Sentence for pathos | Use pathos in a sentence

Sentence using the word pathos. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use pathos in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for pathos.

  • His pathos was most comical. (10)
  • The key of it is the pathos. (10)
  • Her pathos ways ready and scarcely controllable. (10)
  • She touched him sympathetically through the pathos. (10)
  • All our critics agree in stipulating for the pathos. (10)
  • Weak souls are much moved by having the pathos on their side. (10)
  • His intuitive sagacity counselled him to strive for pathos to move her. (10)
  • He wondered if possibly she could feel the secondary pathos of it as he did. (9)
  • But he never once put on a sorrowful air to press for pathos, and I thanked him. (10)
  • The whole story of the capture of Quebec is full of romantic splendor and pathos. (9)
  • The effect on him of his recent exercise in pathos was to compose him to slumber. (10)
  • He guessed that she did know: and by this was he presently helped to achieve pathos. (10)
  • The fact had its pathos and its poetry which no one could have felt more keenly than he. (9)
  • She fancied a bewilderment in its hopelessness which smote her with still sharper pathos. (9)
  • The elements of pathos do not permit of their being dispensed from a stout smoking bowl. (10)
  • The sight moved him with a kind of pathos, but he felt the result hindering and vexatious. (9)
  • He might not have minded the severity or the beauty, but the pathos was more than he could stand. (9)
  • What he was sure of at all times now was that he wished to know the secret of that patient pathos of hers. (9)
  • A heroine in a hack post-chaise is such a blow upon sentiment, as no attempt at grandeur or pathos can withstand. (4)
  • Humorous writing they will endure, perhaps approve, if it mingles with pathos to shake and elevate the feelings. (10)
  • A youth was following her along the path, some ravening youth, whose ungoverned breathing had a kind of pathos in it. (8)
  • Why should they be more to us than the floors and walls of the houses we move in and move out of with no particular pathos? (9)
  • His patience with their narrowing circumstances had a pathos which she felt the more the more she came into charge of their joint life. (9)
  • She knew what it came from, and she said to herself that they deserved it; but this did not altogether fortify her against their pathos. (9)
  • I shall always associate their pathos with this hot summer weather, and I shall think of them whenever the thermometer registers eighty-nine. (9)
  • A corresponding sentiment of patient compassion, akin to scorn, is provoked by persons having the opportunity for pathos, and declining to use it. (10)
  • But Lord Brailstone sat behind her, and their exchange of ecstasies upon the tattered pathos of E il mio tradito amor, was not moderately offensive. (10)
  • The pathos appears false and strained; the humor largely horseplay; the character theatrical; the joviality pumped; the psychology commonplace; the sociology alone funny. (9)
  • Her present mood was a craving for excitement; for incident, wild action, the primitive machinery of our species; any amount of theatrical heroics, pathos, and clown-gabble. (10)

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