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condole

verb con·dole \kən-ˈdōl\
con·doledcon·dol·ing

Definition of CONDOLE

intransitive verb
1
obsolete :  grieve
2
:  to express sympathetic sorrow
transitive verb
archaic :  lament, grieve
con·do·la·to·ry \-ˈdō-le-ˌtr-ē\ adjective

Origin of CONDOLE

Late Latin condolēre, from Latin com- + dolēre to feel pain
First Known Use: circa 1586

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