disconsolately

[ dis-kon-suh-lit ]SEE DEFINITION OF disconsolately

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"We've seen no trace of such a thing to-day," replied Goodman disconsolately.

"Oh, I guess no one has any use for me," said Glen disconsolately.

"There is nothing else I could manage so well," said Rona disconsolately.

"It isn't that," Tode answered, disconsolately, lifting his head.

"It isn't any use for us to try to do anything," said Dick, disconsolately.

"Oh yes; but they're from heaven, and I'm in the other place," replied Eloise disconsolately.

"So did I; but when I put it to her, she was dead off," said Holmes, disconsolately savage.

"I'm afraid I can't go to Polly's," answered Maud, disconsolately.

"I'm sure it's a dreadful long way," Duncan said disconsolately.

She was disconsolately watching him from the window, when Mr. Fulmort was admitted.

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