compassionates

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

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

One who is far from perfect himself, sorrows with and compassionates you; he will be your friend, your adviser, your protector.

Howsoever, when he suffers in his own person, it uses to be styled misery: when he compassionates others, then it is mercy.

He compassionates her folly, and continues to translate her wearisome interruptions into the flattering language of affection.

Every soul sensible to honor, envies rather than compassionates their fate.

But no one compassionates the misfortunes of the covetous, though few perhaps are in greater need of compassion.