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solace
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The Aeneid
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  • His pond’rous whistle from his neck descends; His woolly care their pensive lord attends: This only solace his hard fortune sends.
  • Here, after endless labors, often toss’d By raging storms, and driv’n on ev’ry coast, My dear, dear father, spent with age, I lost: Ease of my cares, and solace of my pain, Sav’d thro’ a thousand toils, but sav’d in vain The prophet, who my future woes reveal’d, Yet this, the greatest and the worst, conceal’d; And dire Celaeno, whose foreboding skill Denounc’d all else, was silent of the ill.

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  • In those days when it was fashionable to court across the river, Jem was so helplessly in love with a girl from Abbott County he seriously considered spending his senior year at Abbottsville High, but was discouraged by Atticus, who put his foot down and solaced Jem by advancing him sufficient funds to purchase a Model-A coupe.
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman
  • But you will find no solace in doing so.
    Sabaa Tahir  --  An Ember in the Ashes

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