fraternise definition

  • verb:
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, just as if with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with some body, just as if with a brother, specifically with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with some one, as though with a brother, specifically with an enemy
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with someone, as if with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some one, as if with a brother, especially with an enemy
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, especially with an enemy
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, especially with an enemy
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some one, as though with a brother, specifically with an enemy
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, specifically with an enemy
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • Alternative spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with someone, like with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, particularly with an enemy
    • alternate spelling of fraternize.
    • be on friendly terms with some one, like with a brother, specially with an enemy

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