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 disconsolately
They hung about disconsolately, snatching at such opportunities of assistance as holding ladders or handing nails.A harum-scarum schoolgirl|Angela Brazil
Pelham had invested in a bag of bananas, and was disconsolately eating the second.Mountain|Clement Wood
"I allers get the worst of everything," Sam replied, disconsolately.
His wife still stood where he had left her, disconsolately fingering her roses, her delicate face marred with weeping.Captain Desmond, V.C.|Maud Diver
"Oh, I suppose you'll have to then," she said disconsolately.Ann Arbor Tales|Karl Edwin Harriman