fraternise


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fraternise

Sexology
verb To keep intimate company with a person.
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Rev Latimer will fraternise with Martin McGuinness, the DUP do it every day of the week as they prop them up in Government.
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.
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It's not all plain sailing - there's an eight-year age difference between the two lovers, and nurses are forbidden to fraternise with their patients.
If they fraternise with you, they betray their mother.
They have to provide their own evening wear, don't get to fraternise with the stars, and don't get to attend a party
But that does mean she has to idolise and fraternise with a man responsible for thousands of cruel killings.
Prisoners moved there would not be allowed to fraternise with other paramilitary inmates.