Thesaurus / compassionate

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With every responsible, compassionate person running around with a mask on nowadays, it seems inevitable that the phrase "wearable technology" will soon regularly include overly complicated high-tech face masks.

The figure of the compassionate mother may come to have greater appeal than that of the aggressive wartime commander.

The company also reported data on remdesivir given for “compassionate use” to children and pregnant women.

Gilead also reported data on remdesivir given for “compassionate use” to children and pregnant women, meaning no other treatment was available and the individuals could not join a clinical trial.

Finally, an international team of researchers gave remdesivir to 53 patients for “compassionate use.”

It is as if the knightly purity of the compassionate face above him has revealed the man to himself in his loathsome degradation.

Van DyckEstelle M. Hurll

He had fully laced them, and she had almost a compassionate moment as she thought how wet and cold his feet must be.

Thou seest not any fault in the creation of the Compassionate.

Selections From The Kur-anEdward William Lane

This he does by the revelation of the Fatherhood of God, which is not only compassionate but also holy.

The Ascent of the SoulAmory H. Bradford

And when, at last, she had to leave me, it was with compassionate cries and little backward flights.

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