Also related are the nouns "solacer" "one who solaces" and "solacement" "an act of solacing or the condition of being solaced" or "something that solaces". Growth demands a temporary surrender of security.
The Raiders could find solace only in the paucity of witnesses. Cresson, the Frenchman, had some solace for the president. In addition to the noun function, "solace" can be used as a verb "he was solaced by the company of his children". See More First Known Use of solace Verb 13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1 Noun 14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1 History and Etymology for solace Noun and Verb Middle English solas, from Anglo-French, from Latin solacium, from solari to console Keep scrolling for more.
But there was some solace for the Democrats in the poll. Now imagine turning to your city's other teams for solace only to find each to be avert-your-eyes abysmal. Send us feedback. Good health is everyone's major source of wealth. Is there solace in knowing the mystery soon will be solved?