To transfer to the custody of, usually for sale, transport, or safekeeping. (verb)
To entrust to the care of another. (verb)
To send to a final destination. (verb)
Examples of word consign
Black's 8th's definitions of "consign," "consignment," and "consignation" suggest that my previous speculation may be roughly correct ....
Or perhaps those who would benefit most from Imran Khan's wise suggestions are the timid little satrap/'allies' of NATO who would sooner waste their wealth, consign their sons to foreign graves and provoke generations of revenge attacks than tell a ranting yankee general at the NATO meetings to depart and leave the rest of us and themalone.
Because we cannot consign our nation to an open-ended recession.
Bobby Rush might call the bluff and dare Harry Reid et al. to consign the lone black Senator to the back of the bus.
Sadly, I must consign this one to the â€œWait for Netflixâ€ category, even if the small screen will diminish the imagery.