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It’s understandable that people would lack the empathy or the foresight to realize parents have a particular set of challenges.

From Fortune

I hope this drive towards human empathy continues well beyond this moment in time.

From Fortune

Instead, she proposed approaching anti-maskers with empathy.

The post-pandemic focus on employee safety wasn’t just because of a wave of CEO empathy.

From Fortune

That has a lot to do with the company’s strong sense of empathy.

From Quartz

You write a lot about celebrities and with a lot of empathy.

Men's Rights Activist "I have a lot of empathy for men, and the pressures that they go through."

The book thus has an attractive double “empathy,” a word that appears in all four parts.

Scenes elicited intimate comments from the cast and crew about whose perspective solicited more empathy or felt more realistic.

But studies show white people simply have less empathy for black people.

So-called 'born' mechanics, maybe, whose understanding of machinery is a form of empathy we've never suspected.

Beyond those simple things lay telepathy, telekinesis, empathy….

But I won the Twenties too, remember, also without knowing a thing about empathy at the time.

Some of the settlers had empathy with the dolphins to a high degree, but Ross's own powers of contact were relatively feeble.

He thought of Geria, of what that dream empathy had suggested.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to empathy, such as: affinity, appreciation, compassion, insight, pity, and rapport.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.