Found 3 items, similar to consort.
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n 1: the husband or wife of a reigning monarch
2: a family of similar musical instrument playing together
v 1: keep company with; hang out with; “He associates with
; “She affiliates with her colleagues”
2: go together; “The colors don't harmonize”
; “Their ideas
3: keep company; “the heifers run with the bulls ot produce
English → English
(k[o^]n"s[^o]rt), n. [L. consore, -sortis;
con- + sors lot, fate, share. See Sort
1. One who shares the lot of another; a companion; a partner;
especially, a wife or husband. --Milton.
He single chose to live, and shunned to wed,
Well pleased to want a consort of his bed. --Dryden.
The consort of the queen has passed from this
troubled sphere. --Thakeray.
The snow-white gander, invariably accompanied by his
darker consort. --Darwin.
2. (Naut.) A ship keeping company with another.
3. Concurrence; conjunction; combination; association; union.
“By Heaven's consort.”
--Fuller. “Working in consort.”
Take it singly, and it carries an air of levity;
but, in consort with the rest, has a meaning quite
4. [LL. consortium.] An assembly or association of persons; a
company; a group; a combination. [Obs.]
In one consort' there sat
Cruel revenge and rancorous despite,
Disloyal treason, and heart-burning hate. --Spenser.
Lord, place me in thy consort. --Herbert.
5. [Perh. confused with concert.] Harmony of sounds; concert,
as of musical instruments. [Obs.] --Milton.
To make a sad consort';
Come, let us join our mournful song with theirs.
, the husband of a queen regnant.
, the wife of a king, as distinguished from a
, who rules alone, and a queen dowager
the window of a king.
(k[o^]n*s[^o]rt"), v. i. [imp. & p. p.
; p. pr. & vb. n. Consorting
To unite or to keep company; to associate; -- used with with.
Which of the Grecian chiefs consorts with thee?
, v. t.
1. To unite or join, as in affection, harmony, company,
marriage, etc.; to associate.
He with his consorted Eve. --Milton.
For all that pleasing is to living ears
Was there consorted in one harmony. --Spenser.
He begins to consort himself with men. --Locke.
2. To attend; to accompany. [Obs.]
Thou, wretched boy, that didst consort him here,
Shalt with him hence. --Shak.