consultant[ kuh n-suhl-tnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF consultant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSULTANT
There was only one consultant, and that was Samson Francis Bending.
Mr. Mead's function is to act as a consultant in these cases.
The consultant would be engaged in a dispute concerning money.
For instance, suppose the wife of a sailor to be the consultant.
First of all, then, to determine the position of the consultant.
If flying away from the handle, the telegram is sent by the consultant.
Should the consultant be a musician, triumph in the profession would be assured.
The child's toys show the consultant's association and happiness with children.
The fact that Petrus Leonius had been called as the consultant in Lorenzo's case shows how thoroughly he was appreciated.
The habits of London society enable a consultant to take a fairly liberal holiday.