He cannot consult Mr. Ed, but he could take some guidance from a horse that shares the same ancestry.
Alternatively, one can consult facts—and it's no wonder, when you do, why Berman and Davenport don't mention any numbers.
Touting his 9-9-9 tax plan will not be an acceptable answer, nor will “I will consult my advisers.”
These days, Mel Gibson is one of the few celebrities who refuses to consult a rabbi—and look what a happened to him!
Business leaders and groups we consult for our study consistently put cost at the top of their criteria.
But why, instead of consulting us, do you not consult our friend Socrates about the education of the youths?
I hastened down to the pilot-house to consult the Coast Pilot.
They rule you at their pleasure, and their pleasure is all they consult.
Alfred then said—“Well, but now, before we act, let us consult what is best to be done.”
If the reader will consult the map of Georgia he will understand this, too.
1520s, from Middle French consulter (16c.), from Latin consultare "consult, take the advice of," frequentative of consulere "to take counsel, meet and consider" (see consultation). Related: Consulted; consulting.