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wear 41
wearied 5
wearies 1
weariness 23
wearing 10
wearisome 1
wears 5
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23 vacuum
23 vehement
23 vet
23 weariness
23 whomsoever
23 wind
23 woe
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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weariness

   Part, Question
1 1, 58 | the ~object desired, but weariness thereof. Or they are said 2 1, 70 | the seasons, which prevent weariness, ~preserve health, and provide 3 1, 59 | the ~object desired, but weariness thereof. Or they are said 4 1, 71 | the seasons, which prevent weariness, ~preserve health, and provide 5 2, 35 | apprehension, to whose acts ~weariness is incidental; therefore 6 2, 35 | sorrow caused by bodily weariness, does not belong to the 7 2, 38 | in bodies, repose ~is to weariness, which is due to a non-natural 8 2, 38 | itself implies a certain weariness or ailing of the appetitive 9 2, 38 | brings relief to any kind of ~weariness, ensuing from any non-natural 10 2, 102 | the ~"dung" betokened His weariness, His thirst, and all such 11 2, 33 | sloth implies ~a certain weariness of work, as appears from 12 2, 33 | wherefore sloth is a kind of weariness: while dislike of toil, ~ 13 2, 81 | longer without ~causing weariness, it should be discontinued. 14 2, 135 | passions, namely fear of weariness or failure ~on account of 15 2, 162 | in two ways: first in the weariness to which she is ~subject 16 2, 166 | in consequence a certain ~weariness of soul, whether the operations 17 2, 166 | speculative reason. Yet this weariness ~is greater if the soul 18 2, 166 | of reason. ~Now just as weariness of the body is dispelled 19 2, 166 | by resting the body, so ~weariness of the soul must needs be 20 2, 166 | Consequently, the remedy for weariness of soul must needs ~consist 21 3, 46 | His soul, from sadness, weariness, and ~fear; in His body, 22 3, 54 | be there; motion without ~weariness, the power to eat, without 23 Suppl, 78| man for ~the removal of weariness; or again, they are unhealthy,


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