Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inconsolable manner or degree.
- adv. In an inconsolable manner.
- inconsolable + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Whenever my mother gets 'inconsolably' (repeats over and over the same thing) I tell her 'well Mother you did give the ok (albeit not in person) to my first and only wife'.”
“On the few occasions when they have been allowed to see her, relatives report, the children have wailed inconsolably.”
“Andrea was devastated to lose her grandmother, and she remembers weeping inconsolably at the funeral.”
“My mother recently told me of the times those last months when Kim came to her in the middle of the night, crying inconsolably.”
“Some cried inconsolably, while others cried for a few moments and then began to explore the toys near them.”
“When they brought Keshari out of the house on a stretcher with a sheet pulled over her face, Misha screamed inconsolably, running toward the stretcher, and had to be restrained.”
“At least a dozen knelt on the cobblestones, shouting Bible verses and weeping inconsolably.”
“One hand against the concrete wall, the other holding a towel to his face, he cried inconsolably for 30 minutes.”
“Though all babies cry, some wail inconsolably for hours.”
“Social conservatives have been inconsolably irate for DECADES because the Constitution has consistently been interpreted to disallow them from actually turning the US into THEIR "christian nation" (or insert some other pet phrase of the "family values" crowd).”
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