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1 Your company has been a great consolation to me.
2 This news was of little consolation to us.
3 The only consolation for the team is that they get a chance to play the game again.
4 Her appointment was seen as a consolation prize after she lost the election.
5 She had the consolation of coming second in her last race of the day.
6 He drew little consolation from this fact.
7 Ten runners-up received a T-shirt as a consolation prize.
8 He went to seek consolation in the local pub.
9 At least you weren't hurt-that's one consolation.
10 If it's any consolation to you, the weather here is also awful.
11 There is some consolation for fans because the team still stands a chance of winning the local championship.
12 When her mother died,(www.Sentencedict.com) she found consolation in her religious beliefs.
13 If it's any consolation , you're not the only one he was rude to.
14 The next match will probably offer them the consolation of winning.
15 He had the consolation of knowing that he couldn't have done any better.
16 If it's any consolation, she didn't get the job, either.
17 The government got many telegrams and letters of consolation when the President died.
18 The children were a great consolation to him when his wife died.
19 The only consolation for the Scottish theatre community is that they look likely to get another chance.
20 The children were a great consolation to me at that time.
21 When she lost her job, her only consolation was that she had some savings in the bank.
22 Getting third prize was poor consolation for all their hard work.
23 If it's any consolation , things do get easier as the child gets older.
24 Although we lost the game, we took some consolation from the fact that we played well.
25 Darlington scored a late consolation goal through Paul Adamson.
26 He found himself at a loss for words of consolation.
27 He knew then he was right, but it was no consolation.
28 She missed out on the top job, but as a consolation prize was made deputy chairman.
29 The fact that there has been a reduction in crime is little consolation to victims of crime.
30 I didn't know what to say - I just offered a few words of consolation.
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