- To be comprised or composed: New York City includes five boroughs. See Usage Note at include.
- to possess a basis; reside or rest: The beauty of the musician's style consists with its simpleness.
- becoming appropriate; agreement: the data consists along with her account.
- To stand fast; to be in a fixed or permanent state, as a body made up of parts in union or link; to put on collectively; become; to exist; to subsist; become supported and preserved.
- is composed or made; -- accompanied by of.
- having as the compound or personality, or as its basis; to-be; -- followed by in.
- becoming constant or harmonious; to stay conformity; -- formerly made use of definitely, today accompanied by with.
- To insist; -- followed closely by upon.
- To be comprised or within.
- is composed, formed, or comprised of.
- be constant in type, tenor, or personality; be congruous
- originate (in)
- have its important personality; be made up or contained in; be embodied in
- be composed of
- A lineup or sequence of railway carriages or vehicles, with or without a locomotive, that form a unit.
- To stand together; maintain a hard and fast or permanent condition, as a body composed of components in union or link; thus, to be; exist; subsist; be supported and preserved.
- to keep coherent, steady, or fixed.
- To abide; sleep; be made up, contained, performed, or indicated: followed closely by in.
- to-be composed; consist: accompanied by of.
- is suitable, constant, or unified; be in conformity; harmonize; accord: today accompanied by with, formerly in addition used absolutely.
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