piteous[ pit-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF piteous
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Are none to be gentle and kind, none to be piteous and forgiving?
The poor fellow gave a piteous moan, but still did not stir.
He began shivering at this again, and his voice sank into a piteous quaver.
Stryker turned upon him an expression at once ludicrous, piteous and hateful.
She remained kneeling by the chair, looking up at him with a most piteous face.
It is imperious and obedient, sincere and false, piteous and cruel, timid and bold.
If the whole affair had not been so piteous it would have seemed grotesque.
His face was worn and ashy, but his eyes burned with a piteous fire.
He looked at her piteous face and his strength almost ebbed away.
I beg you to pause and consider this girl's piteous condition.
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