Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The whole body of Knights' Companions, or a list of them: as, “The Peerage, Knightage, Baronetage, and Companionage of the British Empire.” (Title of a book.)

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Examples

  • After we had eaten and drunken we sat conversing and carousing in companionage till the noon of night, when they said to the old man, “Bring us our ordinary, for the hour of sleep is at hand!”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • After we had eaten and drunken we sat conversing and carousing in companionage till the noon of night, when they said to the old man,

    Tehran Winter

  • After we had eaten and drunken we sat conversing and carousing in companionage till the noon of night, when they said to the old man, "Bring us our ordinary, for the hour of sleep is at hand!"

    Arabian nights. English

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