confederate

[ adjective, noun kuhn-fed-er-it, -fed-rit; verb kuhn-fed-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF confederate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFEDERATE

I shall take other measures; for I see you are a confederate with them.

No, he's Federal, Confederate or guerilla as it may suit his bloody ends.

We never charge a Confederate soldier for anything; that's not our way.

At any rate I was convinced she was a good Confederate, and my heart rose.

They spotted him and a confederate slipped a hypo into his arm.

If so, he would, through the Ford girl, in all probability be able to trace her confederate.

Every confederate who was across was either killed or captured.

When the performer lifts his head he ceases counting, so does the confederate.

His secretary, as he called him, was merely his confederate.

But he did not speak, and the Confederate agent never took his eyes off him.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFEDERATE

allied

adjectivefriendly; united
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