They told him no, and with a wave, he was off to commiserate with his protégés.
You commiserate together about life's problems.
She wanted to commiserate with the horse's assistant, who seemed as awkward in his role as Jessi felt in hers.
He plugged in a Coltrane disc and then a Gerry Mulligan and laid back to commiserate with the perfect sound of it all while he closed his eyes and pretended he was happy.
Complaining brings people together to commiserate and to support each other in how miserable their situation is.
Your older child will feel even more grown up when he can commiserate with you.
These types of discussion boards provide fans with a venue to vent, commiserate and celebrate their favorite storylines, hated villains, beloved heroines and hot soaps hunks.
It doesn't feature news articles, but does feature a forum for all the true diehard fans to frequent as they cheer on their team and commiserate when it doesn't go well.
They told him no, and with a wave, he was off to commiserate with his protÃ©gÃ©s.
So we can only commiserate with RC Clubman Rob, whose 1957 Royal Enfield Bullet was stolen over the Bank Holiday.
commiserate be celebrating or commiserating together in the same venue post-match.
commiserate 10 years of their existence.
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