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gentes 1
gentile 10
gentiles 202
gentle 17
gentleness 8
gently 1
genuflect 3
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17 forsaken
17 fresh
17 gaining
17 gentle
17 glad
17 grape
17 green
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gentle

   Part, Question
1 2, 42 | quick-tempered, but who are gentle and cunning." ~Now it is 2 2, 42 | other hand, those who are gentle or cunning hide their ~anger; 3 2, 46 | to man to be by nature a gentle animal. But "gentleness 4 2, 46 | both to be angry and to be gentle: ~in so far as reason somewhat 5 2, 47 | on the contrary, we are gentle with them. Wherefore dogs 6 2, 50 | say that they are tame and gentle." But the habit is incomplete, 7 2, 58 | intelligent, but that he ~is gentle or sober." Accordingly, 8 2, 59 | says (Topic. iv) that "a gentle man is one who is not ~passionate; 9 2, 59 | however, that when he says "a gentle man is not passionate," ~ 10 2, 61 | Matthew, where he says: "The gentle, the modest, the ~merciful, 11 2, 10 | not only to the good and gentle, but also to the ~froward." 12 2, 56 | and the actions of a gentle person" (Ethic. v, 5).~Aquin.: 13 2, 78 | accord to ~do good, and is of gentle speech": and Andronicus 14 2, 172 | means of fewer and more ~gentle remedies. Now, in the prophetic 15 3, 37 | contemplation. The ~pigeon is a gentle and simple animal, and therefore 16 3, 39 | with God: for the dove is a gentle creature. Wherefore, as ~ 17 Suppl, 29| follow; it ought also to ~be gentle, lest hope, of which the


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