take up with


take up with
Synonyms and related words:
abide, abide with, advise with, associate with, assort with, bargain, bear, bear with, befriend, bide, brave, brook, buddy up, call in, chum, chum together, chum with, clique, clique with, club together, collogue, compare notes, confer, confer with, consort with, consult, consult with, counsel, deliberate, discuss, discuss with, endure, exchange observations, exchange views, fellowship, flock together, fraternize, get acquainted, get chummy with, hang around with, hang in, hang in there, hang out with, hang tough, have conversations, herd together, hobnob with, hold conference, join, join in fellowship, keep company with, lump, lump it, make friends with, mingle with, mix with, negotiate, pal, pal up with, pal with, palaver, parley, persevere, play footsie with, powwow, put heads together, put up with, reason with, refer to, run in couples, run with, scrape acquaintance with, shake hands with, sit down together, sit down with, sort with, stand, stand for, stick, suffer, support, sustain, take counsel, talk over, tie up with, tolerate, win friends

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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