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cohort


cohort

noun

Definition of COHORT

1
a person frequently seen in the company of another <if you're trying to give up drinking, your cohorts shouldn't be confirmed party animals>
2
one associated with another in wrongdoing <she and her cohorts were arrested for shoplifting>
Synonyms abettor (also abetter), accessory (also accessary), cohort, confederate

February 27, 2015
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