adj., n. /keuhn soh"shee it, -ayt', -see-/; v. /keuhn soh"shee ayt', -see-/, adj., n., v.i., consociated, consociating.
[1425-75; late ME (adj.) < L consociatus (ptp. of consociare to bring into partnership), equiv. to con- CON- + soci(us) fellow, partner + -atus -ATE1]

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  • Consociate — Con*so ci*ate, n. [L. consociatus, p. p. of consociare to associate, unite; con + sociare to join, unite. See {Social}.] An associate; an accomplice. [Archaic] Wicked consociates. Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Consociate — Con*so ci*ate, v. i. 1. To be allied, confederated, or associated; to coalescence. [R.] Bentley. [1913 Webster] 2. To form an ecclesiastical consociation. [U.S.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • consociate — I noun abettor, accessory, accomplice, adherent, adjunct, adjutant, aide, ally, assistant, associate, attendant, auxiliary, coadjutor, cohelper, cohort, collaborator, colleague, comate, companion, comrade, confederate, confidant, confrere,… …   Law dictionary

  • consociate — [kən sō′shē āt΄; ] also, for n. [, kən sō′shēit] n. [ME consociat < L consociatus, pp. of consociare, to share with, join < com , with + sociare, to join: see SOCIABLE] Rare an associate vt., vi. consociated, consociating to join together;… …   English World dictionary

  • consociate — verb ( ated; ating) Etymology: Latin consociatus, past participle of consociare, from com + socius companion more at social Date: 1566 transitive verb to bring into association intransitive verb to associate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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