consignment[ kuh n-sahyn-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consignment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSIGNMENT
"There goes a consignment of men's lives," said Mrs. Vansittart to her companion.
He informs us that you refused to receive the consignment or to pay the charges.
I was down on the levee, to see to the consignment of my freight, and run afoul of her.
I got a letter from Whiteley's this morning asking when my first consignment was to arrive.
To send a consignment of goods to an agent or factor for sale or disposal.
The party to whose care a ship or a consignment of goods is intrusted.
They finished the first consignment without any luck, and went to the second place.
And your friend Linker could do with a consignment of French silk, duty free.
A year or two later, he decided to send a consignment of them to England.
In 1665 the transportation and feed of the consignment cost 11,200 livres.