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unconsolable

Syllabification: un·con·sol·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənkənˈsōləbəl
 
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Definition of unconsolable in English:

adjective

Inconsolable.
Example sentences
  • We all remembered the way the last one started - that alien-green sky alive with tracer fire, gauzy detonations, muffled thumps, unconsolable sirens.
  • Now even at that tender age, I must have has a pretty strong sense of my manhood (after all girls were all horrible and silly), and was pretty much unconsolable for a good 10 minutes.
  • When she had these outbursts, she was unconsolable.

Derivatives

unconsolably

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • The fact that, after seeing the trailer, I thought that the shark ate everyone, and was unconsolably disappointed is of no importance whatever.
  • He became a little sleepy, and hence a little fussy, toward the end, but never unconsolably so.
  • The remainder of that week was absolutely horrible with calls from the school nurse that my daughter was crying unconsolably and complaining of a stomach ache.

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