fraternisation


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Synonyms for fraternisation

associating with others in a brotherly or friendly way

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This was, in part, due to strongly worded orders from the high commands of both sides prohibiting such fraternisation.
I'm not sure wee Jim McLean, who was United manager at the time, would have welcomed that kind of fraternisation between the players at both clubs.
Although fraternisation (as it used to be called) between patients and staff is forbidden, Sally is drawn to an Australian officer who has lost half his face.
And so it came about that at the end of the formal dinner - vegetable soup, stewed beef, apple crumble with condensed milk - I, who was far too junior to have been invited, walked on to the stage and announced that I had tried hard to discover a local entertainer of beauty and talent, but was persuaded by the citizens of this town with whom I was authorised to communicate (the fraternisation ban lasted until 1946) that the local star entertainer was none other than Herr Plattenkopf.
He's particularly interested in stories of fraternisation with the locals.
And there is little doubt that fraternisation between the Liberal Democrats and Labour in certain key seats could plunge the Conservatives into even greater trouble after the next general election.
I have no doubt that fraternisation would take place when the sub is deployed," said one submariner.
ISBN 0-330-39065-1) which tells the fascinating story of Allied-German fraternisation over Christmas 1914.
One Labour peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon, has already warned that this fraternisation is the first step along the road to a one party state.
No Gordonstoun-style fraternisation with the local "peasants.
Servants were not generally encouraged to mix at the estate; single sex living quarters and long working hours limited any prospects for fraternisation.
I went to the media because I was not being given any support by Defence," Courier Mail quoted the female cadet who admitted she broke college fraternisation rules when she went to Mr McDonald's room on March 29, 2011 to have mutually agreed sex.
So how then, on Black Country derby weekend of all weekends, do you account for his fraternisation with the opposition?
The British High Command, from the safety of its headquarters at St Omer 27 miles from the front, had expressly forbidden any fraternisation or temporary ceasefire over the Christmas period.
It could have been sticky, up there on the podium - both young women could face criticism when they return home for their fraternisation - but humanity and common sense triumphed.