Examples from the Web for consultant
“Voters knew about this and seemed not to care,” said Roy Moskowitz, a leading Democratic consultant on Staten Island.
Finally, John has been a consultant to Homeland throughout this season.
“Most of them have fathers who are untouchable,” Sara, an IT consultant in Tehran, told the Times.
Houston, where I have been working as a consultant, hardly qualifies as one of the most physically attractive or temperate cities.Battle of the Upstarts: Houston vs. San Francisco Bay|Joel Kotkin|October 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Voters are looking for something outside the box, and Charney gives them that,” the consultant said.
There must be a definite point to represent the consultant, and for this reason the saucer is usually rejected.Telling Fortunes by Tea Leaves|Cicely Kent
The consultant will be annoyed by somebody whose name begins with 'J,' and assisted by one bearing the initial 'Y.'Tea-Cup Reading, and the Art of Fortune-Telling by Tea Leaves|'A Highland Seer'
As one of his younger colleagues said, "he never wore the supreme air of a consultant."Makers of Modern Medicine|James J. Walsh
He was on an extended trip to New Mexico, serving as a consultant to the Navy's guided missiles projects.The Caves of Fear|John Blaine
He walked along, ignoring the triptych of silver partitions that marked the consultant chamber.Captives of the Flame|Samuel R. Delany
British Dictionary definitions for consultant
- a senior physician, esp a specialist, who is asked to confirm a diagnosis or treatment or to provide an opinion
- a physician or surgeon holding the highest appointment in a particular branch of medicine or surgery in a hospital
Word Origin and History for consultant
1690s, of persons going to oracles, from consult + -ant. Of physicians, from 1878; meaning "one qualified to give professional advice" is first attested 1893 in a Sherlock Holmes story. Related: Consultancy (1955).