Definitions

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  • adj. Not solaced.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ solaced

Examples

  • It has been pointed out many times that Art lives by devouring her own offspring and the world has come to justify even that sacrifice, but we are unfortified and unsolaced when we see the children of Art devoured, not by her, but by the uncouth stranger, Modern Industry, who, needlessly ruthless and brutal to her own children, is quickly fatal to the offspring of the gentler mother.

    Brighten the corner where you are

  • She had a headache, and was lying down, so he had been obliged to go away unsolaced, and longing for the evening.

    The Hippodrome

  • He was unsolaced either by candy or smoke and looked tired and not particularly happy.

    Wild Wings A Romance of Youth

  • Roberta turned over the pages of the Tatler, unsolaced by studio portraits of ladies looking faintly nauseated and by snapshots of the same or closely similar ladies, looking either partially concussed or madly hilarious.

    Death of a Peer

  • There he found Russell Edmonds discussing his absurdly insufficient pipe with his customary air of careworn watchfulness lest it go out and leave him forlorn and unsolaced in a harsh world.

    Success A Novel

  • Miss Starr always insisted that the arts should receive adequate recognition at Hull-House and urged that one must always remember "the hungry individual soul which without art will have passed unsolaced and unfed, followed by other souls who lack the impulse his should have given."

    Twenty Years at Hull-House, With Autobiographical Notes

  • It ceased; and the mourners were left alone again with their sorrow, and passed on all unsolaced, and drooping, weeping.

    Zuleika Dobson

  • She breakfasted upstairs, unsolaced by any news from George.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • Jorsen asked me what happened after this justification of the Hare, which, if I heard aright, appeared to suggest that by the decree of some judge unknown, the woes of such creatures are not unnoted and despised, or left unsolaced.

    The Mahatma and the Hare

  • Through the long centuries He has striven and laboured, and, with all the mighty burden of the Churches to carry, He has never left uncared for or unsolaced one human heart that cried to

    Esoteric Christianity, or The Lesser Mysteries

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