The King, who had caused a sumptuous banquet to be prepared, was inconsolable.
She had gone off with a M. de Langlade, and her husband was inconsolable.
When the day came that they must go he was inconsolable though he made no complaint.
I should have been inconsolable if I had not made your acquaintance.
Fanny was inconsolable when Dame Kramm confided to her its contents.
When Proserpine was assured that she must be parted for a time from Pluto, she was inconsolable.
They had not cared over much for it while they had had it; now it was gone, they were inconsolable.
But when they were fairly started on their journey Cecil was for a while inconsolable.
Inconsolable at the disappearance of his daughter and pricked with remorse, he capitulated.
Lady de Tilly was inconsolable over the ruin of her fondest hopes.