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liaison

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of liaison

  1. 1 the fact or state of having something in common <a variety of political factions are attracted to that presidential contender, but there doesn't appear to be much of a liaison between them and the candidate> Synonyms affinity, association, bearing, kinship, connection, linkage, relation, relationshipRelated Words correlation, interrelation; materiality, pertinence, relevance; bond, link, tie; affiliation, alliance, union; identicalness, sameness; alikeness, community, likeness, resemblance, similarity; accordance, agreement, conformity, congruity, correspondenceNear Antonyms variability, variance; incompatibility, incongruence, incongruity, incongruousness

  2. 2 the state of having shared interests or efforts (as in social or business matters) <the strong liaison between the parents and teachers is based on the fact that both have the students' best interests at heart> Synonyms affiliation, alliance, collaboration, confederation, connection, cooperation, hookup, association, linkup, partnership, relation, relationship, tie-up, unionRelated Words business, dealings, interaction; exchange, interconnection, interrelation, mutualism, reciprocity, symbiosis; incorporation, integration, merger, unification; affinity, attachment, closeness, intimacy, rapport, sympathy; kinship, oneness, solidarity, togetherness, unity; colleagueship, companionship, company, fellowship; bed, cahoots, leagueNear Antonyms breakup, dissolution, disunion; division, parting, separation, severance, split; alienation, divorce, estrangementAntonyms disaffiliation, dissociation




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