Origin of disconsolate
Related formsdis·con·so·late·ly, adverbdis·con·so·la·tion [dis-kon-suh-ley-shuhn] /dɪsˌkɒn səˈleɪ ʃən/, dis·con·so·late·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for disconsolate
The various theories of disconsolate liberals all suffer from a failure to compare Obama with any plausible baseline.
A tear trickled slowly down his face, a single, disconsolate tear.813|Maurice Leblanc
He found it a disconsolate occupation, even with a cigar to sweeten it.Tales From Bohemia|Robert Neilson Stephens
While I was awaiting my Dolly dance, I came upon a small, disconsolate boy.The Professional Aunt|Mary C.E. Wemyss
An' there was no health in his voice; 'twas but a disconsolate whisper—slinkin' out into the light o' day.Harbor Tales Down North|Norman Duncan
This has been the cheering consolation of my heart in my most solitary, gloomy, and disconsolate hours.