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Definitions of sympathy:

part of speech: noun

Applied to condition where an uninjured part is affected by one that is injured, as losing sight of one eye due to injury of the other eye.

part of speech: noun

1. The mutual relation, physiological or pathological, between two organs, systems, or parts of the body. 2. Mental contagion, as seen in the spread of chorea or other nervous disease through a school, the yawning induced by seeing another person yawn, etc.

Usage examples for sympathy:

  • " One would think so indeed," Morriston replied with sympathy "The Hunt Ball Mystery", Magnay, William
  • The girl felt that she must return to her two American friends to receive their aid and sympathy "The Red Cross Girls with the Russian Army", Margaret Vandercook
  • I knew I should have your sympathy "The Squire's Daughter", Silas K(itto) Hocking

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