sympathise in a sentence

Example sentences for sympathise

And those who are favoured by history can deplore injustice and sympathise with suffering without the crutch of national pride.
The moral case, although easy to sympathise with, is a way of trying to have one's cake and eat it.
The central bank is unlikely to sympathise with such reasoning.
To sympathise with their cause is to risk being tarred with the same brush.
People are loyal to their neighbours, and sympathise with the little guy.
Nonetheless, almost everyone seems to sympathise with the insurgents' cause.

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