fraternization fraternization


  • (n) associating with others in a brotherly or friendly way; especially with an enemy


  1. The plain fact was that non-fraternization was sound in purpose, unenforceable in practice.
  2. Though France's military activity is greater than ever before, the army officers for the most part execute De Gaulle's fraternization policies faithfully.
  3. They planned to drop the adultery and fraternization charges, the focus of all the public outrage, in order to deny Flinn the high ground in the media wars.


  • Report: Lesbian chief cleared of frat charges at court-martial

    A Navy judge dismissed fraternization charges against a female chief petty officer Aug. 7 at a Great Lakes, Ill., court-martial where she'd been accused of an improper relationship with a female petty officer, The Chicago Tribune reported.
    on August 9, 2013     Source: Navy Times

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  1. "Your conduct exhibited a profound lack of respect or appreciation for the appropriate and positive role the Policy (against member-intern fraternization) envisions," Silver wrote.
    on May 5, 2007 By: Sheldon Silver Source: Tonawanda News

  2. "My grandmother was from Smyrna [now Ä°zmir]. Together with the bitterness, we accepted the joy of the songs, the culture, the principles of peace, the fraternization and a common life," Dalaras says, referring to the time when his family had to...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: George Dalaras Source: Today's Zaman

  3. "We fought. We literally fought each other," Randolph said. "Nowadays, players don't really feel it. [You see] fraternization and kissy-face going on. You can't have a rivalry and have that stuff going on." "Just look at the names!"
    on Jun 2, 2007 By: Willie Randolph Source: Newsday

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