Consolatory

Con·sol'a·to·ry adjective [ Latin consolatorius .] Of a consoling or comforting nature. « The punishment of tyrants is a noble and awful act of justice; and it has with truth been said to be consolatory to the human mind. Burke. »
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Consolatory

• (n.) That which consoles; a speech or writing intended for consolation. • (a.) Of a consoling or comforting nature.
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consolatory

consolatory To comfort in time of grief or loss.
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