慈悲的, 富于同情心的, 照顾性的
adj.showing or having compassion
○ heard the soft and compassionate voices of women
he has virtually nothing of compassionate accent of Brooklyn
A ghastly twitch FOR a smile overwhelmed the compassionate ladies.
He would observe, in a compassionate tone, how singular it was that sparrows should have been made expressly for such purposes
The Headmaster's name was Mr. Ronald Broackes. He was a large rotund Man with a very jovial nature and a compassionate disposition.
We are now More courteous, More compassionate and More civic minded than ever before.
Methods of analysis and a couple of principles will never be enough to inspire compassionate play.
All save one, the youngest and only compassionate among them, whose burial-robe she had since made.
The compassionate judge gave the young offender a light sentence.
Infinitely compassionate and merciful
Of a merciful or compassionate nature.