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  • Stop fraternizing and get over here!†   (source)
  • They pay me to appraise, not fraternize.†   (source)
  • In my experience, these creatures weren't the sleazeballs who'd act sexually toward prisoners; in fact, they would never fraternize with lower life-forms like us, and they reserved their most withering scorn for their colleagues who treated us humanely.†   (source)
  • This was the Ashley I remembered from my childhood, when the five-year gap didn't seem that large and we set up our Barbie worlds in the driveway every day after school, my Ken fraternizing with her Skipper.†   (source)
  • Frankly, though, I'd just as soon the officers and enlisted men didn't fraternize in the briefing room.†   (source)
  • He was the opposite of his flashy brothers, who drove Cadillac convertibles and fraternized with the shapely waitresses and cigarette girls employed at their father's casinos.†   (source)
  • She's in the other pannier of this horse, fraternizing with the man in charge.'†   (source)
  • Katie, an intern for the Jaguars, chose to quit her job and date Gannon, rather than conform to their no-fraternization clause.†   (source)
  • What happened to the rule of not fraternizing with the Daughters of Men?†   (source)
  • It marked the first time the two groups fraternized together under official sanction.†   (source)
  • Bronski — you have a special word with Bronski; he has a tendency to fraternize.†   (source)
  • When most of them had dismounted, they moved in a disorderly crowd toward the center of the clearing, mixed with the men of the 212th, and fraternized.†   (source)
  • "His top advisers in the campaign are lobbyists," Obama told his traveling press, making no secret of his disdain for politicians who fraternize with influence brokers.   (source)
  • The Marthas are not supposed to fraternize with us.†   (source)
  • Surely, Captain Walken, fraternizing with the passengers is forbidden the crew.†   (source)
  • Fraternize means to behave like a brother.†   (source)
  • From across the valley, Gunilla yelled, "No fraternizing!†   (source)
  • That's what it means by comforting the Queen's enemies and fraternizing with Humans.†   (source)
  • There was as yet no fraternizing among the party.†   (source)
  • But for the moment people in very different walks of life were rubbing shoulders, fraternizing.†   (source)
  • It was as if they had climbed out of their opposing trenches and met to fraternize among the wires in No Man's Land.†   (source)
  • He would have fraternized with obscure Hottentots.†   (source)
  • The altar and the throne fraternized majestically.†   (source)
  • Yes, when the house where he fraternizes is suspected.†   (source)
  • They sometimes meet, and fraternize there.†   (source)
  • —THE ATOM FRATERNIZES WITH THE HURRICANE Nevertheless, Gavroche pursued his way.†   (source)
  • They were not worldly young fellows, but fraternizing with dairy-folk would have struck unpleasantly upon their biased niceness, apart from their views of the match.†   (source)
  • As he walked through the train, looking for familiar faces, he saw only one person whom he knew, and that was Seneca Doane, the lawyer who, after the blessings of being in Babbitt's own class at college and of becoming a corporation-counsel, had turned crank, had headed farmer-labor tickets and fraternized with admitted socialists.†   (source)
  • So now I know I'm a materialist and I was fraternizing with the hay when you came out and stood by the woods, scared to death."†   (source)
  • Dowley and I fraternized at once; I had had just such picked men, splendid fellows, under me in the Colt Arms Factory.†   (source)
  • Even political principle must have been in danger of relaxation under such circumstances; and the violin, faithful to rotten boroughs, must have been tempted to fraternize in a demoralizing way with a reforming violoncello.†   (source)
  • Fashion understands itself; good-breeding and personal superiority of whatever country readily fraternize with those of every other.†   (source)
  • "Is one friend forbidden to visit another, or a Musketeer of my company to fraternize with a Guard of Dessessart's company?"†   (source)
  • Come, philosophers, teach, enlighten, light up, think aloud, speak aloud, hasten joyously to the great sun, fraternize with the public place, announce the good news, spend your alphabets lavishly, proclaim rights, sing the Marseillaises, sow enthusiasms, tear green boughs from the oaks.†   (source)
  • To offer thought to the thirst of men, to give them all as an elixir the notion of God, to make conscience and science fraternize in them, to render them just by this mysterious confrontation; such is the function of real philosophy.†   (source)
  • —THE ATOM FRATERNIZES WITH THE HURRICANE "Mother What's-your-name, I'm going to borrow your machine."†   (source)
  • We were then very near the epoch when the scavenger's carts, from the summit of which Sainte-Foix fraternized with the Marquis de Crequi, discharged their loads directly into the sewer.†   (source)
  • …to put an end to a situation, which had lasted too long, with a charter granted or with a legal country, when universal wrath was diffused in the atmosphere, when the city consented to the tearing up of the pavements, when insurrection made the bourgeoisie smile by whispering its password in its ear, then the inhabitant, thoroughly penetrated with the revolt, so to speak, was the auxiliary of the combatant, and the house fraternized with the improvised fortress which rested on it.†   (source)
  • All the harmony of the season was complete in one gracious whole; the entrances and exits of spring took place in proper order; the lilacs ended; the jasmines began; some flowers were tardy, some insects in advance of their time; the van-guard of the red June butterflies fraternized with the rear-guard of the white butterflies of May.†   (source)
  • And so the obscurity in the air and the obscurity in the land closed together in a black fraternization towards which each advanced half-way.†   (source)
  • The mass beside the atom; the strip of ruined wall and the broken bowl,—threatening fraternization of every sort of rubbish.†   (source)
  • …frankly covered with verdigris, Caiphas' spittle meets Falstaff's puking, the louis-d'or which comes from the gaming-house jostles the nail whence hangs the rope's end of the suicide. a livid foetus rolls along, enveloped in the spangles which danced at the Opera last Shrove-Tuesday, a cap which has pronounced judgment on men wallows beside a mass of rottenness which was formerly Margoton's petticoat; it is more than fraternization, it is equivalent to addressing each other as thou.†   (source)
  • PART IV CHAPTER I—THE ENEMY OF HIS KIND Had there been in White Fang's nature any possibility, no matter how remote, of his ever coming to fraternise with his kind, such possibility was irretrievably destroyed when he was made leader of the sled-team.†   (source)
    unconventional spelling: This is a British spelling. Americans use fraternize.
  • Let these shows be to you pacific arenas, where the victor in leaving it will hold forth a hand to the vanquished, and will fraternise with him in the hope of better success.†   (source)
  • At the end of his life he had become, on his own ground, as mellow as he was rich; he combined consummate shrewdness with the disposition superficially to fraternise, and his "social position," on which he had never wasted a care, had the firm perfection of an unthumbed fruit.†   (source)
  • Fraternizing was made difficult by the wide divergence in vocabulary and pronunciation—a divergence interpreted by each side as a sign of uncouthness.†   (source)
  • I must tell you, Ron, that nothing could put you in danger of losing your badge more than continued fraternisation with that boy.†   (source)
    unconventional spelling: This is a British spelling. Americans use fraternization.
  • On this basis an understanding was easily arrived at, and for several years Catherine fraternised with her young kinsmen.†   (source)
    unconventional spelling: This is the British spelling. Americans spell it fraternized.
  • Famous equality and fraternisation!†   (source)
  • She still fraternises with students, especially with the young Russians studying natural science and chemistry, with whom Heidelberg is crowded, and who, astounding the naive German professors at first by the soundness of their views of things, astound the same professors no less in the sequel by their complete inefficiency and absolute idleness.†   (source)
    unconventional spelling: This is the British spelling. Americans spell it fraternizes.
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