inconsolable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a sad beyond comforting; incapable of being consoled
inconsolable when her son died
- Capa was inconsolable, and part of him died with her.
- When faced with an event that makes them depressed or angry, they often become inconsolable or enraged.
- The answer: "Did it ever occur to you that she might be inconsolable?" The early and tragic death of a hero, a leader or a cultural icon always produces reactions of greater .
News & Articles
- 'Wild With Happy' review: Wacky road trip
'Wild With Happy' review: Wacky road trip In an odd, and for the most part oddly successful, blend of crisp comedy, pathos and fantasy, "Happy" takes near-inconsolable grief and leads it to a satisfactory fairy-tale ending. Domingo, who honed his skills with a variety of Bay Area companies throughout the '90s, including TheatreWorks and Berkeley Rep, has become a veritable Broadway star ...
June 10, 2013 - San Francisco Chronicle
- Andrei Arshavin in Yahoo! Eurosport
Arshavin said: "I'm inconsolable and desolate at what's happened ...... When Arsene Wenger asked me what state I was in, I honestly told him that at the moment I just don't want to play football."
- Vladimir Putin in China Post
The murder of utterly innocent women and children shocked not only our nation, but the entire world,Putin said. "This tragedy, the inconsolable grief of parents who have lost the most valuable thing -- their children -- will always be our...
- Paul Kaye in The Sun
Paul said: "Jordan is inconsolable. It's just awful at that age." "He's got his GCSEs coming up but I said he should go to Israel to be with the family. That's more important."