Posted by R. Berg on December 12, 2001
In Reply to: I need to finish this sentance...PLEASE HELP!!! posted by Bruce Kahl on December 12, 2001
: : I want to rejoice in your success and (oppsoite of rejoice) in your (opposite of success). I've tried many different words but none of them come off right. Can someone help me? Maybe there is a better way of saying the first part that will allow the second part to flow more freely...THANKS!
: "We applaud you, we rejoice in your success and honor you as champions of the world".
"Rejoice in your successes and share your sorrows" . . . "comfort you in your sorrows"
If we get enough practice at this one, we all have a good start toward becoming greeting-card writers.