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empathy

em' pe-the
inderstanding of or identification with another person's feelings

when she lost her first child her father's empathy for her made coping the loss easier.
pedigree

ped' i-gre'
ancestry; certificate of ancestry

pedigree of Redwood(the horse)includes many great race horses.
auspicious

o-spish'es
favorable;promising success

the warm weather of this fall may be auspicious sign of mild winter.
pathetic

pe- thet' ik
pitiful; arousing pity

my friends don't watch,the fear factor becaouse they say it is pathetic to watch.
pathology


pa-thol' e-je
the study of disease

they called pathology expert to determine how the person died.
impede

im-ped'
to hinder to block

his shyness impedes him talking the girl he loves
conspicuous

ken-spik' yoo-es
east to notice; attracting attention

the advertasment industry is seeking ever more conspicuous ways and places to do or put thier ADS.
anarchy

an' er-ke
political confusion; disorder;lack of government

with out any local and central government the country was in state of anarchy.
anonymous

e-non' e mes
not revealing one's name;of un known identity

the witness who testified the murder case was anonymous becouse the police reported he or she is worrying about his or her security.
introspection


in' tre-spek'shen
self- examination of one's thoughts and feeling

introspection is some times important before most of life's decisions.
expedite

ek' spi-dit'
to speed up;to accomplish quickly

he was trying to expedite the graduation time by taking so many credit per semster