sym·pa·thize / ˈsimpəˌ[unvoicedth]īz/ • v. [intr.] 1. feel or express sympathy: it is easy to understand and sympathize with his predicament. 2. agree with a sentiment or opinion: they sympathize with critiques of traditional theory. DERIVATIVES: sym·pa·thiz·er n.
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