With commendable modesty, or possibly a fellow feeling, this worthy has omitted shark.
I have such a fellow feeling for her, for I always detest grammar.
"A fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind," and Jack's own experiences made her appreciate the situation.
With a fellow feeling for the dogs, he encouraged rather than drove them.
I've a sort of fellow feeling for him, you see, for I am an ugly, old vagabond too.'
Maybe it is from having so often suffered, that I have a sort of fellow feeling.
It was the fellow feeling of the midwife for the poor mother that saved Moses.
"Then you ought to have a fellow feeling for me," said Olive.
He had a fellow feeling for a thief, knowing he was a thief himself.
The pressure of her hands, the quiver of her lips, were the most eloquent signs of fellow feeling.