cydgynllwyniwr, cygynllwynwyr, cynghreiriad, cynghreiriaid, chydgynllwyniwr, chygynllwynwyr, chynghreiriad, chynghreiriaid, gydgynllwyniwr, gygynllwynwyr, gynghreiriad, gynghreiriaid, nghydgynllwyniwr, nghygynllwynwyr, nghynghreiriad, nghynghreiriaid
Noun(1) a supporter of the Confederate States of America(2) someone who assists in a plot(3) a person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan
Verb(1) form a group or unite(2) form a confederation with; of nations
Adjective(1) of or having to do with the southern Confederacy during the American Civil War(2) united in a confederacy or league
(1) You know, it takes a lot of courage for someone in the Democratic Party to come out strong against confederate symbols.(2) Foreign affairs, defense, monetary matters, and communication would be entrusted to a confederate government elected by all citizens.(3) The Bundesrat or Federal Council, which represented the governments of the confederate states, not their parliaments, differed little from the Federal Diet of 1815.(4) With their swords and muskets raised the Yankee soldiers began killing every confederate soldier in sight.(5) Therefore, he said that federal or confederate systems can better safeguard the independence and interests of some minor provinces.(6) ├ö├ç├┐I like it better here than in rural Alabama,├ö├ç├û says a man with confederate flag sewn on his trucker's cap.(7) He had also furnished me capital and was become my confederate , an accomplice in my frauds.(8) I object to the pro-slavery overtones of the Gunmen's confederate army uniforms.(9) Union artillery was unable to suppress confederate positions in the sunken road.(10) Until we are allowed a vote on the decisions of the WTO and its confederate organisations, however, bricks hurled through windows remains all too timid a response.(11) On the way out, I was stuck behind a guy pulling a howitzer on a trailer that was covered in confederate flag stickers.(12) This was not about the confederate flag; it was about our rights as free citizens of a free country.(13) Segments of our country, including state governments, fly the confederate flag, an acknowledged symbol of slavery and resistance to the ideals of integration, equality and freedom.(14) Unable to reach an agreement between a federal or confederate link between the two parts, the country peacefully split into the independent Czech and Slovak Republics on 1 January 1993.(15) From this point of view, the confederate model will consolidate domestic solidarity and unity toward the outside world, and this of course carries positive significance.(16) I run red lights even though I'm no longer rushing to buy heroin, and I shake with excitement when I see confederate flag stickers on the back of trucks.
(1) confederate :: gynorthwywr
1. allied ::
2. in alliance ::
3. in league ::
6. united ::
7. combined ::
9. associate ::
10. partner ::
11. accomplice ::
12. helper ::
13. assistant ::
14. ally ::
15. collaborator ::
16. colleague ::
17. band together ::
band at ei gilydd
Different Formsconfederate, confederated, confederates, confederating
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