consort, gonsort, consortau, chonsort, chonsortau, gonsortau, nghonsort, nghonsortau
Noun(1) the husband or wife of a reigning monarch(2) a family of similar musical instrument playing together
Verb(1) keep company with; hang out with(2) go together(3) keep company
(1) In 1820 George IV's attempt to divorce his consort led to the royal family's dirty linen being washed in the courts.(2) Queen Victoria, her consort Prince Albert and the Royal children lined a balcony of Hull's premier hotel and waved to the crowds of children below dutifully singing the National Anthem.(3) you chose to consort with the enemy(4) a consort of viols(5) He had lost a fine wife, an elegant consort , a selfless companion.(6) For singers, these intensive weeks offer classes in sight-reading, aural tests and consort singing, and advice on choral scholarships receives a high priority.(7) Three centuries later the history of Queen Adelaide again illustrated the importance of the role of the royal consort .(8) The first half of the concert features the singers performing madrigals, interspersed with instrumental music of the same period - mostly played by recorder consort .(9) He was in no mood to risk a delay that might bring in the pirate ship's consort , which was daily expected, so he sent his men on board her that evening (Tuesday) and fired her.(10) It was at this point that a North Malabar princess, the consort of the Chirakkal Raja, arrived for worship at the temple.(11) To think that the absence of the monarch and her consort would mean so much less attention at the Guildhall is ridiculous.(12) At first, the likelihood that broken consort music would be audible from behind curtains seemed small - unless the fabric was very fine, which is why so few productions adopted curtains.(13) The pitch and scoring of the verse-anthem adaptation of the consort song present some serious problems.(14) The close relationship between the consort song and the Elizabethan verse anthem makes it at least possible that both genres began with the same scoring: voices and viols.(15) Years ago, on a Royal tour of Canada, the Queen and her consort , the Duke of Edinburgh stopped in Bumcrack, Sask., for a Royal visit and state dinner.(16) Based in Amsterdam, The Fortuna Consort is an early music group exploring renaissance consort music in the form of recorder trio and lute.
(1) queen consort :: consort frenhines
1. partner ::
2. choir ::
3. associate ::
4. run ::
5. affiliate ::
6. accord ::
Different Formsconsort, consorted, consorting, consorts
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