Top 10 similar words or synonyms for consorting

fraternizing    0.824485

sympathizing    0.736206

consorted    0.712067

sympathising    0.707230

fraternising    0.688733

toying    0.677319

connivance    0.655218

fraternized    0.644752

sympathise    0.640543

dalliances    0.637852

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for consorting

Article Example
Chris Husbands 1996 (edited, with David Bridges) "Consorting and collaborating in the educational market place: developing new relationships in schools and higher education" (Falmer Press)
Rudi Carrell Another controversial sketch used clever editing to show the then Chancellor Helmut Kohl and other prominent German politicians apparently consorting with prostitutes.
Lev Kopelev An idealist communist and active Bolshevik, he was first arrested in March 1929 for "consorting with the Bukharinist and Trotskyist opposition," and spent ten days in prison.
Stock dove The stock dove is sociable as well as gregarious, often consorting with wood pigeons, though doubtless it is the presence of food which brings them together.
Cupeño In 1849, Warner was arrested by the American forces for consorting with the Mexican government and was taken to Los Angeles.
Philip Kovolick He was arrested at a restaurant in Little Italy and charged with "consorting with known criminals for unlawful purposes" in 1965.
Live or Die (poetry collection) The collection includes the poems "And One for My Dame", "Consorting With Angels" and "Wanting to Die". The book won the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.
Crius Consorting with Eurybia, daughter of Earth (Gaia) and Sea (Pontus), he fathered Astraios and Pallas as well as Perses. The joining of Astraios with Eos, the Dawn, brought forth Eosphoros, the other Stars and the Winds.
Circumcision controversies In 15th-century Spain, most Jews and Muslims were expelled and the Spanish Inquisition monitored and prosecuted converts to Christianity to ensure they were not secretly consorting with Jews or engaging in Jewish practices such as circumcision.
Damaging quotation There are various common categories of quotations: malapropisms or grammatical errors, exaggerations about past achievements, lack of conviction, consorting with the enemy, moral turpitude, indifference towards victims of crime, racist or discrimanatory, etc.