compassionable

Related to compassionable: compassionate

compassionable

(kəmˈpæʃənəbəl)
adj
1. archaic exciting or deserving pity
2. obsolete full of pity or compassion
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It was even formally expressed in the official Palestinian People's Appeal on the 50th anniversary of the nakba published in May 1998, which stated that "while we extend a compassionable recognition of the unspeakable Jewish suffering during the horror of the holocaust [sic], we find it unconscionable that the suffering of our people be denied or even rationalized.
In the Womans Story, I have done all the Right that Honestly I could to the Compassionable Condition of an Unhappy Wretch, but without Extenuating the Horror of the Wickedness.