Pronunciation : kae-miz'e-rat
1. To feel or express sorrow or pity for
2. Sympathize with
3. To experience or express compassion
4. Listen to woes of another
5. Express one's sympathetic grief, on the occasion of someone's death
6. To share misery, to feel pity
Latin commiserari, commiserat- : com-, com- + miserari, to pity (from miser, wretched)
1. Be indifferent
2. Turn away
• Randy called Sam on the phone to commiserate about life.
• Listen to my tale. When you have heard that, abandon or commiserate me, as you shall judge that I deserve.
1. Commiserable: Adjective
2. Commiseration: Noun
3. Commiserative : Adjective
4. Commiserator : Noun
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