Definition of Fraternizations

1. Noun. (plural of fraternization) ¹



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Definition of Fraternizations

1. fraternization [n] - See also: fraternization

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fraternizations

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

Literary usage of Fraternizations

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1. Forty Years of American Life by Thomas Low Nichols (1864)
"Political fraternizations. —Influence of bishops and clergy.—The Irish on the negro question.—Politics of the Germans.—Prolific races.—British residents. ..."

2. The Contemporary Review (1866)
"... those oily platform fraternizations, which, as far as our experience has gone, are strictly confined to the two hours of the public meeting. ..."

3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1833)
"... illegal fraternizations, and symbols of criminal opposition,” by which it was stated to have been characterized—and declaring its determination to ..."

4. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"This internationalist convention was still too nationalist for the mysterious men who, since the preceding May, had never ceased to engineer fraternizations ..."

5. Mercersburg Review by Reformed Church in the United States Publications Board, German Reformed Church in the United States (1857)
"... and the essential brotherhood of the race, and are prophetic of the still greater possible achievements and fraternizations of the future. ..."

6. Life of Reverdy Johnson by Bernard Christian Steiner (1914)
"... his fraternizations with unworthy persons, his post-prandial oratory, and his difficulties of all kinds about dinners, to the contrary notwithstanding. ..."

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