She can peer in beneath the layers of people, and instead of using it compassionately, she uses it as a weapon.
“It is a stunning story, compassionately reimagined,” writes Ruth Padel in The Guardian.
She was looking at Lydia with her kind look, but, Lydia could also see, compassionately.
"I'm afraid it is, sir—in a way," he remarked, compassionately.
He has tried, compassionately tried, to keep his secret sorrow from discovery, and he has failed.
"You must make up your mind to find it pretty lonesome," he said, compassionately.
The World, in its gentlest mood of indulgence, will say compassionately, 'Poor man!
Lady Kelsey looked at her compassionately, but did not insist.
"It is just breaking Sara's heart that she can't," said Cecily compassionately.
Let us trace, compassionately if ironically, the mistakes of this sad woman.