- adj. Not consolable.
- adj. sad beyond comforting; incapable of being consoled
- un- + consolable (Wiktionary)
“If a kid fell off the merry-go-round the mother or nanny watching them would run over and, if they were bleeding or unconsolable, take them away.”
“Those three guys that you'd mentioned, plus Nick Backstrom, were probably the most actually unconsolable, if that's the right word, after the games," Boudreau said.”
“Hillary Clinton is going to weep and moan with unconsolable regret for having called Obama naive and irresponsible.”
“Pumpkinpie woke up in the night screaming, flailing, unconsolable, unapproachable, possibly from a dream, for the second time this week.”
“It disturbed me in my comfort spots, comforted me in my disturbed spots, and, as an erstwhile writer of fiction, I was simultaneously enraptured by her facility with words and timing; and nearly unconsolable and jealous and angry with myself for not working harder at it than I do.”
“Iran understands its position in the world, albeit from a point of view that is distinctly colored by a rigid orthodoxy and an unconsolable regret that Persia did not permanently influence the world when it might have millennia ago.”
“In the case of Miss Gotbaum, she was extremely agitated, yelling and screaming, unconsolable, would not calm down.”
“I'm actually outside the family's villa here in quite a wealthy neighborhood just outside Dubai City, and just a short while ago, her husband, her three children, the eldest being a 19-year-old who had been visiting from Oxford University had been here on holiday, unconsolable as they left.”
“HARRIS: But up first this hour, uncontrollable anger and unconsolable grief in a tragic ending no parent should ever have to face.”
“But one child is unconsolable after his mother leaves for work.”
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