Which excerpt from ‘the prologue’ of the canterbury tales best indicates that the nun is a compassionate person?

Which excerpt from "the prologue" of the canterbury tales best indicates that the nun is a compassionate person? a. "her veil was gathered in a seemly way,/her nose was elegant b. "and well she sang a service, with a fine/ intoning through her nose c. "she used to weep if she saw a mouse /caught in a trap, if it were " d. but she could carry a morsel up and keep/ the smallest drop from falling

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In my opinion, the correct answer is C. "She used to weep if she saw a mouse /caught in a trap, if it were dead..." In other words, the nun is so compassionate and kind-hearted that she couldn't bear the sight of any living being harmed. The other options describe her physical looks, commitment to her job, and assiduousness.

that they just take and use up resources all the time

explanation :

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voracity is the noun corresponding to the adjective voracious, which means (1) eager to consume a great amount of food, or (2) marked by an insatiable appetite. veracity is far more common than the rare voracity, so the latter is sometimes used in place of the former.

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