Adjective(1) experienced at secondhand(2) occurring in an abnormal part of the body instead of the usual site involved in that function(3) suffered or done by one person as a substitute for another
(1) Not to be outdone, television channels too have lined up romantic films for couch potato couples or for the majority who watch these movies to get a vicarious experience of falling in love.(2) A book like it provides a vicarious emotional experience that can be tremendously valuable in helping teens navigate the transition to psychologically mature, healthy, integrated adults.(3) A major problem with Wright is that, if he does hold to Christ's vicarious atonement, he believes Christ died for and will save all men.(4) If there's an experience you really want to have, then all you have to do convince the world they should support you in this expedition, and that your report will give them a vicarious experience worth having paid for.(5) Social feedback improved writing skills for both modeling and verbal description groups, but it was insufficient for students in the latter group to make up for the absence of vicarious experience.(6) It is striking that the basic teachings of the Church such as Trinity and vicarious atonement find no mention in the Bible.(7) Today, the topics of interaction tend to be vicarious experiences manufactured by and mediated through one of the major channels of pop culture, be it television, radio or print.(8) His wife realises they're onto a money spinner and people are soon queuing to experience vicarious fame.(9) Situated somewhere between written and spoken language, interviews combine the vicarious pleasures of eavesdropping with the virtuous pursuit of edification.(10) As well, tens of thousands of Australians personally involved with this national tragedy are experiencing vicarious trauma, and are bewildered by the continuing inhumane actions of our government.(11) Most Christians, although they may be suspicious of vicarious confession, do believe in vicarious atonement: the idea that someone's virtue or suffering can benefit someone else.(12) We found that treatment based on performance mastery produces higher, more generalized, and stronger efficacy expectations than treatment based on vicarious experience alone.(13) By identifying with the characters in the book, children enjoy vicarious experiences without having to run any risk.(14) But you can give your mates a good time they could not possibly have had before, and that gives you vicarious pleasure.(15) Jews, I had read and heard (including from many Jews), simply do not believe in vicarious atonement, whereas Christians obviously do.(16) Not much fun for him but a blast of nostalgia for people who used to live there and take a vicarious pleasure in virtual revisiting at a distance.
(1) vicarious liability :: ҷавобгарии vicarious
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9. empathic ::
Different Formsvicarious, vicariously, vicariousness
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