solace noun

ADJ. great | spiritual

VERB + SOLACE bring (sb), give sb, offer (sb) The news brought no solace to the grieving relations. | find, take Unable to travel, he found some solace in reading about other people's journeys abroad. | seek They sought solace in religion from the harshness of their everyday lives.

PHRASES turn to sb/sth for solace His career took a nosedive and he turned to drink and drugs for solace.