The act of ratifying or establishing, as if signing; confirmation.(noun)
A stamp; an indication.(noun)
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Use "consignation" in a sentence
"That previous, however, to the teas being shipped, factors should be appointed in Philadelphia, and the directors of the East India Company should _immediately_ advise them of their intended consignation, and direct them to engage"
"The influx of Europeans into North America led the Indian populations to displacement and eventually to consignation on reservations."
"Black's 8th's definitions of "consign," "consignment," and "consignation" suggest that my previous speculation may be roughly correct ...."