pitiably pitiably


  • (adv) in a manner arousing sympathy and compassion


  1. But as pitiably muggable as these people may appear, the latest science says they've got something on my judgmental self.
  2. But when the French-Canadian got up he grimaced pitiably, held out his right arm, showed toothmarks, swore that Lewis had bitten him.
  3. There are pitiably few zany antics in Minnie's Boys, a reflection of several basic errors in conception and construction that the musical never overcomes.


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