Maybe Margaret would like to fraternize with Mr. Gerald who seems to have the same ideas.
They also forbid any US citizen to fraternize or associate with the group.
The nations will fraternize, they will join hands, and will endeavor to extend the new conditions to all nations of the world.
I made one more attempt to fraternize with them, and only one.
If we can fraternize so speedily on the battlefield, why cannot those who are not shooting each other also fraternize?
He was sure that upon recognizing him they would at once fraternize with the invaders.
From there French soldiers used to crawl out and fraternize with the Germans, between the lines, but that is now forbidden.
The five sections of the Institute kept to their circle but did not fraternize.
Meanwhile the National Guard began to fraternize with the people.
He did not fraternize with these waifs, feeling that his was another plane.
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)