consume[ kuhn-soom ]SEE DEFINITION OF consume
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONSUME
He sat up and began to consume his soup, scarce doing it justice.
You're liable to start a conflagration you can't stop, and that may consume yourself, is all.
It was not worth while to consume the time of the House about it.
It is not, of course, the root of the plant which we consume.
Every man would produce as little and consume as much as he liked.
Does the injustice or other evil which exists in the soul waste and consume her?
A desire will consume them to achieve some deed of glory and renown.
I will stifle these fires, though they consume my soul to ashes.
He must produce and must consume with his family, reasonably, decently and thriftily.
By this means we are not compelled to consume much, if any, of the contents of our train.