verb (used without object), sympathized, sympathizing.
to be in sympathy or agreement of feeling; share in a feeling (often followed by with).
to feel a compassionate sympathy, as for suffering or trouble (often followed by with).
to express sympathy or condole (often followed by with).
to be in approving accord, as with a person or cause:
to sympathize with a person’s aims.
to agree, correspond, or accord.
verb (intransitive) often foll by with
to feel or express compassion or sympathy (for); commiserate: he sympathized with my troubles
to share or understand the sentiments or ideas (of); be in sympathy (with)
syncheilia syn·chei·li·a or syn·chi·li·a (sĭn-kī’lē-ə) n. Congenital adhesion of the lips.
syncheiria syn·chei·ri·a or syn·chi·ri·a (sĭn-kī’rē-ə) n. A form of dyscheiria in which a stimulus applied to one side of the body is referred to both sides.
noun, (used esp. in the phrases in sync and out of sync) 1. synchronization: The picture and the soundtrack were out of sync. 2. harmony or harmonious relationship: Management wants to be in sync with the client’s wishes. verb (used with or without object) 3. to synchronize; harmonize. verb 1. an informal word for synchronize […]
- Synchondrodial joint
synchondrodial joint syn·chon·dro·di·al joint (sĭng’kŏn-drō’dē-əl, sĭn’-) n. See synchondrosis.