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kəmˈpæʃ ə nɪt; -ˌneɪtcom·pas·sion·ate

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. compassionate(verb)

    showing or having compassion

    "heard the soft and compassionate voices of women"

  2. feel for, pity, compassionate, condole with, sympathize with(verb)

    share the suffering of

Wiktionary

  1. compassionate(Verb)

    To feel compassion for; to pity, feel sorry for.

    Etymology: A pseudo-Latin form of compassioné, past participle of compassionner.

  2. compassionate(Adjective)

    having, feeling of showing compassion; sympathetic

    Etymology: A pseudo-Latin form of compassioné, past participle of compassionner.

  3. compassionate(Adjective)

    given to someone because of a domestic emergency, especially in the phrase compassionate leave

    Etymology: A pseudo-Latin form of compassioné, past participle of compassionner.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Compassionate(adj)

    having a temper or disposition to pity; sympathetic; merciful

  2. Compassionate(adj)

    complaining; inviting pity; pitiable

  3. Compassionate(verb)

    to have compassion for; to pity; to commiserate; to sympathize with

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of compassionate in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of compassionate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of compassionate in a Sentence

  1. Staci Fox:

    The courts have been clear that the federal law prohibits states from excluding abortion providers from Medicaid, planned Parenthood's doors remain open and we will continue to provide high-quality, compassionate care to the women and men who rely on us.

  2. Patrick Cullinan:

    Partial DNRs( Do Not Resuscitate orders) are helpful in allowing families to feel empowered and have some input, those staunchly ‘ all ’ or ‘ nothing ’ don’t understand subtleties in providing the most compassionate and appropriate care. By placing an unwanted tube, you steal their last opportunity to talk to their family, to tell them ‘ I love you. ’.

  3. Amit Ray:

    One of the key algorithms of compassionate artificial intelligence is Mother-Infant Inter-brain Synchrony algorithm, which mimics the brain-to-brain synchrony of gaze, facial expressions, touch and heart rhythms of mother and child.

  4. Cecile Richards:

    Our top priority is the compassionate care that we provide. In the video, one of our staff members speaks in a way that does not reflect that compassion. This is unacceptable, and I personally apologize for the staff member's tone and statements, as always, if there is any aspect of our work that can be strengthened, we want to know about it, and we take swift action to address it.

  5. Letitia McMaster:

    Our father, Lieutenant Colonel Herbert R. McMaster( U.S. Army, retired), was a tough and compassionate soldier and public servant. He was committed to his neighbors, his fellow soldiers, his community and his country, the best way to honor his memory is for all of us to do all we can to prevent others from suffering at the hands of those who lack compassion and abandon even the most basic standards of human decency.

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