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Synonyms for sympathetic

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cognizant of and comprehending the needs, feelings, problems, and views of others

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of or relating to the sympathetic nervous system

expressing or feeling or resulting from sympathy or compassion or friendly fellow feelings

showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity

(of characters in literature or drama) evoking empathic or sympathetic feelings

having similar disposition and tastes

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relating to vibrations that occur as a result of vibrations in a nearby body

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In the Sentimental Comedy the elements of mirth and romance which are the legitimate bases of comedy were largely subordinated to exaggerated pathos, and in the domestic melodrama the experiences of insignificant persons of the middle class were presented for sympathetic consideration in the same falsetto fashion.
His voice suggested sympathetic reproof but at the same time indicated that a few harrowing details would not be unacceptable.
It is indeed," replied the girl, with a gravity that sounded sympathetic.
David Blythe had sent his horse and buggy to meet them, and the urchin who had brought it slipped away with a sympathetic grin, leaving them to the delight of driving alone to their new home through the radiant evening.
Foretel me that some tender maid, whose grandmother is yet unborn, hereafter, when, under the fictitious name of Sophia, she reads the real worth which once existed in my Charlotte, shall from her sympathetic breast send forth the heaving sigh.
Efferent sympathetics come from T-1 to T-4 to the stellate and middle cervical sympathetic ganglion, the post-ganglionic fibers innervate the heart via the cardiac nerves.
The hypothesis is sandalwood oil causes a decrease in sympathetic tone as accessed with patients by the Heart Rate Variation (HRV), blood pressure (systolic, diastolic, and pulse pressure) and pulse rate.
Anbar explained, "When people get 'nervous' their sympathetics 'act up' and they blush (vasodilate) or become pale (vasoconstrict).
Anbar demonstrated the possibilities of using DAT to assess changes in skin perfusion as well as sympathetic neurological effects on hemodynamics.