Definition of Fraternization

1. Noun. Associating with others in a brotherly or friendly way; especially with an enemy.

Exact synonyms: Fraternisation
Generic synonyms: Association
Derivative terms: Fraternise, Fraternize



Definition of Fraternization

1. n. The act of fraternizing or uniting as brothers.

Definition of Fraternization

1. Noun. The act of fraternizing or uniting as brothers. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fraternization

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Fraternization

1. The act of fraternizing or uniting as brothers. "I hope that no French fraternization . . . Could so change the hearts of Englishmen." (Burke) Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fraternization

fraternalize
fraternalized
fraternalizes
fraternalizing
fraternally
fraternisation
fraternisations
fraternise
fraternised
fraternises
fraternising
fraternities
fraternity
fraternity house
fraternizable
fraternization (current term)
fraternizations
fraternize
fraternized
fraternizer
fraternizers
fraternizes
fraternizing
fraters
fratery
frathouse
frathouses
frati
fratrage
fratricidal

Literary usage of Fraternization

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1. The Military Commander & the Law edited by Richard A. Gittins (1998)
"AND UNPROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS The "custom of the service" against officer/enlisted fraternization was inherited from the British. ..."

2. Martyrdom in Missouri: A History of Religious Proscription, the Seizure of by William M. Leftwich (1870)
"... of 1848 Pronounce the Whole Proceedings Null and Void—Dr. Lovick Pierce Rejected — fraternization Denied—Responsibility of Non-fraternization—Northern ..."

3. A History of French Private Law by Jean Brissaud, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"fraternization. hood. § 177. Adoption is an archaic institution serving the purpose of gathering recruits for the family; he who has no children creates for ..."

4. Recollections of a Minister to France, 1869-1877 by Elihu Benjamin Washburne (1887)
"The Insurrection of March 18th—fraternization of the Troops of the Line and the National Guard—The Government Driven to Versailles—Formation of the Central ..."

5. The French Revolution of 1789 as Viewed in the Light of Republican Institutions by John Stevens Cabot Abbott (1887)
"Gatherings at the Palais Royal.—Disaffection of the Soldiers.—Imprisonment and Rescue.—fraternization.—Petition to the Assembly.—Wishes of the Patriots. ..."

6. St. Lucia: Historical, Statistical, and Descriptive by Henry Hegart Breen (1844)
"... CHAPTER V. Population—Different Classifications—Aliens—Their Anomalous Position —Former Rivalry and present fraternization of the English and French ..."

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