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What's up with "antipathy," "apathy," "empathy," and "sympathy"?

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Hello, Anon.

It’s actually the “-pathy" words. ("Patheia" is Greek for feeling or suffering.)

Because there are numerous words that include the “-pathy" root, I’ll just go over the most common ones:

1. Antipathy: deep-seated hatred of something or someone:

Jim’s antipathy

coffee-tea-and-sympathy:

so pretty…

coffee-tea-and-sympathy:

so pretty…

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lo-giene:

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lo-giene:

for those days when you just want to take a nice hot bath and set a dick on fire

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more ash stymest here x

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