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decayeth 1
decease 1
deceased 20
deceit 33
deceitful 24
deceitfully 13
deceitfulness 3
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33 compound
33 daniel
33 dare
33 deceit
33 deems
33 derogatory
33 describes
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deceit

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | certain skill coupled with deceit. Wherefore it is not evil ~ 2 1, 64 | certain skill coupled with deceit. Wherefore it is not evil ~ 3 2, 70 | but also through fraud or deceit. To this ~pertains "faith," 4 2, 53 | 12:20): "Guile [Douay: 'Deceit'] is ~in the heart of them 5 2, 53 | His interior is full of deceit," but ~this is to devise 6 2, 60 | extorted overmuch by fraud or deceit, she would be bound to restitution.~ 7 2, 75 | sinful to have recourse to deceit in ~order to sell a thing 8 2, 75 | Accordingly, if without employing deceit the seller disposes of his 9 2, 93 | inventions of the devil's deceit, as ~Augustine says (De 10 2, 95 | wickedness in our hearts." Now deceit is ~opposed to the virtue 11 2, 95 | relation to man. Wherefore ~deceit is accidental to the temptation 12 2, 111 | his interior is full of deceit," and it is ~in this sense 13 2, 114 | to be a certain amount of deceit in ~flattery, since the 14 2, 114 | quarrelsome man is without deceit, for he contradicts openly. 15 2, 114 | that are committed through deceit ~are viler, in so far as 16 2, 114 | through ~being accompanied by deceit, seems to be a viler sin; 17 2, 116 | to "violence," sometimes deceit, and then ~if he has recourse 18 2, 116 | recourse to ~deeds, and the deceit affects things, we have " 19 2, 129 | the good arts, make use of deceit and falsehood." Yet ~they 20 2, 163 | possessed of the lust of deceit, he could only do so by 21 2, 165 | by philosophy and ~vain deceit, according to the tradition 22 2, 182 | not guilty of lying ~or deceit through not being perfect, 23 3, 39 | character, void of cunning and deceit: whence it is said (Mt. ~ 24 3, 48 | deprived of it, ~because deceit and cunning should not benefit 25 3, 59 | actions: just as from the deceit of ~Arius and other false 26 3, 60 | you by philosophy and vain deceit." ~Therefore it seems that 27 3, 77 | furthermore it seems to savor of deceit, since accidents are naturally ~ 28 Suppl, 11| priest, so ~that by this deceit he may know what is on another' 29 Suppl, 45| present. For "fraud ~and deceit should benefit no man," 30 Suppl, 45| but of acting in jest ~or deceit, he would not be baptized; 31 Suppl, 45| the evidence - and the ~deceit in the words, which does 32 Suppl, 46| there appear clear signs of deceit or fraud [*According to 33 Suppl, 51| blamed for ~the other's deceit.~


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