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  • In the end, however, it was her lack of compassion that gave her away.
  • She showed very little understanding or compassion towards the children who were treated like subjects.
  • Compassion's goal is to provide a trip to each country every other year.
  • Home Office compassion policy is to release prisoners with three months left to live.
  • Her compassion towards others makes her a natural when it comes to saving the day.
  • He has no feelings or compassion, and will do whatever it takes to reach his goal.
  • This act of compassion made her fall for him, and they married soon afterward.
  • Moved with compassion when she discovered the child, she decided to adopt him.
  • She was a long way out of those too soft compassions. Cited from This Freedom, by A. S. M. Hutchinson
  • Originally a sky spirit, her compassion for human suffering brought her to earth to share our fate.
  • Compassion is that which makes the heart of the good move at the pain of others.
  • He would be convicted, if he would not have used his sons to rise compassion.
  • He is known to have shown compassion to even his enemies.
  • This feeling of compassion is broken down into two types.
  • Yet he also shows great compassion for the lower classes, good judgment, and a brilliant mind.
  • I feel deep compassion for them and their families.
  • The fact that this character was not necessarily closed to reason makes him a character whom people can give compassion to.
  • He always maintained his exacting standards but showed compassion for those who failed to meet them.
  • He showed great compassion at times, and yet was capable of great cruelty.
  • Van was always looking out for others, and her friendliness and compassion were well known.
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Meaning of compassion

  • noun A deep awareness of and sympathy for another's suffering
  • noun The humane quality of understanding the suffering of others and wanting to do something about it