Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He treated her simply as a comrade with whom he had chummed for years.

And, if I recollect right, he chummed in with publicans and sinners.

In fact, I chummed with you even more than with your brothers.

I chummed with them—yes—on gold-fields and in other places where a man has got to show the stuff that's in him.

I saw him nearly every evening, and in fact, we chummed together.

He knew the major and his wife and the two daughters and chummed with his son.

He now wished to do what he could on board The Firefly, and chummed with the crew.

It was a big day for the McReadys when Chub chummed up with you, my boy.

The boy friends whom I chummed with were overseas, and my blood began to boil.

Those two have chummed together so long their methods are similar.