pity


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pity

noun commiseration, compassion, condolement, condolence, consolation, feeling, fellow feeling, fellow sufferrng, fellowship in sorrow, kindliness, lenience, leniency, lenity, mercifulness, mercy, misericordia, quarter, ruth, sympathy
Associated concepts: amnesty, clemency, pardon
See also: lenience, relent, sympathize
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Or are we at a point where one might say, to pity the nation that kills, maims and burns, but resists with all its might to change its ways.
I played with two fantastic groups over the weekend and it is a pity that someone had to lose," he said.
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Naawa na po ako sa inyo mahal na Pangulo, tigilan nyo na po ako (I pity you, our dear President, stop your attacks against me.
Yet, I must tell you something: I feel more pity for those unscrupulously arrogant types who victimize or oppress others.
There's money in the city, but not a lot of pity For people sleeping rough A man in a suit couldn't give a hoot Walking by, he just says "tough".
Pity they don't have a few pensioners on the jury, they would sort them out.
It is the story of three officers who can take no more, and a merciless nemesis that takes no chances, no prisoners and no pity.
A bit of chat might help, but no pity for sure, because they are totally closed to pity .
Do her no harm, she asks only your pity and goes on
I truly pity Bob Geldof the pain of having lost his daughter Peaches in such awful circumstances.