consolable

Consoling vs Consolable - What's the difference?

consoling | consolable |


As a verb consoling

is .

As a noun consoling

is the act of consoling.

As an adjective consolable is

able or likely to be consoled.

Inconsolable vs Consolable - What's the difference?

inconsolable | consolable |


As adjectives the difference between inconsolable and consolable

is that inconsolable is not consolable while consolable is able or likely to be consoled.

Consolable - What does it mean?

consolable | |

Taxonomy vs Consolable - What's the difference?

taxonomy | consolable |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective consolable is

able or likely to be consoled.

Consolable vs Unconsolable - What's the difference?

consolable | unconsolable |


As adjectives the difference between consolable and unconsolable

is that consolable is able or likely to be consoled while unconsolable is not consolable.

Solace vs Consolable - What's the difference?

solace | consolable | Related terms |

Solace is a related term of consolable.


As a noun solace

is comfort or consolation in a time of distress.

As a verb solace

is to give solace to; comfort; cheer; console.

As a adjective consolable is

able or likely to be consoled.

Consolable vs Disconsolate - What's the difference?

consolable | disconsolate | Antonyms |

Consolable is an antonym of disconsolate.


As adjectives the difference between consolable and disconsolate

is that consolable is able or likely to be consoled while disconsolate is cheerless, dreary.

As a noun disconsolate is

(obsolete) disconsolateness.

Consolable vs Console - What's the difference?

consolable | console |

Consolable is a derived term of console.


As a adjective consolable

is able or likely to be consoled.

As a noun console is

a cabinet designed to stand on the floor, especially one that houses home entertainment equipment, such as a tv or stereo system.

As a verb console is

to comfort (someone) in a time of grief, disappointment, etc.