The pitiable last photo of the naked megastar projected into the courtroom as Rogers testified is unforgettable.
All around us, pundits spend their time bemoaning the pitiable state of men.
Amy is, at most, a pitiable woman trapped in a marriage that she has no idea how to fix.
Eerie orange cones captured in an aerial photograph will show each precise spot where a part of this pitiable child came to rest.
Then her condition will be just as pitiable as that of Europe.
The thing seemed to me altogether so pitiable—and yet—and yet, I had sworn.
pitiable, but not half so pitiable as the death of a human soul by sin.
It was pitiable to see in it the stirrings of warmth that would be quenched for ever.
Their infatuation had therefore its pitiable as well as its outrageous aspect.
A pitiable description is given of the lodging he then occupied.
mid-15c., "merciful, compassionate," from Old French piteable "compassionate, merciful, pious" (13c.; Modern French pitoyable), from piteer "to pity" (see pity). Meaning "deserving pity" is recorded from late 15c. Related: Pitiably.