consort[ noun kon-sawrt, verb kuh n-sawrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consort
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSORT
Brown braiding on a tailor-made jacket does not, however, consort with hay-wagons.
And of individuals who consort with the mob and seek to please them?
You haven't happened upon the right sort of consort, that's all.
She was not only fair, but ready to consort with any suitor who might win her favour.
And in accordance with the tendency above spoken of, the sun-god has a consort.
And yet I go about like a wounded animal, who can find none to consort with him.
If to-day you consort with Cæsar, tell him we still make war.
His consort knew, rejoiced in her wiles, and felt her beauty.
There was need of haste, for the ship's consort was expected in a day or two.
But the new wife was of a temper and bearing as bitter as her consort.