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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 of liaison affinity, association, bearing, kinship, connection, linkage, relation, relationshipWords Related to liaison correlation, interrelation; materiality, pertinence, relevance; bond, link, tie; affiliation, alliance, union; identicalness, sameness; alikeness, community, likeness, resemblance, similarity; accordance, agreement, conformity, congruity, correspondenceNear Antonyms of liaison 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 of liaison affiliation, alliance, collaboration, confederation, connection, cooperation, hookup, association, linkup, partnership, relation, relationship, tie-up, unionWords Related to liaison 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 of liaison breakup, dissolution, disunion; division, parting, separation, severance, split; alienation, divorce, estrangementAntonyms of liaison disaffiliation, dissociation



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