Appeals to “collective will” and the judgment of “history” are not consonant with liberal thought.
Romney's teenage bullying hurts him because it is consonant with his adult record.
We can say what we like, do what we like, so long as it is consonant with the public good.
They were consonant with early Roman mores which were warlike.
Worship and sacrifice, as mere acts toward supernatural beings, may be consonant with any number of lapses in conduct.
In a rigorous and abstract sense, the consonant has no sound of its own.
Now this sound goes from the highest to the lowest of the Italian vowels, beginning with the consonant m.
I is a consonant when it represents the consonant y, as in alien.
He shews that the name was of Egyptian original, at least consonant to the language of Egypt; for it was the same as the Nile.
Ah, but who determines what is consonant with the public good?
early 15c., from Old French consonant (13c.), from Latin consonantem (nominative consonans), present participle of consonare (see consonant (n.)).