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Condolence

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Antonyms of CONDOLENCE:
barbarity, ferocity, harshness, pitilessness, severity, brutality, hard-heartedness, inhumanity, rigor, sternness, cruelty, hardness, mercilessness, ruthlessness, truculence.
Misspellings for CONDOLENCE:
condolancies, condoglience, coindience, condidance, condollencies, consolence, condolances, condolonces, contegency, condence, condlolences, condolescence, condolescenes, contigency, condolenses, conpliance, condolencies, condifence, condolansces, condolance, condolanses, consolance, condolince, condolens, condoliances, condoliences, condience, condonlence, condolsences, contence, condolense, condolenscens, condoloences, conplience, condolensces, condolancece, condolinses, kindnence, condolenseces, contience, condoleances, condolenceses, conderence, condolonce, candence, condolencese, condolesence, condolencess, condulences, condolencesses, condolencense, conidence, condelences, condolenecs, condolinces, condolaces, condolencses, indolance, condolunces, condoience, contigencey, condoleces, conwdence, coldolences, condulance, condullences, condencer, condidence, condlences, condollances, condoleneces, condolencse, condelence, condolencence, condolescense, condolnces, condoluances.
Examples of usage:
  1. A " Previous" Letter of Condolence In spite of the little misunderstanding just referred to Haydn was brought round once more, and on the 20th of December 1803 Thomson sends twenty- four airs, " which will most certainly be the last."
    "Haydn", J. Cuthbert Hadden.
  2. I think he was uncertain as to my connection with the Armstrong family, and dubious whether I considered Mr. Armstrong's taking away a matter for condolence or congratulation.
    "The Circular Staircase", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
  3. In reading the correspondence of the learned Italians of these times, their adventures of manuscript- hunting are very amusing; and their raptures, their congratulations, or at times their condolence, and even their censures, are all immoderate.
    "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)", Isaac D'Israeli.
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