Inconsolable in a sentence

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Definition of Inconsolable

  • Not consolable; incapable of being consoled; grieved beyond susceptibility of comfort; disconsolate.
  • sad beyond comforting; incapable of being consoled

How to use inconsolable in a sentence. Inconsolable pronunciation.

She wept over the perished flower, but was not inconsolable; for, before its loss, she had taught herself to think no affliction could be irremediable that did not happen to Godolphin.
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The others kept on marching, but he stood there inconsolable, until Betty, always quick to think, gave him a little shake in passing and held out to him a bright red apple she'd been nibbling.
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As for "One Lung," he pecked the dead hawk several times, then hopped up on its body and crowed as loud as he could, as if to say, "Look-what-I-have-do-o-o-ne!" "One Lung" was taken to a neighboring farm for breeding purposes by his owner, and "Chung" moped and appeared utterly inconsolable during his absence.
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The Russian half-breed wife of Bettles sought the fireplace, inconsolable, and rocked back and forth, and ever and anon flung white wood-ashes upon her raven hair.
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The inconsolable are not the wise.
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The friendship thus established continued to increase as long as Wallis remained there, and when at length he took his departure the natives exhibited every sign of extreme regret-the queen especially was inconsolable, and wept bitterly when she bade them farewell.
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The people are quite inconsolable on account of this sad intelligence, ver.
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The cousin, it seems, was then a wild young fellow; not particularly in love with her himself; and not at all inconsolable for her loss.
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The captains of his ships whose homes were elsewhere brought their wives to be inconsolable with us after their departure on their voyages.
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Yet he counted over the money with mercantile accuracy; and though he assumed the pen for the purpose of writing a discharge with an air of inconsolable dejection, yet he drew it up in good set terms, like one who had his senses much at his command.
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Great efforts were put forth by the company to be lugubrious and inconsolable, but the secret relief resulting from the death would not be entirely hidden.
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He broke from them all, lived his own life, was reputed to be a freethinker, and when he came to his estate, a long while afterwards, he put up the obelisk, and recorded in Latin how Death, the foul adulterer, had ravished his sweet bride-the coward Death whom no man could challenge-and that the inconsolable bridegroom had erected this monument in memory of her matchless virtues.
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He said he would show by a chain of circumstantial evidence without break or fault in it anywhere, that the principal prisoner at the bar committed the murder; that the motive was partly revenge, and partly a desire to take his own life out of jeopardy, and that his brother, by his presence, was a consenting accessory to the crime; a crime which was the basest known to the calendar of human misdeeds-assassination; that it was conceived by the blackest of hearts and consummated by the cowardliest of hands; a crime which had broken a loving sister's heart, blighted the happiness of a young nephew who was as dear as a son, brought inconsolable grief to many friends, and sorrow and loss to the whole community.
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Except you an' me, I can tell you that, nobody was as inconsolable as the girl.
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The keeper of the alehouse, where David had smoked his pipe, regretted him regularly, and Mistress Kitty, Mrs. Dodd's maid, whose trim figure always looked well in her mistress's gowns, was inconsolable.
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His conscience smote him for having, as he believed, taken the life of a fellow-creature, and he was inconsolable.
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OLD SONG. Elspat had enjoyed happy days, though her age had sunk into hopeless and inconsolable sorrow and distress.
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But this lover-like mode of reasoning was not likely to reconcile him to his fate, since the more amiable his imagination presented Miss Wardour, the more inconsolable he felt he should be rendered by the extinction of his hopes.
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Elspat had enjoyed happy days, though her age had sunk into hopeless and inconsolable sorrow and distress.
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They have turned traitors, and my heart will always remain inconsolable.
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Examples of Inconsolable

Example #1
Perhaps Godolphin was the more grieved of the two; men of his character are fond of the occupation of watching the growth of minds; they put in practice their chimeras of education.
Example #2
Lucilla had had one daughter, but she died a few weeks after birth.
Example #3
An ecstatic smile spread over his face, he grabbed the apple, took a big bite, and fell into line just as they all marched off the stage.
Example #4
Then an idea seized him, and scrambling to his feet he put both fists in his eyes and bellowed like a naughty child.
Example #5
When the bantam was finally brought home, the drake recognized him "afar off" and came hurrying to meet him with flapping wings and much vociferation.
Example #6
Then, finding him uninjured, he flapped his wings and quacked loud and long, as if in thankfulness.