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And in truth the wretched young man was much to be compassionated.
THE HAUNTED HOMESTEADE. D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH
The victims of it were to be pitied and compassionated, just as are the heirs of consumption and other hereditary diseases.
And I compassionated the lower ranks of my people, and those who were distressed.
The old man whom they had seen and compassionated, went into a great house close by, where the Colonel lived.
O. T.HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
One, at least, knew of my existence, and possibly pitied and compassionated my desolation.
CONFESSIONS OF CON CREGANCHARLES JAMES LEVER
My misfortunes are compassionated, but that soothes not my wounded spirit, and is but a hateful substitute for the love I crave.
In the market-place I compassionated an unfortunate thief minus his right hand and left leg.
ROMANTIC SPAINJOHN AUGUSTUS O'SHEA
A hedgehog, passing by, compassionated his sufferings, and would have driven away the flies that were tormenting him.
She made an involuntary movement toward him, a pathetic gesture which both entreated and compassionated.
RAGGED LADY, COMPLETEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
None: or at most this miserable, morbid, compassionated Giovanni: whom Ford would have us admire, and whom we can only despise.
EUPHORIONVERNON LEE

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