- n associating with others in a brotherly or friendly way; especially with an enemy
- Jim Allister in U.TV
Such fraternisation with Dublin was once anathema - now being lauded by republican leaders, including the Sinn Fein leader in the Dail, is craved,Mr Allister said. "O'Neill, Faulkner and Trimble were vilified for far less, but now for 'nua...
- Jules Humbert-Droz in AllAfrica.com
In response to this insurrection a leading member of the French Communist Party by the name of Jules Humbert-Droz said: "The right has protested against the watchword of fraternisation with the insurgent army in the Rif, by invoking the fact that...
- Christian Carion in Sydney Morning Herald
A horrible idea,Carion adds. "So horrible. I would never make a film about fraternisation in that war, even if it had happened."