sympathize

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Synonyms for sympathize

feel for

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agree

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Synonyms for sympathize

to experience or express compassion

to understand or be sensitive to another's feelings or ideas

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to associate or affiliate oneself closely with a person or group

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share the feelings of

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be understanding of

to feel or express sympathy or compassion

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A number of heads of states and foreign ambassadors have sympathized with the affected people and offered condolences to the Iranian officials.
At the very outset of the proceedings, the Chairman Senate sympathized with the family of the deceased, saying the House would miss the late Senator for long.
In a condolence message, the Chief Minister sympathized with the bereaved family and said that JusticeA(r) Bhagwan Das rendered invaluable services for independence of judiciary and provision of justice.
The poll found that among those in the age group of 65 and over, sympathized with Israel ran 54 percent to 8 percent for the Palestinians, the report added.
Bolani, who is hoping to keep his job when Prime Minister designate Nuri al-Maliki names his cabinet in the coming days, said his country had been on the "frontline" in the battle against terrorism for several years, and that the Iraqi people sympathized with Iran.
Bolani, who is hoping to keep his job when Prime Minister-designate Nouri Al-Maliki names his cabinet in the coming days, said his country had been on the "frontline" in the battle against terrorism for several years, and that the Iraqi people sympathized with Iran.
Washington/PNN- A poll conducted today shows that 75 percent of Americans oppose the building of Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, more than 23 percent higher than those who answered the same question in 2002.It also states that one third of Americans sympathized with Israel, whereas 12% appeared more sympathetic towards the Palestinians; however the number of sympathizers with both parties was 51%, a 10% increase from 2002.
Sleiman told Allawi that Lebanon sympathized with the suffering of the Iraqi people, and hoped that stability would soon be restored in his country.
Apparently she sympathized with the plight of the couple trying to get pregnant.
In 1998, however, many who normally sympathized with the press watched horrified as the media, including respected journalists, got caught up in the mania surrounding Bill Clintons impeachment--some parroting prosecutor Ken Starr's line, others predicting or calling for the president's resignation, yet others fanning the story with excessive treatment.
Accompanying Mobbs to Baghdad, reported the Guardian, will be Afghan expatriate Zalmay Khalilzad, who "once sympathized with the Taliban but later changed tack." As "special envoy" to the Iraqi opposition, Khalilzad's "main task is to organize a conference of 250 prominent Iraqis, the equivalent of the loya jirga [post-Taliban high council] in Afghanistan."
While the Tax Court sympathized with the taxpayer, it stated that those types of problems are not covered by Sec.
Unlike some of them, Bishop Camara sympathized with the openness and freedom created by the Council and was unwilling to attack the supporters of "liberation theology."
When the counselors just listened and sympathized, the children reduced their crying by 37 percent by the study's end.