Some, whom they had succoured, gave them as good a dinner as they could in such disastrous circumstances; true, the repast was mournful, and the company moistened their bread with tears; but Pangloss consoled them, assuring them that things could not be otherwise.
He carried me to a neighbouring house, put me to bed, gave me food, waited upon me, consoled me, flattered me; he told me that he had never seen any one so beautiful as I, and that he never so much regretted the loss of what it was impossible to recover.
But, however, they chatted, they communicated ideas, they consoled each other.
Martin was not consoling.
"Let that be as it may," said Candide, "but one thing consoles me.
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She consoled him after his mother died.
"You’ll be alright," she said in a consoling voice.