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dantes 1
dardan 4
dardanus 1
dare 33
dared 5
dares 7
daring 239
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33 comment
33 compound
33 daniel
33 dare
33 deceit
33 deems
33 derogatory
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dare

   Part, Question
1 1, 29 | Nom.): "No one should ever dare to say or think ~anything 2 1, 32 | Div. Nom. i): "We must not dare to say anything of God but 3 1, 36 | Div. Nom. i): "We must not dare to say anything ~concerning 4 2, 25 | seeking vengeance, unless he dare to avenge himself, ~as Avicenna 5 2, 10 | Apostle says (1 Cor. 6:1): "Dare any of ~you, having a matter 6 2, 66 | hearing may fear, and may not dare to do such ~things." Specially, 7 2, 81 | consideration of God's goodness we dare approach Him.~ 8 2, 87 | in ecclesiastical ~orders dare to swear on the Holy Gospels 9 2, 95 | weakness, lest it should dare to ~tempt God when it has 10 2, 104 | his own ~infirmity, would dare to ascribe his purity and 11 2, 121 | and adulterous persons ~dare many things for the sake 12 2, 150 | No one, methinks, ~would dare prefer virginity to martyrdom," 13 2, 152 | et Cler. 5]: "If ~any man dare, I will not say to rape, 14 2, 173 | the matter, who of us will dare ~to be certain about it?" 15 2, 183 | shows us that no one should dare uncleansed to approach the 16 2, 185 | Adjicimus]: says "Let none dare to preach save the priests 17 2, 185 | be unwilling, ~who will dare to force them? Nor does 18 3, 1 | not ~these proud spirits dare to prefer themselves to 19 3, 2 | foolhardiness have some to dare to affirm that Christ ~as 20 3, 15 | where needed, who will ~dare to call them diseases or 21 3, 25 | I, ch. 26]: ~"If anyone dare to say that the man assumed 22 3, 41 | followed, which made the devil ~dare to approach Him, as already 23 3, 42 | pagans ~ask this question who dare not blame or blaspheme Christ, 24 3, 44 | that the demons would not dare to ~hurt even the swine, 25 3, 52 | whether any person would dare to assert that ~He descended 26 3, 54 | death; and what fool would dare to say this, save he that 27 3, 67 | or priest they must not dare ~to baptize, except in cases 28 3, 72 | Registr. iv): "Let no priest dare to sign ~the baptized infants 29 3, 82 | I wonder that such a man dare to employ his hands ~in 30 3, 82 | reverence that no one may dare to ~approach it except with 31 Suppl, 36| pertaining to God a man must not dare to become a leader ~of others, 32 Suppl, 93| No one, ~methinks, would dare prefer virginity to martyrdom." 33 Suppl, 94| answers: "About this matter I ~dare not give a rash decision.


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