Definition of "disconsolation" [dis•con•so•la•tion]
The state of being disconsolate; gloom.(noun)
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Use "disconsolation" in a sentence
"Rose just stood there, a look of disconsolation on her face as she stared into the future."
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"Diego's wife later had two other pregnancies, both of which failed in miscarriage, "from which we are truly in a state of disconsolation, so that all that we have earned [here] gives us no joy in that God has not given us any heirs.""