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consort in Government topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsortcon‧sort1 /ˈkɒnsɔːt $ ˈkɑːnsɔːrt/ noun [countable]  1 PGthe wife or husband of a ruler prince consort2 APMa group of people who play very old music, or the group of old-fashioned instruments they use3 in consort (with somebody)
Examples from the Corpus
consortCould mule pregnancies be interfered with by giving the mare a skin graft from her prospective donkey consort?It was over in a moment, and there she was, hooked to her consort, swinging like a pendulum!All genes fall into one of several groups that are passed on in consort.Both can take new consorts but only their daughter can be the new Everqueen.Aboard steps a busker in a perky kiss-me-quick hat with lucky heather stuck in the band, accompanied by a face-painted consort.Except for the consort song, all of these types of composition are represented somewhere among the studies presented here.