Commiserate in a Sentence
Commiserate - Definition
express or feel sympathy or pity
Use Commiserate in a sentence
Until you have walked in his shoes, you cannot commiserate with him.
As a mother, I commiserate strongly with the woman whose child was kidnapped.
While he wanted to commiserate with the man on death row, he simply could not do it.
I hate it when rich people pretend they commiserate with the poor!
Today, we commiserate with those who have lost loved ones in the war.
Because she was a good teacher, she was able to commiserate with her students.
On Valentine’s Day, the single people get together and commiserate about their lonely lives.
Sending someone a greeting card is a simple way to commiserate.
A person with a drinking problem is often not able to commiserate in a healthy way.
Should we commiserate his death by giving money to charity or by setting up a scholarship in his name?
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sympathize, feel for, pity, console, condole, compassionate, soothe, comfort, sorrow with
annoy, bother, distress, hurt, irritate, provoke, torment, torture, trouble