commiserate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To feel or express sorrow or pity for; sympathize with.
    • To feel sorrow, pain, or regret for; to shame.
    • To feel or express sorrow or pity for; sympathize with.
    • To feel sorrow, discomfort, or regret for; to shame.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To feel or show sympathy: commiserated over their failure.
    • To feel or show sympathy: commiserated over their particular failure.
  • adjective:
    • commiserating, pitying, lamentful
    • commiserating, pitying, lamentful
  • verb:
    • To feel or express compassion or sympathy for (somebody or something like that).
    • To offer condolences jointly with; express sympathy with.
    • To sympathize; condole.
    • to feel or show sympathy or compassion
    • To feel or express compassion or sympathy for (someone or something).
    • to provide condolences jointly with; express sympathy with.
    • To sympathize; condole.
    • to feel or express sympathy or compassion
  • others:
    • To feel sadness, regret, or compassion for, through sympathy; compassionate; shame: placed on people or things: since, to commiserate people or their condition.
    • To feel dissapointed about; lament; deplore; be sorry for.
    • expressing pity for; condole with: as, he commiserated him on his misfortune.
    • Synonyms To sympathize with, feel for, condole with.
    • To feel sorrow, regret, or compassion for, through sympathy; compassionate; shame: placed on persons or things: since, to commiserate people or his problem.
    • To feel dissapointed about; lament; deplore; be sorry for.
    • to state pity for; condole with: as, he commiserated him on his misfortune.
    • Synonyms To sympathize with, feel for, condole with.

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