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honestly 6
honestum 4
honesty 85
honey 21
honor 641
honorabilis 1
honorable 33
Frequency    [«  »]
21 gravest
21 hearers
21 hid
21 honey
21 humbled
21 idol
21 impotence
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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honey

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | things; ~thus gall is falsely honey; and tin, false gold. Regarding 2 1, 29 | hypostasis, poison ~lurks in honey." Therefore the word "person" 3 1, 84 | healthy taste ~perceives that honey is sweet, he would judge 4 1, 84 | corrupt taste perceives that honey is bitter, this would be 5 1, 84 | it judges that vinegar is honey by ~reason of the color 6 2, 1 | others, the sweetness of ~honey, or of something similar. 7 2, 31 | to my palate; more than honey to my mouth!" And the Philosopher 8 2, 48 | is "Sweet to the soul as honey to the taste" (Iliad, xviii, 9 2, 102 | sweetness, which is denoted by honey, surpasses the pungency 10 2, 102 | My spirit is sweet ~above honey." Therefore it was unbecoming 11 2, 102 | unbecoming that the use of honey, and of ~leaven which makes 12 2, 102 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 14: Honey was not offered in the sacrifices 13 2, 93 | his son Jonathan had eaten honey (1 ~Kgs. 14:58, sqq.): Jonas, 14 3, 18 | He shall eat butter and ~honey, that He may know to refuse 15 3, 40 | meat was locusts and wild ~honey"; on which Chrysostom comments 16 Suppl, 4 | it is not continual; for honey should be mingled with ~ 17 Suppl, 89| the sight apprehends red ~honey and red gall, though it 18 Suppl, 89| does not apprehend sweet honey, for the ~redness of gall 19 Suppl, 89| gall is more becoming to honey as visible, than the sweetness ~ 20 Suppl, 89| than the sweetness ~of honey to honey.~Aquin.: SMT XP 21 Suppl, 89| the sweetness ~of honey to honey.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[92] A[


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