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Spell check of pathetic

Correct spelling: pathetic

piteous, comical, depressing, laughable, goofy, nonsensical, ugly, contemptible, poor, dizzy, inadequate, absurd, dismal, base, sorry, heart-rending, sad, mournful, miserable, silly, derisive, paltry, woeful, dreary, zany, wacky, unworthy, empty-headed, feeble, scummy, cockeyed, heartrending, hapless, undignified, lightheaded, melancholy, pitiable, misfortunate, lamentable, slimy, pity, idiotic, ludicrous, airheaded, suffering, whacky, unfortunate, execrable, punch-drunk, wretched, abject, sorrowful, vile, despicable, rueful, featherbrained, touching, ruthful, low-down, sappy, distressing, forlorn, scurvy, derisory, preposterous, deplorable, pitiful, slaphappy, ridiculous, measly, teary, affecting, moving, drear, woful, tear-jerking, risible, cockamamie, giddy, light-headed, low, farcical, tearful, cockamamy, saddening, heartbreaking, worthless, short.

estimable, happy, exalted, exhilarating, realistic, creditable, dignified, sublime, earnest, presentable, reasonable, decent, respectable, believable, inspiring, notable, noble, credible, outstanding, sensible, august, glad, helpful, excellent, pleasing, noticeable, delightful, commendable, praiseworthy, glorious, meritorious, beneficent, pleasurable, agreeable, fortunate, heartening, perfect, worthy, unimpressive, welcome, enjoyable, cheering, commanding, flawless, stirring, mighty, rational, superb, laudable, uninspiring, stimulating, admirable, pleasant, reputable, cheery, lofty, heartwarming, great, grand, honorable, superior, serious, noteworthy, honest, logical, thrilling, straight, satisfying, solemn, conceivable, uplifting, redoubtable.

Examples of usage:

1) That is the secret of the pathetic story of modern France. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) Peace to the pathetic dust! - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) In conclusion, he repeated the testimony of the witness and drew a brief but pathetic picture of her melancholly condition. - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.