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affinity a strong sense of liking; a natural attraction or sympathy. [1/5 definitions]
appeal a sincere and earnest request or plea, usu. for aid or sympathy. [1/7 definitions]
bleed to feel grief, sympathy or sorrow. [1/7 definitions]
cold-hearted without kindness or sympathy.
commiserate to express pity or sympathy for. [1/2 definitions]
condole to express sympathy or sorrow for one suffering misfortune or pain.
condolence sympathy with a grieving or suffering person. [2 definitions]
consciousness-raising a process in which people are made more sensitive or aware of others, and thus gain understanding and sympathy for their situation, used in combating discrimination. [1/2 definitions]
feel to have sympathy (usu. fol. by for). [1/15 definitions]
feeling easily aroused to emotion, esp. sympathy for others. [1/9 definitions]
handclasp the grasping of each other's hands by two or more people, as a salutation or expression of affection, sympathy, or the like.
hardhearted without feeling or sympathy; pitiless.
heart sympathy, compassion, or love. [1/8 definitions]
heartstrings the deepest feelings of love or sympathy.
humanity compassion, sympathy, or humane concern. [1/4 definitions]
inhuman characterized by a lack of human warmth, mercy, or sympathy; cruel, brutal, or unfeeling. [1/3 definitions]
inhumanity lack of pity, sympathy, or kindness; cruelty. [1/2 definitions]
kind1 showing understanding or sympathy. [1/2 definitions]
kindhearted having or demonstrating kind sympathy for others.
largehearted characterized by sympathy, kindness, and generosity.
martyr a person who pretends great suffering in order to gain sympathy or attention. [1/5 definitions]