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Definition of "solacement" [sol•ace•ment]

  • Solace; consolation. (noun)

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Use "solacement" in a sentence
  • "That, however, was a solacement of his feelings which was not at the moment to be thought of; and Cristal Nixon presently put an end to his unpleasant situation, by ordering the riders to go on."
  • "Thomas Browne, and other renowned old authors, from whom I now derive so much pleasure and solacement."
  • "The Abbé entered from Lothario’s chamber; beckoned Jarno to go in instead of him; and said to Wilhelm: “The Baron bids me ask you to remain with us a day or two, to share his hospitality, and, in the present circumstances, contribute to his solacement."