commune


commune
I
v
1. converse, talk, communicate, discourse, dialogue, discuss, Sl. rap; talk to, have a word with, speak with, confer with, parley; talk privately, have a tête-à-tête, confide in, tell secrets; chat, confabulate, coze, Inf. pass the time, Sl. chin; chatter, palaver, Sl. shoot the breeze or bull, Sl. chew the fat or the rag, Sl. yak, Inf. gab, Sl. gas, gossip, buzz.
2. meditate, think on, contemplate, muse, reflect; think about, consider, revolve, ponder, ruminate, think over.
n
3. conversation, talk, discourse, exchange of ideas, dialogue, discussion, Sl. rap session, Sl. rap. See communication (def.2).
II
v
partake of the Eucharist, communicate, receive communion, Inf. receive, take communion, go to communion, celebrate the Lord's supper, partake of the Lord's supper.
III
n
1. collective, collectivity, co-operative, co-op, (in Israel) kibbutz; communalism, collectivism, joint or collective ownership.
2. community, town, (in U.S. and Canada) township, village, U.S. borough, (in Scotland) burgh; district, section, quarter, neighborhood, block.

A Note on the Style of the synonym finder. 2014.

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