English version

fellow feeling

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfellow feelingˌfellow ˈfeeling noun [uncountable] literary 🔊 🔊 SYMPATHIZEa feeling of sympathy and friendship towards someone because they are like you 🔊 As an only child myself, I had a fellow feeling for Laura.
Examples from the Corpus
fellow feelingHe had a shy manner which evoked a fellow feeling in me.She also left the book undisturbed but felt, as soon as she saw the title, a further fellow feeling with S. Kettering.
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