|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class VI. Words Relating to the Sentient and Moral Powers|
|Section III. Sympathetic Affections|
| 1. Social Affections|
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|NOUN:||FRIENDSHIP, amity; friendliness &c. adj.; brotherhood, fraternity, sodality, confraternity; sorority, sorosis, sisterhood; harmony (concord) [See Concord]; peace [See Peace].|
firm -, staunch -, intimate -, familiar -, bosom -, cordial -, tried -, devoted -, lasting -, fast -, sincere -, warm -, ardent- friendship.
cordiality, fraternization, association, entente cordiale [F.], good understanding, rapprochement [F.], sympathy, fellow-feeling, response, welcomeness; affection (love) [See Love]; partiality, favoritism; good will (benevolence) [See Benevolence].
acquaintance, introduction, familiarity, intimacy, intercourse, fellowship, knowledge of.
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|VERB:||BE FRIENDLY &c. adj.; be friends [See Friend], be acquainted with &c. adj.; know; have the ear of; keep company with (sociality) [See Sociality]; hold communication with, have dealings with, sympathize with; have a leaning to; bear good will (benevolent) [See Benevolence]; love [See Love]; make much of; befriend (aid) [See Aid]; introduce to.|
set ones horses together; have the latchstring out [U. S.]; hold out -, extend- the right hand of -friendship, - fellowship; become friendly &c. adj.; make friends &c. (890) with; break the ice, be introduced to; pick up acquaintance; make -, scrape- acquaintance with; get into favor, gain the friendship of.
shake hands with, strike hands with, fraternize, sororize [rare], embrace; receive with open arms, throw oneself into the arms of; meet halfway, take in good part.
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|ADJECTIVE:||FRIENDLY, amicable, amical; well-affected, unhostile, neighborly; brotherly, fraternal, sisterly, sororal [rare]; ardent, devoted, sympathetic, harmonious, hearty, cordial, warm-hearted.|
friends with, at home with, hand in hand with; on -good, - friendly, - amicable, - cordial, - familiar, - intimate- -terms, - footing; on speaking terms, on visiting terms, on ones visiting list; in ones good -graces, - books.
acquainted, familiar, intimate, thick, hand and glove, hail fellow well met, free and easy; welcome.
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|ADVERB:||AMICABLY &c. adj.; with open arms, à bras ouverts [F.]; sans cérémonie [F.]; arm in arm.|
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- Amicitia semper prodest.Seneca
- A mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one.Carlyle
- Friendship is love without either flowers or veil.Hare
- Vulgus amicitias utilitate probat.Ovid