It was some consolation that they were treated like children, too.
In 2002, a surprising Turkey side defeated hosts South Korea in the consolation game.
Go to the glory and eternity of history, and no consolation to the enemies of Iraq.
If that is so—and the facts on their face indicate that it might be—we can derive some consolation.
The move may seem counterintuitive, or like a kind of consolation prize.
In vain Anthony lifted her tea-cup and the muffin-plate to her for consolation.
My only consolation is that the war must soon be over, and that I will have helped.
But consolation to Haman will be death and torment to Mordecai.
It is a consolation to remember that, sooner or later, their time must come.
They love their faiths, they find in them help and consolation and guidance, at least they tell me so.
late 14c., "act of consoling," from Old French consolacion (11c., Modern French consolation) "solace, comfort; delight, pleasure," from Latin consolationem (nominative consolatio-) "consoling, comforting," noun of action from consolat-, past participle stem of consolari (see console (v.)). Consolation prize is recorded from 1886.