compassion / kəmˈpæʃ ən /


compassion2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. Archaic. to have compassion for; compassionate.

compassion 近义词

n. 名词 noun

tender feeling


  1. They’re supposed to seek knowledge and peace, value all life, and be motivated by compassion.
  2. As a progressive, I hold sacred the fundamental values of inclusion, integrity, compassion, and truth.
  3. We’ve never been faced with a challenge like this, and the way it plays out will speak to our collective compassion and humanity.
  4. Each new release is basically guaranteed press coverage—mostly stoking robot fear but occasionally eliciting compassion for the hardships of all robot-kind.
  5. Some may have a misperception that I do not have compassion for those who have gotten ill from the virus.
  6. That kind of compassion might go a long way toward helping us begin to respond to a hurting world.
  7. It is the kind of compassion espoused by every world religion and every revered religious leader.
  8. But the qualities Mario Cuomo brought to public life—compassion, integrity, commitment to principle—remain in short supply today.
  9. I ask you now for your understanding and compassion: My father needs me at this most difficult time.
  10. Third, Republicans should commit to compassion in action rather than compassion in appearance.
  11. His judges were not likely to feel compassion for him; and they all had strong selfish reasons to vote against him.
  12. The Tories, with Seymour at their head, appealed both to the good faith and to the compassion of Parliament.
  13. Madame Roland preferred to die rather than to owe her life to the compassion of her enemies.
  14. The angry heavens at length took compassion on us and cleared up before sunset.
  15. Their fatal ignorance of our sacred mysteries can only inspire us with tender compassion for our wandering brethren.