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Слово "disconsolate". Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

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  1. disconsolate [dɪsˈkɔnsəlɪt] имя прилагательное
    неутешный, печальный, несчастный

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    1. Will you come?" "Certainly. I must just take one look round." He examined the carpet and the window. "The fellow had either very long legs or was a most active man," said he. "With an area beneath, it was no mean feat to reach that window-ledge and open that window. Getting back was comparatively simple. Are you coming with us to see the remains of your bust, Mr. Harker?" The disconsolate journalist had seated himself at a writing-table. "I must try and make something of it," said he, "though I have no doubt that the first editions of the evening papers are out already with full details. It's like my luck! You remember when the stand fell at Doncaster? Well, I was the only journalist in the stand, and my journal the only one that had no account of it, for I was too shaken to write it. And now I'll be too late with a murder done on my own doorstep." As we left the room we heard his pen travelling shrilly over the foolscap.
      Хотите пойти со мной?
      Приключения Шерлока Холмса. Шесть наполеонов. Артур Конан-Дойл, стр. 7
    2. Reaching the appointed place at six o’clock, he found her leaning disconsolately against a tree in the shadow.
      К шести часам он пришел на место свидания и застал там Роберту, которая печально стояла в тени, прислонясь к дереву.
      Американская трагедия. Драйзер Теодор, стр. 477
    3. We were a disconsolate party, for nothing could have been more minute than our investigation, and it was absolutely certain that there was no single point where the most active human being could possibly hope to scale the cliff.
      Вернулись удрученные, так как обход окончательно убедил нас, что даже самые ловкие и самые сильные не смогут подняться на это плато.
      Затерянный мир. Артур Конан-Дойл, стр. 92

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