Synonyms for Consort:
n.musical instrument, instrument, rhythm section, percussion, stringed instrument, tenor, alto, strings, brass. countess, hobnob, fraternize, aristocracy, aristocrat, near, hang out, baronetcy, baronet, hang around, archduke, baron, troop, baroness, count. mix, associate with, see, accompany, attend, hang around with, go around, get along, escort, socialize, accompanied, circulate, pal around, company, know. dance band, combo, better half, chamber orchestra, ensemble, gamelan, brass band, spouse, boy band, girl band, marriage. •accompaniment (noun)
adjunct, extension, addition, secondary, appurtenance, appendage, attachment, appendix, accessory, auxiliary, companion, garnish, second, extra, lieutenant, accompaniment, adornment, addendum, fixture, ornament, brother.
•associate, partner (noun)
husband, companion, accompaniment, spouse, wife.
assort, associate, accord, agree, choir, harmonise, affiliate, fit in, harmonize, run, concord.
•married man (noun)
•married woman (noun)
•be friendly with; fraternize (verb)
attend, associate, accompany, mix, hang around with, company.
better half, gamelan, baronetcy, brass band, stringed instrument, musical instrument, percussion, chamber orchestra, aristocracy, baroness, girl band, archduke, baronet, rhythm section, boy band, dance band, countess, aristocrat. spouse, brass, alto, fraternize, hobnob, instrument, baron, combo. ensemble. tenor, accompany. count. attend. company. •accompany
hang out, hang around with, associate with.
•Other relevant words:
choir, ensemble, accord, hobnob, accompany, circulate, baronet, better half, alto, mix, fit in, aristocrat, baronetcy, accompanied, affiliate, troop, harmonize, instrument, run, countess, archduke, hang around, baron, assort, agree, escort, spouse, hang out, wife, percussion, brass, attend, tenor, know, harmonise, associate with, husband, gamelan, socialize, fraternize, baroness, pal around, hang around with, associate, concord, company.
Usage examples for consort
In that speech he paid high tribute to the Queen for her attitude toward America, during the crisis of the Civil Wax, and to her royal consort Prince Albert. – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009