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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for consorted

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Anarsa Anarsa is a pastry like snack commonly consorted with the Hindu festival celebrated for five successive days .
Sadeq Mallallah He is alleged to have said that Muhammad was "a liar and swindler" who practised witchcraft and consorted with demons.
Stephen Richards (murderer) After leaving his job at the asylum, Richards drifted through Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming, where he found intermittent work and occasionally consorted with groups of train robbers.
Othreis In Greek mythology, Othreis was a nymph who consorted with both Zeus and Apollo and became by them mother of Meliteus and Phager respectively.
Poseidon In Plato's myth of Atlantis, Poseidon consorted with Cleito, daughter of the autochthons Evenor and Leucippe, and had by her ten sons: Ampheres, Atlas, Autochthon, Azaes, Diaprepes, Elasippus, Euaemon, Eumelus (Gadeirus), Mestor, Mneseus.
Dimoetes Evopis was in love with her own brother and consorted with him despite being married to Dimoetes. Upon discovering this, Dimoetes reported the matter to Troezen. Evopis, in shame, cursed Dimoetes and hanged herself.
Dwijendranath Tagore Dwijendranath was 'a true philosopher.' He consorted with the learned of the National Society and the "Biddvajjan-Samagam", both of which he helped to found. He delved deep into the philosophy of the "Bhagavad Gita".
Manuel de Oliveira Gomes da Costa A convinced monarchist, Gomes da Costa had consorted with people of various political convictions. That, and his reputation as a soldier, led to his choice by right-wing revolutionaries to lead the 28 May 1926 coup d'état in Braga that overthrew the Portuguese First Republic, after General Alves Roçadas, their original choice, had died.
Charles Paget (conspirator) In a letter written on 25 October 1582 Thomas Paget told Paget that his abiding in Rouen was more misliked in England than his abiding in Paris, considering that he consorted there with men like John Lesley, Bishop of Ross, adding that:
Johan Teyler According to Houbraken he was a friend of Jacob de Heusch and a colleague in the Bentvueghels with the nickname "Speculatie", who travelled with De Heusch to Berlin in 1698. They knew each other from their time in Rome as members of the Bentvueghel club, where Teyler also consorted with his former Math pupil from Nijmegen Jan van Call.