consent[ kuh n-sent ]SEE DEFINITION OF consent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSENT
Do be on your guard—'if sinners entice thee, consent thou not.'
I would never have married him, if I had known—without your consent, I mean.
She would not consent to this marriage; but I carried the day, and my word is given.
Well, let him become a doctor, and I will consent to the marriage.
She looked about to the others as if asking their consent to tell the story.
That he should marry her notwithstanding our opposition, and without the consent of his father?
So, with one consent, the two children again lifted the lid.
It is well understood that a man's property cannot be used without his consent.
And would you ever give your consent to her marrying Sir John Hunter?
I dare say my mother will consent to it, if I have my father's permission to go.