~the derider to speak


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