Consignments [noun]

Definition of Consignments:

entrusting, handing over

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Sentence/Example of Consignments:

Retailers like The RealReal or the Vestiaire Collective provide a digital marketplace for authenticated luxury consignment, where people buy and sell designer labels such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Hermès.

In the latest sign luxury companies can’t ignore the booming secondhand market, Gucci and luxury consignment site The RealReal today announced a new partnership.

Among the things she brought back—more as a curiosity than as an article of cargo—was a consignment of Chinese firecrackers.

The consignment consisted of 19 tons, and were sold by auction, mostly being bought by a local "fertiliser" merchant.

It seemed that the details of the trip to bring the consignment of furs across the border had been settled.

In 1842, I determined to make the venture of sending a consignment of brass clocks to Old England.

Pyne, who missed nothing, shook his head when it became evident that the last consignment was safely stored away.

When the first consignment reached the rock, another lusty cheer boomed from the watching vessels.

He had followed the consignment, and had seen it deposited at the door of one of the official offices.

One evening we had a consignment into the road just outside my bomb-proof, attracted by a herd of mules going to water.