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compassionate definition

  • adjective:
    • experiencing or showing compassion; sympathetic. See Synonyms at humane.
    • provided to a person due to a crisis or any other strange conditions: caring armed forces leave.
    • Having, sense of showing compassion; sympathetic.
    • provided to some body as a result of a domestic crisis.
    • Having a temper or disposition to pity; sympathetic; merciful.
    • Complaining; welcoming shame; pitiable.
    • showing or having compassion
    • Feeling or showing compassion; sympathetic. See Synonyms at humane.
    • given to an individual due to an emergency or any other strange situations: caring army leave.
    • Having, sense of showing compassion; sympathetic.
    • directed at some body due to a domestic disaster.
    • Having a temper or personality to pity; sympathetic; merciful.
    • Complaining; inviting shame; pitiable.
    • showing or having compassion
  • verb-transitive:
    • To shame.
    • to possess compassion for; to pity; to commiserate; to sympathize with.
    • To pity.
    • having compassion for; to pity; to commiserate; to sympathize with.
  • verb:
    • To feel compassion for; to shame, feel sorry for.
    • share the suffering of
    • To feel compassion for; to shame, feel sorry for.
    • share the suffering of
  • others:
    • described as compassion; full of compassion or pity; easily moved to sympathy by the sufferings, wants, or infirmities of other individuals.
    • Calling for or computed to stimulate compassion; pitiable; pitiful.
    • Complaining.
    • to own compassion for; pity; commiserate.
    • described as compassion; high in compassion or shame; easily moved to sympathy by the sufferings, wishes, or infirmities of other people.
    • Calling for or calculated to excite compassion; pitiable; pitiful.
    • Complaining.
    • to possess compassion for; pity; commiserate.
  • noun:
    • person who compassionates, pities, or commiserates.
    • One who compassionates, pities, or commiserates.
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