sympathize with (v.) Old form(s): simpathiz'd
resemble, be like, have an affinity with
1H4 V.i.7[King Henry to Prince Hal, of bad weather] with the losers let it sympathize
H5 III.vii.143[Constable to Orleans, of the English] the men do sympathize with the mastiffs in robustious and rough coming on
Luc.1113[] True sorrow then is feelingly sufficed / When with like semblance it is sympathized
TC I.iii.52[Nestor to Agamemnon] the thing of courage, / As roused with rage, with rage doth sympathize
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