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arousing or deserving pity

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inspiring mixed contempt and pity

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I would not be surprised if Mali will be the next death at Manila's pitiful zoo.
Simon Danczuk, who despite becoming a pitiful figure after a public separation from a wife who forced her cleavage into a million selfies, denounced his then-leader Ed Miliband as a "f***ing knob".
Zeqirja Ibrahimi, one of the founders of the BESA Movement, commented the condition of BDI, stressing that they give pitiful excuses.
Nevertheless, they failed to shift the course of the war given the pitiful and absurd ideology behind their violent practices.
And after the Dons were denied a stonewall penalty in their 1-1 draw at Dundee last time out, Hayes raged: "It's another pitiful decision that has gone against us.
For one pitiful individual this was "The Perez Show" - the pitiful individual being pitiful Perez Hilton, himself.
The FDA recently released preliminary data from the studies indicating that Mentor only managed to keep track of 21% of the women in its study over 3 years--making Allergan's pitiful 60% follow-up rate over 2 years look good.
The Smiths), Call Me (Blondie), Just Like Heaven (The Cure), Rat Trap (Boomtown Rats) and many more, this pitiful playlist will ensure you have a bawl.
MARK Kennedy's voice sounded almost pitiful as it drifted across the media room at Cardiff City Stadium, saying: "I want to go to go to Newcastle United - I want to go to Newcastle United.
The answer a pitiful no, as man seeks out a new enemy for a battlefield to go.
IN REPLY to all the cat and animal moaners, what a pitiful meaningless life you all must lead if all you have to worry about is a cat crossing the garden.
Another year of pitiful initiatives, old Labour-style attacks on not only the rich but the middle classes and the poor, and another 52 weeks for those of us who can count up to five without a calculator to reflect on how truly dire are the public finance figures given to us by Brown and Darling.
1 : deserving or causing feelings of pity <a pitiful sight>
Given the extent of the problems unleashed by Labour's reckless policy of 24 hour drinking, this response is pitiful - and scarcely a drop in the ocean of the sustained action we need.
GROOVE ARMADA Lovebox Festivals and Fiestas (Lovebox Music Recordings) "WITH the pitiful British summer fading away into a stream of booze, bands and boogies, it's time for the annual spate of follow-up compilation albums.