b big /bɪɡ/
d dig /dɪɡ/

dʒ jet /dʒɛt/
ð then /ðɛn/
f fig /fɪɡ/
ɡ get /ɡɛt/
h how /haʊ/
j yes /jɛs/
k kit /kɪt/
l leg /lɛɡ/
m main /meɪn/
n net /nɛt/
ŋ thing /θɪŋ/
p pit /pɪt/
r rain /reɪn/
s sit /sɪt/
ʃ ship /ʃɪp/
t tame /teɪm/
tʃ chip /tʃɪp/
θ thin /θɪn/
v vet /vɛt/
w win /wɪn/
z zip /zɪp/
ʒ vision /ˈvɪʒ(ə)n/
x (Scottish) loch /lɒx/
ɬ (Welsh) penillion /pɛˈnɪɬɪən/
by _The Secret_ October 27, 2019
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An agreement or harmony, especially in the words of a poem.
"I have never felt a breeze so strong. It reminds me pleasantly of spring. The air doth sweetly sing."

"What 'da fuck you talkin' bout?! I don't wanna here 'dat consonance shit."
by D-Vo January 20, 2006
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A mix of two classic sandwiches, the italian and american sandwich, consisting of both meats.
Sal: Yo, I just had a foot long conson, man was that thing big, but I still managed a 3 bite.
by Sidney Ponson June 27, 2008
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The reason why it's 'big tiddy goth gf' and not 'big tidy goth gf'

as good as a tidy partner sounds...
Dude: Hey man, check out all these words with double consonants! Daddy, little, saggy, sloppy!
Man: Wow that's so cool
by BingBongMcFiddles January 16, 2019
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A situation in Wordle in which the player has correctly established all but one letter, leaving a missing consonant. The cliff occurs when there are more consonants that could work than remaining guesses, leaving the player helpless and in fear of going over the “consonant cliff
Hey alright! I got SHA*E on my first guess! So it’s gotta be SHADE…nope. Okay, SHAPE!….hmm, SHAME? GODDAMN IT! Here we go, SHALE! FUCK.

Last guess….SHARE??? It’s fucking SHAKE?? ! Fell to my death off the consonant cliff!!!
by PhatDaddyRed May 9, 2022
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When words seem to consist of more consonants than vowels and are extremely long and complicated, e.g. in German language
"Donaudampfschifffahrtselektrizitätenhauptbetriebswerkbauunterbeamtengesellschaft is really a consonant Gangbang, don't you think?" (German for Danube shipping electricity main operations facility construction administrator's society)
by Hafu Wasabi March 10, 2023
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Mistakenly omitting a consonant from a word, resulting in a sentance or phrase taking on a different meaning altogether. I first saw it used in a book by Graham Rawle, but I think it's a generic term.
After golf, David went for a drink in the cub bar.
by phil Rayner June 6, 2004
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