fraternize


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Douglas, aged 89, said: "We didn't fraternize with each other while at school.
Reporters are not supposed to fraternize with their subjects like this.
The head of the geology department at a Western engineering college was a brisk, business-like scientist who felt he was there to teach, not to fraternize with the students.
Fraternize has shown ability without being a world-beater on the Flat, but looks the type to make a jumper.