condolence

[ kuh n-doh-luh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF condolence
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONDOLENCE

Many were the messages of regard and condolence that came from other lands.

I do not ask your condolence and regret for what is past, for that now cannot be remedied.

I felt that no words of condolence availed, and I let him lie there quietly.

Wherever we go, we are lionised and loaded with congratulations and condolence.

But the formal tributes of condolence were followed by great rejoicing in the camp.

Nor had he written a line of condolence to Gertrude, as she had half hoped he would.

They seem to see instinctively that condolence would be meaningless.

The very next day came a letter of condolence from Miss Lucas.

She said nothing by way of condolence, and uttered no expressions of regret or sympathy.

I need not say her notes were full of the most tender sympathy and condolence.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONDOLENCE

commiseration

nounconsolation
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.