consist[ verb kuh n-sist; noun kon-sist ]SEE DEFINITION OF consist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSIST
They consist of three groups, and there are, in all, about eighty pyramids.
Of what two parts does the Bible consist, and how far do they reach?
It was said to consist of twenty-four sail of the line, six frigates, and three sloops.
It does not consist of ingenuity limited, but merely of inanity expanded.
For in intellectual perfection the highest good should consist.
Presents to Indians to consist chiefly of arms, ammunition, and whisky.
They consist of beggars, mechanics, writers, and even artists.
Of these consist the furniture and provision of mine hostess.
This should consist of half a pint of olive oil, two ounces of white wax, and three drams of the sugar of lead finely powdered.
The exercises will consist of songs and music and a goodly array of speeches.