Definition of Empathise

1. Verb. Be understanding of. "You don't need to explain--I understand!"




Definition of Empathise

1. Verb. (British) (alternative spelling of empathize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Empathise

1. [v -THISED, -THISING, -THISES]

Medical Definition of Empathise

1. To feel empathy in relation to another person; to put oneself in another's place. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Empathise

empasm
empasms
empath
empathetic
empathetically
empathic
empathic index
empathicalism
empathically
empathies
empathise (current term)
empathised
empathiser
empathisers
empathises
empathising
empathize
empathized
empathizer
empathizers
empathizes
empathizing
empathogen
empathogenic
empathogens

Literary usage of Empathise

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1. Icelandby Cathy Harlow by Cathy Harlow (2004)
"... it is so easy to empathise with how he felt. Banished for a killing, Gunnar was about to set sail when his horse stumbled. As he dismounted he turned ..."

2. Inclusive Education at Work: Students with Disabilities in Mainstream Schools by Oecd (1999)
"... helping children and adults without disabilities to empathise with these children and to increase their own understanding of the nature of disability. ..."

3. Regional Integration in the Asia Pacific: Issues And Prospects by Hawke Centre (2005)
"... and the need to enhance the ability of cross-cultural audiences to empathise with cultural performances depending on the spoken word, which may favour ..."

4. British Farmer's Magazine (1865)
"... is, hi my opinion, no good reason why we should not empathise with our brother-farmers who have not been so fortunate. Nay, on the other hand, ..."

5. Icelandby Cathy Harlow by Cathy Harlow (2004)
"... it is so easy to empathise with how he felt. Banished for a killing, Gunnar was about to set sail when his horse stumbled. As he dismounted he turned ..."

6. Inclusive Education at Work: Students with Disabilities in Mainstream Schools by Oecd (1999)
"... helping children and adults without disabilities to empathise with these children and to increase their own understanding of the nature of disability. ..."

7. Regional Integration in the Asia Pacific: Issues And Prospects by Hawke Centre (2005)
"... and the need to enhance the ability of cross-cultural audiences to empathise with cultural performances depending on the spoken word, which may favour ..."

8. British Farmer's Magazine (1865)
"... is, hi my opinion, no good reason why we should not empathise with our brother-farmers who have not been so fortunate. Nay, on the other hand, ..."

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