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commiseratingly

Definitions

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  • adverb So as to commiserate; in a way that offers commiseration.

Etymologies

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commiserating +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Baron Courbertin smiled self-commiseratingly and went on.

    CHAPTER 14

  • Minott peered startled at the nearest of the Elsians, who was smiling commiseratingly.

    "Microcosmic Buccaneers" by Harl Vincent, part 6

  • Minott peered startled at the nearest of the Elsians, who was smiling commiseratingly.

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  • “Oh, damn it!” he exclaimed, half angrily, half self-commiseratingly, in combined rage and shame.

    The Financier

  • She looked at me commiseratingly, her eyes as large, as dark, and as soft as any cow's.

    The Urth of the New Sun

  • "You'll feel better after a cold slice of bologna," he said commiseratingly, a laugh lurking just behind his lips.

    Breakfast In Bed

  • And whether he won or not women flung themselves into embraces with him and either kissed him commiseratingly or in a frenzy of delight.

    The Weapon Shops of Isher

  • Aunt Ada could not help weeping, and exclaimed, commiseratingly, "My poor, poor boy," as he strode up and down the room.

    The Garies and Their Friends

  • "I myself have been up to my eyebrows in industry this week," said the other, self-commiseratingly.

    Love at Paddington

  • "And the poor fellow has just about come to the end of his rope," thought Janice commiseratingly.

    How Janice Day Won

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