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Search phrase: associate

Plays

 2 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
Romeo and JulietRJ V.ii.6One of our order, to associate meOne of our order to associate me,
Titus AndronicusTit V.iii.168O now, sweet boy, give them their latest kiss,Friends, should associate Friends, in Greefe and Wo.

Glossary

 67 result(s).
accompliceassociate, partner, aide
acquaintancefriends, companions, associates
adjunctconnected, associated, annexed
apple-johnkind of apple with a shrivelled skin [associated with midsummer (St John's) day]
assistanceassociates, partners, aides
associatecompanion, fellow-traveller
associateaccompany, escort, join with
BacchusRoman god of wine, associated with drunken revelry
book-matefellow-student, scholarly associate
brandornamental flaming torch [associated with Cupid]
BullTaurus, the second sign of the zodiac, associated with cuckoldry, and also the neck and throat
Cancerfourth sign of the zodiac, associated with heat
companionassociate, aide, comrade
companycompanion, associate, comrade
compartnerassociate, partner
compeercompanion, associate, fellow
competitorpartner, associate, colleague
compliceaccomplice, confederate, associate
consortcompanion, partner, associate
consortedconspiring, associated, in league together
converseassociate, keep company
corrivalally, associate, partner
DianaRoman goddess associated with the Moon, chastity, and hunting
Dian's bud[unclear meaning] herb associated with chastity
dog-dayshottest days of the year [associated with the astrological position of Sirius, the Dog-star]
dragon's tail[astrology] intersection of the orbit of the descending moon and that of the sun [associated with lechery]
engageinvolve in, associate with
familiarclose friend, intimate associate
fellowcompanion, associate
Hecat, Hecate[pron: 'hekat, 'hekatee] Greek goddess of the underworld; associated with magic, ghosts, witchcraft
herbaromatic shrub, associated with repentance
Hymen[pron: 'hiymen] Greek god who led a wedding procession; associated with a torch, crown of flowers, and flute
ingraftclosely attached, associated [with]
insociableintolerable, impossible to associate with
inwardintimate, closely associated
joinally, unite, associate
JunoRoman supreme goddess, wife of Jupiter, associated with the Moon, childbirth, marriage, and female identity
Jupiter, JoveRoman supreme god; associated with the heavens and the weather, especially thunder and lightning; husband of Juno
kissfraternize, associate, consort
lapwingtype of plover [bird with wily methods of escaping the notice of predators; associated with amorous intrigue]
Marsplanet particularly associated with martial or aggressive temperaments
Martinmas, MartlemasSt Martins Day, 11 November, associated with plentiful food
matecompanion, associate, comrade
mellget involved, associate, copulate
Mercuryplanet particularly associated with eloquence, feats of skill, and the commercial world
NeptuneRoman water-god, chiefly associated with the sea and sea-weather
partakerally, supporter, associate
partnerassociate, equate, match
Perseusson of Zeus and Danae; advised by Athene to look at the reflection in his shield when cutting off Medusa's head, thereby avoiding being turned to stone; associated with the winged horse released by her death
pew-fellowone who shares a church bench; companion, associate
qualitycompanions, associates, fraternity
rivalpartner, associate, companion
rosemaryaromatic shrub, associated with remembering
ruearomatic shrub, associated with repentance, pity
Saturnplanet particularly associated with melancholic, morose, or vengeful temperaments
sortassociate, keep company with
TaurusBull [second sign of the zodiac, associated with cuckoldry]
Thebes[theebz] city-state in Boeotia, SE Greece; associated with wisdom and learning
Thracian[pron: 'thraysian] of Thrace; region of ancient NE Greece associated with the worship of Dionysus
troopgo along with, be associated with, accompany
Ursa Majorthe Great Bear [associated with lechery]
venerealdisplaying the character of Venus, associated with sexual desire
Venusplanet particularly associated with love, beauty, and fertility
VirgoVirgin [sixth sign of the zodiac, associated with Astraea, goddess of justice]
VulcanRoman god of fire, and the gods' blacksmith; his forge was under Mt Etna, and thus associated with destruction and hell
yokeassociate, link, join, couple
yoke-devilcompanion-devil, associate in evil

Thesaurus

 39 result(s).
associateconsort
associatepartner
associateacquaintance
associateconverse
associatepartaker
associateassistance
associateaccomplice
associatemell
associatemate
associateyoke
associatecompeer
associatecompany
associatefellow
associatecompanion
associatekiss
associatecompartner
associatejoin
associatecomplice
associaterival
associatecorrival
associatesort
associatecompetitor
associatepew-fellow
associatequality
associate withengage
associate with, impossible toinsociable
associate, intimatefamiliar
associate, scholarlybook-mate
associatedingraft
associatedconsorted
associatedadjunct
associated with, betroop
associated, closelyinward
closely associatedinward
evil, associate inyoke-devil
herb associated with chastityDian's bud
impossible to associate withinsociable
intimate associatefamiliar
scholarly associatebook-mate

Words Families

 2 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
ASSOCIATEBASICassociate n, associate v
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