- the act of empathizing, or expressing sympathy or sorrow for someone about something: Taking the seat next to him, she put her arm around his shoulders in silent commiseration.
- commiserations, an expression of sympathy or sorrow for someone: All my thanks and commiserations to the dedicated staff, many of whom I expect will lose their jobs in the cutbacks.
- Some of our classes overlap, and we help each other with p-sets, commiserate and complain, and celebrate when someone does well.
- A periodic chat function lets players convene to deduce who the imposters are—or commiserate about Thanksgiving traditions.
- It’s where we congregate and discuss and celebrate and commiserate.
- In the sweltering heat, few had the bandwidth to commiserate about a conflict half a world away.
- Even commiserating in a private Facebook group, they avoid typing out Airbnb, opting instead for rather flimsy code.
- The eyes of the Marchioness and her daughter met with an anguish of commiseration in each, neither of them could utter.
- The world is looking upon us, with feelings of commiseration, sorrow, and contempt.
- It is one of those events that excites sympathy in the hardest, and commiseration in the coldest.
- Each day brings some new proof of her tender commiseration and her untiring efforts to cure me, but, alas!
- I don't know whether Kitty supposed my groan the commiseration for Louie Causton.