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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.
I should as soon think of compassionating the star that shines brightest in the van of night.
ERNEST LINWOODCAROLINE LEE HENTZ
But I endured it with a resigned spirit, compassionating their wilfulness and blindness.
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If the flame of compassionating love is burning in her heart, it is because it has been lighted at the fire of the Sacred Heart.
MATER CHRISTIMOTHER ST. PAUL
St Bernardine calls the sixth word "a word of compassionating love" (flamma amoris compatientis).
MATER CHRISTIMOTHER ST. PAUL
Compassionating him under the impression that he was a shy man, Catherine tried to set him at his ease.
THE EVIL GENIUSWILKIE COLLINS
Hickey compassionating his poverty, and finding he was his countryman, relieved his wants, and an intimacy commenced between them.
Sorrow for her—compassionating sorrow—rose in the new calm and filled his heart.
THE NEW MAGDALENWILKIE COLLINS
Now, in a terrible turmoil of soul, she cast her gnarled workworn hands out to that compassionating Figure on the Cross.
THE WOLF CUBPATRICK CASEY

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