unsympathizability love



from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The quality or state of being unsympathizable.


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  • In Mr. Shandy's character, -- the essence of which is a craving for sympathy in exact proportion to the oddity and unsympathizability of what he proposes; -- this coupled with an instinctive desire to be at least disputed with, or rather both in one, to dispute and yet to agree -- and holding as worst of all -- to acquiesce without either resistance or sympathy.

    Literary Remains, Volume 1 Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1803


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