Empathy - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈempəθi|  American pronunciation of the word empathy
Brit.  |ˈɛmpəθi|  British pronunciation of the word empathy


- understanding and entering into another's feelings


He felt great empathy with the poor.

His months spent researching prison life gave him greater empathy towards convicts.

She had great empathy with people.

Poetic empathy understandably seeks a strategy of identification with victims ...

This is tough love with a vengeance, but what a gruesome view of God's saints bereft of all empathy.

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