عزاء, سلوان, سلوى عزاءعزى, سلى, خفف, سكن, جعل المكان بهيجا
Noun(1) the comfort you feel when consoled in times of disappointment(2) comfort in disappointment or misery(3) the act of consoling; giving relief in affliction
Verb(1) give moral or emotional strength to
(1) Mary has been the source of solace and consolation in times of anxiety.(2) Living in a hard land, they work hard, and play hard and take solace in simple pleasures.(3) They were also welcomed into homes and hearts, finding solace and friendship in the most unlikely places.(4) At a moment when Smith fears she is ruined, she seeks solace and comfort from a clergyman.(5) His gentle presence was often a source of comfort and solace in itself.(6) The night before Kirsteen died, she wrote a poem called The Paths of Life, and that offered me some solace amid the sadness.(7) Little Chelsea seeks solace in her imaginary friend called Jodie.(8) So many times she wanted to turn back and seek solace in the comfort of her home and family.(9) He wanted to stay near so she could reach out for him when she most needed his comfort and solace .(10) I will be seeking solace in the long scarf, basking in its warmth like a lover's embrace.(11) she sought solace in her religion(12) He reminded me of a loving grandpa to whom a grandchild could run to for solace and comfort.(13) She found solace for her grief by teaching herself to sew using an embroidery kit.(14) Some sought the help of professionals, while others found solace in their friends.(15) Her advice was often comfort and solace in itself and her ways were the ways of goodness and serenity.(16) Her husband died last year and she finds solace for her grief in her gardens and work with plants.
(1) old sol :: سول القديم
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