Simple past tense and past participle of console.(verb)
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Use "consoled" in a sentence
"Miami's Ken Dorsey in consoled by Ohio State's Tim Anderson as other Buckeyes players celebrate."
"(Soundbite of bell) (Soundbite of applause) SAGAL: Vargas Llosa punched famed author Gabriel Garcia Marquez in the face, because, biographers say, Marquez had, quote, "consoled" Vargas Llosa's wife when Vargas Llosa wasn't around."
"While abroad, Burr "consoled" himself with the drink and thought it good for his health: "My uncle Stephen lived on milk punch," Burr remembered in his journal, "and at the age of eighty-six, mounted by the stirrup a very gay horse, and galloped off with me twelve miles without stopping, and was, I thought, less fatigued than I.""