Examples of cold comfort in a Sentence
The good news about the economy is cold comfort to people who have lost their jobs.
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That's cold comfort to Nkeki, who hasn't been able to let go of her memories.
There’s no comfort in cold comfort, no welcoming from a cold shoulder.
That’s cold comfort, of course, given that the policy made things worse in the city’s poorer, less white schools — the struggling ones it was intended to help.
For the migrant workers CNN spoke to, the government's assurances fall on deaf ears and the middle-class sympathy is cold comfort.
Gilead rationalized the price by noting that the near-term cure of hepatitis C meant even greater savings over time from a reduction in liver disease; but that was cold comfort to public budget makers and private insurers.
And while some regulations have been eased, it’s cold comfort given how little progress he’s made elsewhere.
But that is cold comfort for Mr Zhang: for its new production lines, the company wants younger workers, especially those with university degrees.
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First Known Use of cold comfort
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Definition of cold comfort for English Language Learners
: something that is good for a situation but does not make someone happy because the whole situation is still bad
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