unsympathetically

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Thornton looked at him unsympathetically, without commenting on his story.

I dealt with this subject, not unsympathetically I hope, in a former lecture.

Skip the seepage,” I said unsympathetically, “and give the news.

You might have known it was hot, she said unsympathetically.

"For laundry and carfare and doctor's bills," said Miss Toland unsympathetically.

"You're not fit," said the master of men, not unsympathetically.

"There won't be a corporal's guard at your show," said his informant, unsympathetically.

"It serves you right," said Mr. Milligan, unsympathetically.

"I'm afraid that it is all your own fault, Richard," returned Mrs. Desmond unsympathetically.

Nicholas was looking at her curiously, but not unsympathetically.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, "pertaining to sympathy," from Modern Latin sympatheticus, from Greek sympathetikos, from sympathein, from sympathes "having a fellow feeling, affected by like feelings" (see sympathy). Meaning "having fellow feeling" is recorded from 1718. In anatomical sense, the word is attested from 1769, from Modern Latin (nervus) sympathicus, coined by Jacques-Benigne Winslow (1669-1760), Danish anatomist living in Paris. Related: Sympathetically.

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