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Commiserate in a sentence

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Sentence count:12Posted:2016-12-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: sympathisesympathizeSimilar words: miserablecommissioncommissionerimmigrateoperateberatecommensuratecooperateMeaning: [kə'mɪzəreɪt]  v. to feel or express sympathy or compassion. 
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1) I commiserate with my friend after he got fired due to his frequent slips in the business.
2) I just wanted to commiserate with you.
3) I commiserate with my hon. Friend on his misfortune this evening,( in finding himself inadvertently supporting us in the Lobby.
4) Some one went to commiserate with Harbury and Harbury went to lacerate Riley for announcing an appointment he had no intention of accepting.
5) Because you hardly have commiserate and flesh!
6) You'd better commiserate John on his recent misfortunes.
7) The wounded fellow sufferers commiserate with each other.
8) I commiserate with you on the loss of your mother.
9) I hate the tribulation, I commiserate the sorrow brought by tribulation.
10) I commiserate with my friend after he failed his examination.
11) The programme was filmed in front of a live audience who had to clap, laugh and commiserate in all the appropriate places.
12) When Duval was arrested in London, high society queued to commiserate with him in his cell.
More similar words: miserablecommissioncommissionerimmigrateoperateberatecommensuratecooperateliberategeneratetoleratemoderatedesperateliteratereiterateinveterateadulterateexaggeratedeliberatedesperatelyilliterateacceleratedeliberatelycooperate withcommitcommitteecommitmentadviserpremisepromise
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