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pitier

[ pit-ee-er ]
/ ˈpɪt i ər /
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noun
a person who pities.
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Origin of pitier

First recorded in 1595–1605; pity + -er1
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How to use pitier in a sentence

  • Pitier of the orphan, God of the widow, cause us to share Thy pity and become Thy messengers of tenderness in our small measure.

    The Meaning of Faith|Harry Emerson Fosdick
  • A pitier and sympathizer may be very distant, and his aid may reach us over the abysses.

    The Bible and Life|Edwin Holt Hughes
  • The "self-pitier," the "self-indulgent," the "fearful" also had better stay at home.

    The Lake of the Sky|George Wharton James
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