Definition of disconsolateness in US English:

disconsolateness

noun

  • See disconsolate

    • ‘For them, another weekday without work would only increase the emptiness and disconsolateness caused by idling away spare time.’
    • ‘The rain still descended; the gutters were overflowing, and the early passers-by drooped in wet disconsolateness.’
    • ‘I turned to Jonas, noting the disconsolateness that flawed his gorgeous amber-colored eyes.’
    • ‘His look bespoke the unquietness of his mind, and frequently wandered with an expression of disconsolateness and anxiety.’
    • ‘The landscape was however beautiful in spite of its disconsolateness.’