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    solace - Dictionary definition and meaning for word solace

    (noun) the comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment
    Synonyms : consolation , solacement
    Example Sentence
    • second place was no consolation to him
    (noun) comfort in disappointment or misery
    Synonyms : solacement
    (noun) the act of consoling; giving relief in affliction
    Synonyms : comfort , consolation
    Example Sentence
    • his presence was a consolation to her
    (verb) give moral or emotional strength to
    Synonyms : comfort , console , soothe
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for solace

i solaced when i opened my shoe lace

"Quantum of Solace" james Bond

Jenilia felt "SO LESS" pain after Imran solaced her

"Condom of Solace" -You'll be having trouble having sex so you'll be disappointed! Then, you put on a condom to have "comfortable" sex.(Solace= comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment)

The Mrs. Solis (Gabrielle Solis)in Desperate housewives was not very good at solace.

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when balm solve (SOL) my head ache (ACE) , I will feel comfort.

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