Norah's influence had been exerted to rouse her sister; and Norah's patient sympathy
had set the prisoned grief free.
This dependence, and the necessity of being bound himself, and his posterity, by the laws to which he gives his assent, are the true, and they are the strong chords of sympathy
between the representative and the constituent.
Duty, gratitude, interest, ambition itself, are the chords by which they will be bound to fidelity and sympathy
with the great mass of the people.
When man has realised Individualism, he will also realise sympathy
and exercise it freely and spontaneously.
I saw no vulgar curiosity in his flattering gaze, but rather that very sympathy
of which I stood in need.
Poor thing, you must have had a rotten time," she murmured, and by way of showing her sympathy
put her hand on his shoulder.
In these letters is to be detected, and in each one more than the last, a growing feeling of friendship and sympathy
Pierre saw that Prince Andrew was going to speak of Natasha, and his broad face expressed pity and sympathy
Simply to explain to you, as I have just explained to your Chief, that while we possess every sympathy
with, and desire to give every latitude in the world to the military point of view, there are just one or two very small matters in which we must claim to have a voice.
Under very trying circumstances, you have treated me with the tenderness and the sympathy
which you might have shown to an old friend.
Comrades of the thunder and companions of death, I cannot but regard it as singularly fortunate that we who by conviction and sympathy
are designated by nature as the champions of that fairest of her products, the white metal, should also, by a happy chance, be engaged mostly in the business of mining it.
It was hard for the active fellows, right in the midst of their vacation; and nobody blamed them when they contented themselves with brief calls, running of errands, and warm expressions of sympathy
And, ere I begin, I must ask the reader to walk with me in all sympathy
; and, since sympathy
is merely understanding, begin by understanding me and whom and what I write about.
Sir Patrick assumed, if anything, less sympathy
on this occasion than he really felt.
To this experience, also, may evidently be traced no small part of the intense sympathy
with the oppressed poor, especially with helpless children, which is so prominent in his novels.