While they were doing so, Riderhood still sat staring disconsolate
I was now left in a dismal and disconsolate
case indeed, and in several things worse than ever.
Tom rose, disconsolate
, and stumbled into the cabin that had been allotted to him.
She fixed her eye on a statue standing disconsolate
in the dishevelled park, and spoke into the transmitter:
During one of their walks a poor cot in the foldings of a vale attracted their notice as being singularly disconsolate
, while the number of half-clothed children gathered about it spoke of penury in its worst shape.
Jo leaned her chin on her knees in a disconsolate
attitude and shook her fist at the reprehensible John.
There was the depot, of course; I often went down to see the night train come in, and afterward sat awhile with the disconsolate
telegrapher who was always hoping to be transferred to Omaha or Denver, `where there was some life.
The two walked along together, Adam comforting the disconsolate
Emma Jane, until they reached the old meeting-house where the Commencement exercises were always held.
If, thought he, I should be moved by the tears and sorrow of this disconsolate
damsel, what should I reap but the loss of these fair hopes for which I have encountered so much risk, and the ridicule of Prince John and his jovial comrades?
Oliver's wig was dripping with water-drops; and he probably looked haggard, disconsolate
, and humbled to the earth.
When Canada passed under British domination, and the old French trading houses were broken up, the voyageurs, like the coureurs des bois, were for a time disheartened and disconsolate
, and with difficulty could reconcile themselves to the service of the new- comers, so different in habits, manners, and language from their former employers.
Then they walked on and left Chiss standing in the road sullen and disconsolate
We were disconsolate
and it was very evident in our body language.
The Essex man cut a disconsolate
figure at Headingley as Sri Lanka pulled off a last-gasp Test victory.
Leddy was disconsolate
as the Kings gathered in a big huddle along the boards.