We entirely sympathize with
Professor Mathen's views, but till the Board sees fit to further regulate the Southern areas in which scientific experiments may be conducted, we shall always be exposed to the risk which our correspondent describes.
But I found it hard to sympathize with
the course which she had pursued, in permitting Mr.
I can sympathize with
everything except suffering," said Lord Henry, shrugging his shoulders.
His pleasure in music, though it amounted not to that ecstatic delight which alone could sympathize with
her own, was estimable when contrasted against the horrible insensibility of the others; and she was reasonable enough to allow that a man of five and thirty might well have outlived all acuteness of feeling and every exquisite power of enjoyment.
I desire the company of a man who could sympathize with
me, whose eyes would reply to mine.
And it depressed me to think that so sweet a child as Eva Denison should have spoken harshly of so good a man as her step-father, simply because he had breadth enough to sympathize with
a coarse old salt like Captain Harris.
I wish you had," sighed Anne, "because then you'd be able to sympathize with
We tried to sympathize with
her but she would not be sympathized with.
This giving is flat usurpation, and therefore when the beneficiary is ungrateful, as all beneficiaries hate all Timons, not at all considering the value of the gift but looking back to the greater store it was taken from,--I rather sympathize with
the beneficiary than with the anger of my lord Timon.
My dear friends, I came in to tell you how deeply we sympathize with
The Ancient Mariner would shake his head sadly; and Daughtry, who likewise was hurt by the infliction of hurt on unoffending animals, would sympathize with
him and fetch him unbidden another of the expensive three-for-a-dollar cigars so that his feelings might be soothed.
George was heartily disposed to sympathize with
any one who had escaped from Legree's plantation,--a place that he could not remember or speak of with patience,--and, with the courageous disregard of consequences which is characteristic of his age and state, he assured her that he would do all in his power to protect and bring them through.