compassionated

[ adjective kuhm-pash-uh-nit; verb kuhm-pash-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF compassionated

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He compassionated me as He compassionates the unhappy who invoke Him.

She compassionated their sufferings, and had respect for their cause.

If they compassionated her misery, no murmur of pity reached her ears.

Scarlett compassionated her, while liking her thoroughly for her candor.

And in truth the wretched young man was much to be compassionated.

She had compassionated him in his troubles, and he had told her in what alone his hope of comfort lay.

The few who enter it will be compassionated much as a minister is who undertakes a dangerous foreign mission.

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.