consociate

verb
con·so·ci·ate | \ kən-ˈsō-sē-ˌāt , -shē-ˌāt \
consociated; consociating

Definition of consociate 

transitive verb

: to bring into association

intransitive verb

: to associate especially in fellowship or partnership

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Examples of consociate in a Sentence

you'll be judged by those with whom you consociate

First Known Use of consociate

1566, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

History and Etymology for consociate

Latin consociatus, past participle of consociare, from com- + socius companion — more at social

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