Commiseration (noun)

Sympathetic pity and sorrow for the misfortunes of others.

Origin:

The word "commiseration" comes from the latin "com" meaning "together" and "miseratio" meaning "pity".

Examples:

  1. His friends offered him commiseration after he lost his job.
  2. She offered commiseration to the victims of the disaster.
  3. Commiseration is a natural human emotion when someone is going through a difficult time.
  4. The employee's dismissal was met with commiseration from his colleagues.
  5. The soldier's death was met with commiseration from his comrades.
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