Definition of consign
3. To send to a final destination.
To consign the body to the grave
4. To assign; to devote; to set apart.
5. To stamp or impress; to affect.
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And Andrew Speedy, seizing the wad of banknotes, counted them and consigned them to his pocket.
He could sleep well only when he had driven a good bargain during the day. He bought at auction thousands of bottles of wine consigned by bankrupt firms,
In that case, he would have been shot or consigned to a colonial prison like so many of his former comrades. So his determination crystallized, and he stopped thinking about the affairs of his mother-country.
they wished to enslave the worthless man of the South, consigning him forever to a world regulated by "the salt of the earth," "the aristocracy of humanity."
If I sought to enter by the house, my own servants would consign me to the gallows.
It felt good to consign all my problems with demons to the back of my brain.
I HAD BEEN CONSIGNED BY A TEN-YEAR-OLD TO THE COMPANY OF WEAK-WILLED TUTORS AND SPINELESS SCHOOLMASTERS.
Most of the stuff in Patrick’s place they’d given to charity, the rest consigned to the trash bin.
Only a few astronomers shared this view at the time. Subsequently it was consigned to oblivion.
The boy sighed deeply, and, bestowing an ardent gaze upon its plumpness, unwillingly consigned it to his master.