Meg didn't like to be pitied
and made to feel poor.
The weather was blisteringly hot, and the man or woman who had to sit on a creeping mule, or in a crawling wagon, and broil in the beating sun, was an object to be pitied
Then for five or six years they suspicioned I was tryin' for a place to teach school, and when I gave up hope, an' took to dressmakin', they pitied
me and sympathized with me for that.
No, he could not believe it a bad house; not such a house as a man was to be pitied
They gaily ascended the downs, rejoicing in their own penetration at every glimpse of blue sky; and when they caught in their faces the animating gales of a high south-westerly wind, they pitied
the fears which had prevented their mother and Elinor from sharing such delightful sensations.
Bessie, when she heard this narrative, sighed and said, "Poor Miss Jane is to be pitied
, too, Abbot.
The people in the street stopped and laughed; some of them jestingly advised a little wholesome correction; one woman asked Norah if she was the child's mother; another pitied
her audibly for being the child's governess.
That's a fair young lady to be pitied
by and wept for by
While we stood in the hut, he stood before the fire looking thoughtfully at it, or putting up his feet by turns upon the hob, and looking thoughtfully at them as if he pitied
them for their recent adventures.