fraternize

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Synonyms for fraternize

Synonyms for fraternize

to be with as a companion

Synonyms for fraternize

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

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Fans from both nations fraternised in total peace outside the ground, while the atmosphere inside was incredible.
So thousands from both sides met for a while and fraternised, even playing football with bully beef tins.
Riordan also fraternised with Yuri Gagarin, the first man to orbit the Earth in space.
NB: On the marriage of his son Omar to Jane Felix-Browne (right) a 51-year-old, five-times-married mother-of-three who fraternised with Hells Angels and has obscured her back with the tattoo of a black widow spider, not a word.
ASAUDI cleric, Abdel Rahman bin Abdel Aziz al-Sudeis, is blaming a drought on women who did not wear veils and fraternised with men.