plement, completer, concomitant, concurrent, Astron. comes; supplement, appendage, appurtenance, appurtenant, adjunct, appanage.
4. handbook, manual, reference book, vade mecum; guide, guidebook.
-v. 5. accompany, escort, usher, squire, esquire, chaperon, go along with, Obs. consort; keep company with, associate with, go out with, Inf. go with, Inf. pal around with, Inf hang around with, Si. hang out with.
6. come with, coexist with; belong to, be an appendage of, be an adjunct to, be an annex to, be part of.
companionable, adj. congenial, amicable, friendly, affable, cooperative, easy to get along with; warm, affectionate, convivial, hearty, jolly, jovial, gregarious; sociable, social, clubby, Inf. chummy; brotherly, neighborly, genial, cordial, hospitable, kindly, kind-hearted, polite, courteous; pleasant, agreeable, charming, ingratiating.
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, auxiliary, appended, attached, annexed, added.
2. compatible, harmonious, accordant, concordant, consonant, concurrent; complementary, congruous, congruent, matching, hand in glove.
companionship, n. fellowship, colleagueship, mate-ship, brotherhood, fraternity, fraternization, togetherness, company; camaraderie, comradeship, esprit de corps, friendship, amity, Inf. chumminess; partnership, association, consociation, affiliation, alliance, union.
company, n. 1. assemblage, group, body, circle, assembly; gathering, meeting, audience; concourse, rally, throng, number; entourage, cavalcade, drove, caravan; congregation, community, flock, host, lot; conclave, convocation, council, synod, consistory, conventicle; muster, mobilization, levy; association, union, convention, conference, congress; caucus, bloc, Rom. Antiq. comitia, junta; foregathering, conjunction, coalescence, convergence; concentration, aggregation, confluence, conflux.
2. companionship, fellowship, friendship, intimacy, intercourse, Inf. chumminess; association, consociation, sodality, society; comradeship, camaraderie, esprit de corps; fraternization, brotherhood, colleagueship.
3. guest or guests, visitor or visitors, caller, friends come to call; commensal, diner; habitue, frequenter; party-goers, partiers, celebrants, merrymakers, socialites.
4. business, firm, house, trust, establishment, institution, concern, Fr. maison, Inf. outfit; corporation, syndicate, association, holding company, partnership, copartnership, parent company, conglomerate.
5. guild, union, league, faction, fellowship; coalition, federation, alliance, Ger. Bund; organization, confederacy, combine.
6. crew, squad, team, detail, party; unit, detachment, division, band, outfit; posse, guard, patrol; column, wing, section, subdivision; brigade, regiment, garrison, troop, battery, contingent; squadron, battalion, platoon, force, corps; legion, cohort, phalanx.
7. cast, troupe, players, dramatis personae, actors, performers.
8. part company a. break up, part, disunite, separate, dissociate, fall out, become estranged,
b. differ, disagree, dissent, conflict, oppose, vary, be of a different opinion or of a different mind.
c. depart, withdraw, take leave, leave, exit, SI. split.