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Definition of "consoled" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of console. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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.""