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verb as in exist, reside

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Additionally, its pads apart from the ride and snare consist of only one detection zone.

“Missions” essentially consist of annihilating all means of transportation in small, vaguely Middle Eastern/African cities.

Though the rings look solid, they consist of a huge number of icy particles that reflect sunlight back.

“Yes, there are dissidents and maybe they consist of one percent or two percent of the population,” he told PBS in 1999.

His suggestion: “a telepathy shield” that “would consist of a thin metal foil around the brain.”

Arnold said her ten plaintiffs are just the ones they named, and she “expects the class to consist of over 100,000 people.”

The differences in the three great makers seems to be now decided to consist in fullness of tone and quantity of power.

They consist of a more or less dense network of hyph and numerous round or oval refractive spores.

The group appeared to consist of three islands, all low and of small size.

They both consist of naked, inhospitable masses of rock, and serve at most as resting places for a few gulls.

We are told their ideas of government consist in believing that implicit obedience is due both to king and priests.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consist, such as: dwell, subsist, abide, be, inhere, and lie.

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