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- n. Plural form of camaraderie.
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And while some vendors have built camaraderies with season ticket holders over the years, Claude has never been a friendly figure.
"Co-education [of men and women] has ruined the mystique and the camaraderies that used to exist," said CAP's executive director at the time.
And, you know, all the camaraderies and things like that, so everybody come over and have a couple drinks.
Why not declare ourselves ready to meet at any time that it is again necessary -- [applause] if we are happy, if we are satisfied with this camaraderies, this fraternity, this brotherhood, if we know that we have before us important tasks that we must carry out; if we know that we must carry out those tasks and must master them?
It's hard to leave the camaraderies that you build up in the military.
The boisterous Northeastern Bamboo Dance always signifies festivities and camaraderies.