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Definitions regarding Pathetic Photos
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A photograph (often shortened to photo) is an image (or
a representation of that on e.g. paper) created by
collecting and focusing reflected rays electromagnetic
radiation. The most common photographs are those created
of reflected visible wavelengths, producing permanent
records of what the human eye can see.
Most photographs are made with a camera, which focuses
the light onto either photographic film or a CCD or CMOS
image sensor. Photographs can also be made by placing
objects on photosensitive paper and exposing it to light
(the result is often called a photogram) or by placing
objects on the platen of a flatbed scanner.
Reference.com on PATHETIC
Synonyms: pathetic, pitiful, pitiable, piteous,
These adjectives describe what inspires or deserves
pity. Something pathetic elicits sympathetic sadness and
compassion: “a most earnest... entreaty, addressed to
you in the most pathetic tones of the voice so dear to
you” (Charles Dickens). Both pitiful and pitiable apply
to what is touchingly sad: “She told a most pitiful
story” (Samuel Butler). “The emperor had been in a state
of pitiable vacillation” (William Hickling Prescott).
Sometimes these three terms connote contemptuous pity,
as for what is hopelessly inept or inadequate: a school
with pathetic academic standards. “To be guided by
second-hand conjecture is pitiful” (Jane Austen). “That
cold accretion called the world, which, so terrible in
the mass, is so unformidable, even pitiable, in its
units” (Thomas Hardy). Piteous applies to what cries out
for pity: “They... made piteous lamentation to us to
save them” (Daniel Defoe). Lamentable suggests the
evocation of pity mixed with sorrow: “Tell thou the
lamentable tale of me,/And send the hearers weeping to
their beds” (Shakespeare).
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