consonant[ kon-suh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consonant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSONANT
It was a lovely day, and every feeling of my heart was consonant to the scene.
(b) The part in the next line should, if possible, begin with a consonant.
The consonant is the distinguishing element of human speech.
Between the points of repose the combined sounds may or may not be consonant.
They were consonant with early Roman mores which were warlike.
In the first and second the consonant is followed by a vowel.
In a rigorous and abstract sense, the Consonant has no sound of its own.
I is a consonant when it represents the consonant y, as in alien.
We can say what we like, do what we like, so long as it is consonant with the public good.
Ah, but who determines what is consonant with the public good?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONSONANT
- ad rem
- having direct bearing on
- having to do with
- on the button
- on the nose
- pertaining to
- to the point