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[pˈɪtɪ], [pˈɪtɪ], [p_ˈɪ_t_ɪ]

Synonyms for Pity:

pity (noun)

commiseration, compassion, humaneness, leniency, mercy, sympathy, tenderness.

pity (verb)

commiserate, condole, empathize, feel for, lament, relent, show compassion, sympathize, take pity on.

Other synonyms and related words:

'tis pity, 'tis too true, Alack, Almsgiving, Ruth, Sultan of Swat, a crying shame, abomination, acceptance, ache, active, adroit, affection, affectionate, affinity, afford consolation, agile, ah me, alack a day, alas, alas the day, arrogant, atrocity, awfully, bad luck, badly, be affected, be moved, be responsive, be sorry, be sorry for, be supportive, be sympathetic, be touched, beneficence, benevolence, benignity, bigheartedness, bleed, bleed for, bowels, bummer, care, catastrophe, cause for regret, chanty, charity, clemency, clementness, comfort, commiserate with, commiseration, compassionate, compassionateness, compunction, conceited, concern, condolatory, condole with, condolement, condolence, consideration, consolation, console, contritely, crime, crisis, crying shame, cute and pleasing, dejection, deplorable, deplore, desecration, dignified, dingily, disaster, disgrace, dismal, dismally, distress, distressingly, doleful, dolefully, dolorous, downcast, drably, drearily, dreary, easiness, easygoingness, empathise, empathize with, empathy, excite pity, express sympathy, express sympathy for, favor, favour, feel, feel bad, feel compassion for, feel concerned over, feel sorrow for, feel sorry for, feel with, feeling, fellow-feeling, forbearance, forbearing, forgive, forgiveness, funereal, gather, generosity, gentleness, give alms, give compensation, give quarter, give relieve, gloomily, gloomy, goodness, grace, graciousness, grant amnesty, grave, grief, grieve, grieve with, hang it, have pity, have compassion, have compassion for, have compassion on, have empathy with, have mercy on, have pity, heart, heigh-ho, helpless, humanitarianism, humanity, identify, identify with, ignominy, ill timed, indulgence, infamy, infer, interpret, kind-heartedness, kindheartedness, kindliness, kindness, lack a day, lackadaisy, lament for, lament with, lamentable, largeheartedness, laxness, lenience, lenientness, lenity, liberality, lively, love, lugubrious, magnanimity, melancholy, melt, melt the heart, merciful, mercifulness, mildness, mischance, miserabile dictu, miserable, misery, misfortune, mishap, mitigation, moderateness, mournful, murkily, naughtily, nimble, of compassion, paltry, pardon, pathetic, pathetically, pathos, patience, philanthropy, pitiable, pities, pitiful, pitifully, pitying, pityingly, poignancy, poor, poorly, profanation, put out of one's misery, quarter, raise pity, react, read, realise, realize, regret, regretful, regretfully, relief, remorse, remorsefully, reprieve, reproach, respond, respond to, rue, ruefully, sacrilege, sad, sad thing, sadly, sadness, scandal, see, self-pity, sensibility, sensitivity, sentiment, seriously, severely, shame, share one's sorrow, show forgiveness, show pity, show sympathy, sin, soft-heartedness, softheartedness, softness, solace, solicitousness, soothe, sorrow, sorrowful, sorry, soul, spare, strong, supply consolation, sympathetic, sympathise, sympathise with, sympathize with, take pity, tender-heartedness, terrible thing, testify pity, thoughtfulness, to commiserate, tolerance, too true, translate, understand, understanding, unfortunately, unhappily, unluckily, violation, warm-heartedness, warmheartedness, warmth, weep for, well a day, wellaway, what a pity, with, with evil intention, woe is me, wrongly, yearn, yearn for.

Rhymes for Pity:

  1. ditty, pretty, gritty, bitty, city, kitty, witty;
  2. committee;
  3. subcommittee, itty-bitty;

Quotes for Pity:

  1. Let no one underestimate the need of pity We live in a stony universe whose hard, brilliant forces rage fiercely. Theodore Dreiser.
  2. Pity You don't want to be pitied because you're a cripple in a wheelchair? Stay in your house! Jerry Lee Lewis.
  3. It is a great pity but tis certain from every day's observation of man, that he may be set on fire like a candle, at either end provided there is a sufficient wick standing out. Laurence Sterne.

Idioms of Pity:

  1. have pity on sm ( or an animal);
  2. take pity on sb;
  3. What a pity!