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Correct spelling:
A confederate; a friend.
To unite by marriage, compact, or friendship.
join (verb)
relate, wed, amalgamate, connect, splice, marry, merge, couple, attach, cling, juxtapose, bond, consolidate, adhere, abut, affix, affiliate, annex, join.
co-operate (verb)
reciprocate, band, associate, interplay, collude, share, intermesh, interweave, overlap, unite, pool, co-operate, participate, interlace, collaborate, mesh, affiliate, dovetail, confederate, trade, intertwine, concur.
confederate (noun)
collaborator, associate, abettor, colleague, accomplice, study atassociate, assistant, supporter.
friend (noun)
roommate, companion, colleague, friend, intimate, classmate, cousin, acquaintance, partner, confidant, sister, company, fellow, mate, crony, pal, chum, familiar, co-worker, buddy, amigo, playmate, comrade, teammate, schoolmate, brother.
Other synonyms:
antebellum, henchman, politics, benefit, support, champion, aide, protagonist, get behind, convention, bedfellow, administrative assistant, assist, the Bay of Pigs, link, fellow traveler, accord, accessory, admirer, conjoin, alliance, follower, agent, agree with, booster, get through, give, ancillary, speak up for, Auschwitz, helper, entente, acolyte, advance person, sympathizer, combine, Armistice Day, help, bilateral, help out, endorse, accession, attendant, promote, the Berlin Wall, federate, axis, Allied, league, the Geneva Convention, align, guide, retainer, sympathize, back, coadjutor, aid, backer, Benedict Arnold, nurse, the Allies, the Axis, the Battle of Britain, participator, abetter _or_ abettor, bind.
Examples of usage:
  1. The Spartans that were present hung down their heads, as conscious of the wrong they had done to their ally. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
  2. He proceeded to mention in detail a few of the things which he proposed to call upon his ally to do. - "The Gem Collector", P. G. Wodehouse.
  3. With France, our ancient and powerful ally, our relations continue to be of the most friendly character. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.

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