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condole †sorrow greatly; †trans. grieve with or over XVI; express sympathy with XVII. — ChrL. condolēre, f. CON- + dolēre suffer pain, grieve.
So condolence †sympathetic grief; outward expression of sympathy. XVII. f. the vb.; but in the second sense orig. in the form †condoleance — F. condoléance.

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condole

con·dole / kənˈdōl/ • v. [intr.] (condole with) express sympathy for (someone); grieve with: the priest came to condole with Madeleine.

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condole

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