Even an “inconsolable” grief-stricken person is accessible to his or her other loved ones.
Unsettled and inconsolable, Renai insists they move again, only to find the disturbances follow them to their new house.
It was the subtle despotism of an idea that suffers no rivals, that is lonely, inconsolable, and dangerous.
When the day came that they must go he was inconsolable though he made no complaint.
She was inconsolable, and in a few days retired to her country house, and refused to see any one.
Fanny was inconsolable when Dame Kramm confided to her its contents.
In a few minutes she came into the bow of her canoe, where she sat weeping with inconsolable sorrow.
When Proserpine was assured that she must be parted for a time from Pluto, she was inconsolable.
Big John Pritchard tried to console him, but he was inconsolable.
They had not cared over much for it while they had had it; now it was gone, they were inconsolable.