Definition of inconsolability in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌsōləˈbilitē/


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‘It is this apparent sameness that lies at the root of the sorrow, the inconsolability, of the living, who want the world to bear its sorrows physically, to betray the signs of an existence that will never again be the same.’
  • ‘He deeply respects Larkin's inconsolability in the face of the surest fact of all, but responds more vividly, in the end, to Yeats's visionary transformations.’
  • ‘Such were the limits of their unifying inconsolability.’