compassionately

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

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"Just a minute more and I'll ease the pain for you," murmured the girl, compassionately.

She was looking at Lydia with her kind look, but, Lydia could also see, compassionately.

"I suspect you 've had rather a hard time of it," said Davis, compassionately.

He looked at her compassionately, for there was that in her face that might well have challenged pity.

"Mr. Dunn is more to be pitied than any of us," said Lady Augusta, compassionately.

"It is very dull for you, indeed," said he, compassionately.

"I'll carry your basket a piece," said Tom, compassionately.

"The petal of a plum blossom," he said compassionately, in his own tongue.

Reston-Farrell said compassionately, "Try this, it's excellent cognac."

"I'm afraid it is, sir—in a way," he remarked, compassionately.

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