Disconsolate Definition

dĭs-kŏnsə-lĭt
adjective
So unhappy that nothing will comfort; inconsolable; dejected.
Webster's New World
Causing or suggesting dejection; cheerless.
Webster's New World
noun
(obsolete) Disconsolateness.
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Origin of Disconsolate

  • Middle English from Medieval Latin discōnsōlātus Latin dis- dis- cōnsōlātus past participle of cōnsōlārī to console console1

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Medieval Latin discōnsōlātus (“comfortless”), from Latin dis- (“away”) + cōnsōlātus (“consoled”).

    From Wiktionary

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