|part of speech:
||(often derogatory) a friend or associate.
He and his cohorts were all arrested under suspicion.
- similar words:
||a group of people connected by some factor, often a shared demographic characteristic.
All of the students in his cohort were assigned a task on the project.Of the women in this cohort--those aged eighteen to thirty--fewer than ten percent reported using the product.
||one of ten divisions of an ancient Roman legion, made up of 300 to 600 soldiers.
||chum, colleague, comrade, confederate, crony, familiar, friend, partner