con|dol´ing|ly


con|dol´ing|ly
con|dole «kuhn DOHL», verb, -doled, -dol|ing.
–v.i.
1. to express sympathy (with); commiserate: »

The widow's friends condoled with her at the funeral.

2. Obsolete. to grieve; lament.
–v.t.
Obsolete. to grieve with (another).
[< Latin condolēre < com- with + dolēre grieve, suffer]
con|dole´ment, noun.
con|dol´er, noun.
con|dol´ing|ly, adverb.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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