Definition of Empathised

1. Verb. (past of empathise) ¹



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Definition of Empathised

1. empathise [v] - See also: empathise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Empathised

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

Literary usage of Empathised

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1. The Cambridge Medieval History by John Bagnell Bury, James Pounder Whitney (1913)
"She had always empathised, with the Monophysites; even before she had become impress she had willingly received them at the palace, and allowed Irm to draw ..."

2. Spirals of Suffering: Public Violence and Children by Brian Rock (1997)
"The loss of home and property is far more easily identifiable and empathised with than the loss of self-esteem, sense of personal worth and physical ..."

3. Raymond Mhlaba's Personal Memoirs: Reminiscing from Rwanda and Uganda by Raymond Mhlaba, Thembeka Mufamadi, Human Sciences Research Council, Robben Island Museum (2001)
"That was why he empathised with me. Colonel Prinsloo remained one of the nicest prison officials during our stay. A "poor white" was a person who had become ..."

4. The Friends of Rathlin Island by Stewart Dalby (2004)
"He had no greater crony than McGuinness who, at 58, was a little older than Brogan, but empathised easily with the younger man. ..."

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