disconsolately disconsolately


  • (adv) in grief-stricken loneliness; without comforting circumstances or prospects


  1. The dregs of the prison's life were still howling disconsolately among the debris of their possessions when the raiders turned their attention to the prison's hierarchy.
  2. As night fell, hundreds who failed to get in during the first wave disconsolately waited outside behind police barricades for a chance to place their bets.
  3. But there is another Richard, the man behind the monster mask of Tudor propaganda, a ghost wailing disconsolately for historic justice.
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