disconsolate disconsolate


  1. (adj) sad beyond comforting; incapable of being consoled
  2. (adj) causing dejection



  1. The Republicans are smug, the Democrats disconsolate.
  2. It was as if he were a character in one of his heist films: top of the world one minute, disgraced and disconsolate the next, but always angling for the next big break.


  • Pole-dancing girlfriend left behind by geeky NSA leaker bares torment on blog: All I feel is alone

    Lsjourney.comLindsey Mills is reportedly the former girlfriend of NSA leaker Edward Snowden. He’s a leaker and heart-breaker! National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden allegedly left behind a gorgeous — and now completely disconsolate — girlfriend, in the wake of his secret-spilling protest against domestic spying. Lindsay Mills, 28, said she...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Post

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