English words and Examples of Usage

use "pity" in a sentence

Maybe there's a sliver of pity -- mixed in with pure glee, of course.

Crawford apologized to the court saying he didn't want a "pity party."

Special moments in special times Then again, it would be a pity.

One of the guards took pity on us and sent out for roast chicken with rice.

But, he adds, he didn’t survive to feel self-pity, but to make the most of life.

The only pity is that the measure, known as Section 215, won’t simply stay dead.

Then, another woman took pity on the homeless drug addict and invited him to stay.

It is a great pity since I have gained so many creative nutrients from it,” she adds.

It would be a pity if both Tufton and Williams decide they will continue being senators.

Too prideful for pity, and too prideful to sound like "one of those kids from the ghetto."

Some have met me with warm pity, which doesn’t dry my pillow full of tears at night.

Her default position toward me, as an African, was a kind of patronizing, well-meaning pity.

The activists running the house took pity on her and offered her a room on the ground floor.

Leslie began the series a powerless civil servant who was an object of derision and/or pity.

However the people making these comments are not trying to pity you but rather offer empathy.

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