- v. present participle of consort.
“And she replied, “O my lord, say me, hast thou forgotten thy father’s injunction and done that from which he forbade thee, in consorting with doubtful folk?””
“It's actually implying a much closer connection than "consorting," which can be tangential.”
“They are, in fact, clearer than using legalistic terms like "consorting".”
“I had little doubt, however, that both Colum and the girl's father would consider this "consorting" highly improper.”
“Her mother, while "consorting" with her father, "conceived a certain impression of the likeness of Andromeda from viewing her picture" (256).”
“If that will be your married look, I, as a Christian, will soon give up the notion of consorting with a mere sprite or salamander.”
“Federalist papers published rumors about him consorting with one of his slaves, usually labeled "Dusky Sally" in the stories.”
“The girls even supplied names of those who were consorting with Satan, and as time went on the list of names grew longer.”
“It would serve Oliver right for consorting with such awful men.”
“How could she leave without knowing for sure if Giles was here consorting with some doxy?”
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