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compassion
used in Gone with the Wind

3 uses
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Definition sympathy for another's suffering and wanting to help
  • The man at her feet looked up at Scarlett compassionately.
    3.21 (79% in)
  • It had always been so soothing to Scarlett to hear her mother whisper, firmly but compassionately, as she tiptoed down the hall: "Hush, not so loudly.
    1.3 (8% in)
  • In her exhaustion, there was no room for compassion for the frightened child, trotting by Prissy's side, dragging at her hand and sniffling—only a weariness that she had borne him, only a tired wonder that she had ever married Charles Hamilton.
    3.24 (38% in)

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