What is another word for consolers?

31 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ kˈɒnsə͡ʊləz], [ kˈɒnsə‍ʊləz], [ k_ˈɒ_n_s_əʊ_l_ə_z]

Consolers are individuals who offer comfort and support to those who are in distress or facing difficult circumstances. Synonyms for this term include empathizers, sympathizers, comforters, solacers, confidants, counselors, advisors, helpers, supporters, and encouragers. These words describe the same role that consolers play, which is to ease someone's burden and provide emotional assistance during times of need. Consolers can be friends, family members, professionals, or even strangers who show compassion and understanding towards others. Regardless of the term used to describe them, the important thing is that these individuals provide a valuable service to others when they need it the most.

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Usage examples for Consolers

These observations kindled Yussuf's bile to that degree, that he was nearly venting his spleen upon his sarcastic consolers.
"The Pacha of Many Tales"
Captain Frederick Marryat
St. Bernard then congratulates Jerusalem on the advent of the soldiers of Christ, and declares that the holy city will rejoice with a double joy in being rid of all her oppressors, the ungodly, the robbers, the blasphemers, murderers, perjurers, and adulterers; and in receiving her faithful defenders and sweet consolers, under the shadow of whose protection "Mount Zion shall rejoice, and the daughters of Judah sing for joy."
"The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple"
Charles G. Addison
Ever since he had left Montgomery, Maroney had been executing a series of strategic movements, and now that he had undoubtedly thrown his pursuers, if there were any, off his track, why should he not ease his overwrought mind by sleep, that sweetest of all consolers?
"The Expressman and the Detective"
Allan Pinkerton

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