pitiably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a manner arousing sympathy and compassion
- But as pitiably muggable as these people may appear, the latest science says they've got something on my judgmental self.
- During the three-month trial, as her precious privacy and guarded respectability were stripped away, the pitiably proud former headmistress of Virginia's Madeira School for girls .
- But it was excruciating to watch CNN, where legal analyst Roger Cossack stalled pitiably for time as anchors Bernard Shaw and Judy Woodruff pressed him to draw a conclusion, while .