understanding, commiseration, compassion; see pity 1.
An expression of sympathy, sense 1
condolence, consolation, solace, comfort, cheer, encouragement, reassurance; see also aid.
unity, harmony, concord, alliance, close relation, accord, agreement. See syn. study at pity.pity.
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A very close understanding between persons:
Sympathetic, sad concern for someone in misfortune:
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