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CONSOCIATE, noun [Latin See the next word.] An associate; a partner or confederate; an accomplice.

CONSOCIATE, verb transitive [Latin , to unite; a companion. See Social.]

1. To unite; to join; to associate.

2. To cement, or hold in close union.

3. To unite in an assembly or convention, as pastors and messengers or delegates of churches.

CONSOCIATE, verb intransitive

1. To unite; to coalesce.

2. To unite, or meet in a body; to form a consociation of pastors and messengers.