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Definition of "fraternisation" [fraternisation]

  • Alternative spelling of fraternization. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "fraternisation" in a sentence
  • "Yet the hope of "fraternisation" has nearly always been in vain."
  • "Thanks to the collapse of the Russian armies and "fraternisation," Germany has occupied Riga."
  • "How can one fail to understand that this fraternisation, with all its razzle-dazzle, is an insult to everything new the recent insurrections have been able to bring to an Arab world crushed under the yoke--an insult to the youth of Tahrir Square in Cairo, who demonstrated for weeks on end without uttering the shadow of an anti-western, anti-American, or anti-Israeli slogan?"