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consort

con·sort

consort

 
 
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
pronunciation: kan sort
definition 1: a wife or husband, esp. of a royal personage.
Prince Philip is the consort of Queen Elizabeth II.
similar words:
helpmate, husband, mate, partner, spouse, wife
definition 2: a ship which accompanies another.
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part of speech: intransitive verb
pronunciation: kn sort
inflections: consorted, consorting, consorts
definition 1: to keep company; associate (often fol. by with).
He's been consorting with some troublemakers recently and his mother is beginning to worry.
synonyms:
associate, fraternize, mingle
similar words:
ally, confederate, hang around, join, mix, relate, socialize, travel
definition 2: to be in accord; agree.
synonyms:
accord, agree, correspond, harmonize, jibe, tally
similar words:
blend, conform
 
part of speech: transitive verb
pronunciation: kn sort
definition: to join in company; unite.
synonyms:
accompany, associate, join, unite
similar words:
ally, confederate
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derivations: consorter (n.), consortion (n.)