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Related to commiserating: appreciate, overwhelmed, instigate, striving
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In a statement on Saturday, he commiserating with the bereaved families and prayed for the martyrs and speedy recovery of the injured.
While commiserating with the bereaved family in his condolence message, CM prayed that may the Almighty bless the departed soul with eternal peace and give patience to lamenting family to bear this irreparable loss with fortitude.
NEWS: Students across the North East were celebrating or commiserating their long awaited A-evel results.
Korean Facebook users commented on the video, commiserating with those who had lost their the books and gadgets.
Parents of 16-year-olds were congratulating or commiserating, planning the next steps in a wonderful but tricky time in life.
Commiserating with the bereaved families, the Prime Minister prayed to Allah Almighty to rest the departed souls in eternal peace.
We Scots know how to be loyal to our fellow countrymen, supporting them at all costs, and commiserating with them when they fail.
Rival groups of birds behave like football fans, shouting chants at each other and commiserating with each other after a loss, research from England's University of Bristol revealed yesterday.
A smiling Harry stopped to talk to student nurses, commiserating with them about their long hours, before holding five-month-old patient Lexi Hailstone.