consists

[ verb kuh n-sist; noun kon-sist ]SEE DEFINITION OF consists

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Novels are taken up to amuse the vacant hour—in this consists their use.

This consists in placing a piece of white paper in the oven.

This consists of two sections, one horizontal, the other vertical.

It consists of a tympanum or drum, having a stylus attached as in the phonograph.

It consists in locating and exploiting the organ that one is a dupe with.

It consists mainly in ready hand, a quick eye and a good cover.

It consists in "reading character" in the wrinkles made by closing the hand.

Haydn, speaking of his art, said, “It consists in taking up a subject and pursuing it.”

The whole nation of the Taensas consists only of about one hundred huts.

It consists of the letters of a very famous woman to the man whom she loved.