commiseration


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Synonyms for commiseration

Synonyms for commiseration

sympathetic, sad concern for someone in misfortune

Synonyms for commiseration

a feeling of sympathy and sorrow for the misfortunes of others

an expression of sympathy with another's grief

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Vivian's statements were admissible because they were not "pure expressions of apology, sympathy, commiseration, condolence, compassion, or a general sense of benevolence.
Abdullah Al-Enizi, Fatma Al-Ali, and Salem Al-Doeseri were three donors today who told KUNA that by donating cash to the donation campaign, they were registering their commiseration and compassion with the 40,000 people of Madaya who are starving for food and shelter.
Clean Spirit shows far more than just the race, filming the team in their hotel rooms, on the bus, at training rides, meals, and massage, team meetings, celebrations of victory and commiseration of defeats and crashes, and more.
Congratulations and commiseration to Wrexham for all their endeavours, excellent playing ability during the past season top of the Conference for several weeks and winners of the FA Trophy final at Wembley.
On the occasion of Arben Xhaferi's death, Ali Ahmeti sent a letter of commiseration as well.
Under the bill, any "statements, affirmations, gestures or conduct" expressing "apology, fault, sympathy, commiseration, condolence, compassion, or a general sense of benevolence" made to a patient or the family by a medical provider when something goes wrong can't be used against him or her in a malpractice suit.
Macedonian Parliament Speaker Trajko Veljanovski sent a letter of commiseration to his Polish counterpart Bronislaw Komorowski.
A heart-rending account of the pain and suffering thousands of parents in America undergo each year, written in solemn commiseration with others who have experienced terrible loss.
Rather than a spectacle of therapeutic commiseration, Calle pressed on the fine line between empathy and self-preservation, adopting a homeopathic strategy, whereby a carefully administered dose of poison counter-intuitively amounts to a cure.
With gentle prompting from Smith, they wrote letters of condolence and commiseration to the younger students.
Lest we forget, he even begged our commiseration for how much he prayed and agonized over killing Rector.
Much constructive energy that could otherwise be directed toward effective response to competition is dissipated in rage and commiseration.
But there were words of commiseration for sacked managing director Paul Downton.
She offered her heartfelt commiseration and sympathy with the family of late Khalid Sarwar and prayed to Almighty to rest the departed soul in eternal peace in heavens and grant fortitude to the members of the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss.
However, whether your results were a cause for celebration or commiseration, there are plenty of options available and help is at hand.