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cōn-sōlor ātus, ārī, dep.,

to encourage, animate, console, cheer, comfort: alqm, Cs.: alqm in miseriis: Piliam meis verbis, in my name: alqd consolandi tui gratiā dicere: me ipse illo solacio, quod, etc.: se per litteras: consolando iuvero, T.: officia consolantium: quo consolante doleres? who would console you? O.: consolatus rogat, encouraging him, Cs.—To mitigate, alleviate, lighten, relieve, soothe: doloris diuturnitatem: brevitatem vitae posteritatis memoriā: desiderium tui spe.

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