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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fraternize.


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  • Tell, who spilt the blood of a tyrant to save a nation, fraternizes in some sort with John the Parricide.

    A Woman of Thirty

  • Ms. Steinem fraternizes — sororitizes? — with younger women, too, including members of the rock band Betty, who she said look after her pop-culture education, (which included a cameo appearance on The L Word last year).

    Gloria Steinem

  • With proper restrictions however, I revere the institution which fraternizes the world.

    Maria; or The Wrongs of Woman

  • "The Guard fraternizes with the people," replied Ledru Rollin.

    Edmond Dantès

  • The National Guard fraternizes with the populace; the Line fraternizes with the Guard.

    Edmond Dantès

  • The gay world often fraternizes willingly with those who are interested in philanthropic works.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • The German Army and the German people are one and today this consciousness fraternizes 70,000,000 of Germans, all ranks, positions, and parties being one.

    New York Times, Current History, Vol 1, Issue 1 From the Beginning to March, 1915 With Index

  • The sulphur, being more than is wanted in the economy of the system, has made its escape through every pore in his skin, and, of course, fraternizes with the silver on its way.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 21, July, 1859

  • It sits in parliament and carried on bourgeois politics; in the Ruhr in 1920 it negotiated with the bourgeois military; it fought on the side of Stinnes in the Ruhr action against France by means of passive resistance; it falls victim to the cult of bourgeois nationalism and fraternizes with fascists; it pushes itself into bourgeois governments in order to help further Russia's policy of capitalist construction from there.

    The Bourgeois to the Proletarian Revolution by Ottle Ruhle (Part 2)

  • After the show, the orchestra usually breaks up into parties for a final drink, or sometimes fraternizes with the last call and makes a bunch for supper at Sam Isaacs '.

    Nights in London


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