sociate


sociate
I. \\ˈsōs(h)ēə̇t\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Middle English sociat, from Latin sociatus, past participle of sociare to join, share, from socius companion — more at social
II. \\-ēˌāt\ intransitive verb (-ed/-ing/-s)
Etymology: Latin sociatus, past participle of sociare to join, share

desire to sociate with and to be in their company — Wallace Stevens


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