condole

[ kuh n-dohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF condole

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDOLE

How pleasant it is to condole with friends on such occasions.

He came to condole with me in my extremity, and yet to bid me not utterly lose hope.

I condole with you in your bereavement, but it is the fortune of war.

Alicia passed on Mr. Coxon's arm, and stopped for a moment to condole.

Your servant, my prince; you reigned most worthily, I condole with you on your abdication.

Others came in, some to drink, some to condole—all, to talk.

But this was not the worst; some of them were so ill advised as to condole with Wilkinson.

I am the innocent sufferer now,' added he; 'condole with me, pussy!

I could condole with you on the charge, but you will find it the only way not to seem to thwart her.

Write to me at once, if only to condole with me about the chapel.

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