And here we venture to say that we sympathise with the joy of the British on this occasion, and shall explain why we do so.
You know it is a capital crime, to mourn for, or sympathise with, a victim of the Guillotine.
Rousseau's letter to d'Alembert contains the genuine criticism of the theatre, with which no born dramatist can sympathise.
But I haven't forgotten how it felt to be hard up, and I sympathise with those who are.
I sympathise somewhat with the teachers in not speaking altogether freely in cases like these.
They reminded her of sorrows in which I have since painfully learned to sympathise.
I sympathise with your disappointment; but, believe me, Lettice should never have any reason to regret her choice.
He felt that now, at last, he knew his mother and could sympathise with her and love her.
Believe me, I understand and sympathise with your hesitations.
Here were none to sympathise, none to summon him to new relations or recall the old.