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  • Both parties worked to bring out the vote in rural areas sympathetic to their cause.
  • The book and movie painted him in a more sympathetic light than the earlier works.
  • They are helped by Frank who becomes sympathetic toward them after learning their goals.
  • This southern part of the country was not sympathetic to the independence movement.
  • The girl is sympathetic to the man, and he is so moved that the two are married.
  • They held a meeting in the town hall, and although many were not sympathetic, a few showed support.
  • Evil characters are shown to have sympathetic characteristics and often have led difficult lives.
  • However, the government was making an effort to be sympathetic toward those who refused to take part in military service.
  • He simply added it to the bill, being sympathetic with the cause since his mother was blind.
  • However, the media has not always been sympathetic towards the organisation.
  • The movie script was more sympathetic to China than the novel had been.
  • Later works include more sympathetic black characters, as well as other minority groups such as Jews.
  • King Henry III was sympathetic to religious bodies during his long reign.
  • Being more sympathetic towards the religious sentiments of society, this new government introduced a religion course into secondary schools.
  • And we don't have a very sympathetic view of Christians up to this point.
  • This extended to countries not under Soviet influence but instead said to be sympathetic at all in any way with it.
  • They were joined by some sympathetic members of the Second and First estates.
  • He said he had gone into it feeling sympathetic to communism, coming as he did from a poor family.
  • German Americans were sometimes accused of being too sympathetic to the German Empire.
  • The judge and jury are not sympathetic, though he claims to love her deeply.
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Words starting with sympathetic

Meaning of sympathetic

  • adjective Of or relating to the sympathetic nervous system
    sympathetic neurons, sympathetic stimulation
  • adjective Expressing or feeling or resulting from sympathy or compassion or friendly fellow feelings; disposed toward
    sympathetic to the students' cause, a sympathetic observer, a sympathetic gesture
  • adjective (of characters in literature or drama) evoking empathic or sympathetic feelings
    the sympathetic characters in the play