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Solace, subst. 1) comfort: “sorrow would s. and mine age would ease,” H6B II, 3, 21.
2) delight, happiness: “sorrow changed to s.” Pilgr. 203. “with his soul fled all my worldly s.” H6B III, 2, 151. “my hazards still have been your s.” Cor. IV, 1, 28.
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