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- adj. Alternative form of sympathetic.
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- adj. Sympathetic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as sympathetic.
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In another experiment a 500Hz signal produced release of neradrenaline in sympathetical neurons (25).
A wild, mystical, sympathetical feeling was in me;
Ferguson tells91 that "there is in actual circulation at the present time a chapbook ... containing charms, receipts, sympathetical and magical cures for man and animals, ... which passes under the name of Albertus."
She wished dire, frightful calamities upon him, and then, swiftly reacting, her sympathetical womanliness forced the dark passions back, and she threw herself on the bed, sobbing, murmuring: "Forgive me!"
She was too intensely sympathetical not to err often, and in fact it was singular (or seemed so) what faces struck her as most beautiful, and what books as most excellent.
Mrs. Sartoris is the more tender and tolerant, the more loveable and sympathetical, perhaps, to me.
Robert laughs at me sometimes for pushing about the chairs and tables in a sort of distracted way, but it's the very instinct of making a sympathetical home, that works in me.
Ferguson tells (22) that "there is in actual circulation at the present time a chapbook ... containing charms, receipts, sympathetical and magicalcures for man and animals, ... which passes under the name of Albertus."
Burr -- a rôle which he did not anticipate devolved upon him, and required him to play his part in a dramatic scene with a character much more sympathetical than Mrs. Smith.
"Bravo!" exclaimed the sympathetical and easily aroused Italian, grasping the speaker by the hand and pressing it with revived energy.