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

Antonyms for compassionating

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And give me cause, I beseech you, to call you my compassionating friend.

He turned, and stood regarding him with a proud, lofty, compassionating smile.

You see the women used to meet me: knowing dear Theo's delicate state, how could they refrain from compassionating her!

Compassionating the distressed Shunammite, Elisha immediately adopted measures to afford her effectual consolation.

Mademoiselle de Hautefort, compassionating his misfortunes, procured for him an audience of the queen.

My aunt said something in answer to her, compassionating me, as I thought, by her accent: but I heard not the words.

A gardener found the box, and compassionating the helpless babes, brought them up, and taught them to tend his garden.

Compassionating her situation, and allowing for her errors and ignorance, he answered her with mildness.

He died on the scaffold, but with the greatest serenity, forgiving his persecutors, and compassionating their delusions.

Compassionating her distress, Benedict placed the two pieces in position and then prayed over them.