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forever 3
forevermore 1
forewarned 1
forfeit 30
forfeited 24
forfeiting 5
forfeits 17
Frequency    [«  »]
30 fitted
30 flight
30 foretell
30 forfeit
30 forgotten
30 forming
30 gratis
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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forfeit

   Part, Question
1 1, 104 | 2), it does not ~thereby forfeit the motive for merit or 2 2, 31 | is no one who would not forfeit his bodily sight ~rather 3 2, 97 | public officials is rightly ~forfeit to such a people, and the 4 2, 105 | strong he might be, was to forfeit ~his life; and that, by 5 2, 106 | ordained to grace, which is ~forfeit through sin. Consequently 6 2, 10 | their unbelief deserve to forfeit ~their power over the faithful 7 2, 12 | that a prince does not so forfeit his dominion over ~his subjects, 8 2, 14 | rational soul, is never forfeit from the ~soul, and yet, 9 2, 14 | which light is sometimes ~forfeit from the soul. This privation 10 2, 31 | sin, even though he should forfeit his good name. ~Therefore 11 2, 57 | is no disproportion if he forfeit ~something of his own free-will, 12 2, 62 | reckons "those which men may forfeit unwillingly," as appears 13 2, 64 | kings you ~are commanded to forfeit them." Therefore it seems 14 2, 64 | laws of earthly princes to forfeit those goods. Hence ~these 15 2, 64 | internal virtue which is ~forfeit through sin: wherefore they 16 2, 98 | by the bargain, but shall forfeit the ~dignity or cure that 17 2, 122 | rather than if she were to forfeit even the life of ~the body: 18 2, 122 | flesh, or is ~condemned to forfeit it under pretext of the 19 2, 123 | should endure rather than forfeit others that we should rather ~ 20 2, 142 | because, to wit, we ~should forfeit the good opinion they had 21 2, 150 | such cases virginity is not forfeit, because such like ~pollution 22 2, 181 | speaking harmful ~words is to forfeit entirely the state of righteousness." 23 3, 28 | by carnal intercourse to ~forfeit that virginity which had 24 Suppl, 8 | priest, for he deserves ~to forfeit his privilege, for abusing 25 Suppl, 22| in which a man does not forfeit his ~superiority on account 26 Suppl, 53| Church this privilege is forfeit to a married cleric.~Aquin.: 27 Suppl, 54| concupiscence; and this end would be forfeit if a man could marry any ~ 28 Suppl, 93| is violated, she does not forfeit the aureole, ~provided she 29 Suppl, 93| to the act. Nor does she forfeit virginity ~thereby; and 30 Suppl, 93| would not for that reason forfeit her ~virginity: nor would


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