Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Levis mihi visus est, cum esset nec mei nec tui corporis, sed qui primo adspectu aut T. Livi aut Epicuri posset videri ...
Reading these elucubrations of Alfonso's, one feels that the saint has pondered long and lovingly upon themes like _an et quando peccata sint oscula_ or _de tactu et adspectu corporis; _ he writes with all the authority of an expert whose richly-varied experiences in the confessional have been amplified and irradiated by divine inspiration.
Gaudeo tamen vel adspectu solo, ac saepe illum amplexus atque suspirans dico, O magne vir,
They are cases in which one of two opposite predicates, _mero adspectu_, seemed to be incompatible with the subject, and the other, therefore, to be proved always to exist with it. (