Definition of 'condolences'
Example sentences containing 'condolences'
In the early evening, she answered the door to find Helen Morris, of all people, come to offer her condolences.SACRAMENT (2001)
He seemed to her, right then, every inch the hack public official stocked with condolences for every occasion.DEATH OF A NYMPH (2001)
Luckily with condolences it wasn't necessary to go into detail -- all she need do was commiserate on the tragic accident.PROSPECT HILL (2001)
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