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to experience or express compassion

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to feel or express sympathy or compassion

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It's like kicking a ladder from under somebody then commiserating he had an accident
GAA President Christy Cooney added: "Whether you're on the winning or losing side, celebrating or commiserating, remember to designate a driver and of course never, ever drink and drive.
QUEEN'S PARK defender Stephen Moffat was celebrating his late equaliser at the annual Christmas bash on Saturday night - but he knows he could well have been commiserating.
Barbara Johnson, 73, came home from hospital to find the Pensions Service letter commiserating with her on her own death.
As the winners were presented with their trophy by GAA chief Nicky Brennan, Gerald Kean's side were commiserating with their manager.
Commiserating with nature sums up only part of the album, which weaves a tapestry of world politics and self-awareness into different styles of pop music.
The pair have kept in touch since Sbragia left Wearside in 2002 ( first to go to Man United and then to the Reebok Stadium ( but tomorrow Kyle wants to be the one commiserating with his pal at the final whistle after a Sunderland win.
Whether you're celebrating or commiserating, drinking to excess won't help you to enjoy your night more.
The tournament ended in a penalty shoot-out, everyone was cheering or commiserating - it was a great atmosphere.
Evelyn Swan and a couple of Sharky's buddies at American Legion Post 817 in Panorama City patted their buddy on the back Monday morning, commiserating with him.
Parents of 16-year-olds were congratulating or commiserating, planning the next steps in a wonderful but tricky time in life.
Whether you were celebrating or commiserating, there are lots of options out there to help you on the right path to a successful future.
Commiserating with the bereaved families, the Prime Minister prayed to Allah Almighty to rest the departed souls in eternal peace.
We Scots know how to be loyal to our fellow countrymen, supporting them at all costs, and commiserating with them when they fail.
There was his rich, deep voice with its distinctive Kentucky accent, conveying his greetings and then commiserating about the war and the sundry sins of the Bush Administration.