condolences

[ kuh n-doh-luh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF condolences
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No, certainly Uthoug junior had not come with lamentations and condolences.

Take my condolences on your fearful passage through your purgatory.

"No condolences, please," he said to Roger Brooks with a smile.

My condolences are for the poor girl left to my guardianship.

Even if I had been hurt—which I was not—there was no time to be wasted on condolences or congratulations.

At twelve I hope you will also pay your respects and offer your condolences to Madame.

Condolences, under the circumstances, were utterly out of the question.

Ida stayed with her, but her condolences and sanguine predictions were futile.

I have sent you my condolences on the loss of your purse at the Exposition.

So we gave him our congratulations instead of our condolences.