i i seq.), returned home a disconsolate and childless widow (i.
You may turn away when your Savior draws near; you may sit disconsolate when he calls.
One day, very disconsolate, he met Story strolling along happily dressed in a multi-coloured robe.
wandering disconsolate in the garden where she is buried, he has a vision of a river beyond which lies Paradise.
If any of you are feeling disconsolate at missing them, if I recall correctly, they said.. ... .
disconsolate soul (that was, at Road) here found peace and pardon, and rejoiced with joy unspeakable.
disconsolate mother that he proposed to Marie in a moment of weakness.
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