Confederate synonyms

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united in a confederacy or league
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United by common agreement under a central government or authority
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united in a confederacy or league
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(US English) A type of company, a legal entity where the ownership has been arranged into shares. A shareholder has no responsibilities to the company and the potential losses of the shareholder are limited to the value of the stock turning to zero in the case of a bankruptcy.
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Shared by all members of a unified group; common; joint
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Combined; joined; made one
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Not ionized
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(Of a news feature etc) published in multiple newspapers or magazines simultaneously via an agency
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Combined from two or more entities into one specific entity whilst retaining the defining characteristics of the original source entities.
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united in a confederacy or league
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Joined as allies.
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Associated is someone whose rank is inferior.
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Functioning in an orderly way or according to a plan:
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In cahoots (with)
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united in a confederacy or league
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Rebellious
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(Chiefly US) from or pertaining to the South, the south-eastern states of the United States, or to the inhabitants or culture of that region.
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Having possession/ownership of one or more slaves.
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A native or inhabitant of the south, especially the southern United States.
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(By extension) The Confederacy in general
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united in a confederacy or league
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A supporter or advocate. [Late 16th century.]
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A piece of optional equipment for convenience, comfort, appearance, etc.
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One who knowingly, voluntarily, or intentionally, and with common intent and criminal purpose shared with the principal offender, solicits or encourages another to commit a crime or assists or attempts to assist in its planning and execution. Normally, one’s mere presence while knowing the crime is about to be committed, without any contribution to the commission of the crime, does not make a person an accomplice. However, in some situations, knowledge combined with the failure to make an attempt to prevent the crime will make one an accomplice. An accomplice is normally regarded as just as culpable as the person who actually commits the crime. See also accessory, aid and abet, and conspiracy.
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A plant, animal, or thing closely related in structure, etc. to another
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(UK) Sales assistant.
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A junior member of a law firm who typically works on salary and does not share in the ownership, profits, or decision-making of the firm.
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An assisting or supplementary group or organization
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A generational group as defined in demographics, statistics, or market research:
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A fellow member of a group, especially a fellow member of the Communist Party.
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(African American Vernacular) A practice of magic; hoodoo; conjuration.
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A language of Papua New Guinea.
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A spouse or domestic partner
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Used as a title of respect for a man. Used with the given name.
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A former English gold coin of James I, equal to 20 shillings
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An advocate of coalition or a partner in a coalition
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One that belongs to a league.
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An affiliated individual or organization; member
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A joint partner, as in a business enterprise; an associate.
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A scholar, journalist, etc. who is appointed on a fellowship for a given period of research, teaching, or both
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The definition of a conspirator is a person who takes part in a scheme or a plot.
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(Computing) To store (data) in a way that is consistent with the memory architecture, i.e. by beginning each item at an offset equal to some multiple of the word size.
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To come together in or as if in a league.
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One nation associated with another in a common cause
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Political life:
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Plural form of crime
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(--- Archaic) A person employed to help, especially a farm worker or domestic servant.
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Of or pertaining to confederates of a confederation
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A person who supports a political figure chiefly out of selfish interests.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) to unite, to come together
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Of or formed by a compact; specif., designating or of a union of states, groups, etc. in which each member agrees to subordinate its governmental power to that of the central authority in certain specified common affairs
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