Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of fraternise.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There can be no "fraternising" with Fritz until he realises that he has been fooled by his War Lords; and his awakening is a long way off.

    Mr. Punch's History of the Great War

  • Enter stage left, Lady Mary and her haunted vagina: Sybil why are you fraternising with a lowly chauffeur?

    Downton Abbey: Grace Dent's TV OD

  • Stalker suspended for alleged criminal fraternising (exonerated), said Taylor accepted £1,000,000 plus from Grt Manchester Police who maliciously prosecuted him causing him to be bankrupt

    Sir Ronnie Flanagan - HMIC Policing Report « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • What we have always had is a monarchy that proudly heads the Commonwealth, fraternising regularly with the white sections of it, while keeping well away from interacting on a personal level with its people of colour.

    Is Prince Harry Really Racist?

  • Channel Four's second Undercover Mosque pictured quite clearly that certain elements were absolutely against fraternising with westerners so who is creating the phobia there?

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Political careers in Britain can be destroyed too for fraternising with extreme parties such as the BNP.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • After the pledges were exchanged, the Macrones fell to vigorously hewing down trees and constructing a road to help them across, mingling freely with the Hellenes and fraternising in their midst, and they afforded them as good as market as they could, and for three days conducted them on their march, until they had brought them safely to the confines of the Colchians.

    Anabasis

  • I heard she is in Scotland fraternising with her pal relative? the execrable Terry Kelly, probably the best example of retarded socialism in the west of Scotland.

    I Smell a Rat in the House

  • For dining with the enemy also means fraternising with the enemy's clone, heir or messenger and thinking...my God, he's turning into Blair...just as Broon's turning into DC...

    Lunch with Gordon ... Or Was It?!

  • We wonder how her colleagues will feel about her being in the Lions Den and fraternising with the enemy?

    Labour councillor goes into the Tory Lions Den?

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