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compassion
used in Fearless

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Definition
sympathy for another's suffering and wanting to help
  • "Always does," replied Heath, who slapped Adam's shoulder, then gave it a squeeze—meant to convey both strength and compassion.
    p. 257.4
  • In back-to-back interviews, Brian Bill, "Big Bird" to Adam's children, explained how Adam made him want to be a better person and was the model of the father he himself hoped to be one day, while Heath Robinson said Adam was both fearless and compassionate on operations.
    p. 2.8
  • As a Christian, one assumes great compassion.
    p. 175.0
  • Known for his compassion, Adam was always the first to do something like break open a light stick for a baby to play with or give a candy bar to a terrified child.
    p. 229.9
  • But," he added, "I remember his compassion, and how he didn't think about himself, ever."
    p. 296.6
  • Adam was the rarest and truest of warriors in that he combined fierce and unwavering resolve on the battlefield with deep and genuine compassion off of it.
    p. 297.5

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