noun, Also called solacement
comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of distress or discomfort.
something that gives comfort, consolation, or relief:
The minister’s visit was the dying man’s only solace.
verb (used with object), solaced, solacing.
to comfort, console, or cheer (a person, oneself, the heart, etc.).
to alleviate or relieve (sorrow, distress, etc.).
comfort in misery, disappointment, etc
something that gives comfort or consolation
to give comfort or cheer to (a person) in time of sorrow, distress, etc
to alleviate (sorrow, misery, etc)
noun 1. Javier (ˈhævɪeɪ). born 1942, Spanish socialist politician; minister for foreign affairs (1992–95), secretary-general of NATO (1995–99), and EU high representative for foreign policy (1999–2009)
adjective 1. belonging to the Solanaceae, the nightshade family of plants. adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Solanaceae, a family of plants having typically tubular flowers with reflexed petals, protruding anthers, and often poisonous or narcotic properties: includes the potato, tobacco, henbane, mandrake, and several nightshades
noun 1. a case for maps, plates, etc., made to resemble a book and having the front cover and fore edge hinged. noun 1. a box for botanical specimens, maps, colour plates, etc, made in the form of a book, the front cover being the lid
noun 1. a poisonous alkaloid found in various solanaceous plants, including potatoes which have gone green through exposure to light