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inconsolability

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  • But this kindly softening of the ending may be counterbalanced by another scene "off the page," the deaths of Aragorn and Arwen in another appendix, a scene which stretches past death to eternal loss and inconsolability.

    'The Wrong Sow'

  • A universal feature is inconsolability, and attempts at consolation are fruitless and may serve only to prolong or even intensify the confusional state.

    November 2005

  • When the fever is accompanied by a stiff neck, confusion, lack of energy, difficulty in awakening or inconsolability.

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  • It is more the angry romantic’s expression of inconsolability — in having had an innocence and, having lost it, having to mourn it.

    The Book of Doctorow: A Writer Sympathizes

  • At one level his brother’s inconsolability pained and angered him.

    Kalooki Nights

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