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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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'On Air Peace Lagos-Banjul flight P47560 on Monday, June 4, 2018, our vigilant and experienced crew observed a baby crying inconsolably. The crew members, therefore, approached the supposed mother to breastfeed the crying baby.
MUCH LOVED Neighbours at MP's home were seen crying inconsolably at the news of her death
Hussain, who said he was inconsolably disturbed by this act of insane intolerance, also shared with the viewers his fears of "Closet Talibanism" in Pakistani society.
Finally one day Max ate too many avocados, a new treat, and he fretted and cried inconsolably because he had a bellyache.
But this is very different to feeling deeply, inconsolably lonely.
It was a devastating sight, as the tiny animal would not leave her side, and was crying inconsolably for her," reported HESC in an official statement.
She was crying inconsolably. The child's mother hurried over to see what was wrong.
A leg injury and a stomach illness hindered her Olympic preparations, though, and she pulled out of the race after around 22 miles, sitting and weeping inconsolably on the side of the road.
Those slain at the Jewish school, all of French-Israeli nationality, were buried in Israel on Wednesday as relatives sobbed inconsolably. The bodies of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, his sons Arieh, 5, and Gabriel, 3, and 8-year-old Myriam Monsenego had been flown there earlier in the day.
A witness in Carterton, New Zealand, told of terrible screams from the balloon and added: "The women who saw their parents die were crying inconsolably."
There's nothing more disturbing to new parents than an inconsolably crying infant.
Their beautiful cinnamon baby with dusky skin is born and the family is happy until the child begins to cry inconsolably. After trying everything, Miriam returns to her bakery where she bakes cinnamon bread and, as the "cinnamony smell ...