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a husband or wife

to be with or go with (another)

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the husband or wife of a reigning monarch

a family of similar musical instrument playing together

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keep company

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And beside him, equally hideous, stood two powerful hyenas--carrion-eaters consorting with carrion.
It is only by inquiry and perseverance that one sometimes gets hints of those secrets; and by a similar diligence every person who treads the Pall Mall pavement and frequents the clubs of this metropolis knows, either through his own experience or through some acquaintance with whom he plays at billiards or shares the joint, something about the genteel world of London, and how, as there are men (such as Rawdon Crawley, whose position we mentioned before) who cut a good figure to the eyes of the ignorant world and to the apprentices in the park, who behold them consorting with the most notorious dandies there, so there are ladies, who may be called men's women, being welcomed entirely by all the gentlemen and cut or slighted by all their wives.
The deal covers a non-compete clause that prohibits Reinhart from working for or consorting with the Port of Virginia's competitors for two years after his employment with the port authority ends, moreover Reinhart is also forbidden from working for or with and from consorting with 22 shipping lines.