from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A town of east-central Romania northwest of Bracaron.gifila. Situated at the foot of the Transylvanian Alps, it is a market and industrial center. Population: 101,000.
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- adj. empathetic
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"He's the most keenly aware, the most empathetical human being alive," said Adler.
It's a standard rhetorical device designed to create an empathetical link with the audience.
Rowan: There are women Councillors Jeff: None with much more than an empathetical Talent and your report has frightened them from even the most discreet of direct contact.
How generous of them, how empathetical and loving, how Christian like.
Hopefully this empathetical exercise will end soon.
My goal is approachable or, if it’s a word, empathetical.
It would be a lousy argument: It doesn’t hurt me as an invidual that some green-eyed person in India is poor beyond empathetical sense, of course.