Definition of Consociates
1. consociate [v] - See also: consociate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Consociates
Literary usage of Consociates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of All the Religious Denominations in the United States by Israel Daniel Rupp, John Winebrenner (1848)
"The first consociates with Alexander Mack, ... Mack and his consociates did not concur with the views of the Mennonites on this subject : they had ..."
2. God Manifest: A Treatise on the Goodness, Wisdom, and Power of God, as by Oliver Prescott Hiller (1858)
"Not only will the good of all times be " cotemporaries " and consociates, ... of itself consociates and conjoins: being one in spirit, they cannot but be ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901)
"... he reciprocates the loathing and glories in the contumely, feeling that it allies him the more closely with venerated consociates like puma and shark, ..."
4. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson. by Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Adgate Lipscomb, Albert Ellery Bergh (1905)
"... therefore I would advise you to thrust out Lieutenant Filcher, and I having a part in the plantation, will receive you as my partners and consociates, ..."