consolatory

[ kuh n-sol-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF consolatory
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There was, however, the consolatory hope of seeing all the following year.

Is that consolatory view of the matter the outcome of philosophy, or of virtue?

And with this consolatory reflection he left me to dress for dinner.

It was the finest and most consolatory he ever wrote me on that subject.

That is the sort of remark which relatives sometimes regard as consolatory.

I am sorry to say that I have no "consolatory view" on the dignity of man.

I interrupted her with consolatory phrases of the ordinary kind.

It should be an inspiring and consolatory thought to Mr. Kellett Chalmers.

The remainder of this consolatory suggestion was cut off by the shutting of the door.

In this way the dinner-party at the palace was in a degree comforting and consolatory.

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