Associate and Fellow

Associate

Associate noun - A person frequently seen in the company of another.
Usage example: a number of his associates were members of organized crime, so he was a person of interest to the FBI

Fellow is a synonym for associate in friend topic. In some cases you can use "Fellow" instead the word "Associate" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like colleague, connect, near, graduate student. popular alternative

Fellow

Fellow noun - A person frequently seen in the company of another.
Usage example: the singer's fellows were rumored to have ties to organized crime

Associate is a synonym for fellow in friend topic. You can use "Associate" instead the word "Fellow" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as companion, colleague, connect, near. popular alternative

Nearby Words: fellowship, fella

How words are described

old old associate old fellow
intelligent intelligent associate intelligent fellow
trustworthy trustworthy associate trustworthy fellow
black black associate black fellow
Other adjectives: young, senior, mysterious, elderly.

Both words in one sentence

  • Girard, one of the creators of the Gates, was paranoid that his former associate and fellow Gate-maker Soon would break their vow and try to interfere with the Gates.
  • She prefers to associate with men not so much romantically but as a fellow wolf in the pack and strives successfully to be as Badass as any of them.
  • Lord Peter and his fellow aristocrats associate with a number of Jewish financiers, jewellers, and so forth, who are invariably presented sympathetically.
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