Its privilege—its duty rather—is to ignore all applicants to fraternization that cannot return what it receives.
This was the answer to Redmond's proposal of fraternization.
Often, it is the name mostly that holds a party together, and that forms the limit of sympathy and fraternization.
The fraternization which is developing on the front can easily turn into such a trap.
Better yet, where in all Fiji was fraternization more simple?
They had inaugurated an informal understanding with the Communists, and fraternization had begun between the opposing armies.
We are to succeed in the French mode, by the system of fraternization—all is French.
HE Jacobins, in realizing their systems of fraternization, always contrived to be the elder brothers.
There was therefore none of the sympathy and the fraternization that usually has accompanied a great surrender at sea.
Incidentally he disposed of the suggestion that there had been anything in the way of fraternization.
1610s, "to sympathize as brothers," from French fraterniser, from Medieval Latin fraternizare, from fraternus "brotherly" (see fraternity). Military sense of "cultivate friendship with enemy troops" is from 1897 (used in World War I with reference to the Christmas Truce). Used oddly by World War II armed forces to mean "have sex with women from enemy countries."
A piece of frat, Wren-language for any attractive young woman -- ex-enemy -- in occupied territory. [John Irving, "Royal Navalese," 1946]Related: Fraternized; fraternizing.
To associate closely with inhabitants of an enemy country, esp to consort sexually with the women (WWII armed forces)