From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinconsolablein‧con‧so‧la‧ble /ˌɪnkənˈsəʊləbəl◂ $ -ˈsoʊ-/ adjectiveSAD/UNHAPPYso sad that it is impossible for anyone to comfort youThe boy was inconsolable after the death of his dog. —inconsolably adverbShe wept inconsolably.
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inconsolable• After the death of her baby she was inconsolable.• During the funeral, Doris was inconsolable.• But Castor was dead and Pollux was inconsolable.• But since the disappearance of Lucky the fox, Gussie the goose has been inconsolable.• In the event, Maman was inconsolable.• Several hours passed while he sat there, knowing that Maud would be inconsolable at having missed a charitydinner.• In the distance, a ruttingstag sounded its thick-tongued, inconsolablebellow.• Doris was inconsolable. How could her husband walk out on her like that?• In children with vomiting, inconsolablescreaming or lethargy.• He was inconsolable when he found what she'd done.