sympathy between, sympathy for, sympathy with
Sympathy with indicates being in favour of something, or supporting a cause, a proposal, etc.
- As dog owners, the Hendersons were in sympathy with the aims of the Humane Society.
Sympathy for suggests feeling sorry for someone.
- Kerry felt great sympathy for her brother who had lost the 400-metre race by one tenth of a second.
Sympathy between refers to an agreement in feeling.
- There exists a strong sympathy between people who have experienced similar hardships.
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