conslut v. con-slut-ing, -slut-ed, -sluts, -sluter. 1. a. to give advice
or information of highly charged, highly
encoded jargon at exhorbitant prices (usu. hourly) b. To 'sell out' or
give in to monetary pressures. 2. To have
a taste for snake oil; consider: conslut one's bank book before making
major purchases or expenditures. 3.
To exchange views for money. 4. To give expert advise as a professional
-n. A conslutation, a. in exchange
for presents, trinkets, and other gratuities b. To cede favors of a
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