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Confederate- Definition:noun [k?n fédd?r?t] (plural con·fed·er·ates)  1.  ally: one of two or more people, groups, or nations that have formed an alliance for a common purpose  2.  accomplice: a plotter or conspirator    adjective [k?n fédd?r?t]   associated: joined in common purpose    transitive and intransitive verb [k?n fédd? ràyt] (past and past participle con·fed·er·at·ed, present participle con·fed·er·at·ing, 3rd person present singular con·fed·er·ates)   unite: to form people, groups, or nations into a confederacy, or become part of a confederacy    [14th century. < late Latin confoederat-, past participle of confoederare

Confederate- Definition:

noun [k?n fédd?r?t] (plural con·fed·er·ates) 1. ally: one of two or more people, groups, or nations that have formed an alliance for a common purpose 2. accomplice: a plotter or conspirator adjective [k?n fédd?r?t] associated: joined in common purpose transitive and intransitive verb [k?n fédd? ràyt] (past and past participle con·fed·er·at·ed, present participle con·fed·er·at·ing, 3rd person present singular con·fed·er·ates) unite: to form people, groups, or nations into a confederacy, or become part of a confederacy [14th century. < late Latin confoederat-, past participle of confoederare "league together" < foeder- (see federal)] -con·fed·er·a·tive [k?n fédd? ràytiv], adjective

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