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consignable combined form of consign.
consignment something consigned, esp. goods consigned to an agent for sale. [2 definitions]
consist to be composed or formed (usu. fol. by "of"). [2 definitions]
consistency agreement or compatibility between or among constituent elements. [3 definitions]
consistent steadily conforming to a regular style or pattern; not varying. [2 definitions]
consistently in a consistent manner; in accordance with the established pattern.
consistory an assembly of a governing council, esp. of a church or religious sect. [2 definitions]
consolation an act or instance of consoling. [3 definitions]
consolation prize a prize given to a loser or runner-up in a competition, as a means of consoling.
console1 to give comfort in time of loss, defeat, or suffering; relieve grief or disappointment; give solace to.
console2 a cabinet or panel containing the controls for an electrical or mechanical apparatus. [3 definitions]
console table a narrow waist-high table often placed against a wall, the facing legs of which have ornamental brackets.
consolidate to combine into a whole or mass; unify. [3 definitions]
consolidation the act or an instance of consolidating, or the condition of being consolidated. [2 definitions]
consommé a clear broth made from meat or occasionally vegetables.
consonance agreement, correspondence, or harmony. [3 definitions]
consonant a sound in a language made by constricting or diverting the flow of air through the mouth using the tongue, teeth, lips, or other speech organs. The sounds represented by the letters "d," "k," "b," "s," and "m" are examples of consonants in English. [6 definitions]
consonantal of, characteristic of, or having consonants.
consonant shift a historical change or linked series of changes in the sound of consonants in a language or language family.
consort a wife or husband, esp. of a royal personage. [5 definitions]
consortium a combination of nations, companies, or the like, formed to provide large amounts of capital for a joint enterprise. [2 definitions]