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Sentence count:81+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-08-19Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: cheercomfortconsoleencourageheartenreassurerelieveSimilar words: solarisolateisolatedisolationplacesolar systempalacereplaceMeaning: ['sɑləs /'sɒl-] n. 1. the comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment 2. comfort in disappointment or misery 3. the act of consoling; giving relief in affliction. v. give moral or emotional strength to. random good picture
1, After the death of her son, Val found solace in the church.
2, The invalid found solace in music.
3, The news brought no solace to the grieving relations.
4, The sick man found solace in music.
5, Mary was a great solace to me after Arthur died.
6, He sought solace in the whisky bottle.
7, They sought solace in religion from the harshness of their everyday lives.
8, I found solace in writing when my father died three years ago.
9, He eventually found solace in religion.
10, She turned to Rob for solace.
11, The prisoners find their only solace in prayer.
12, She finds solace of a kind in alcohol.
13, Music was a great solace to me during this period.
14, His grandchildren were a solace in his old age.
15, Unable to travel, he found some solace in reading about other people's journeys abroad.
16, Like others beset by misfortune, polio patients found solace in comparing themselves to others.
17, Now, in the solace of the night, with its bullies and angry words and fists absent, I liked it.
18, Such solace can be drawn from little things like that breeze-song.
19, The individualist can find no solace in reflecting upon any contribution which will survive him.
20, This knowledge brings solace,[] because the organization is familiar with the inevitable consequences and believes it can effectively deal with them.
21, The anxious and the worried may seek solace outside the surgery.
22, Never let your guard down was the only solace he offered.
23, His acting career took a nosedive and he turned to drink for solace.
24, His career took a nosedive and he turned to drink and drugs for solace.
25, Yet perhaps Thomas Hopkins and his wife took some solace in so commemorating the death of their eldest son.
26, George took to the hills and went to seek solace with his younger brother.
27, From them a new vision and emotion will emanate to solace the soul and give it joy.
28, But they have fewer qualms about accepting outlaws, who have frequently found solace within the ancient hilltop walls.
29, There was a plug-in kettle, an electric ring for cooking on, and a Gideon's bible, for solace.
30, The awareness of the world's antiquity which was often with me seemed to intensify, to be a solace.
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