West reserves the greatest disdain, however, for the consolations of religion.
That everything is forgiven, and they can stay as they are and enjoy the consolations of forgiveness.
I wish beauty in her lost estate had consolations like genius.
But he had two consolations at the close of the performance.
But the consolations of Melendez were not those of his people, nor did they arrive at his conclusions.
I felt that to obtrude my consolations on her then would only serve to aggravate her sufferings.
For two years I remained at Morstone, a miserable enough life for an ex-blood, you will say—only there were consolations.
In the deepest agony I have never refused the consolations of Nature or of Truth.
Her only comfort is in prayer, and the consolations of religion.
Such was the sorrow, and such were the consolations of Edwin.
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.