Consociation meaning

kən-sō'shē-ā'shən
Friendly or cooperative association, as between groups or organizations.
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A subdivision of an association having one dominant species of plant.
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A political arrangement in which various groups, such as ethnic or racial populations within a country or region, share power according to an agreed formula or mechanism.
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Intimate union; fellowship; alliance; companionship; confederation; association; intimacy.

Friendly consociation with your kindred elements.

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A voluntary and permanent council or union of neighboring Congregational churches, for mutual advice and cooperation in ecclesiastical matters; a meeting of pastors and delegates from churches thus united.

In Connecticut some of the Congregational churches are associated in consociations and the others in conferences.

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Origin of consociation

  • From Latin consociatio.
    From Wiktionary