-v. 5. pair up, match up, put together, accompany, Archaic, company; couple, partner, twin, double, geminate; marry off, wed, join in holy matrimony or wedlock, hook up, SI. hitch, SI. splice, Obs. conjugate; conjoin, join, unite, yoke, bind or tie together, chain, shackle; coalesce, associate, affiliate, ally, bring or draw together, make close, connect, bracket, attach, link.
6. pair off hook up, become affiliated with, partner, form a partnership, go in together, team up, be a team, join forces, cooperate; go around together, fraternize, associate, keep company, consort, Inf. pal around together, Inf. hang around together, Inf. knock around together, SI. hang out together; be seen together, go out together, go steady, stick together, stick like glue; marry, get married, intermarry, interwed, wive, espouse, become man and wife, say “I do,” say one's vows, walk down the aisle, take the plunge, become one, SI. hitch up with, Archaic, husband.
7. match, suit, fit, go with, correspond, agree with, coordinate or harmonize or blend with, complement, complete; resemble, look like, take after, Inf. favor.
8. (of animals) mate, breed, copulate. pal, n. Informal. 1. comrade, chum, crony, copain, companion, sidekick, shadow, alter ego, Inf. bosom buddy, U.S. Inf. buddy, SI. cully, SI. Siamese twin; friend, amigo, Fr. ami, playmate, classmate, schoolmate, acquaintance; schoolfellow, escort, date, beau, suitor, boy friend, guy, girl friend, steady; intimate, lover, bedfellow, pillow partner, soul mate, Fr. intime.
2. partner, copartner, counterpart, mate, helpmate, consort, Inf. other half, SI. Facetious, better half, Obs. copemate; messmate, commensal, housemate, roommate, Inf. roomie, bunkmate, SI. bunkie; associate, ally, affiliate, teammate, colleague, compeer, co-worker, yokefellow, yokemate, fellow, confrere, brother, sister, Scot. and North Eng. marrow, Archaic, peer; assistant, assister, aide, aider, helper, ancilla, auxiliary, coadjutor, coadjutress, attendant, best man, squire; accomplice, confederate, compatriot, abettor, collaborator, cohort, cooperator.
-v. 3. Usu. pal around go around together, Inf. hang around together, Inf. knock around together, SI. hang out together; keep company, associate, fraternize, consort, be on intimate terms; be seen together, go out together, go together, date, court, Inf. go steady. palace, n. 1. royal residence, royal house, royal mansion, Fr. palais.
2. mansion, palatial residence, palatial house, stately residence, kingly residence, kingly house, great house, villa, chateau, castle, Fr. hdtel, It. palazzo, Chiefly Brit, hall, Brit, court, Archit. folly; manor, manor house, manor seat, estate, country estate, country home, country house, country seat, hacienda, rural mansion, SI. spread. paladin, n. advocate, defender, vindicator, protector, champion, Prince Valiant; knight in shining armor, knight on a white horse, white knight; hero, knight-errant, Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad, chevalier, cavalier; stout-hearted man, brave man. palatable, adj. 1. tasty, good-tasting, savory, sa-vorous, toothsome, sapid; flavorful, flavorsome, fla-vorous, appetizing, relishable; delicious, SI. yummy, mouth-watering, luscious, scrumptious, delectable, SI. more-ish, good enough to eat, finger-lickin' good; ambrosial, ambrosian, like nectar of the gods, Archaic. gustable, Fr. dilicieux; epicurean, gourmet; piquant, pungent, spicy, sweet.
2. agreeable, pleasing, pleasurable, pleasant, enjoyable, satisfying; delightful, nice, attractive, acceptable.