Definition of 'commiserate'
Example sentences containing 'commiserate'
Mrs Keane came rarely to the pub, but it was in the nature of murders that they drew the survivors out to commiserate and speculate.DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN (2003)
He had tried to commiserate, assuring her she wasn't alone or useless or hateful or shallow or selfish.RIOT (2003)
Luckily with condolences it wasn't necessary to go into detail -- all she need do was commiserate on the tragic accident.PROSPECT HILL (2003)
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