Definition of Commiserated

1. Verb. (past of commiserate) ¹



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Definition of Commiserated

1. commiserate [v] - See also: commiserate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commiserated

commingles
commingling
comminglingly
comminglings
comminute
comminuted
comminuted fracture
comminuted skull fracture
comminutes
comminuting
comminution
comminutions
commis
commiserable
commiserate
commiserated (current term)
commiserates
commiserating
commiseratingly
commiseration
commiserations
commiserative
commiserator
commiserators
commish
commissaire
commissar
commissarial
commissariat
commissariats

Literary usage of Commiserated

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1. Ingulph's Chronicle of the Abbey of Croyland: With the Continuations by by Ingulph, Peter (1893)
"66 The venerable chancellor greatly commiserated the misfortunes of so noble a monastery ... commiserated ..."

2. The Life of Mrs. Jordan: Including Original Private Correspondence, and by James Boaden (1831)
"... sans eyes, sans nose, sans every thing, but fire—Mr. Sheridan commiserated—All his prospects close upon him—A scenic, and a political death, ..."

3. The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of William the by Francis Lancelott (1894)
"For я period, the lonely mother and the deserted (laugh 1er occupied the same hearth, and mutually commiserated ..."

4. Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin by Benjamin Franklin, William Temple Franklin, William Duane (1834)
"... or in a camp. through a wilderness, where nothing was to be purchased I commiserated their case, and resolved to endeavour procuring them some relief. ..."

5. The Journal of a Tour Made by Señor Juan de Vega [pseud.]: The Spanish by Charles Cochrane (1830)
"... News from Newport — The Picture—An Assaut d'Armes—An Evening Party — A Melancholy Lover—My Fate piously commiserated—/ determine to leave Brecon. MR. ..."

6. Hugh Bryan: the autobiography of an Irish rebel by Hugh Bryan (1866)
"After awhile, she granted me forgiveness —commiserated my state—soothed me with rare tact—and won my eternal gratitude. " It is an awful calamity, Hugh, ..."

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