the husband or wife of a reigning monarch
a family of similar musical instrument playing together
consort, associate, affiliate, assort(verb)
keep company with; hang out with
assort, harmonize, run, consociate, accord, classify, consort, connect, fit in, link up, agree, affiliate, sort out, concord, relate, link, colligate, class, sort, associate, separate, tie in, harmonise
harmonize, harmonise, consort, accord, concord, fit in, agree(verb)
assort, harmonize, grant, accord, consort, gibe, fit, fit in, hold, agree, check, affiliate, match, concord, run, tally, correspond, jibe, associate, reconcile, chord, allot, harmonise, concur
course, operate, harmonise, associate, hunt, fly the coop, work, scat, run away, move, turn tail, range, run, agree, guide, function, lead, lam, flow, melt down, track down, break away, head for the hills, extend, hunt down, endure, bunk, take to the woods, accord, consort, execute, feed, bleed, carry, scarper, go, unravel, assort, lean, affiliate, play, die hard, race, pass, concord, harmonize, run for, black market, fit in, persist, incline, draw, hightail it, be given, prevail, campaign, tend, escape, ladder, ply, melt
consort(noun)To associate or keep company.
consort(verb)To be in agreement.
escort, companion, agree, concur
consort(noun)To associate or unite in company with.
hang out, associate
consort(noun)Association or partnership.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
An associate as used officially implies a chief, leader, or principal, to whom the associate is not fully equal in rank. Associate is popularly used of mere friendly relations, but oftener implies some work, enterprise, or pursuit in which the associated persons unite. We rarely speak of associates in crime or wrong, using confederates or accomplices instead. Companion gives itself with equal readiness to the good or evil sense, as also does comrade. One may be a companion in travel who would not readily become an associate at home. A lady advertises for a companion; she would not advertise for an associate. Peer implies equality rather than companionship; as, a jury of his peers. Comrade expresses more fellowship and good feeling than companion. Fellow has almost gone out of use in this connection, except in an inferior or patronizing sense. Consort is a word of equality and dignity, as applied especially to the marriage relation. Compare ACCESSORY; ACQUAINTANCE; FRIENDSHIP.
accomplice, ally, associate, chum, coadjutor, colleague, companion, comrade, confederate, fellow, friend, helpmate, mate, partner, peer
antagonist, enemy, foe, hinderer, opponent, opposer, rival, stranger
These were the associates of the leader in the enterprise.
Dictionary of English Synonymes
companion (especially a wife or a husband or one vessel of a fleet), partner, associate
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