pitier

pitier

(ˈpɪtɪə)
n
someone who pities others or another person

pit•i•er

(ˈpɪt i ər)

n.
a person who pities.
[1595–1605]
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Supreme Court recognized this right in the famous case of Pitier v.
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Responding to the idea that an adult who enjoys fairy tales is to be "scorned and pitied for arrested development," Lewis argues that it is the scorners and pitiers who are arrested: