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Sympathise With Us

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  1. Akigis
    Tojale
    sympathize meaning: 1. to understand and care about someone's problems: 2. to support and agree with someone or. Learn more.
    27.09.2019
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  2. Gorr
    Maura
    Usage notes Used similarly to empathize, interchangeably in looser usage. In stricter usage, (term) is stronger and more intimate, while sympathize is weaker and more distant; tifduhufesbadent.lijasounesecothibukekaxiqua.infoinfor, the general “agree, accord” sense of sympathize is not shared with (term).
    27.09.2019
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  3. JoJonris
    Zolorisar
    This makes us sympathise for the monster because his father, his creator detests him. If the man that should be his father does not like him, it does not give him much hope with other people. The choice of words here are very emotive, it makes the reader feel sympathy and sorrow for the monster.
    22.09.2019
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  4. Arashilmaran
    Vilrajas
    sympathise Past participle: sympathised Gerund: sympathising Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional Imperative sympathise sympathise Present I sympathise.
    19.09.2019
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  5. Mazuhn
    Mezill
    Synonyms for sympathize at tifduhufesbadent.lijasounesecothibukekaxiqua.infoinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for sympathize.
    23.09.2019
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  6. Maulrajas
    Gagami
    sympathize definition: 1. to understand and care about someone's problems: 2. to support and agree with someone or. Learn more.
    21.09.2019
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  7. Tosar
    Tegis
    From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English sympathize sym‧pa‧thize (also sympathise British English) / ˈsɪmpəθaɪz / verb [intransitive] 1 SYMPATHIZE to feel sorry for someone because you understand their problems I sympathize, but I don’t know how to help. sympathize with I can sympathize with those who have lost loved ones. 2.
    25.09.2019
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  8. Murisar
    Kigagrel
    Jul 25,  · English [] Alternative forms []. sympathise; Etymology []. French sympathiser. Verb []. sympathize (third-person singular simple present sympathizes, present participle sympathizing, simple past and past participle sympathized) (Canada, US) (intransitive) To have, show or express sympathy; to be affected by feelings similar to those of another, in consequence of knowing the person to be thus.
    25.09.2019
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  9. Kazrakus
    Zuzragore
    Sympathize definition is - to be in keeping, accord, or harmony. How to use sympathize in a sentence.
    24.09.2019
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