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Example sentences for consolations

The consolations of teaching are fewer than she ever imagined.
Out of it once in a while comes music, companionship, stately consolations.
Literature has better consolations than either life or tabloids.
If priests could open up their hearts and tell you of their priesthood, they would speak of joy and consolations.
His tough, unshowy goodness is one of the film's consolations, though not its point.
There had been no dietary consolations regarding residents who had special dietary needs for more than six months.

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