Definition for DIS-CON'SO-LATE

DIS-CON'SO-LATE, a. [dis and L. consolatus. See Console.]

  1. Destitute of comfort or consolation; sorrowful; hopeless or not expecting comfort; sad; dejected; melancholy; as, a parent, bereaved of an only child and disconsolate.
  2. Not affording comfort; cheerless; as, the disconsolate darkness of a winter's night. – Ray.

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