disconsolately

ADVERB
  1. in grief-stricken loneliness; without comforting circumstances or prospects
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How To Use disconsolately In A Sentence

  • Better have lied straight out," more than one hard old man said to him, but Ted Hardy could not lie _straight out_, and so he staid out and waited around disconsolately for Daisy, whom fortune sometimes favored and sometimes deserted. Bessie's Fortune A Novel
  • Seriously, men have become sulky load of Primates picking their ears disconsolately behind a jungle shrub and the interweb is populated by more than its share of embittered divorced males. Happy Valentines Day I Don`t Think
  • A small boy sits disconsolately on a park bench, finishing up what looks like a packed lunch; we feel instinctively worried, protective - where are his parents?
  • A group of young men from the city's environmental protection department stood around disconsolately, debating whether to go and have a drink instead.
  • Shorty sat down disconsolately on the gunwale, took a chew of tobacco, and questioned the universe, while Kit baled the boat and the other two exchanged unkind remarks. THE MEAT
  • He saw the maintenance crew posed disconsolately on a hill.
  • As we drove disconsolately out of the fabled Canaan Valley, the clouds opened up and it started to pour rain. McKay Jenkins: A National Park in West Virginia?
  • After watching the episode concerning Culloden in Battlefield Britain this week, I found myself disconsolately singing Archive 2009-08-01
  • A "rooky," who had joined the company, stood on the dock disconsolately. The Great White Tribe in Filipinia
  • And he looked disconsolately at the Minstrel, as though in fear that he would be discouraged from the adventure. Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard
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