She eyed Mr. Magee pityingly, and they stood until Mr. Max caught up with them.
"I wish you could tell me what is the matter," he said pityingly and quietly.
Still, Arnold never forgave the stab that was then so deservingly yet so pityingly dealt him.
“Ah, he feeleth the lack of my mistress his wife, I reckon,” said Marian pityingly.
"Poor Earle," she said pityingly; but the pity was more than he could bear.
"No; you miss many pleasures," remarked the cab-horse, pityingly.
"Sweet Margery Conway is not strong," he thought, pityingly.
She ran to him, pityingly stroked the scar, looked down at him with filmy eyes.
Glover looked down at her seriously, pityingly, cursing himself that he was the exponent of his own grotesque scheme.
I sighed to myself, and I looked at him pityingly, while he glanced at me.