- v. Simple past tense and past participle of consort.
“The manner in which he speaks of them would rather tend to render doubtful his ever having 'consorted' with them, or entertained the schemes, which are attributed to him in the Epistles, of regenerating Sicily by their help.”
“He consorted with anyone who had a feel for his destiny.”
“Even when he consorted with jail-birds in jungle camps, and listened to their codes of conduct and measurements of life, he was not affected.”
“He had seven children with four wives, and in recent years consorted with a fifth woman who was more than 20 years his junior.”
“I am so angry this morning; the USA have elected as President a man who has consorted with a terrorist, liaised with a fraudster, lied in interviews and worshipped in a black supremacist church.”
“Meanwhile the Labour government continually listened to and consorted with Azad Ali the president of the Civil Service Islamic Society, to whose advantage.”
“Aside from focused consorted power grabs by diversion, distraction, distortion, and tired talking point rhetoric – Republicans have yet to admit their responsibility and acts co-leading to where we are now.”
“The "rebels" consorted with fashion designers remember Rudi Gernreich and the monokini?”
“In one strident speech she stated that Obama consorted with domestic terrorists and then said nothing when people in the crowd shouted "Kill Obama!”
“Even when authorities found that LeT had consorted with, and even harbored al Qaeda operatives, they arrested a few including Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Ramzi bin al-Shib and Abu Zubaydah.”
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