Where I cannot advise I can condole and communicate, which doubles joy, halves sorrow.
How pleasant it is to condole with friends on such occasions.
You must think I would rather congratulate than condole with you.
I condole with you in your bereavement, but it is the fortune of war.
I must say one word to condole with you for your lost friend.
Your servant, my prince; you reigned most worthily, I condole with you on your abdication.
Doyle and O'Donoghue and all the police will call round to condole with him.
But this was not the worst; some of them were so ill advised as to condole with Wilkinson.
At the threshold of Gottlieb's house a number of the chief burgesses of Cologne had corporated spontaneously to condole with him.
I could condole with you on the charge, but you will find it the only way not to seem to thwart her.
late 15c., "to sorrow," from Late Latin condolere "to suffer with another," from com- "with" (see com-) + dolere "to grieve." Meaning "to express condolences" is recorded from 1650s. Related: Condoled; condoling.