Ford may have been seeking a place in heaven, the Journal warned, but this action would more likely consign him to hell.
One phrase I would dearly like to consign to the can is Out of the Box.
With a voice thick with tears, Collins told Fajuri he had stopped performing in 2000 and it was time to consign the piece.
And why would she consign herself to lame-duck status, even if two years from now that might be her intention?
Because we cannot consign our nation to an open-ended recession.
He merely states it as a case of the supernatural without attempting to consign it to any special category.
Dick has no such power over me as to consign me to misery everlasting.
Do I let the poor suffer, and consign them, as old Friedrich used to say, to statistics and the devil?
Only the Prime Minister himself, personally, can so consign a paper.
But to-day they consented on condition I'd receive the food (for the Belgians) and consign it to Whitlock.
early 15c., "to ratify by a sign or seal," from Middle French consigner (15c.), from Latin consignare "to seal, register," originally "to mark with a sign," from com- "together" (see com-) + signare "to sign, mark," from signum "sign" (see sign (n.)). Commercial sense is from 1650s. Related: Consignee; consignor.