fraternize definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To keep company with other people in a brotherly or congenial means.
    • To associate on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, frequently in breach of control or instructions.
    • To keep company with other people in a brotherly or congenial method.
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or congenial method.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, usually in breach of control or instructions.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, often in infraction of discipline or purchases.
    • To connect or hold fellowship as brothers, or as guys of like occupation or character; to own brotherly thoughts.
    • To connect or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like profession or character; to possess brotherly feelings.
    • To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like profession or character; having brotherly emotions.
    • To associate with other people in a brotherly or congenial way.
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or congenial method.
    • To keep company with other individuals in a brotherly or congenial means.
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or congenial way.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, often in violation of discipline or instructions.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, often in breach of discipline or purchases.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, usually in infraction of control or purchases.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, often in violation of discipline or purchases.
    • To associate with other people in a brotherly or congenial method.
    • To associate with other individuals in a brotherly or congenial means.
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or congenial way.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing team, frequently in violation of discipline or sales.
    • To associate on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing team, often in violation of control or requests.
    • To connect on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing team, often in infraction of discipline or purchases.
    • To connect or hold fellowship as brothers, or as males of like career or character; to possess brotherly emotions.
    • To connect or hold fellowship as brothers, or as guys of like occupation or character; to own brotherly emotions.
    • To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like occupation or character; having brotherly thoughts.
    • To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like profession or character; to own brotherly feelings.
    • To keep company with other individuals in a brotherly or congenial way.
    • To connect or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like career or character; to own brotherly thoughts.
    • To associate on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, often in violation of control or instructions.
    • To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as guys of like occupation or character; to own brotherly feelings.
    • To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as men of like profession or character; to own brotherly thoughts.
    • To associate or hold fellowship as brothers, or as males of like career or personality; to possess brotherly thoughts.
  • verb:
    • To associate with other individuals in a brotherly or friendly manner;
    • To connect as buddies with an enemy, in infraction of duty
    • To keep company with other individuals in a brotherly or friendly way;
    • To keep company with other individuals in a brotherly or friendly manner;
    • To associate as buddies with an enemy, in violation of responsibility
    • To associate as pals with an enemy, in breach of responsibility
    • be on friendly terms with some body, like with a brother, particularly with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with some body, as if with a brother, particularly with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with some one, just as if with a brother, particularly with an enemy
    • To associate with other individuals in a brotherly or friendly way;
    • To keep company with other individuals in a brotherly or friendly fashion;
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or friendly fashion;
    • To associate with others in a brotherly or friendly way;
    • To associate as pals with an enemy, in breach of duty
    • To connect as pals with an enemy, in infraction of responsibility
    • To associate as pals with an enemy, in infraction of duty
    • To associate as friends with an enemy, in infraction of responsibility
    • To associate with others in a brotherly or friendly fashion;
    • To keep company with other people in a brotherly or friendly fashion;
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or friendly manner;
    • To connect as pals with an enemy, in violation of responsibility
    • To associate as friends with an enemy, in infraction of duty
    • To connect as buddies with an enemy, in violation of responsibility
    • To keep company with others in a brotherly or friendly manner;
    • To connect as friends with an enemy, in violation of duty
    • be on friendly terms with somebody, as if with a brother, specifically with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with someone, like with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with someone, as if with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with some body, like with a brother, especially with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with someone, as if with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with somebody, as though with a brother, specially with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with somebody, as if with a brother, particularly with an enemy
    • be on friendly terms with somebody, just as if with a brother, specifically with an enemy
  • verb-transitive:
    • to carry into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • To bring into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • To bring into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • to carry into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • to create into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • To bring into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • to carry into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • To bring into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • to carry into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • To bring into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
    • to create into fellowship or brotherly sympathy.
  • others:
    • To associate, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • To bring into fraternal connection or into sympathy.
    • Also spelled fraternise.
    • To connect, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • to carry into fraternal relationship or into sympathy.
    • additionally spelled fraternise.
    • To connect, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly sex; have sympathetic relations.
    • To bring into fraternal organization or into sympathy.
    • Also spelled fraternise.
    • To connect, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly sexual intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • To associate, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly sexual intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • To connect, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • To associate, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly sexual intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • to create into fraternal connection or into sympathy.
    • to create into fraternal connection or into sympathy.
    • To bring into fraternal relationship or into sympathy.
    • To associate, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • To associate, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly sex; have sympathetic relations.
    • Also spelled fraternise.
    • In addition spelled fraternise.
    • additionally spelled fraternise.
    • to create into fraternal relationship or into sympathy.
    • To connect, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly sex; have sympathetic relations.
    • to create into fraternal association or into sympathy.
    • to carry into fraternal organization or into sympathy.
    • In addition spelled fraternise.
    • In addition spelled fraternise.
    • to create into fraternal organization or into sympathy.
    • To associate, sympathize, or hold fellowship as brothers; hold brotherly intercourse; have sympathetic relations.
    • In addition spelled fraternise.
    • to create into fraternal organization or into sympathy.
    • In addition spelled fraternise.
    • additionally spelled fraternise.

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