- 1. alliance, league, coalition, union, guild, consortium, syndication, conspiracy, cabal; company, partnership, joint concern, corporation, amalgamation, combine, merger, monopoly, trust, alignment, bloc, cartel; society, organization, party, camorra; congregational, assemblage, group, band, team, troop; community, circle, club, fraternity, lodge, clan, set, clique.2. friendship, friendliness, camaraderie, comradeship, sodality, intimacy, Inf. chumminess; companionship, fellowship, colleagueship, brotherhood, fraternization, consociation, esprit de corps.3. affiliation, connection, connectedness, Genetics. linkage; relationship, relatedness, relation, kinship, affinity, similarity, likeness, resemblance, comparability, analogousness, analogy; membership, participation, cooperation, communication, intercourse, interchange, dealings, acquaintance with, knowledge of.4. combination, compound, mixture, mingling, composite, whole; correlation, interdependency, interdependence, reciprocity, reciprocal relationship.
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