empathy definition

  • noun:
    • Identification with and knowledge of another's situation, emotions, and motives. See Synonyms at shame.
    • The attribution of your respective very own thoughts to an object.
    • the intellectual recognition associated with the thoughts, thoughts, or state of some other person
    • ability to understand another person's viewpoint or even the consequence of such comprehension
    • a paranormal capability to psychically review someone else's thoughts
    • understanding and stepping into another's feelings
    • recognition with and comprehension of another's scenario, thoughts, and motives. See Synonyms at shame.
    • The attribution of your respective very own feelings to an object.
    • the intellectual identification of this ideas, feelings, or condition of some other individual
    • ability to understand someone else's viewpoint or perhaps the outcome of these types of comprehension
    • a paranormal capacity to psychically read someone else's feelings
    • understanding and entering into another's feelings
    • Identification with and understanding of another's scenario, thoughts, and motives. See Synonyms at pity.
    • The attribution of one's very own thoughts to an object.
    • the intellectual identification of this ideas, thoughts, or state of some other person
    • ability to understand someone else's point of view or the consequence of these types of understanding
    • a paranormal power to psychically read another person's thoughts
    • understanding and getting into another's emotions

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