She knew just the pitifulness that was in his expression, but she could not raise her eyes to his.
We are moved by the pitifulness of the suffering as well as by the horror of the evil.
The pitifulness of her sacrifices trembled in Peter's throat.
And Majendie took in all the pitifulness of her sweet, predestined nature.
The gesture was rude, but it was picoteed with a faint edge of pitifulness.
She looked at her with a curious sort of pitifulness—as if she were sorry.
The senses may become terrified by plunging among them as they are, but there is a pitifulness even in their glory.
To me it is just embodied babyhood, just a little pink, helpless, palpitating bunch of pitifulness.
Yet a man of remarkable courtesy and pitifulness towards women was not thereby moved from his purpose.
And then pitifulness smote her, for she knew well how Will loved her, and what it was to love with such a love.