Synonym: Confederate, accomplice, allied, band together, collaborator, confederative, henchman, partner in crime. Similar words: confederation, confederacy, articles of confederation, federate, federal, considerate, federalism, federalist. Meaning: [-rət] n. 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). v. 1. form a group or unite 2. form a confederation with; of nations. adj. 1. of or having to do with the southern Confederacy during the American Civil War 2. united in a confederacy or league.
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1. The young woman was his confederate, of course.
2. The Confederate States perceive that they cannot carry all before them with a rush.
3. The Confederate government provided troops to suppress slave revolts.
4. Confederate rose will mature into a large shrub or small tree.
5. Hancock and the Confederate General Armistead had been friends before the war.
6. The atmosphere on board the Confederate flagship, the ram Tennessee, was altogether different.
7. He was a gun-toting, pitchfork-brandishing, wall-building, Confederate flag-waving, black-hatted leader of an anti-establishment insurgency.
8. The Confederate soldiers joined the Federals in uncovering their heads during the ceremonies.
9. A Confederate flag waves in the breeze and a Rottweiler named Cocoa Puff stands guard on the front porch.
10. The Federals looking toward the Confederate lines got only a limited impression of pageantry.
11. Since last July, the Confederate battle flag no longer flies atop South Carolina's statehouse.
12. In early spring, 1861, the new Confederate government decided to force the issue.
13. The boy had evidently been sent over by Confederate officers anxious that we should see their heroism in print.
14. One family has a Confederate cavalryman among its forebears, the other is descended from slaves.
15. Other parts of the battlefield saw Confederate attacks nearly as fierce as this one.
16. Two more Confederate brigades came across the river, and the attempt was repeated.
17. Huge gaps were torn in the Confederate line at every discharge.
18. The Confederate flag means all these things to many whites in the South.
19. Both were his colleagues amongst the seven original confederate magnates.
20. Therefore, prohibiting the Confederate flag on the plates would not be a First Amendment infringement.
21. This hot work, however, had left the Confederate ranks badly fragmented.
22. At each round the Confederate artillerymen gave a shout, which seemed surprisingly near.
23. Reconditioned Royal Navy ships were turned into Confederate blockade runners by Clydeside arms dealers.
24. With many of their tents in Confederate hands, large numbers of Federal troops lay unprotected on the ground.
25. And this might have happened had success crowned an attempt to penetrate the Confederate works by means of a mine.
26. My general plan was now to concentrate all the force possible against the Confederate armies in the field.
27. The battle was now developing into a contest for possession of the plateau[Sentencedict.com], with Confederate reinforcements arriving and forming around Jackson.
28. This week Pat Buchanan must feel a lot like his great-grandfather, a Confederate soldier captured by Gen.
29. But McClellan was beginning to have nagging doubts about his ability to capture the Confederate capital.
30. Atlanta was a manufacturing center of vital importance to the Confederate war effort.
More similar words: confederation, confederacy, articles of confederation, federate, federal, considerate, federalism, federalist, federalist party, federal government, moderate, consideration, preponderate, immoderately, confer, confess, conference, confession, confer with, redecorate, conflagration, configuration, berate, operate, confiscate, desperate, tolerate, venerate, lacerate, cooperate.