Pals synonyms

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A longtime close friend or companion.
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A foster brother
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Friend or comrade; chum. Used as a form of familiar address, especially for a man or boy:
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A member of a business partnership.
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The definition of friend is someone who is on your side.
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A member of a confederacy; an ally.
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The definition of a companion is a partner to, friend who accompanies, mate or someone hired to help another.
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A person with whom one is associated; friend, partner, fellow worker, etc.
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A friend.
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(Taxonomy) A closely related species, usually within the same family.
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Xenia - Includes hospitality, and refers to a type of love most would consider charity or giving.
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A companion; close friend
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(--- Chiefly British) A good friend or companion.
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A character in a drama or fiction, such as a trusted friend or servant, who serves as a device for revealing the inner thoughts or intentions of a main character.
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A friend; close companion
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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 companion; associate
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A close friend or associate
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An enemy.
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A nation or force hostile to another; military or wartime adversary
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Find another word for pals. In this page you can discover 22 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for pals, like: cronies, chums, brothers, buddies, partners, friends, confederates, companions, associates, amigos and allies.