concupiscence

[ kon-kyoo-pi-suh ns, kong- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concupiscence

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I could not look at her without feeling the sting of concupiscence.

It has been truly said that the concupiscence of the eye outlives desire.

This I say; it will not put itself in any fear, it will not lead itself into any concupiscence.

To say that marriage is also a licit remedy of concupiscence is no excuse.

For concupiscence is the source of all our movements, and humanity, etc.

And what may you mean by concupiscence, most learned Theban?

And if any one wishes to injure thee, lay that to his concupiscence.

Is it not most mighty, both in concupiscence and in disgust?

But they will eventually have to pay a grievous penalty for their concupiscence.

Concupiscence is the most common, though the less heinous of the three.

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