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dis·con·so·late / disˈkänsəlit/ • adj. without consolation or comfort; unhappy: he'd met the man's disconsolate widow. ∎  (of a place or thing) causing or showing a complete lack of comfort; cheerless: solitary, disconsolate clumps of cattails. DERIVATIVES: dis·con·so·late·ly adv. dis·con·so·late·ness n. dis·con·so·la·tion / -ˌkänsəˈlāshən/ n.

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disconsolate

disconsolate XIV. — medL. disconsōlātus, f. DIS- 2 + consōlātus, pp. of consōlārī CONSOLE.

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disconsolate

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