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  1. Pity definition is - sympathetic sorrow for one suffering, distressed, or unhappy. How to use pity in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of pity.
  2. Pity definition, sympathetic or kindly sorrow evoked by the suffering, distress, or misfortune of another, often leading one to give relief or aid or to show mercy: to feel pity for a starving child. See more.
  3. alms - Goes back to Greek eleemosune, "compassion, pity," and eleos, "mercy." bemoan, lament - Bemoaning is motivated when pity or grief is over an event that is joined to a consequence, whereas lamenting is motivated when the grief is over the event itself.
  4. a feeling of sadness or sympathy for someone else's unhappiness or difficult situation: The girl stood gazing in/with pity at the old lion in the cage. She agreed to go out with him more out of pity than anything. These people don't want pity.
  5. A disturbing and oftentimes very funny satire-drama, Pity is about that complex, primal human craving called empathy and the distance we're willing to go to summon it. June 28, | Full Review 74%.
  6. Some common synonyms of pity are commiseration, compassion, condolence, and sympathy. While all these words mean "the act or capacity for sharing the painful feelings of another," pity implies tender or sometimes slightly contemptuous sorrow for one in misery or distress. felt pity for the captives.
  7. It's a pity you ain't got some one to shut down on you that way. "It is a pity some of his friends were not here," said the captain of the ship that had rescued him. It has been said that unsettled questions have no pity for the repose of nations. This we too well know you can, and have done—more is the shame and the pity!
  8. Adj. 1. pithy - concise and full of meaning; "welcomed her pithy comments"; "the peculiarly sardonic and sententious style in which Don Luis composed his epigrams"- Hervey Allen.

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