VIDEO FOR EMPATHY
WATCH NOW: This Or That: Play Along With This Quiz Show On Commonly Confused Words
Today, we're quizzing people on camera in front of you all to see if they know the difference between these commonly confused words. Do you know the answers?
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Origin of empathy
synonym study for empathy
Words nearby empathy
Example sentences from the Web for empathy
I’ve done so many efforts focused on empathy and building bridges with people.KIND’s founder on joining the Facebook ad boycott: ‘It was not an easy decision’|Danielle Abril|July 2, 2020|Fortune
In these moments we need to display empathy and understanding.Why it can be hard to make friends with other bisexuals|Lewis Oakley|July 1, 2020|Gay Star News
Building relationships across racial lines is the first step to understanding, empathy and, ultimately, a sense of shared fate that will demand real change.How Far Are You Willing to Go for Racial Equality?|Daniel Malloy|June 28, 2020|Ozy
I’m not here to do anything other than tell you my experience, the emotions I’ve felt, and how I want to be treated, which is how I try to treat everyone in my life—with respect and empathy.Eliot Jackson on the Necessity of Speaking Out Now|Eliot Jackson|June 23, 2020|Outside Online
I’ve done it all within a corporate culture of empathy and emotional and social well-being.
British Dictionary definitions for empathy
Derived forms of empathyempathist, noun
Word Origin for empathy
Medical definitions for empathy
Other words from empathyem′pa•thet′ic (-thĕt′ĭk) null adj.
Cultural definitions for empathy
Identifying oneself completely with an object or person, sometimes even to the point of responding physically, as when, watching a baseball player swing at a pitch, one feels one's own muscles flex.