1 But as long as she was where the wounded could see her, she was gentle, sympathetic and cheerful, and the men in the hospitals called her an angel of mercy.
2 The crowd made way in sympathetic silence for the Elsings' carriage, and after them followed the little wicker pony cart of the McLure girls.
3 Mrs. Meade was upstairs with Phil, waiting her husband's return, and Melanie sat in the parlor, talking in a low voice to a group of sympathetic neighbors.
4 He devoted himself to Fanny with such sympathetic deference she even smiled at him, and the meal went well.
5 Gerald, the negroes and Wade clung to Melanie now, because even in her weakness she was kind and sympathetic, and these days Scarlett was neither.
6 You forget that I have been keeping up with you through Miss Pittypat, and the dear soul tells all she knows to any sympathetic listener.
7 There was a sympathetic murmuring as she passed and several hands went out to pat her comfortingly.
8 Her contemporaries, the young wives, mothers and widows, loved her because she had suffered what they had suffered, had not become embittered and always lent them a sympathetic ear.
9 She returned a sympathetic enquiry, and gradually he was drawn on to talk of his latest purchases.
10 In Lily's set this conduct implied a sympathetic comprehension of her motives, and Mr. Gryce rose in her esteem as she saw the consideration he inspired.
11 In this mood of self-approval she had a sympathetic eye for others, and she was struck by her friend's air of dejection.
12 Only Guy looked sympathetic, and he stroked the pine table and said nothing.
13 He reads, and looks from Jonah to the bill; while all his sympathetic shipmates now crowd round Jonah, prepared to lay their hands upon him.
14 His voice was so sympathetic and he read so interestingly that I wished he had chosen one of my favourite chapters in the Book of Kings.
15 A sympathetic comparison of mental notes would have been a joy to him.