empathetic

[ UK /ˌɛmpɐθˈɛtɪk/ ]
[ US /ˌɛmpəˈθɛtɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. showing empathy or ready comprehension of others' states
    a sensitive and empathetic school counselor
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How To Use empathetic In A Sentence

  • Objectivism then proceeds to "elevate" the pupil to true malignant narcissism by demonizing "altruism" -- Rand's term of art for all the empathetic values -- and lionizing sadism. Marcella Mroczkowski: Danger! Empathy and Psychopathy as Competing Value Systems in Politics and Economics
  • The third character is Mr. Malik's observant, empathetic shamba boy helper, Benjamin. A Guide to the Birds of East Africa: Summary and book reviews of A Guide to the Birds of East Africa by Nicholas Drayson.
  • Chelsea season ticket holder and columnist Giles Smith is in empathetic mood this week, but still has some post-Anfield arguments to make.
  • He seems laid-back, non-judgmental and empathetic in his discussion of the people involved in the underground; his tales are often without clear villains.
  • If we set a goal in 2012 to internationalize education for all US students, future generations of Americans will be outward-looking, locally and globally engaged, multilingual, and empathetic. Ed Gragert: America's Educational Exceptionalism
  • It's my belief anyway that we should all be a little more empathetic and observant than we are about everything.
  • Would they have been more empathetic and less cut-throat? Times, Sunday Times
  • The result is an intelligent, empathetic, moving look at the power and limitations of the modern monarchy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Antoine's immaturity is laid bare, but in a surprisingly nuanced and empathetic manner.
  • He launched into a sensitive, empathetic account of Mekas's early life and his exile from Lithuania.
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