- v. share the suffering of
“‘You’re rather soothing, you know, after some of the bull-nosed idiots with great big feet who’ve been bursting in here to condole with me.”
“So he told him what had happened, and the Minister feigned to condole with him and weep for his affliction, saying, Allah Almighty be thy refuge in thine affliction!”
“Mr Grimball paid us a visit to condole with his friends,”
“Now he was a gossip of mine; so hearing the cry of the keeners I went in to condole with him on his loss and found him in very ill plight, full of trouble and weary of soul and mind.”
“A large proportion of them were so sick and weary of the tyranny of Mr Carleton's overseer, that they were glad of any change; and when their master made them a farewell visit, and began to condole with them upon their misfortune, several of them were bold enough to tell him that they thought it no misfortune at all; for whatever might happen, they could not be worse treated than they had been by his overseer.”
“He was no sooner gone than Helen burst into the room to condole with me that Mrs. Welsh had not seen him - such a”
“Shuhite, and Zophar the Naamathite; and they made an appointment together to come to condole with him and to comfort him.”
“When Christ was crucified all the beasts hastened to condole with the Virgin Mary.”
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