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Synonyms for consign

Synonyms for consign

to put in the charge of another for care, use, or performance

to place officially in confinement

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

Synonyms for consign

commit forever

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give over to another for care or safekeeping

send to an address

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Collapsing power-sharing and returning to direct rule from London would consign unionists to second class citizenship, the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) has said.
Bankruptcy law allows third-party creditors of a consignee to attach consigned property in the consignee's possession when the consignee declares bankruptcy unless a consignor has acted to perfect a security interest in the consigned goods by complying with commercial law requirements.
After a thorough forensic audit, the people who looted so many millions of pounds of public money should be consigned to jail where they belong - but not to Kilmarnock, with its satellite TV and softly, softly guards.
Vendors also tend to consign merchandise that is less marketable because of current design or color trends -- even quality.
Although Le Monde likes almost none of our shows and its critics consign the current productions at the Opera to the category of clunkers, alien to all innovation, it seemed to me that our very wide public still approves and supports our work.
CONSIGN was retained on the list after blowing the start in the Lincoln last month and is well drawn at Haydock.
You hear it all the time: "We don't buy art"; "I don't consign art" "We can't afford to advertise" "We don't have room"; "We have to discount"; "We've always done it this way."
"L[ouise] N[eri]: We've asked ourselves many times whether there are 'millennial tendencies' in the work we have looked at, and paradoxically, what we've ended up locating are the continuities in art rather than the ruptures, the depths of artistic motivation rather than its passing symptoms, the state of poetic contradiction to which artists consign themselves - postmodern deconstruction seems very far away!" Uh-huh.
BOC also said that four of the five shipments were consigned to Ingredient Management Asia Inc., while the other was consigned to Mcrey International Trading.
A creditor that satisfies all of the requirements for consignment contained in Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code ("UCC") obtains a first and prior interest in its consigned goods.
The cargoes were consigned to Power Buster Marketing, Blue Harbor Comm, and King's Empire Asian Marketing, according to the Customs bureau.
The drug shipment was consigned to Cristian Chan, of San Juan City.
OVER the years I have submitted many letters to the Talkback page of the Birmingham Mail voicing my concerns about British Industries being sold off to our foreign competitors, household names which have been there for generations, all consigned to the rubbish bin of industrial history.
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