People who are unhappy may get some consolation from knowing that others are unhappy too.
The future is not bright for Sochi, unless you believe that misery loves company.
On a Smiths-themed boat tour, the phrase ‘misery loves company’ is predictably proven.
Many components of the media are in crisis—print, online, radio, broadcast, and cable—and misery loves company.
Now, Mr. Henderson, misery loves company; has she been to your room?
Or else on the more common score, that "misery loves company."
Wretched conditions are in a measure mitigated by companionship; in other words, "misery loves company."
If misery loves company, as the proverb says, why should not happiness be also sociably disposed?
Perhaps it is because misery loves company, or it may be that he likes to compare notes on the catch.
Well, they say misery loves company, so we can have some enjoyment after all, for there is plenty of that kind of company.
It would be a comfort to know, upon the old principle, that 'misery loves company.'