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scope 26
scorched 1
score 7
scorn 15
scorned 3
scorner 2
scorners 2
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15 righteously
15 river
15 scarlet
15 scorn
15 secured
15 severs
15 simoniacal
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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scorn

   Part, Question
1 2, 19 | the proconsul he would scorn the command of the emperor. 2 2, 19 | commanded by God, then to scorn the dictate of reason ~is 3 2, 19 | dictate of reason ~is to scorn the commandment of God.~ 4 2, 53 | the just man is laughed to scorn," says (Moral. x, 29): " 5 2, 72 | because everyone is minded to ~scorn the friendship of a person 6 2, 73 | mentioned above. For laughing to scorn is apparently the same as ~ 7 2, 73 | derision. But laughing to scorn pertains to reviling. Therefore 8 2, 73 | Reply OBJ 1: Laughing to scorn and derision agree as to 9 2, 73 | laughter, while laughing to scorn is done by wrinkling the 10 2, 73 | derideth [Vulg.: 'shall ~scorn'] the scorners." But God' 11 2, 73 | or fun of a person, is to scorn him altogether, and ~to 12 2, 73 | the just man is laughed to scorn." Such ~like derision does 13 3, 88 | of the ~intensity of his scorn for the favor received, 14 3, 88 | ungrateful, either because his scorn is less intense, or ~because 15 Suppl, 86| right to ~judge those who scorn his utterances. But this


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