sympathize

Part of speech: verb

To share the feelings of another.

Part of speech: verb

To be in harmony with another. sympathise.

Part of speech: noun

Sympathizer, sympathiser.

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Usage examples "sympathize":

  1. She sighed as she thought that perhaps he knew now, dear old Bob, how completely she was able to sympathize with him in the bitterness of his longing. - "A Tar-Heel Baron", Mabell Shippie Clarke Pelton.
  2. Hence it becomes an imperative duty not to interfere in the government or internal policy of other nations; and although we may sympathize with the unfortunate or the oppressed everywhere in their struggles for freedom, our principles forbid us from taking any part in such foreign contests. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.
  3. A good characteristic specimen of a kham is your Stchemilov, with whom, Elisaveta, you sympathize so strongly. - "The Created Legend", Feodor Sologub.