Definition of consolable in English:


Pronunciation /kənˈsōləb(ə)l/ /kənˈsoʊləb(ə)l/


See console

‘Something in the European temperament became blunter, less trusting, less imaginatively consolable - arguably more secular and politically militant.’
  • ‘Tradition does not deny the pain of death, but stresses its fleeting and consolable character.’
  • ‘‘Guys are very consolable, so don't worry about it.’’
  • ‘It is a route to the definable, the consolable, and the delimiting.’
  • ‘These could make him cry but he was consolable.’