disconsolate

If you are sad and can't be cheered up, you're disconsolate. Why are you disconsolate after scoring a touchdown? Oh . . . for the other team.

In addition to meaning "inconsolable," the adjective disconsolate can also mean "dejected." Most people would be disconsolate after being laid off from a job, but you're taking it right in stride since you never wanted to be a manager anyway. With your frizzy orange hair, clown college will be perfect fit for you. Good luck!

Definitions of disconsolate
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adj sad beyond comforting; incapable of being consoled

Synonyms:
inconsolable, unconsolable
desolate
crushed by grief
Antonyms:
consolable
able to be consoled

adj causing dejection

“a disconsolate winter landscape”
Synonyms:
blue, dark, dingy, dismal, drab, drear, dreary, gloomy, grim, sorry
cheerless, depressing, uncheerful
causing sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy

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