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  • r  in grief-stricken loneliness; without comforting circumstances or prospects

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Most of all he deplores what he sees in Ingeborg Torsen, a fine young woman who, thanks to her feminist education, has become a sexual derelict, disconsolately out for what she can .

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