1 Then in compassion it withdrew, covering its face, as if it forebore to look on human suffering.
2 He cried out that the very dog knew he was failing, and had no compassion on him.
3 It was in vain for Bounderby to bluster or to assert himself in any of his explosive ways; Mrs. Sparsit was resolved to have compassion on him, as a Victim.
4 All that was beautiful and graceful in the martial array had disappeared, and what was now visible was only calculated to awake terror or compassion.
5 Higg was about to be thrust out by the compassion of the warders, who were apprehensive lest his clamorous grief should draw upon them reprehension, and upon himself punishment.
6 Not even the prospect of reward, far less any feelings of compassion alone, could surmount this apprehension.
7 I will seek him out," said Isaac, "for he is a good youth, and hath compassion for the exile of Jacob.
8 Connie felt a sudden, strange leap of sympathy for him, a leap mingled with compassion, and tinged with repulsion, amounting almost to love.
9 In all her burning dismay, she could not help putting her hand, with tenderness and compassion, on the defenceless nape of his neck, and he trembled, with a deep shudder.
10 He roused in the woman a wild sort of compassion and yearning, and a wild, craving physical desire.
11 And there was something so mute and forlorn in her, compassion flamed in his bowels for her.
12 And he went in to her softly, feeling the stream of tenderness flowing in release from his bowels to hers, the bowels of compassion kindled between them.
13 And he himself loathed the mention of bowels of compassion.
14 All this became gradually evident, and gradually placed Susan before her sister as an object of mingled compassion and respect.
15 Oliver could see that he had some power over the girl's better feelings, and, for an instant, thought of appealing to her compassion for his helpless state.