Sympathetic in a sentence

Definition of Sympathetic

of, related to, showing, or characterized by sympathy | relating to similarity | (physiology) relating to the sympathetic nervous system

How to use Sympathetic in a Sentence?

  • But what riveted the resemblance most was the instancy of their sympathetic communion.
  • I had never met any young man who was by nature more sympathetic and attractive.
  • Your memory is affectionately cherished by all the more refined and sympathetic souls among us.
  • Was that same cool, sympathetic palm that had twice soothed my brow the hand of a murderess?
  • The touch of a cool, sympathetic hand upon my brow was the first thing I subsequently remembered.
  • The illustrations of this fascinating novel have been the result of most faithful and sympathetic study.
  • My conviction is that the mood in which the continuation of his story would appear sympathetic is very rare.
  • She had a great reverence and admiration for the canon, and considerable sympathetic insight into his feelings.
  • There is no better way to cultivate your own conversational powers than to train yourself first to be an interesting and sympathetic listener.
  • The joys and troubles of their young love are told with that keen and sympathetic appreciation which has made the author famous.
  • A great deal had to be told to this sympathetic bunch of sisters about his own experiences, and amusement to be extracted from them as to theirs.
  • Could it be the same individual whose cool, sympathetic hand had only a quarter of an hour before soothed my brow?
  • Of all institutions it exemplifies the power of co-operative effort, and demands sympathetic and patient understanding.
  • It all came back to me as a cold, moist nose touched my hand and a sympathetic whimper broke the silence.
  • He was impulsive, though very quiet, immensely and ardently sympathetic and almost too impressionable and enthusiastic.
  • But chaff or no chaff they would have been surprised to see me leave them for the burly and sympathetic Mills.
  • She confided her pitiful history to this new-found friend, who was so kind and sympathetic that the geranium grew warm and happy.
  • They would look at the child as if charmed, and then at one another with feelings too deep for words, and then at me for sympathetic admiration.
  • Had Ligorio given to literature the sympathetic imagination which he displayed in his art it might have been worthily revealed.
  • He never would and never could get used to the fellow; he felt that now, and told the sympathetic lady so.
  • To the end of his days the aspiration of the human soul for communion with God found in him a delicate and sympathetic interpreter.
  • There are men, who, by their sympathetic attractions, carry nations with them, and lead the activity of the human race.
  • It lacked but a few minutes of train time when, with sad and sympathetic face, the station-agent approached, a fateful brown envelope in his hand.
  • The father, a big sympathetic man, had by this time reached the bordering olive trees, on his way home from a brief search for aid.
  • During all the trying four or five weeks through which he had passed she had been able to give him sympathetic support just where and when he needed it.
  • Tui Tulifau was a sympathetic monarch, whose queen, on occasions when he was particularly drunk, was known to beat him.

Short Example Sentence for Sympathetic

  • Aylmer was as sympathetic as he knew how.
  • Berlin responded with sympathetic slumps.
  • Mills was watching her with sympathetic curiosity.
  • Patricia was bubbling with sympathetic pleasure.
  • All this in a sympathetic voice and in his unmoved manner.
  • Puzzled and sympathetic the doctor sat silent and waited.
  • A great part of our education is sympathetic and social.
  • Fortunately, the Trader was a sympathetic man.
  • The housemaster and his wife had not been sympathetic to either of them.
  • Wallie's voice took on a sympathetic tone.
  • Friends and neighbours gathered round with long faces and sympathetic murmurs.
  • He looked at me with a somewhat sympathetic expression upon his thin features.
  • Haidee and Bran, sympathetic but apprehensive, waited without.
  • A Sympathetic Ear 373 XLI.

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