Sympathy and fellowship existing between people based on shared experiences or feelings: a common culture could help unite the classes and promote fellow feeling he had a shy manner which evoked a fellow feeling in me
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- When we see a child or a young person in tears it has an effect upon us: we have a sense of fellow feeling and sympathy.
- But although Jenkins is a satirist with strenuous moral standards he also looks at poor, suffering, inadequate humanity with fellow feeling and compassion, not with hatred or disgust.
- One may take place in a rural area and the other in an urban one, but they meet on the common ground of personal travail, self-denial, mutual compromise, and fellow feeling.
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