condolatory

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condolatory (not comparable)

  1. Offering condolence.
    • 1837, George Gordon N Byron, William Henry L E Bulwer, The Complete Works of Lord Byron
      The affair at the time made much noise in the fashionable world, and formed the subject of the condolatory address in question, from Lord Byron's pen.
    • 1985, A H Ohiaeri, Behind the Iron Curtain
      And soon, condolatory messages started to pour in.

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