consolable


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Antonyms for consolable

able to be consoled

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She was clear about what she wanted and to the extent that I am consolable about the role I played, this is what consoles me: She was entitled to her own death.
It was a defeat which left McClaren in consolable and England's qualification hopes now depend on Russia slipping up in their next qualifier in Israel next month.
Plus tard, cet enfant ecrira lui-meme, nourri des textes lus et des experiences d'un solitaire mais consolable deja par les rayons de soleil qui arrivent a penetrer par les fenetres sans doute fermees .
Not that he looked remotely consolable after discovering he was not Britain's first undisputed heavyweight champion of the world this century.
If the Jazz (59-17) played superbly in winning its 14th consecutive game, perhaps the Lakers would have been more consolable.