Definition of Consensuses

1. Noun. (plural of consensus) ¹



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Definition of Consensuses

1. consensus [n] - See also: consensus

Lexicographical Neighbors of Consensuses

consensual
consensual crime
consensual crimes
consensual light reflex
consensual reaction
consensualities
consensuality
consensually
consensus
consensus development conference
consensus development conferences
consensus reality
consensus sequence
consensus theorem
consensus trance
consensuses
consent
consent decree
consent of the governed
consent search
consent searches
consentaneity
consentaneous
consentaneously
consentaneousness
consented
consenter
consenters
consentient
consenting

Literary usage of Consensuses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Accounting Profession: Appendixes to Major Issues: Progress and Concerns by Donald H. Chapin, Robert W. Gramling (1996)
"FASB statements, interpretations, and technical bulletins; EITF consensuses; and AcSEC statements of position and practice alerts have significantly reduced ..."

2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1913)
"This consensus for the year is based on the PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY monthly consensuses for eleven months only, January-November, complete statistics for ..."

3. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong, Roul Tunley (1883)
"... to profess itself the sole and ex- capable receptacle of souls or extinct consensuses of hu- clusive method, and to stigmatize and repudiate what- I man ..."

4. Involving the Community: A Guide to Participatory Development Communication by Guy Bessette (2004)
"... of a road: as participation is facilitated and more feedback is gathered, more consensuses are developed and decisions are made, things change. ..."

5. In a New Century by Edward Sandford Martin (1908)
"It has no elections and no directors, but it has caucuses and consensuses of opinion and bosses, and to be perfectly organized it needs a supreme boss. ..."

6. Mexico by OECD Staff, Elizabeth Muller, SourceOECD (Online service), Mariano Gutierrez (2005)
"The National level CIO should be able to translate high-level political consensuses into IGT and e-government policy at the federal level and at the same ..."

7. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1917)
"This consensus for the year is based on the PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY monthly consensuses for eleven months only, January-November, complete statistics for ..."

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