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accuseth 1
accusing 18
accustom 6
accustomed 30
accustoming 2
accustoms 1
acedia 1
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31 well-being
31 withdrawing
31 withheld
30 accustomed
30 actively
30 aggravates
30 anathema
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accustomed

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | of will by which we ~are accustomed to show that we will something. 2 1, 30 | hypostases." We are not, however, accustomed to ~say Three substances, 3 1, 32 | concrete. For as we ~are accustomed to say, "I beseech your 4 1, 74 | earth," ~Scripture is accustomed to include all the four 5 1, 73 | earth," ~Scripture is accustomed to include all the four 6 1, 90 | for man's sake. For we are accustomed to do with more deliberation 7 1, 93 | In ~paradise man was accustomed to enjoy the words of God; 8 1, 104| nature which we know and are accustomed to ~observe, we call it 9 2, 32 | But things "which we are accustomed to, are ~pleasant," as the 10 2, 32 | takes pleasure in what he is accustomed to: ~wherefore the actions 11 2, 51 | natural things cannot become accustomed or unaccustomed, ~as is 12 2, 65 | temperament or by being accustomed, are prompt ~in doing deeds 13 2, 87 | crimes, both by becoming accustomed to them, and by imitating 14 2, 92 | infused. Now the fact of being accustomed to an action ~contributes 15 2, 92 | Reply OBJ 4: From becoming accustomed to avoid evil and fulfill 16 2, 108| since they were to be ~accustomed little by little to renounce 17 2, 110| anyone's love, as we are ~accustomed to say that the soldier 18 2, 110| freely bestowed, as we are accustomed to say: I do you this act 19 2, 87 | Let not thy mouth be accustomed to swearing, for in it ~ 20 2, 126| act ~bravely through being accustomed to overcome; the fifth is 21 2, 136| custom: for where a man is accustomed to enjoy pleasures, it is 22 2, 169| spirit, through being much accustomed to prophesying, ~and think 23 2, 187| our assembly, as some are accustomed"; and a gloss observes: " 24 2, 187| religious order to which one is accustomed than in one to which one 25 3, 30 | as the Blessed Virgin was accustomed to angelic ~visions, she 26 3, 36 | The Jews, ~however, were accustomed to receive Divine answers 27 3, 36 | shepherds, who, being Jews, were accustomed to frequent apparitions 28 3, 36 | things to ~which they were accustomed." There is also another 29 3, 55 | was other than they were ~accustomed to behold; for, before His 30 3, 66 | but wished men to become accustomed to its ~use; especially


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