from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being a consort or consorts; partnership; fellowship.
- noun An association; a company.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The condition of a consort; fellowship; partnership.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The condition of a
consort; fellowship; partnership.
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And having thought upon it a hundred and five times, I know not what else to determine therein, save only that in the devising, hammering, forging, and composing of the woman she hath had a much tenderer regard, and by a great deal more respectful heed to the delightful consortship and sociable delectation of the man, than to the perfection and accomplishment of the individual womanishness or muliebrity.
He is an assistant to the First Magus, and a cousin through consortship to the Second Magus, and he may be yet related through his own consortship of the Second Magus's daughter.
He skips over the rest of the general references to trade opportunities, looking for her reaction or his family's reaction to their consortship.
I appreciate your waiting to formalize a consortship between Myryan and Ciesrt'elth, and I will follow your suggestions in that regard ...
Lorn also ponders how he also must carry out his commitment to Ryalth in a manner that meets the full requirements of consortship, yet in a way which protects her more than it threatens her.
"Jiolt is related to you through consortship, is he not?"
She'd have to draft some sort of placating response that suggested that Hoede was the honorable son of an honorable father whose talents did indeed lie elsewhere, but that honor on the part of Mossbach and honor on the part of Abenfel did not necessitate drawing two youngsters into a consortship both would regret-
Assured that they can get on comfortably and contentedly alone they are better adapted by the assurance for consortship.
Hornygold put him into a sloop that he had made prize of, and with whom he continued in consortship till a little while before Hornygold surrendered.
The pictures had belonged to Mary, no small portion of her virgin wealth; and as for the statuary, those two busts had cost loyal Roger far more in comparison than any corporation has given to P.R.A., for majesty and consortship in full.