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- adv. In the manner of a comrade
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- adj. like a comrade; heartily friendly and congenial.
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- adj. heartily friendly and congenial
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"And we're going to," Wemple said, shoving his rival aside in comradely fashion and taking the post of danger at the wheel.
Buck received them in comradely fashion, Dave ignored them, while Spitz proceeded to thrash first one and then the other.
In spite of the fact that China shares a so-called comradely relationship with North Korea and is the leading country in providing North Korea with fuel and food, the once close friendship has been fading away as China's gradually integrates into the world community.
Notyawa said the differences of last year would not affect the sharing of the platform on Saturday, highlighting that all the differences that had occurred had been on a "comradely" basis.
National Congress luminaries in a "comradely" manner and in a quite jolly atmosphere, Goosen's questioning was pointed and aggressive, to the point where he totally overstepped the mark.
Beyond admiring zombies for their survival instincts, she said there's a kind of comradely that happens at fan events.
Every plot point is put across with the unobtrusive crispness of the comradely kiss that Sky plants atop Adelaide's head at the end of the reprise of "Adelaide's Lament."
She leaned forward in a comradely fashion eerily reminiscent of Tasha Yar.
They were the more comradely men, the more venturous, the more individual.
Joan's unexpected presence embarrassed him, until she herself put him at his ease by a frank, comradely manner that offended Sheldon's sense of the fitness of things feminine.