UNITE, join; band together; club together &c. (coöperate) [See Coöperation]; found a -firm, - house; cement -, form- a party &c. n.; associate (assemble) [See Assemblage]; federate, federalize, go cahoots [slang], go fifty-fifty [slang].
IN LEAGUE, in partnership, in alliance &c. n.
bonded -, banded -, linked (joined) [See Junction]- together; embattled; confederated, federative, joint, corporate, organized, enleagued, leagued, syndicated; clubbable or clubable, fraternal, Masonic, institutional, denominational; cliquish, cliquy or cliquey; union-made.
SIDE BY SIDE, hand in hand, shoulder to shoulder, en masse [F.], in the same boat.
To party gave up what was meant for mankind.Goldsmithof Burke
He left not faction, but of it was left.Drydenof Buckingham