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Synonyms of 'fellow'

(noun) 
Definition
a man or boy
(old-fashioned)  He appeared to be a fine fellow.
Synonyms
man
I had not expected the young man to reappear before evening.
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boy
I knew him when he was just a little boy.
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individual
the rights and responsibilities of the individual
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customer (informal)
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character
What an unpleasant character he is!
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guy (informal)
I was working with a guy from Vietnam.
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bloke (British, informal)
He is a really nice bloke.
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punter (informal)
Most of these artists are not known to the ordinary punter.
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chap (informal)
Her husband's a very decent chap.
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boykie (South Africa, informal)
(noun) 
Definition
a comrade or associate
He stood out from all his fellows at work.
Synonyms
associate
the restaurant owner's business associates
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colleague
Three of my colleagues have been made redundant.
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peer
Her personality made her popular with her peers.
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co-worker
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member
The support of our members is of great importance to the Association.
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friend
I had a long talk with my best friend.
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partner
They were partners in crime.
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equal
She was one of them, their equal.
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companion
He has been her constant companion for the last six years.
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comrade
Unlike so many of his comrades, he survived the war.
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crony
his weekend drinking sessions with his cronies
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compeer
(noun) 
Definition
a person in the same group or condition
Synonyms
counterpart
It is unlikely that his counterpart in India will disagree with him at this point.
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match
Moira was a perfect match for him.
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double
Your mother sees you as her double.
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brother
their freedom-loving brothers
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mate
The guest cabin is a mirror image of its mate.
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twin
the twin of the chair she had at the cottage
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(modifier) 
Definition
in the same group or condition
My fellow inmates treated me with kindness.
Synonyms

Additional synonyms

in the sense of bloke
Definition
a man
He is a really nice bloke.
Synonyms
man,
customer (informal),
character (informal),
guy (informal),
fellow (old-fashioned),
punter (informal),
boy,
bod (informal),
bastard (offensive, informal),
bugger (taboo, slang)
in the sense of boy
Definition
a male child
I knew him when he was just a little boy.
Synonyms
lad,
kid (informal),
fellow (old-fashioned),
chap (informal),
schoolboy,
laddie (Scottish),
in the sense of brother
Definition
comrade
their freedom-loving brothers
Synonyms
mate (informal),
pal (informal),
cock (British, informal),
chum (informal),
fellow member,
confrère,
compeer

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