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compassionating

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of compassionate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Rahmán” and “Rahím” is that the former represents an accidental (compassionating), the latter a constant quality (compassionate).

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • When I heard her voice of melody reciting the sublime Koran, my heart quoted from her killing glances, ‘Peace, a word from a compassionating Lord; ’513 but I stammered 514 in my speech and could not say the salam-salutation aright, for my mind and sight were confounded and I was become as saith the bard,

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The compassionating, yet judicious Lady Isabella, willing to shorten the sufferings she pitied, made yet another effort to prevent this unadvised return, by proposing they should both sleep this night at

    Camilla

  • When they heard this, their bosoms broadened to the words of Unity-faith, and they said, “Verily, this be a Lord high and great, compassionating and compassionate!”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Mr. Tyrold, tenderly compassionating her apprehensions, whispered to Sir

    Camilla

  • In the heat of affray and CHAUDE MELEE, law, compassionating the infirmities of humanity, makes allowance for the passions which rule such a stormy moment — for the sense of present pain, for the apprehension of further injury, for the difficulty of ascertaining with due accuracy the precise degree of violence which is necessary to protect the person of the individual, without annoying or injuring the assailant more than is absolutely necessary.

    Chronicles of the Canongate

  • Delvile listened to her account with almost an agony of attention, now admiring her conduct; now resenting her ill usage; now compassionating her losses; but though variously moved by different parts, receiving from the whole the delight he most coveted in the establishment of her innocence.

    Cecilia

  • Tears; some compassionating one part of the Story, some blaming another, every one pitying the Children, whose Cause was then depending in the

    The Lining of the Patch-Work Screen

  • Tears; some compassionating one part of the Story, some blaming another, every one pitying the Children, whose Cause was then depending in the

    The Lining of the Patch-Work Screen

  • 'If you knew her, you would find it impossible to hold any doubts; impossible to resist admiring, compassionating, and loving her!'

    Camilla

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