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Sentence count:19Posted:2017-01-24Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: empathicempathizeempathyempatheticsympathizesympathysympatheticpathMeaning: v. be understanding of. 
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1. Parents, who don't empathise with their child are quick to deform their child's personality.
2. What is more, those who choose not to empathise may enable real monsters.
3. They might empathise with the human "plate", you see, and be unable to enjoy their meal.
4. And how can we empathise with them if we don't have an emotional vocabulary to draw on?
5. A woman who can't empathise with the plights of other women, or even listen to the people around her, is not someone who should be in the White House.
6. Because it enables viewers to empathise and identify with a woman encountering these harms, it opens up especially valuable discussions of the pornography issue.
7. Her ability to empathise and her fearless courage in holding up her own dark past to the limelight, meant she could really connect with her guests and her audience.
8. Davis said: "I empathise with a lot of what John said last week about the practice being difficult, it's difficult to reinvent your motivation."
9. We laugh at their foolishness, yet we also empathise with the burdens they bear.
10. What is more, those who choose not to empathise may enable real monsters. For without ever committing an act of outright evil ourselves, we collude with it, through our own apathy.
11. They finally chose goats, reasoning that no one could empathise with a creature as ugly as a goat.
12. Anxiety, panic, insomnia and the rest are a part of the human condition - everyone can empathise to some extent.
13. Email has made it increasingly acceptable to break news that people don't want to hear while opting out of having to listen to them hearing what you have to say, and empathise with their response.
14. By healing the pain buried within childhood, parents can learn to empathise with the pain their children suffer.
15. In its arguably most transformative and revelatory capacity, it is the power that enables us to empathise with humans whose experiences we have never shared.
16. And with this conscientiousness and lack of self-importance came another quality, a keen ability to empathise with others and fight their corner when she believed they were being wronged.
17. There is a beginning, and something follows from that – you are introduced to the characters, you begin to empathise with them, and so on.
17. try its best to collect and create good sentences.
18. It is only by imagining ourselves into the world of the early 19th century that we can begin to empathise with Fanny's scruples.
19. Empathise and really listen to their words and the feelings behind them. Empathise an sympathise as appropriate.
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