affiliates[ verb uh-fil-ee-eyt; noun uh-fil-ee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF affiliates
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFILIATES
He affiliates as readily with the Mexican and the Indian as he does with the whites.
The affiliates of Satanism are mystics of a vile order, but they are mystics.
Democracy most of all affiliates with the open air, is sunny and hardy and sane only with Nature—just as much as Art is.
They largely consist of the populations which the Bible affiliates with Ham.
The novice can hardly expect to learn unless he affiliates himself with such groups and attends their meetings.
Early in 1833 Mazzini, it is impossible to say with what accuracy, put the number of affiliates at fifty or sixty thousand.
In religious thought he affiliates with the Congregationalists; but the Sabbath is to him a day of rest.
1761, from Latin affiliatus, past participle of affiliare "to adopt" (see affiliation). Outside legal use, always figurative. Related: Affiliated; affiliating.