consign

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  • He called upon the owner, and asked him to consign the ship to his house. Cited from The Land We Live In, by Henry Mann
  • She will consign away no part of it to any nation. Cited from The American Crisis, by Thomas Paine
  • I should like to have some friendly hand to consign me to the grave. Cited from Table-Talk, William Hazlitt
  • You ought to think of her before you consign us all to shame. Cited from The Doctor's Dilemma, by Hesba Stretton
  • It should not have consigned him for one minute to prison walls. Cited from Personal Reminiscences, by Stephen Field and George C. Gorham
  • However, with no further reports since then, the project has likely been consigned to development hell.
  • While still alive, he was consigned to the grave along with his poetry.
  • Not only these great public buildings, but many private houses were consigned to the flames. Cited from Historical Tales, The Romance of Reality, Vol. 6, by Charles Morris
  • Reading therefore finished seventh and were consigned to the Championship for another season.
  • Any cigar but his would have been consigned to the other side the door. Cited from Elster's Folly, by Mrs. Henry Wood
  • As a result, they were consigned to Official Opposition status for another term.
  • It is after his second death that his soul was consigned to Hell.
  • Why did her parents and mine consign her to such ruin! Cited from The Newcomes, by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • He wished the church would take them all and consign them to its own favorite place of punishment. Cited from Esther, by Henry Adams
  • Let us therefore consign our objects of virtue to the safe keeping of the river. Cited from The Best Short Stories of 1917, ed. by Edward J. O'Brien
  • The cup is kept by the winning team until the next event, when it is consigned to the next winner.
  • Indeed after we separated and she was consigned to lesser parts it became even worse.
  • He consigned her and her clothes to the devil, and looked at his watch. Cited from The Conqueror, by Gertrude Franklin Atherton
  • Our hero having consigned over his charge, whose face he had not yet seen, immediately retired to his own apartment. Cited from The Poacher, by Frederick Marryat
  • On the tenth day they are taken away and consigned to a river. Cited from Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India, by R. V. Russell
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Meaning of consign

  • verb Commit forever; commit irrevocably
  • verb Give over to another for care or safekeeping
    consign your baggage
  • verb Send to an address