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console (verb), consoles; consoled; consoling
To comfort in time of grief or loss, or to try to help an individual to feel better: Burton and Diana made sincere efforts to console their son Randy, who was crying because his dog was run over and seriously injured on the street in front of their house.

Rebecca consoled herself when she lost her job with the thought that things could be much worse.

To make someone feel less sad or disappointed by comforting or cheering up.
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To help someone to feel better; especially, during a time of grief or the loss of something. (1)