/keuhm pan"yeuh nit/, adj.
1. of, by, or like companions.
2. tastefully harmonious.
[1650-60; COMPANION1 + -ATE1]

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  • companionate — [kəm pan′yənit] adj. of or like companions …   English World dictionary

  • companionate — adjective Date: 1926 relating to or having the manner of companions; specifically harmoniously or suitably accompanying …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • companionate — com pan·ion·ate || nɪt adj. of or like companions; harmonious …   English contemporary dictionary

  • companionate — [kəm panjənət] adjective formal (of a marriage or relationship) between partners or spouses as equal companions …   English new terms dictionary

  • companionate — adj 1. associate, affiliated, allied, fellow, related, relative, akin, affinitive, like, similar; connected, joint, paired, matched, united, wedded, married; accompanying, attendant, accessory, concomitant, supplementary, supplemental, ancillary …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • companionate — com·pan·ion·ate …   English syllables

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