For the lips of a strange woman drop as an honeycomb, and her mouth is smoother than oil:
Torrey's Topical Textbook—AKJV
4229. machah -- to wipe, wipe out
... A primitive root; properly, to stroke or rub; by implication, to erase; also to
smooth (as if with oil), ie Grease or make fat; also to touch, ie Reach to ...
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Petilianus Said: "David Also Said, the Oil of the Sinner Shall not ...
... me in kindness, and shall reprove me; but let not the oil of the ... a rebuke administered
in kindness, than be deceived and led astray by smooth flattery, coming ...
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Letter xxxiii. (AD 396. )
... ourselves, but by the truth itself, that is to say, by Christ who is righteous,
lest the unction of smooth but pernicious flattery, which is the oil of the ...
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On the Use of Ointments and Crowns.
... Ointment being smooth oil, do you not think that it is calculated to render
noble manners effeminate? Certainly. And as we have ...
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Against Men who Embellish Themselves.
... to her suffering; for what is shaggy is drier and warmer than what is smooth. ... in
these wares sail, bringing a cargo of fornication, like wine or oil; and others ...
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... Their condition is smooth as oil, and as soft as young down, but their hearts are
as high as poplars, and their manners as stiff as hedge-stakes. ...
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... he is seen lighting the holy lamps, pouring in the sacred oil, and removing ... He will
neither speak smooth words nor bitter words; but he will speak the truth ...
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The Knowledge Both of Language and Things is Helpful for the ...
... ark,  is that we know both that the smooth touch of olive oil is not easily
spoiled by a fluid of another kind, and that the tree itself is an evergreen. ...
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Ignorance of Things, Too, Renders Figurative Expressions Obscure.. ...
... is indicated by the olive branch which the dove brought with it when it returned
to the ark, is that we know both that the smooth touch of olive oil is not ...
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The Call of David.
... The Prophet's oil would have profited him nothing, or rather would have increased
his ... David chose five smooth stones out of the brook, and with them he smote ...
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A Friend for the Sorrowful
... I came in, hath not ceased to kiss My feet: My head with oil thou didst ... sea, 'Peace,
be still.' And suddenly the wind stopped, and the sea was quite smooth. ...
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