Definition of disconsolate:
gloomful, drear, darkening, good-for-nothing, dark, racy, cheerless, bluish, pitiful, dour, plutonian, murky, heavyhearted, gamey, subdued, patrician, puritanical, gruesome, godforsaken, gamy, sorry, blue, drab, tenebrific, blueish, dismal, bad, homesick, grisly, doleful, glowering, coloured, forlorn, low, obscure, glooming, cast down, solemn, gentle, sick, aristocratical, inexorable, cloudy, bleak, dispiriting, puritanic, lonesome, wretched, no-count, sour, depressive, macabre, sulky, naughty, sunless, crestfallen, blasphemous, tenebrous, Cimmerian, dire, lonely, chill, raunchy, black, downcast, sepulchral, morbid, muddy, saddened, no-account, grimy, unhappy, unappeasable, low-spirited, comfortless, unrelenting, regretful, benighted, muddied, unconsolable, gloomy, ghastly, risque, inconsolable, dirty, lamentable, profane, spicy, grubby, sorrowful, deplorable, cold, sober, good-for-naught, droopy, heartsore, olive-drab, elegiac, down in the mouth, dreich, somber, gray, funereal, begrimed, brokenhearted, woebegone, desolate, uncheerful, forbidding, grim, stern, unforgiving, mordant, non-white, meritless, hangdog, distressing, sombre, lugubrious, depressing, melancholic, no-good, relentless, juicy, aristocratic, dingy, blue-blooded, dark-skinned, sinister, down, saturnine, grungy, heartsick.
dejected (part of speech: adjective)
- "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.
On the evening of the last day of the moon the friends all assemble at the cabin of the disconsolate widow, bringing provisions for a sumptuous feast, which consists of corn and jerked beef boiled together in a kettle.- "A further contribution to the study of the mortuary customs of the North American Indians First Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1879-80, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1881, pages 87-204", H. C. Yarrow.
- "Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland", Daniel Scott.