pity

Pity vs Enjoin - What's the difference?

pity | enjoin |


As verbs the difference between pity and enjoin

is that pity is to feel pity for (someone or something) while enjoin is (transitive|chiefly|literary) to lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge.

As a noun pity

is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As an interjection pity

is short form of what a pity.

Pity vs Forbearance - What's the difference?

pity | forbearance | Synonyms |

Pity is a synonym of forbearance.


As nouns the difference between pity and forbearance

is that pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something while forbearance is patient self-control; restraint and tolerance under provocation.

As a verb pity

is to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity

is short form of what a pity.

Pity vs Sympathyfellow-suffering - What's the difference?

pity | sympathyfellow-suffering | Synonyms |

Pity is a synonym of sympathyfellow-suffering.

Concern vs Pity - What's the difference?

concern | pity | Related terms |

Concern is a related term of pity.


As nouns the difference between concern and pity

is that concern is that which affects one's welfare or happiness while pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As verbs the difference between concern and pity

is that concern is (label) to relate or belong to; to have reference to or connection with; to affect the interest of; to be of importance to while pity is to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity is

short form of what a pity.

Benevolence vs Pity - What's the difference?

benevolence | pity | Related terms |

Benevolence is a related term of pity.


As nouns the difference between benevolence and pity

is that benevolence is benevolence while pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As a verb pity is

to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity is

short form of what a pity.

Sensitivity vs Pity - What's the difference?

sensitivity | pity | Related terms |

Sensitivity is a related term of pity.


As nouns the difference between sensitivity and pity

is that sensitivity is the quality of being sensitive while pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As a verb pity is

to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity is

short form of what a pity.

Pity vs Peace - What's the difference?

pity | peace |


As nouns the difference between pity and peace

is that pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something while peace is a state of tranquility, quiet, and harmony; absence of violence for instance, a state free from civil disturbance.

As verbs the difference between pity and peace

is that pity is to feel pity for (someone or something) while peace is (neologism) to make peace; to put at peace; to be at peace.

As interjections the difference between pity and peace

is that pity is short form of what a pity while peace is (archaic) shut up!]], [[silence|silence!; be quiet, be silent.

Pity vs Penance - What's the difference?

pity | penance |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between pity and penance

is that pity is (obsolete) piety while penance is (obsolete) pain; sorrow; suffering.

As nouns the difference between pity and penance

is that pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something while penance is a voluntary self-imposed punishment for a sinful act or wrongdoing it may be intended to serve as reparation for the act.

As verbs the difference between pity and penance

is that pity is to feel pity for (someone or something) while penance is to impose penance; to punish.

As an interjection pity

is short form of what a pity.

Pity vs Concise - What's the difference?

pity | concise |


As a noun pity

is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something.

As a verb pity

is to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity

is short form of what a pity.

As an adjective concise is

brief, yet including all important information.

Pity vs Warmth - What's the difference?

pity | warmth | Related terms |

Pity is a related term of warmth.


As nouns the difference between pity and warmth

is that pity is (uncountable) a feeling of sympathy at the misfortune or suffering of someone or something while warmth is a moderate degree of heat; the sensation of being warm.

As a verb pity

is to feel pity for (someone or something).

As an interjection pity

is short form of what a pity.

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