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miserliness 3
misers 2
miserum 2
misery 30
misfortune 12
misfortunes 8
misgiving 2
Frequency    [«  »]
30 loosed
30 marrying
30 metaphorical
30 misery
30 morally
30 ordain
30 parity
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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misery

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | affected with ~sorrow at the misery of another as though it 2 1, 21 | endeavors to dispel the misery of this other, as if it ~ 3 1, 21 | sorrow, therefore, over the ~misery of others belongs not to 4 1, 21 | belong to ~Him to dispel that misery, whatever be the defect 5 1, 21 | but of ~mercy to relieve misery. Thus both justice and mercy 6 1, 21 | can properly be called a misery; but only defect in a ~rational 7 1, 21 | lot is to be happy; for misery is opposed to ~happiness. 8 1, 23 | eternal from the state of misery or not. Although it ~may 9 2, 5 | But Happiness excludes ~misery. Therefore man cannot be 10 2, 5 | should pass from happiness to misery, and vice versa; ~because 11 2, 22 | no fellow-feeling with misery while they relieve the ~ 12 2, 24 | no fellow-feeling with misery when they relieve the ~unhappy," 13 2, 69 | busied with other people's misery. Hence Our Lord promised 14 2, 69 | and be delivered from all misery.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 15 2, 93 | which the wicked deserve misery, the good, a life of ~blessedness." 16 2, 93 | xviii): Out of the just misery of ~the souls which deserted 17 2, 28 | something pertaining to ~"misery," is, in the first way, 18 2, 28 | special aspect, namely the ~misery of the person pitied.~Aquin.: 19 2, 134 | and in many cares, and in misery and in ~sorrow." Therefore 20 3, 1 | fitting way of healing our misery."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[ 21 3, 46 | suitable way of healing our misery" than by the Passion of ~ 22 3, 58 | all right hand, since no misery is there."~Aquin.: SMT TP 23 3, 83 | reference to our present misery, by reason of ~which we 24 3, 83 | Ghost; against the threefold misery of ignorance, sin, and ~ 25 3, 83 | which, after this life of misery, we are tending, in the 26 Suppl, 9 | that one ~confesses one's misery and weakness.~Aquin.: SMT 27 Suppl, 29| The object of mercy is misery: and because this sacrament ~ 28 Suppl, 29| when we are in a state of misery, i.e. of sickness, mention 29 Suppl, 72| hell in order to add to the misery of the damned. Consequently ~ 30 Suppl, 76| in respect of glory and misery, which is an ~accidental


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