verb (used with object), con·soled, con·sol·ing.
Origin of console1
Examples from the Web for consoler
Barker, on his side, was prepared for storms, but he intended to play the part of confidential friend and consoler.Doctor Claudius, A True Story|F. Marion Crawford
Her friend and consoler, the Abb Dupont, could not restrain his tears as he left her.
But Susan Posey was more than a consoler,—she was an angel to him in this time of his disappointment.The Guardian Angel|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
With John, their friend and consoler, two mourners departed from the island, where fabled Apollo no longer possessed a shrine.
Mrs. Batch was not going to let her retrieve it by shining as a consoler.Zuleika Dobson|Max Beerbohm