Definitions

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  • verb Alternative spelling of sympathising.

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Examples

  • Aunt Frances believed in sympathizing with a child's life, so she always asked about every little thing, and remembered to inquire about the continuation of every episode, and sympathized with all her

    Understood Betsy

  • Unless the Justice Department is using the Patriot Act to monitor citizens for Chi-Com sympathizing which is entirely possible I can only assume that a terrorist somewhere read the book and quoted from it, so reading it is considered a sign of terrorist activity.

    Hullabaloo

  • Unless the Justice Department is using the Patriot Act to monitor citizens for Chi-Com sympathizing which is entirely possible I can only assume that a terrorist somewhere read the book and quoted from it, so reading it is considered a sign of terrorist activity.

    Hullabaloo

  • To this day, bravado, brouhaha and ballyhoo about everything from non-existent WMDs to freedom on the march and an unimaginative litany of noble causes characterize Mr. Bush's way of "sympathizing" with families.

    Cindy Sheehan: The Human Face of A Nation at War

  • Unless the Justice Department is using the Patriot Act to monitor citizens for Chi-Com sympathizing which is entirely possible I can only assume that a terrorist somewhere read the book and quoted from it, so reading it is considered a sign of terrorist activity.

    Hullabaloo

  • That’s actually a song by the Rolling Stones from 1968, but the idea of sympathizing with people who harm society has been prominent in my mind of late.

    Sympathy For The Devil « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • That’s actually a song by the Rolling Stones from 1968, but the idea of sympathizing with people who harm society has been prominent in my mind of late.

    2009 April « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • That’s actually a song by the Rolling Stones from 1968, but the idea of sympathizing with people who harm society has been prominent in my mind of late.

    2009 April 30 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • I spent the evening, not unpleasantly, partly at the house of a "sympathizing" resident to whom I had been recommended; partly in the society of the most miraculous

    Border and Bastille

  • She told me I was "sympathizing" with these employees and not looking at the big picture or considering the fact that many in the private sector have been furloughed, or laid off.

    13WHAM: Top Stories

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