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inconsolable

(ĭn″kŏn-sō′lŏ-bĭl) [L. inconsolabilis]
Said of an infant or child who is extremely irritable and cannot be comforted despite its parents' best efforts. In pediatrics inconsolability is a clinical indicator of severe illness.
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She was my son Kai's dog and him and his brother are inconsolable, as am I.
All babies will experience inconsolable crying at some point, but not all babies cry the same amount.
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The inconsolable crying some infants go through, known as colic, is associated with migraine headaches later in childhood, researchers report in the April 17 Journal of the American Medical Association.
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Erin has been inconsolable since the loss, she keeps asking Where''s Lily?
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She also described how the schoolboy's young friend was inconsolable and screaming hysterically at the scene.
Ravi is inconsolable when he's told he has a brain aneurysm.