verb (used without object), sym·pa·thized, sym·pa·thiz·ing.
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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH sympathizeempathize, sympathize
Example sentences from the Web for sympathize
There are those who sympathize with immigrants but feel “we” have our own problems here, and those for whom the border should be an imaginary line.The Myth of the Latino Vote and What Newsrooms Must Learn From 2020|by Perla Trevizo|November 10, 2020|ProPublica
Anthropomorphic animals allow us to see something just human enough to sympathize with, while allowing us just enough of a remove to question everything about ourselves.
Melinda Liu on why Beijing needs to keep a lid on the demonstrations while also sympathizing with the patriotic zeal.
Second, disavowing a bigoted film and sympathizing with those who use it to justify violence are not the same thing.Romney Response to Egypt Embassy Attack Makes It Easy for Obama|Peter Beinart|September 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The foreman, instead of sympathizing with him, joined in the laugh.
All the girls, and many of the boys, gathered around him, sympathizing with his triumph and complimenting him upon his abilities.Ishmael|Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
"I don't think I should like to be a stone-mason," he said, in a sympathizing tone.Berties Home|Madeline Leslie
He was deeply interested in Hope, and eyed her in a most sympathizing manner.Daisy|Miranda Eliot Swan
That power of sympathizing with nature which we are apt to regard as the peculiar gift of the poet was then shared alike by all.