verb (used with object), con·soled, con·sol·ing.
Origin of console1
Examples from the Web for consolingly
"I'll help you, ma'am; and I'm sure you can manage it," said Charles consolingly.An Unsentimental Journey through Cornwall|Dinah Maria Craik
Itll be worse when you have real ones, remarked Louise consolingly.Winona of the Camp Fire|Margaret Widdemer
"Never mind, we're going to have a real obituary about him in Our Magazine," whispered Cecily consolingly.The Golden Road|Lucy Maud Montgomery
For a minute Betty looked blank, while Dotty consolingly remarked that the bacon would be salty enough anyhow.Betty Lee, Sophomore|David Goodger (email@example.com)
"Girls soon forget a man's offences," she said, consolingly.A True Friend|Adeline Sergeant