And after all, fellow-feeling was bigger than principalities and powers!
Society is held together by the natural decency in man, by fellow-feeling.
If ever there was a nation which ought to have a fellow-feeling with subject races it is the inhabitants of England.
It was a fellow-feeling with all the pangs and sorrows of the race.
“I have a fellow-feeling for that little girl,” smiled Mr. Westwood.
I have suffered from some of these caterans from the north, so I have a fellow-feeling with you, I can tell you.
One might have asked of her the kindness of a fellow-feeling.
"I should be sorry to lay down so narrow a limit to fellow-feeling," said Upton.
He has a fellow-feeling of the mournful and the joyful in the fate of all human beings.
Besides that, I have been a fool in my time, and a fellow-feeling makes us kind.
1610s, an attempt to translate Latin compassio and Greek sympatheia. It yielded a back-formed verb, fellow-feel in 17c.