Examples of inconsolable in a Sentence
She was inconsolable when she learned that he had died.
he was inconsolable after the death of his wife
Origin and Etymology of inconsolable
Latin inconsolabilis, from in- + consolabilis consolable
First Known Use: 1596
INCONSOLABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inconsolable for English Language Learners
: extremely sad and not able to be comforted
INCONSOLABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of inconsolable for Students
: very sad and not able to be comforted I was inconsolable when my cat died.
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