consolation[ kon-suh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF consolation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSOLATION
He held Philothea's hand continually, and often spoke to her in words of consolation.
My only consolation is that the war must soon be over, and that I will have helped.
But for her consolation were the matters of food and dress, and of countless junketings.
It is a consolation to remember that, sooner or later, their time must come.
If it could be any consolation to them, these Saxons were not William's only captives.
A word of consolation, a caress, even from her mother, would have distressed her.
This must be some consolation to you, my dear and excellent friend!
Let us derive instruction, as well as consolation, from this scene.
This 'consolation stakes' is regarded as a better test of originality than the tripos.
His only consolation lay in the fact that the other man might be suffering just as much.