With a voice thick with tears, Collins told Fajuri he had stopped performing in 2000 and it was time to consign the piece.
Ford may have been seeking a place in heaven, the Journal warned, but this action would more likely consign him to hell.
Because we cannot consign our nation to an open-ended recession.
One phrase I would dearly like to consign to the can is Out of the Box.
And why would she consign herself to lame-duck status, even if two years from now that might be her intention?
He merely states it as a case of the supernatural without attempting to consign it to any special category.
Only the Prime Minister himself, personally, can so consign a paper.
Do I let the poor suffer, and consign them, as old Friedrich used to say, to statistics and the devil?
Dick has no such power over me as to consign me to misery everlasting.
But to-day they consented on condition I'd receive the food (for the Belgians) and consign it to Whitlock.
early 15c., "to ratify by a sign or seal," from Middle French consigner (15c.), from Latin consignare "to seal, register," originally "to mark with a sign," from com- "together" (see com-) + signare "to sign, mark," from signum "sign" (see sign (n.)). Commercial sense is from 1650s. Related: Consignee; consignor.