consult

[ verb kuh n-suhlt; noun kon-suhlt, kuh n-suhlt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consult

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSULT

"If you will consult the captain, you may learn your mistake," said Robert.

If it's blackmail, Mr. Irwin, why don't you consult the police?

I should like to consult my own advocate to see what I can do.

I sent for her the next day, as soon as I could, to consult her.

Consult also "the Life of Melancthon," by the author of this work, chap.

Ill as I am, I can have no peace till I see and consult you.

Here the scout again halted, to consult the signs of the forest.

A peer, a minister, a stranger to the county,—to come all this way to consult him!

Miss Madeline consults your tastes this time; let her consult her own next.'

The doctor's fee is four and sixpence, and you need not consult him often.

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