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- adj. Able or likely to be consoled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of receiving consolation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being consoled, or of being mitigated by consolation; capable of receiving consolation; admitting of consolation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. able to be consoled
I'm so worried about Michael's mother, she has to be beyond consolable at this time.
On the same judging panel, Paula Abdul, pop star and choreographer, can watch a contestant fumble through a performance and find something consolable in it and can speak such drivel that she's rumored to be "of diminished capacity" when judging.
KING: Reverend Schenck, do you think they're ever going to be really consolable?
Christopher had been barely consolable for days, and my boys, too, were on a short tether.
She blushed appropriately, said some sentimental things about hoping their friendship would not be affected by the change, told him how much she had enjoyed their correspondence, but gave him to understand that it had been mere friendship of course from her point of view, and Harry indulgently allowed her to think that he had hoped for more and was grieved but consolable over the outcome.
Then the primeval Prince Montevarchi came to a violent end at the hands of his librarian, leaving his English princess consolable but unconsoled, leaving also his daughter Flavia married to that other Giovanni
'Adder conveyed the information of her husband's flight to the consolable
'Adder conveyed the information of her husband's flight to the consolable Amy,' said Mrs. Lawrence.
Vanishing shades of an attractive and consolable grief
There was a great lump of orange color half melted up in the watery clouds of the west, but all was dreary and scarce consolable, up to the clear spaces above, stung with the steely stars that began to peep out of the blue hope of heaven.
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