Con·dole v. i. [imp. & p. p. Condoled p. pr. & vb. n. Condoling.] To express sympathetic sorrow; to grieve in sympathy; -- followed by with.
Your friends would have cause to rejoice, rather than condole with you. --Sir W. Temple.
Con·dole, v. t. To lament or grieve over. [R.]
I come not, Samson, to condole thy chance. --Milton.
v : express one's sympathetic grief, on the occasion of
someone's death; "You must condole the widow"