Definition of consort:
hightail it, connect, brass, incline, constellation, campaign, cluster, hold, glee club, play, battery, mate, check, draw, accompanied, array, wife, run away, Count, knot, head for the hills, fellow, flow, run, strings, link, function, feed, instrument, pal around, pass, assort, extend, concur, know, lead, choir, run for, accord, agree, helpmate, get along, scat, hang around, accomplice, clutch, correspond, bleed, separate, harmonise, break away, circulate, range, tally, be given, sort out, escape, stringed instrument, aristocrat, grant, huddle, better half, partner, grouping, peer, die hard, race, gibe, parcel, socialize, attend, mix, alto, colligate, baronet, company, harmonize, fit in, chamber orchestra, link up, baronetcy, unravel, lean, husband, lot, coadjutor, gamelan, escort, girl band, ply, baron, go around, hunt down, rhythm section, marriage, classify, prevail, body, chord, chorale, hang around with, tie in, spouse, associate with, track down, take to the woods, combo, class, troop, percussion, jibe, ladder, melt, dance band, near, crop, archduke, hunt, tend, passel, consociate, turn tail, sort, allot, concord, friend, confederate, melt down, band, chum, boodle, ally, execute, comrade, work, associate, tenor, musical instrument, countess, hobnob, guide, operate, lam, scarper, reconcile, colleague, brass band, carry, endure, move, aristocracy, affiliate, ensemble, bunch, match, fit, fly the coop, baroness, relate, see, boy band, hang out, party, course, black market, persist, batch, bunk, accompany, go, fraternize.
On our quitting the coast, and consequently all hopes of being joined by our consort, I had the satisfaction to find that not a man was dejected, or thought the dangers we had yet to go through, were in the least increased by being alone; but as cheerfully proceeding to the south, or wherever I might think proper to lead them, as if the Adventure, or even more ships, had been in our company.- "A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, Volume 1", James Cook.
- "Terre Napoleon A history of French explorations and projects in Australia", Ernest Scott.
- "Alexander's Bridge and The Barrel Organ", Willa Cather and Alfred Noyes.