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Synonyms for fraternise

be on friendly terms with someone, as if with a brother, especially with an enemy


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As a fellow, I will be able to use the society's facilities at 1, Wimpole Street - study in their fine library, fraternise with fellow fellows in the restaurant, common room, or bar, stay overnight in their hotel, participate in meetings and conferences, and possibly watch The Barretts of Wimpole Street, starring Norma Shearer as Elizabeth.
We didn't like to point out that as one of the judges it might not be the way forward to fraternise with him.
Despite Jared's lewd behaviour, the couple have come to an agreement - Jared will be allowed to fraternise with the trolley on weekends as long as he brings Cameron back a stash of ultra-soft toilet paper, the weekly baked bean rations and a jar of pickles from the grocery store where the silver beauty lives.
The reality is that he was poor, lacked any real education and did not fraternise with Pharisees or scholars.
As a shy, middle-class student at Oxford University, Charles is warned by his cousin Jasper (Teverson) not to fraternise with lushes like Sebastian Flyte (Whishaw).
Acrimony got to such a pitch that he heard certain professionals were told they should not even fraternise with one another.
Prison rules make it clear that employees cannot fraternise with former inmates without permission,' said a spokesman.
Yesterday, the Stars and Stripes military newspaper website featured stories from readers who delighted in the ways Hope would snub military brass to fraternise with the regular guys.
There are still sportswriters who can keep a secret and some players prepared to fraternise.
But writing from the frontline, Hawksley, then 37, of the Royal Field Artillery, told his sister in County Durham: "The Seaforths would have none of it and when the Germans in front of them tried to fraternise and leave their trenches, the Seaforths warned them that they would shoot.