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consociate

verb con·so·ci·ate \kən-ˈsō-sē-ˌāt, -shē-ˌāt\
con·so·ci·at·edcon·so·ci·at·ing

Definition of CONSOCIATE

transitive verb
:  to bring into association
intransitive verb
:  to associate especially in fellowship or partnership

Examples of CONSOCIATE

  1. <you'll be judged by those with whom you consociate>

Origin of CONSOCIATE

Latin consociatus, past participle of consociare, from com- + socius companion — more at social
First Known Use: 1566

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