Words nearby empathetic
OTHER WORDS FROM empatheticem·pa·thet·i·cal·ly, em·path·i·cal·ly, adverbnon·em·path·ic, adjectivenon·em·path·i·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for empathic
The writing is, at turns, poignant, lively, empathic, and full of wit.
I think there has to be an empathic strike between the reader and the protagonist.
But the desire to nurture is born from blinding selfishness and little or no empathic capacity.Convicted Baby-Snatcher Ann Pettway Was Blinded by Selfishness, Doctors Say|Lizzie Crocker|August 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That's right—Assange turns out to be an empathic and talented listener, at least when he's hosting a TV show.
It is an empathic style that earned Blume the devotion of Generation X just as those kids came of age and began craving a guide.
Had a virtually complete case of empathic paralysis when he came to us.Final Weapon|Everett B. Cole
Gadow's contrasting paradigms, empathic and philanthropic, are relevant to this understanding.
In the empathic paradigm, the subjectivity of the other is "assumed to be as whole and valid as that of the caregiver" (p. 68).
But he did feel the wave of emotion that welled from her, impinging directly on his empathic sense.Sense of Obligation|Henry Maxwell Dempsey (AKA Harry Harrison)
And the mountain in question, seen from one double its height, will suggest the empathic activity of spreading itself out.The Beautiful|Vernon Lee