What does CONSORT mean?

Definitions for CONSORT
ˈkɒn sɔrt, kənˈsɔrtCONSORT

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. consortnoun

    the husband or wife of a reigning monarch

  2. choir, consortverb

    a family of similar musical instrument playing together

  3. consort, associate, affiliate, assortverb

    keep company with; hang out with

    "He associates with strange people"; "She affiliates with her colleagues"

  4. harmonize, harmonise, consort, accord, concord, fit in, agreeverb

    go together

    "The colors don't harmonize"; "Their ideas concorded"

  5. run, consortverb

    keep company

    "the heifers run with the bulls to produce offspring"

Wiktionary

  1. consortnoun

    The spouse of a monarch.

  2. consortnoun

    A husband, wife, companion or partner.

  3. consortnoun

    A ship accompanying another.

  4. consortnoun

    Association or partnership.

  5. consortnoun

    A group or company, especially of musicians playing the same type of instrument.

  6. consortverb

    To associate or keep company.

  7. consortverb

    To be in agreement.

  8. consortverb

    To associate or unite in company with.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. CONSORTnoun

    Etymology: consors, Latin.

    Male he created thee; but thy consort
    Female for race: then bless’d mankind, and said,
    Be fruitful, multiply, and fill the earth. John Milton, Par. Lost.

    Thy Bellona, who the consort came,
    Not only to thy bed, but to thy fame. John Denham.

    He single chose to live, and shun’d to wed,
    Well pleas’d to want a consort of his bed. John Dryden, Fables.

    His warlike amazon her host invades,
    Th’ imperial consort of the crown of Spades. Alexander Pope.

    In one consort there sat
    Cruel revenge, and rancorous despite,
    Disloyal treason, and heart-burning hate. Fairy Queen, b. ii.

    A consort of musick in a banquet of wine, is as a signet of carbuncle set in gold. Ecclus. xxxii. 5.

    Take it singly, and it carries an air of levity; but, in consort with the rest, you see, has a meaning quite different. Francis Atterbury.

  2. To Consortverb

    He, with his consorted Eve,
    The story heard attentive. John Milton, Paradise Lost, b. vii.

    He begins to consort himself with men, and thinks himself one. John Locke, on Education, sect 213.

    I’ll meet with you upon the mart,
    And afterward consort you ’till bed-time. William Shakespeare.

  3. To Consortverb

    To associate with; to unite with; to keep company with.

    Etymology: from the noun.

    What will you do? Let’s not consort with them. William Shakespeare.

    Which of the Grecian chiefs consorts with thee? Dryden.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Consortnoun

    one who shares the lot of another; a companion; a partner; especially, a wife or husband

  2. Consortnoun

    a ship keeping company with another

  3. Consortnoun

    concurrence; conjunction; combination; association; union

  4. Consortnoun

    an assembly or association of persons; a company; a group; a combination.

  5. Consortnoun

    harmony of sounds; concert, as of musical instruments

  6. Consortverb

    to unite or to keep company; to associate; -- used with with

  7. Consortverb

    to unite or join, as in affection, harmony, company, marriage, etc.; to associate

  8. Consortverb

    to attend; to accompany

  9. Etymology: [L. consore, -sortis; con- + sors lot, fate, share. See Sort.]

Freebase

  1. Consort

    Consort is a village in eastern Alberta, Canada. It is located at the intersection of Highway 12 and Highway 41, approximately 250 km southeast of Edmonton, 252 km northeast of Calgary, and 283 km west of Saskatoon. The Saskatchewan border is approximately 60 km to the east.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Consort

    kon′sort, n. a partner: a companion: a wife or husband: an accompanying ship: (obs.) a number of people: an orchestra: former spelling for concert.—v.t. Consort′ (Shak.), to accompany: to associate (with).—v.i. to associate or keep company: to agree.—p.adj. Consort′ed, associated.—n. Con′sortship.—In consort, in company: in harmony. [L. consors, from con, with, and sors, sortis, a lot.]

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. consort

    Any vessel keeping company with another.--In consort, ships sailing together in partnership.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of CONSORT in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of CONSORT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of CONSORT in a Sentence

  1. The Queen:

    I would like to express my thanks to you all for your support. I remain eternally grateful for, and humbled by, the loyalty and affection that you continue to give me, and when, in the fullness of time, Prince Charles becomes King, I know you will give Prince Charles and Prince Charles wife Camilla the same support that you have given me ; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service.

  2. Queen Elizabeth II:

    I am fortunate to have had the steadfast and loving support of my family, i was blessed that, in Prince Philip, I had a partner willing to carry out the role of consort and unselfishly make the sacrifices that go with it. It is a role I saw my own mother perform during my father’s reign.

  3. The Bidens:

    In the years ahead, we look forward to continuing a close friendship with The Kingand The Queen Consort, today, the thoughts and prayers of people all across the United States are with the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth in their grief.

  4. Buckingham Palace:

    The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.

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