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Adjective: confederate  kun'fe-du-rut
  1. United in a confederacy or league
    - allied, confederative
Noun: confederate  kun'fe-du-rut
  1. Someone who assists in a plot
    - collaborator, henchman, partner in crime
  2. A person who joins with another in carrying out some plan (especially an unethical or illegal plan)
    - accomplice
Verb: confederate  kun'fe-du-rut
  1. Form a group or unite
    "The groups confederated";
    - band together, band
  2. Form a confederation with; of nations
Adjective: Confederate
  1. Of or having to do with the southern Confederacy during the American Civil War
    "Confederate soldiers"
Noun: Confederate
  1. A supporter of the Confederate States of America

Derived forms: confederating, Confederates, confederates, confederated

See also: southern, united

Type of: accessary, accessory, admirer, aid, assistant, booster, champion, friend, help, helper, protagonist, Southerner, supporter, unify, unite

Encyclopedia: Confederate, Kentucky