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On Twitter, some fellow writer-moms and I were commiserating about how many of us have cried in the bathroom.
No one seemed at hand to commiserate her sufferings, to supply her wants, or to assist her weakness.
People down here have not forgotten auld lang syne and I dare say the rocking chair fleet will at once begin to commiserate me.
PEGGY STEWART AT SCHOOLGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
The poor will, I trust, commiserate my misfortunes, and shed a sympathetic tear at the mournful tale of my miserable fate.
However little I commiserate the royal races, the fate of Ghisle touched me.
There is, however, room to commiserate Keller Bey, from whom these things were hidden.
A TATTER OF SCARLETS. R. CROCKETT
They commiserate me on having a Government that will not provide an Ambassador's residence—from the King to my servants.
The other Ambassadors, now that we're coming to know them fairly well, commiserate us.
From the bottom of our hearts, we commiserate every member of the race who missed the sights and sounds of last evening.
The field was being overrun with spectators, who sought to congratulate victors, or commiserate with the losers.

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