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At length, with almost a ludicrous aspect of disconsolateness, they slowly retired into the forest.
CHRISTOPHER CARSONJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
His look bespoke the unquietness of his mind, and frequently wandered with an expression of disconsolateness and anxiety.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
He's there upstairs in the drawing-room, the very picture of disconsolateness.
THE SMALL HOUSE AT ALLINGTONANTHONY TROLLOPE
"She didn't cry," reported the mother, with a disconsolateness that did not agree with the cheering words of the reports.
WHEN EGYPT WENT BROKEHOLMAN DAY
He stroked his mustache contemplatively, looked vaguely about the room, and sighed in a certain disconsolateness.
THE STORM CENTRECHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK
I know there will come feelings of disconsolateness over you occasionally, from being so out of the academic swim.
THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM JAMES, VOL. IIWILLIAM JAMES
If I emerge from myself, disconsolateness everywhere, spread all over the world.
WOMANMAGDELEINE MARX
She heard Miss Madigan's gasp of horror, and could imagine the fishy disconsolateness of her expression.
THE MADIGANSMIRIAM MICHELSON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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