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cohort

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of cohort

  1. 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> Synonyms associate, companion, compatriot, compeer, comrade, crony, fellow, hobnobber, mate, running mateRelated Words colleague, coworker, equal, peer, workmate; accomplice, affiliate, ally, collaborator, confederate, half, partner; buddy, chum, confidant, familiar, friend, hearty, intimate, pal; countryman; classmate, housemate, messmate, playfellow, playmate, roommate, schoolmate, shipmate, teammate; attendant, escort; hanger-on, leech, parasite

  2. 2 one associated with another in wrongdoing <she and her cohorts were arrested for shoplifting> Synonyms abettor (also abetter), accessory (also accessary), accomplice, confederateRelated Words collaborationist, collaborator, informant, informer; evidence, state's evidence; companion, comrade, crony, henchman, partner; conspirator, plotter, traitor; gangster, mobster, racketeer




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