consign[ kuhn-sahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF consign
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSIGN
Only the Prime Minister himself, personally, can so consign a paper.
He called upon the owner, and asked him to consign the ship to his house.
Some one at Rieka most unfortunately had forgotten to consign the sugar.
And to think that you, an Englishman, could consign your fellow-countrymen to such a fate as that!
Dick has no such power over me as to consign me to misery everlasting.
We cannot consign them to the mercy of these natives—for no mercy will they have.
To cast us adrift here in an open boat is to consign us to destruction.
Religiously, we consign the body to the grave, commit the soul to God.
It was the place to which he had meant to consign Hapgood a bit ago.
"This man whom we consign to American soil was, like so many of us, born on the other side of the ocean," he said.