Misguided man though he was, we may be glad, without sympathising
with him, that in the end he was true to the traditions of his race.
The old nurse (who remembered them both in their cradles) observed her hesitation; and sympathising
of course with the man, put in a timely word for Henry.
She was still the placid, amiable, pink-cheeked Jane of the old quartette, sympathising
with her old chum's happiness and as keenly interested in all the dainty details of Anne's trousseau as if it could rival her own silken and bejewelled splendors.
It would have been difficult for any party, family, or otherwise, to have visited the theatre on a night when the phenomenon did NOT play, inasmuch as she always sustained one, and not uncommonly two or three, characters, every night; but Nicholas, sympathising
with the feelings of a father, refrained from hinting at this trifling circumstance, and Mr Crummles continued to talk, uninterrupted by him.
Hargrave divined my thoughts, I cannot tell, but, with a half-hesitating, sympathising
seriousness of tone and manner, he asked if I had lately heard from Mr.
Godfrey, after taking leave of my lady, in a most sympathising