After McCain takes the Florida primary, Romney gathers his troops in a hotel room to commiserate.
And when he invites a wheelchair-bound guest to commiserate with him about his bubble-wrapped foot, things go downhill from there.
So she called another really famous pop star to commiserate and ask for advice.
They commiserate me on having a Government that will not provide an Ambassador's residence—from the King to my servants.
I scarcely knew whether to envy or commiserate their apathy.
They appeared to know her well, and seemed greatly to commiserate us.
Strongly did I commiserate her, and gently strove to draw her into discourse.
I commiserate with you on the loss of your salary of eighteen pence a week.
He exhibited an anguish that they were not able to commiserate.
Sometimes he would lie down beside me and commiserate my unquiet condition.
c.1600, from Latin commiseratus, past participle of commiserari "to pity, bewail" (see commiseration). Related: Commiserated; commiserating. An Old English loan-translation of commiserate was efensargian.