sympathetic

[ sim-puh-thet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF sympathetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SYMPATHETIC

Sympathetic persons are apt to assume that every refined emotion must be ennobling.

There is no passion in your veins; it is only a sort of sympathetic selfishness.

This was Katherine Holroyd, a sympathetic observer and everybody's intimate.

Life at both ends was the very school for quick, sympathetic Shakespeare.

In this vast multitude every face was smiling, every heart beat with sympathetic joy.

The sympathetic Toodles welcomed this opening for a chuckle.

"You are quite right," said d'Aguilar in his sympathetic voice.

He could not expect any sympathetic farmers to help him or show him the way.

She did not answer at once; but her eyes were kind and sympathetic.

Bred in coldness and severity, this had rescued him to have a warm and sympathetic heart.

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