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  • noun Plural form of consist.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of consist.

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Examples

  • The beauty of the word consists in the beauty of the thought; the power of the word consists in the power of the thought; and the power of the thought consists in its vitality.

    The Master Key System

  • The beauty of the word consists in the beauty of the thought; the power of the word consists in the power of the thought; and the power of the thought consists in its vitality.

    The Master Key System

  • The beauty of the word consists in the beauty of the thought; the power of the word consists in the power of the thought; and the power of the thought consists in its vitality.

    The Master Key System

  • The beauty of the word consists in the beauty of the thought; the power of the word consists in the power of the thought; and the power of the thought consists in its vitality.

    The Master Key System

  • The beauty of the word consists in the beauty of the thought; the power of the word consists in the power of the thought; and the power of the thought consists in its vitality.

    The Master Key System

  • The beauty of the word consists in the beauty of the thought; the power of the word consists in the power of the thought; and the power of the thought consists in its vitality.

    The Master Key System

  • If the title consists of more than one word but is no longer than the name, center the first letter under the name line, and indent one em on the right.

    The Uses of Italic A Primer of Information Regarding the Origin and Uses of Italic Letters

  • The one without the label consists of dried figs, walnuts, rue, and salt, mixed together with honey.

    Great Astronomers

  • The label consists of internationally recognizable symbols - a red triangle with a thermometer and stopwatch - to alert the shipper that the contents require special handling with respect to time and temperature.

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  • The "fan club" that gives this novel its title consists of four delusional losers who kidnap a beautiful Marilyn Monroe-type movie star named Sharon Fields in order to use her for their own pleasure.

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