ad part. dolent.
- (in prescriptions) to the painful parts.
Origin of ad part. dolent.
From the Latin word ad partēs dolentēs
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Related Wordsforlorn, sad, anguished, distressing, melancholy, lugubrious, heartrending, affecting, mournful, plaintive, sorry, painful, bereft, cheerless, depressed, disconsolate, doleful, grief-stricken, grievous, heartbroken
Examples from the Web for dolent
But the dolent accents returned as he opened his proofs and read them.Balzac
By turns they were dolent, forsaken, languorous, and haughty.
She regarded him with her smoky eyes, in which he now saw that dolent, almost dolorous expression which had captivated him.
Pest on these dreary, dolent airs!Confound these funeral pomps and poses!
Dole and dolent are doubtless the exact counterparts of dolore and dolente, so far as mere etymology can go.The Unseen World and Other Essays