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fraternise

Sexology
verb To keep intimate company with a person.
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They use each other to validate their practice, they largely fraternise with each other and they exercise a huge degree of self- censorship when confronted by poor contemporary art.
Among them are a ban on performers who fraternise with patrons away from the premises; no prostitution; ban on performers earning commission on the sale of drinks; and an insistence that performers are only allowed to dance for seated, clothed patrons.
I have not had to change my conduct at all on the racecourse, because I never socialise or fraternise with jockeys there," said Hood.
Rev Latimer will fraternise with Martin McGuinness, the DUP do it every day of the week as they prop them up in Government.
I can't tell you if the natives were unfriendly, as my schoolgirl French was only good enough to enable me to buy bread and cheese and we were not encouraged by our youth group leaders to fraternise in case the locals were Roman Catholics.
THIS road movie reminds us that it doesn't do to fraternise with sinister truckers in the US midwest, as if they are all psychos.
If they fraternise with you, they betray their mother.
00), and in the maiden on Sir Michael Stoute's likely hot-pot Fraternise (4.