Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers
Section III.Sympathetic Affections
1°. Social Affections
Acquaintance, introduction, intimacy, familiarity, fellowship, welcomeness, favouritism.
To become friendly, to make friends with, to chum up to.
(Phrases). To take in good part; to hold out the right hand of fellowship.
(Adjectives). Friendly, amical, amicable, brotherly, fraternal, harmonious, cordial, social, chummy, neighbourly, on good terms, on a friendly, a familiar, or an intimate footing, on friendly, etc., terms, well-affected, well- disposed, favourable.
Acquainted, familiar, intimate, thick, hand and glove, welcome.
Firm, staunch, intimate, familiar, bosom, cordial, tried, devoted, lasting, fast, warm, ardent.
(Adverbs). Friendlily, amicably, etc., sans cérémonie.
Unfriendliness, alienation, estrangement.
Animosity, umbrage, pique, hostility, bad blood, ill feeling.
(Verbs). To be inimical, etc., to estrange, to fall out, alienate.
(Adjectives). Inimical, unfriendly, at variance, at logger-heads, at daggers drawn, hostile on bad terms, cold-hearted.
Neighbour, acquaintance, associate, compeer, comrade, companion, confrère, camarade, mate, messmate, shopmate, shipmate, crony, confidant, chum, pal, boon companion, copesmate, pot-companion, schoolfellow, playfellow, playmate, bed-fellow, bed-mate.
Arcades ambo, Pylades and Orestes, Castor and Pollux, Nisus and Euryalus, Damon and Pythias, David and Jonathan, par nobile fratrum.
Host, Amphitryon, guest, visitor, protégé.
Conviviality, good fellowship, hospitality, heartiness, welcome, savoir vivre, festivity, merry-making.
Society, association, union, co-partnership, fraternity, sodality, coterie, clan, club 72, circle, clique, party, welcomeness.
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