And yet the subtle and overt use, the constant and consistence presence of sex, is hotter to me than some XXX-rated flicks.
The consistence of the brain was natural; he was opened twenty-four hours after death.
When the whole is properly mixed together it will have the consistence of paste.
The consistence of Arsenic is different, according to the degree of heat applied in subliming it.
When it had cooled it was taken out, and was of the colour and consistence of cheese.
The mixture of these two substances being complete, add sifted quick-lime, and make the whole into the consistence of putty.
Then add as much boiling water as will reduce it to the consistence of cream, and a table-spoonful of ketchup or walnut pickle.
It is of a pale yellow colour, and has the consistence of cream.
The variety in the nature, consistence and colour of these fluids.
Of this jelly take three or four spoonfuls, and mix to a consistence with emery.
c.1600, "state of standing still; firmness," from Middle French consistence (Modern French consistance) "a standing fast," from Medieval Latin consistentia, from Latin consistentem (nominative consistens), present participle of consistere (see consist). Meaning "coherence, solidity" is recorded from 1620s.
1590s, "firmness of matter," from Medieval Latin consistentia or directly from Latin consistentem, from consistere (see consist). Meaning "state of being in agreement or harmony" (with something) is from 1650s; meaning "self-consistent" is from 1716.