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- adj. Of or pertaining to condolence
- adj. compassionate
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- adj. expressing sympathy with a person who experienced the death of a loved one
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Canadians who are dying there are doing so in vain, and they deserve better than condolent press releases. '
Canadians who are dying there are doing so in vain, and they deserve better than condolent press releases.
Enshrined and multiplied; here were the votive statuettes and busts presented by condolent friends, assiduous place-seekers, scared men who had once had words with the dead; commissioned by the best artists found at short notice, to comfort Alexander's grief.
Air yer rheumatics mendin 'enny? "he demanded, with the condolent suavity of the would-be son-in-law, or grand-son-in-law, as the case may be.
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