Consignation

Con`sig*na"tion

(?), n. [L. consignatio written proof, document: cf. F. consignation comsignation.] 1. The act of consigning; the act of delivering or committing to another person, place, or state. [Obs.]
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So is despair a certain consignation to eternal ruin.
Jer. Taylor.
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2. The act of ratifying or establishing, as if by signing; confirmation; ratification.
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A direct consignation of pardon.
Jer. Taylor.
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3. A stamp; an indication; a sign. [Obs.]
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The most certain consignations of an excellent virtue.
Jer. Taylor.
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