Definition of disconsolately in US English:

disconsolately

adverb

  • See disconsolate

    • ‘As the afternoon wears on, malaise sets in; I'm tired of music, tired of reading, tired of telly, and start flicking disconsolately through the channels.’
    • ‘The distraught mother of the slain young man said disconsolately at his funeral, ‘I don't know who to blame for my son's death.’
    • ‘‘I've been going to various media organisations, but not many are impressed,’ says he disconsolately.’
    • ‘A group of young men from the city's environmental protection department stood around disconsolately, debating whether to go and have a drink instead.’
    • ‘A small boy sits disconsolately on a park bench, finishing up what looks like a packed lunch; we feel instinctively worried, protective - where are his parents?’

Pronunciation

disconsolately

/disˈkäns(ə)lətlē/