Definition of Fraternizers

1. Noun. (plural of fraternizer) ¹



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Definition of Fraternizers

1. fraternizer [n] - See also: fraternizer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fraternizers

fraternisation
fraternisations
fraternise
fraternised
fraternises
fraternising
fraternities
fraternity
fraternity house
fraternizable
fraternization
fraternizations
fraternize
fraternized
fraternizer
fraternizers (current term)
fraternizes
fraternizing
fraters
fratery
frathouse
frathouses
frati
fratrage
fratricidal
fratricidally
fratricide
fratricides
fratries
fratry

Literary usage of Fraternizers

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1. History of the United States of America Under the Constitution by James Schouler (1904)
"... North Carolina, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Texas a decided and generally an increased Democratic preponderance over the American fraternizers. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1794)
"... alas ! by the fraternizers of the human race, that they have, at le.dl, remaining to them in Dr. О— the pro- ..."

3. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1889)
"Here again I join issue with the fraternizers, and positively deny the fact. Some submission or other has been obtained by some means or other to every ..."

4. Memoirs of Barras, Member of the Directorate by Paul Barras, George Duruy (1895)
"... the fraternizers, led by generals in uniform, proceeded to the appointed place, and entered the camp of Grenelle without encountering any opposition, ..."

5. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1869)
"Here again I join issue with the fraternizers, and positively deny the fact. Some submission or other has been obtained, by some means or other, ..."

6. Memoirs of Barras, Member of the Directorate by Paul Barras, George Duruy (1895)
"... the execution of which seemed a matter of course to men led astray by their energy itself, the fraternizers, led by generals in uniform, proceeded to ..."

7. Literary Reminiscences: From the Autobiography of an English Opium-eater by Thomas De Quincey (1861)
"It must be remembered that the society of Liverpool wits, on whom my retrospect is now glancing, were all Whigs — all, indeed, fraternizers with French ..."

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