commiserate

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Synonyms for commiserate

Synonyms for commiserate

to experience or express compassion

Synonyms for commiserate

to feel or express sympathy or compassion

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Just weeks after he announced the BTU tax, Clinton commiserated with the Seattle company's workers, suggesting that unfair European competition was to blame for 28,000 layoffs.
The idea was hatched when the two commiserated at dinner one evening over the lack of label representation in the Southwest.
The Prime Minister, who is here en route to US on official visit, prayed eternal peace for the departed souls and commiserated with the bereaved families.
The Prime Minister prayed eternal peace for the departed soul and commiserated with the bereaved family.
With her departure, the prominent singer turned an eternal bright page of our cultural history," Salam commiserated the Diva.
When "Call me Dave" met supermodel Kate Moss at a charity bash, he commiserated over her Cotswold village (which is in his constituency) being flooded and talked about the pub reopening.
And Best Actor nominee Tommy Lee Jones was commiserated by producer Scott Rudin.
COLIN Montgomerie was happy to avoid a play-off in securing the UBS Hong Kong Open - but commiserated with luckless runner-up James Kingston.
The three TV stars commiserated about traffic on the way to the set and marveled at how much Ryan is enjoying her new show (``Boston Public'') after being so miserable on her last one (``Star Trek: Voyager'').
The Queen commiserated with Brown over his team's European Championship play-off with England.
And her near "neighbour" Tory Edwina Currie (Derbyshire South) commiserated with her.
According to a PM House statement, the Prime Minister prayed eternal peace for the departed souls and commiserated with the bereaved families and the government of Saudi Arabia.
The French Embassy in Ankara quoted Kouchner as saying in his message that French and Turkish people commiserated the same grief.
Then Brian had a call from him and he just kind of commiserated with him being injured as if he had nothing to do with it.
At a party Saturday in San Francisco, the room buzzed as a group of Stanford University business graduates, class of '99, commiserated about all the wealth they had lost in the market.